Tokarski was robbed like USA's Colin Wilson against ... well ... Tokarski.
The Canadian Hockey League today announced that Raffaele Dâ€™Orso of the Val dâ€™Or Foreurs is the ADT CHL Goaltender of the Week for the week ending February 1. Dâ€™Orso won three games for the Foreurs including one shutout victory stopping a total of 133 shots with a goals-against-average of 1.33 and a save percentage of .971.
Dâ€™Orso began his week Tuesday night when the Foreurs hosted the Montreal Juniors. He stopped all 48 shots including 17 in the third period for the 3-0 shutout win, his first of the season, with first star of the game honours. On Friday Dâ€™Orso was again solid between the pipes making 33 saves helping the Foreurs defeat the Halifax Mooseheads 6-2. His week would end on Saturday with an outstanding performance against a strong Moncton Wildcats team. Dâ€™Orso made 22 third period saves for a game-total of 52 as first star of the game leading the Foreurs to a 4-2 win.
The OHL nominee for the award this week is Scott Stajcer of the Owen Sound Attack who won all three of his starts and posted a goals-against-average of 2.00 with an OHL best save percentage of .956. Stajcer is eligible for the 2009 NHL Entry Draft and competed at the 2009 Home Hardware CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game.
Lightning prospect Dustin Tokarski  of the Spokane Chiefs was the best goaltender in the WHL for the third week in a row with three victories including two shutouts allowing just one goal on 88 shots. Tokarski has now won 11 straight games for the Chiefs.