The Canadian Junior Hockey League announced on Thursday that Rayce Ramsay had been named its Top Goaltender Award honouree for the 2021 - 22 season.
Ramsay played with the SJHL’s Humboldt Broncos and placed among other goalkeeper finalists, Kolby Thornton, Lloydminster Bobcats (AJHL); Reece Proulx, Pembroke Lumber Kings (CCHL); Noah Metivier, Soo Thunderbirds (NOJHL) and James Gray, North York Rangers (AJHL, over a national voting process of the nine leagues that make up the CJHL.
Ramsay broke the record in the SJHL for single-season record wins with 41 wins in just 50 starts.
Ramsay stomped all SJHL stoppers in both goals-against averages at 1.98 and save percentage at .930.
The Bronco played a total of 2,973 minutes during the course of the season, nearly 400 more minutes than any other league goalkeeper.
Ramsay's five shutouts tied him for third-best in the SJHL.
He will continue his career a the University of Toronto, taking part in the USPORTS/OUA ranks, and playing with the Varsity Blues men’s hockey program.