— OntarioHockeyLeague (@OHLHockey) June 13, 2019
Congratulations to the OHL Alumni who are now Stanley Cup Champions.
The St. Louis Blues captured their first Stanley Cup in franchise history after defeating the Boston Bruins in the NHL Stanley Cup finals. Plenty of OHL Alumni made their mark in NHL history, the Blues roster has 10 players who formally played their junior hockey in the OHL, now they’re Stanley Cup Champions.
Jordan Binnington – Owen Sound Attack
Robert Bortuzzo – Kitchener Rangers
Michael Del Zotto – Oshawa Generals – London Knights
Pat Maroon – London Knights
Robert Thomas – London Knights – Hamilton Bulldogs
Vince Dunn – Niagara IceDogs
Alex Pietrangelo – Niagara IceDogs – Barrie Colts
Robby Fabbri – Guelph Storm
Ryan O’Reilly – Erie Otters
Chris Thorburn – North Bay Centennial – Plymouth Whalers – Saginaw Spirit
Congratulations to the entire St. Louis Blues organization
— Windsor Spitfires (@SpitsHockey) June 13, 2019
Congratulations to Windsor Spitfires alumni and St. Louis Blues assistant coach Steve Ott on winning the ultimate prize in hockey. Steve Ott joins 10 players and OHL alumni as NHL Stanley Cup Champions.
In the biggest game of his career, Jordan Binnington stopped 32 of 33 shots to set an NHL rookie record with his 16th win.@binnnasty is the fourth rookie in NHL history to win #Game7 of the #StanleyCup Final. #NHLStats pic.twitter.com/Mpxkl1L6Dh
— NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) June 13, 2019
Jordan Binnington inks his name in the record books once again. Not only did Jordan play a crucial role in the St. Louis Blues winning the Stanley Cup, but he also set an NHL rookie record after recording his 16th playoff win. Jordan is the first rookie goaltender to win all 16 playoff games on route to becoming a Stanley Cup champion.
Fourth rookie goalie to win the 7th game in the NHL Stanley Cup Finals. Add that to the fantastic rookie campaign and the former Owen Sound Attack netminder is off to a great start in his young NHL career.