Brett Brochu Invited To Team Canada’s World Junior Goaltending Camp
Brochu starred last season for the OHL’s London Knights, setting an OHL record for wins by a rookie goaltender, despite the shortened season. He also led the OHL in goals against average with a 2.40 GAA, and was second in save percentage at 0.919.
His spectacular season between the pipes for the Knights culminated in being named to the OHL’s First All-Rookie Team.
Hockey Canada obviously sees great potential in Brochu, who was ranked a lowly 29th among North American goaltenders for this year’s NHL Draft, despite winning OHL Goaltender of the Month honours back-to-back in January and February.
Brochu is an alumni of the Chatham-Kent Cyclones and Dresden Kings.
The other goalies invited were Sebastian Cossa, who also has family in Chatham-Kent, but lives in Fort McMurray, Alberta and plays for Edmonton (WHL), as well as Dylan Garand (Kamloops, WHL), Taylor Gauthier (Prince George, WHL), and Tristan Lennox (Saginaw, OHL)