Conor McCollum had a weekend to remember.
The rookie goaltender allowed one goal in two games as the Stouffville Spirit swept a weekend set of Ontario Junior Hockey League contests.
McCollum, a 17-year-old Pickering resident who signed with the Sprit last summer, blanked the North York Rangers 4-0 in Toronto this afternoon.
He only allowed a third period marked in a 5-1 win at the Stouffville Arena over his hometown Pickering Panthers last night.
In North York, Stouffville native Chad Burrows scored his fourth and fifth goals in four games to pace the Spirit.
Nathan Hudgin, 16, had a goal and two assists. Brodie Tutton added three assists.
Defencemen Michael Giacometti scored the other goal.
Attendance was 108.
The Spirit (17-12-2-1) is in sole possession of second place in the North Division.
They host last-place Lindsay Saturday and visit Cobourg Dec. 22 before a nine-day holiday break from games.
They're home to Orangeville on the afternoon of New Year's Eve.
- Jim Mason of Stouffville Sun-Tribune
Image from Shawn Muir of OJHL Images