Jacob Ingham Named a 2019-20 OHL All-Star
Kitchener Rangers goaltender Jacob Ingham has been named to the Ontario Hockey League's 2019/20Â Second All-Star Team. Ingham was announced among the First, Second and Third All-Star Team selections announced on Wednesday.
The OHL All-Star Teams were selected by the OHL's General Managers, with voting conducted in two stages - beginning with a Conference ballot followed by a final ballot that integrated the top selections from both the Eastern and Western Conference results.
"I'm very proud to be named a 2019/20 OHL All-Star. To be recognized with so many other talented players across the league is extremely humbling," Ingham said, having beenÂ named a First Team All-Rookie back in 2016/17.
The 19-year-old from Barrie, ON is the first Rangers player to be named an OHL All-Star since Adam Mascherin made the Third Team in 2017/18.
"The support I received from teammates, the coaching and training staff, the Rangers organization, and fans was amazing and helped me perform at my best."
This past season, Ingham led the OHL in wins (33) and saves (1,501) while posting a 2.96 goals-against average, .917 save percentage and two shutouts in 46 games played.
"Jacob is extremely deserving to be named an OHL All-Star. He had an outstanding season and was a key part of the team's success," Rangers general manager Mike McKenzie said.
"It's great to see this acknowledgment of all his hard work on and off the ice."
Ingham has already been announced as the 2019/20 OHL Humanitarian of the Year and OHL nominee for the CHL award.
He has also earned the Rangers' Ted Scharf Humanitarian Award and the Jim Malleck Memorial Trophy as the club's Most Valuable Player.
2019-20 OHL All-Star Teams:
First All-Star Team:
C -Â Marco Rossi, Ottawa 67'sÂ (OHL's Most Outstanding Player) - voted 2nd all-rookie team in 2018-19
LW -Â Nick Robertson, Peterborough Petes
RW -Â Arthur Kaliyev, Hamilton Bulldogs -Â voted 2nd team in 2018-19, 2nd all-rookie team in 2017-18
D -Â Noel Hoefenmayer, Ottawa 67'sÂ (OHL Defenceman of the Year)
D -Â Jamie Drysdale, Erie Otters -Â voted 1st all-rookie team in 2018-19
G -Â Nico Daws, Guelph StormÂ (OHL Goaltender of the Year)
Coach - Andre Tourigny, Ottawa 67'sÂ (OHL Coach of the Year) - voted 1st team in 2018-19
Second All-Star Team:
C -Â Connor McMichael, London Knights
LW -Â Cole Perfetti, Saginaw Spirit -Â voted 1st all-rookie team in 2018-19
RW -Â Joseph Garreffa, Ottawa 67's
D -Â Thomas Harley, Mississauga Steelheads -Â voted 3rd team in 2018-19
D -Â Kevin Bahl, Ottawa 67's
G -Â Jacob Ingham, Kitchener RangersÂ - voted 1st team all-rookie in 2016-17
Coach - Dale Hunter, London Knights -Â voted 3rd team in 2018-19, 1st team in 2009-10, 2nd team in 2005-06, 1st team in 2004-05, 1st team in 2003-04
Third All-Star Team:
C -Â Quinton Byfield, Sudbury Wolves -Â voted 1st all-rookie team in 2018-19
LW -Â Pavel Gogolev, Guelph Storm
RW -Â Sean Josling, Sarnia Sting
D -Â Alec Regula, London Knights -Â voted 1st team all-rookie in 2017-18
D -Â Ryan Merkley, London Knights -Â voted 1st team all-rookie in 2016-17
G -Â Cedrick Andree, Ottawa 67's
Coach - George Burnett, Guelph Storm -Â voted 2nd team in 2012-13, 2nd team in 2008-09, 3rd team in 2007-08, 2nd team in 1997-98, 1st team in 1991-92, 1st team in 1990-91
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