The Prince George Spruce Kings have acquired Goaltender Jett Alexander (99) from the North York Rangers of the Ontario Junior Hockey League in exchange for Future Considerations.
Alexander, a 6’5”, 215-pound product of Bloomfield, Ontario, joins the Spruce Kings after two seasons in the OJHL.
Last season for North York, Alexander posted a 30-11-1 record with 10 shutouts, and a 1.67 GAA to go with a .947 save percentage. He was named the OJHL Goaltender of the Year as voted on by the leagues General Managers.
“We are excited to add a proven veteran goalie like Jett to our team,” said Spruce Kings GM Mike Hawes. “Over the past several seasons we have had not only great goaltending but tremendous young men fill that position for us. We will be continuing down that path with the addition of Jett. He is a great young man and teammate and is one the premier goalies in the country.”
Jett will join his new teammates at main camp in August.