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Updated OHL Priority Selection Rankings - Top 35 and many honorable mentions #OHLDraft


(Shane Wright, Don Mills Flyers. Photo Credit: GTHL)


** NCAA commitment could mean the player will be drafted much lower than where he is ranked


1. Shane Wright, C, Don Mills Flyers (GTHL)

Statistics:
Toronto Titans Prospect Tournament (Toronto, ON) – 8G & 9A for 17 points in 8 games
Wendy Dufton Memorial Tournament (London, ON) – 7G & 10A for 17 points in 8 games
International Silver Stick Tournament (Whitby, ON) – 7G, 5A for 12 points in 6 games

Comments:
Shane Wright is a 2004 born player dominating the 2003 born circuit. Exceptional status must be on lock down for Wright, because another year of minor midget AAA would make no sense. He is the real deal and whatever team is lucky enough to draft him will likely get three years of his services (expect him to go to the NHL after his draft year). All the physical tools are there and his hockey IQ is next level. The way he sees the ice, distributes the puck, and attacks open gaps is impeccable. Watch out for the quick wrister mid-level and under the glove. That’s his go to move, but Wright has several tricks up his sleeve. I’ve seen him put the puck in the net almost any way imaginable. Shane has recorded over 100 points already this season according to the Don Mills Flyers.

He led the Don Mills Flyers to an OHF Bantam Championship last season with 15 points in 8 games. His Don Mills Flyers have only lost one game this season (finals of Silver Stick to Compuware), and they won the Toronto Titans Prospect Tournament and Wendy Dufton Memorial Tournament in dominant fashion. The Don Mills Flyers were tested at the Toronto Marlboros Holiday Classic, but emerged victorious. Shane Wright got the OT game-winning goal in the finals and was named MVP of the tournament.

Paul Kidd correctly guessed who I would have at #1...


2. Brandt Clarke, D, Don Mills Flyers (GTHL)

Statistics:
Toronto Titans Prospect Tournament (Toronto, ON) – 3G & 5A for 8 points in 8 games
Wendy Dufton Memorial Tournament (London, ON) – 3G & 8A for 11 points in 8 games
International Silver Stick Tournament (Whitby, ON) – 4G, 3A for 7 points in 7 games

Comments:
Brandt Clarke is going to make an OHL fan base very, very happy. The offensively gifted defenceman is oozing with skill and is very creative in the offensive zone. He can make all the fancy plays and it’s easy to see the similarities between him and his brother Graeme (forward for the Ottawa 67s). His stick handling and deceptive dekes are unmatched in this draft class. Clarke has incredible puck skills – he can make it disappear like he’s doing a magic trick when the opponent tries to take it off him. Clarke shows off his ability to dangle with a successful "Michigan Move" executed below.


Here's another pretty nasty goal...


3. Sasha Pastujov, F, Compuware 16U (USA – HPHL TIER 1)**

Statistics:
HPHL – 4G & 5A for 9 points in 11 games
USA Hockey Select 15 Development Camp: 2G & 3A for 5 points in 4 games
Border Battle (Windsor, ON) – 3G & 7A for 10 points in 3 games
International Silver Stick Tournament (Whitby, ON) – 9G & 7A for 16 points in 7 games

Comments:
Sasha Pastujov had himself a tournament at the Silver Stick in Whitby. Him and Dylan Duke (see #9 on this list) had an incredible weekend and wowed those in attendance. The finals with the Don Mills Flyers (5-4 OT win) was an absolute classic. Pastujov displayed a nice wrist shot that found the net frequently. He can change up his speed drastically to keep defenses on their heels and stop on a dime. This kid can really play and his puck skills are special. Check out a goal by Pastujov (wearing #12) from the Silver Stick Tournament (assisted by #25 Dylan Duke) below.



4. Roman Schmidt, D, Don Mills Flyers (GTHL)**

Statistics:
Toronto Titans Prospect Tournament (Toronto, ON) – 6G & 4A for 10 points in 8 games
USA Hockey Select 15 Development Camp: 0G & 3A for 3 points in 4 games
International Silver Stick Tournament (Whitby, ON) – 1G, 6A for 7 points in 7 games

Comments:
Schmidt is absolutely massive. The tale of the tape has to be in the 6-5 or 6-6 range and well over 200 pounds. For such a big guy, he is quite nimble on his skates and has pretty quiet feet. Overall power and strength are his main strengths. His shot is an absolute cannon and he makes the puck very heavy. I’m surprised when his shot hits the glass or the boards that it doesn’t go right through.



5. Connor Lockhart, F, Kanata Lasers (HEO Midget AAA)

Statistics:
HEO Midget AAA Hockey – 25G & 29A for 54 points in 31 games
CCHL (Kanata) - 1G in 3 games

Comments:
Lockhart is a highly skilled center from the Ottawa area. This kid has uber quick feet and a crazy good first step. He is the full offensive package with excellent moves, natural scoring talent, and excellent playmaking ability. Connor has a deadly accurate shot and scores really eye popping goals. His movement without the puck is impressive and he displays high hockey IQ in this area. Offensively, Connor darts through open gaps and creates lanes for his teammates. On the defensive end and in the neutral zone he is excellent at cutting off passes and disrupting plays. The natural ability is there, but he also has the hockey intelligence to be a major superstar in the OHL.

6. Mason McTavish, F, Pembroke Lumber Kings (HEO Midget AAA)

Statistics:
HEO Midget AAA Hockey – 28G & 23A for 51 points in 30 games
CCHL (Pembroke) - 1G & 3A for 4 points in 4 games

Comments:
McTavish plays the game with an exceptional combination of skill and power. It's extremely difficult for opponents to knock him off the puck or break his stride. The strength he possesses is mind-boggling for this age group. Mason can also make really nice moves with very little space or room to maneuver. He is like a freight train coming through and he unleashes a very heavy shot off the rush. I was behind the glass when he missed a shot attempt and it hit the glass a few feet over. My ears were ringing for a few seconds after - that shot is a cannon!

7. Brennan Othmann, F, Don Mills Flyers (GTHL)

Statistics:
Toronto Titans Prospect Tournament (Toronto, ON) – 4G & 4A for 8 points in 8 games
Wendy Dufton Memorial Tournament (London, ON) – 16G & 9A for 25 points in 8 games
International Silver Stick Tournament (Whitby, ON) – 5G & 5A for 10 points in 7 games

Comments:
Othmann is Shane Wright’s partner in crime. He is the perfect complement to Wright and they play extremely well together. Othmann is super sturdy and can bury the puck. His finishing touch is really high-end. Brennan has scored over 50 goals and 100 points this season according to the Don Mills Flyers.



8. Danny Zhilkin, F, Toronto Marlies (GTHL)**

Statistics:
Toronto Titans Prospect Tournament (Toronto, ON) – 9G & 3A for 12 points in 6 games
Wendy Dufton Memorial Tournament (London, ON) – 2G & 4A for 6 points in 6 games
International Silver Stick Tournament (Whitby, ON) – 2G & 0A for 2 points in 6 games

Comments:
Zhilkin was my favourite player in the bantam age group when he played with the Toronto Nationals. He made the move to the Marlies for his OHL Draft year and looks fantastic in the blue and white. He is really, really fast and tracks well at his top speed. It's hard to rank a player with blazing speed and control any lower than this. If he sticks to his commitment to Boston University, it will be a hugh loss for OHL fans. Lots of talent here and he's the best player on the Marlies, who always have a juggernaut minor midget squad.



9. Dylan Duke, C, Compuware 16U (USA – HPHL TIER 1)**

Statistics:
HPHL – 4G & 4A for 8 points in 11 games
USA Hockey Select 15 Development Camp: 4G & 2A for 6 points in 4 games
Border Battle (Windsor, ON) – 4G & 5A for 9 points in 3 games
International Silver Stick Tournament (Whitby, ON) – 6G & 8A for 14 points in 7 games

Comments:
Duke can really motor and has excellent overall skating skills. He is undersized, but he has the speed and skill to be a big time star in the OHL. Duke and Sasha Pastujov (see #2 on this list) worked really well together at the Silver Stick. Duke is a fantastic playmaker, but he can also finish off plays as he regularly displays a nice scoring touch.



10. Francesco Pinelli, F, Toronto Red Wings (GTHL)

Statistics:
Toronto Titans Prospect Tournament (Toronto, ON) – 1G & 1A for 2 points in 4 games
Wendy Dufton Memorial Tournament (London, ON) – 3G & 4A for 7 points in 5 games
International Silver Stick Tournament (Whitby, ON) – 2G & 3A for 5 points in 4 games

Comments:
Speed kills and Pinelli has it in spades. His hands keep up with his feet and he has made some moves that make my head spin. Pinelli plays with a bit of mean streak and likes to stir things up a bit. He is very physical and doesn't shy away from contact in the tough spots. He will be a superstar in the OHL. Take a look at a fine example of his handy work below.



11. Maddox Callens, F, Brantford 99ers (Alliance)

Statistics:

Alliance – 21G & 25A for 46 points in 27 games
Alliance (Midget) - 1G in 1 game.
GOJHL (Stratford Warriors) - no points in 3 games.
Wendy Dufton Memorial Tournament (London, ON) – 4G & 1A for 5 points in 6 games
Dale Parker Memorial Tournament (Brantford, ON) – 11G & 5A for 16 points in 6 games
International Silver Stick Tournament (Whitby, ON) – 2G & 1A for 3 points in 4 games

Comments:
Callens is another guy who is crazy fast. He absolutely flies out there and can skate circles around most of the competition.  He got a really nice tip in goal at the Silver Stick that I’m not sure he got credit for and regularly displays excellent hand eye coordination. His shot is pretty lethal and the release on it is nasty. Maddox also has a nice one-timer and can really wire it if he is set up well. Below is a goal from his Bantam year - appears that it was a pretty big one...



12. Ethan Del Mastro, D, Toronto Marlies (GTHL)

Statistics:
Toronto Titans Prospect Tournament (Toronto, ON) – 1G & 3A for 4 points in 6 games
International Silver Stick Tournament (Whitby, ON) – 0G & 2A for 2 points in 6 games

Comments:
Shut down D. The stats aren’t overly impressive, but they are decent. Del Mastro jumps up into the play very well and displayed this at the GTHL Top Prospects Game with a goal. He plays a complete game and I’ve been very impressed by his style for a while now. Ethan uses his big frame and skating ability to gain leverage on opponents, and it's very hard to beat him off the rush. He is very tough below the dots and he wins most puck battles down low. He played up with the minor midget Marlies last season when they were short a defenceman.



13. Cole Hipkin, D, Brantford 99ers (Alliance)

Statistics:
Alliance – 8G & 21A for 29 points in 27 games
Alliance (Midget) - 1A in 2 games.
Dale Parker Memorial Tournament (Brantford, ON) – 2G & 6A for 8 points in 6 games
International Silver Stick Tournament (Whitby, ON) – 0G & 5A for 5 points in 4 games

Comments:
Right shot D with great play making skills. Hipkin will go high in this draft since he plays the very important right defenseman position and does it very, very well. The distribution skills with the puck are very strong. Cole uses the boards really well and is very creative with where he puts it. If there is no play there, he wires it high and hard off the glass to relieve pressure. Hipkin is the rock on the back end that every OHL team needs.



14. Brenden Sirizzotti, F, Whitby Wildcats (OMHA ETA)

Statistics:
OMHA – 26G & 50A for 76 points in 28 games
Toronto Titans Prospect Tournament (Toronto, ON) – 1G & 8A for 9 points in 5 games
Wendy Dufton Memorial Tournament (London, ON) – 3G & 4A for 7 points in 5 games
International Silver Stick Tournament (Whitby, ON) – 8G & 2A for 10 points in 6 games

Comments:
Sirizzotti can flat out score. The numbers he is putting up this season are absolutely insane. He is also a very strong play maker and makes really exceptional plays with the puck. He could be the best pure offensive player in the draft. His offensive instincts are incredible and he has a knack for it. These skills come naturally and OHL teams will be very intrigued about his offensive fire power.


15. Stuart Rolofs, F, Kanata Lasers (HEO Midget AAA)

Statistics:
HEO – 24G & 14A for 38 points in 25 games
CCHL - no points in 3 games.

Comments:
Incredible combination of size, skill, and power. Scored a nasty curl n' drag snipe at the Marlies Tournament and was all over the score sheet during the event. Firmly in the first round, even though he is ranked on the bubble here. There's loads of gas in the tank with Rolofs and he has shown incredible stamina. When you think he is at the end of a shift, he finds a second wind for another high octane burst of speed and power.




16. Brett Harrison, F, London Jr. Knights (Alliance)

Statistics:
Alliance – 39G & 20A for 59 points in 29 games
Toronto Titans Prospect Tournament (Toronto, ON) – 2G & 1A for 3 points in 4 games
Wendy Dufton Memorial Tournament (London, ON) – 3G & 2A for 5 points in 5 games
International Silver Stick Tournament (Whitby, ON) – 4G & 0A for 4 points in 4 games

Comments:
Harrison is a pure game breaker in every sense of the word. He drives the London Jr Knights and has a really powerful motor. Easily a first rounder and probably should be ranked higher, but I'm not sure who to drop.


17. Liam Arnsby, F, Don Mills Flyers (GTHL)

Statistics:
Toronto Titans Prospect Tournament (Toronto, ON) – 2G & 4A for 6 points in 6 games
Wendy Dufton Memorial Tournament (London, ON) – DNP (Injured)
International Silver Stick Tournament (Whitby, ON) – 4G & 7A for 11 points in 7 games

Comments:
Do you want the puck? Well, Liam Arnsby will go get it for you. I’ve seen Don Mills play a ton of games and I’m not sure I’ve ever seen him lose a 50/50 puck battle. He also throws vicious hits and has absolutely leveled and intimidated his opponents regularly. Not a fun guy to play against. He is very, very strong on the puck and leans real hard on his stick. There is a ton of offensive talent, but he plays in both zones really well. He can really score and generate offence. These types of pivots are special, and he is about as complete as they come in this draft.



18. Artem Guryev, D, Toronto Marlies (GTHL)

Statistics:
Toronto Titans Prospect Tournament (Toronto, ON) – 1G & 5A for 6 points in 6 games
International Silver Stick Tournament (Whitby, ON) – 1G & 3A for 4 points in 6 games

Comments:
Remember those hockey players in high school who used to get followed around by the football coach (who incessantly tried to get them to join the football team). Well, that’s Artem Guryev to a tee. This kid is a flat out missile who throws extremely booming body checks. However, the best thing about his game is his positioning. He is always in the right spot and covers well. There’s a really nice wrister/snap shot there too.


19. Francesco Arcuri, F, Don Mills Flyers (GTHL)

Statistics:
Toronto Titans Prospect Tournament (Toronto, ON) – 2G & 4A for 6 points in 7 games
Wendy Dufton Memorial Tournament (London, ON) – 6G & 6A for 12 points in 8 games
International Silver Stick Tournament (Whitby, ON) – 1G & 3A for 4 points in 7 games

Comments:
Arcuri is a very strong skater that displays incredible balance during his movements. The technical ability with his skating is top notch and he has nice hands. He won't have to wait very long to hear his name called when OHL teams commence the draft.




20. Ryan Del Monte, F, Toronto Nationals (GTHL)**

Statistics:
Toronto Titans Prospect Tournament (Toronto, ON) – 5G & 3A for 8 points in 6 games

Comments:
Del Monte could have the best hands in the entire draft class. His moves are flat out stunning and he can deke the jock strap off many OHL defenseman right now. The question is how firm his commitment is to Harvard University. It would be a huge loss for OHL fans not to watch this kid develop. Hopefully an OHL team can recruit him to join the league.



21. Colby Saganiuk, F, Pittsburgh Penguins Elite 16U (USA)**

Statistics:
USA Hockey Select 15 Development Camp - 3G & 2A for 5 points in 4 games
Tier 1 USHL – 6G & 18A for 24 points in 24 games
Midget - 10G & 29A for 39 points in 37 games.


22. Luke Hughes, D, Detroit Little Caesars 15U (USA)**

Statistics:
USA Hockey Select 15 Development Camp: 0G & 3A for 3 points in 4 games
Toronto Titans Prospect Tournament (Toronto, ON) – 0G & 4A for 4 points in 5 games
International Silver Stick Tournament (Whitby, ON) – 2G & 3A for 5 points in 4 games

Comments:
Luke Hughes comes from royalty hockey prospect bloodlines. He is the brother of Quinn and Jack Hughes. He can really skate and Hughes is extremely smooth on the ice. His vision is really nice too and he has good playmaking skills. Put him way down compared to my first ranking. I still like his game, but other players are emerging as better options in the first round for me. It's a mute point though, Hughes will probably play with the USA NTDP U17 squad next year.


23. Jon-Randall Avon, F, Peterborough Petes (OMHA ETA)

Statistics:
OMHA - 22G & 21A for 43 points in 28 games
Toronto Titans Prospect Tournament (Toronto, ON) – 1G & 2A for 3 points in 5 games


24. Dylan Gratton, D, North Jersey Avalanche (USA)**

Statistics:
USA Hockey Select 15 Development Camp - 3G & 3A for 6 points in 4 games
AYHL 16U - 6G & 7A for 13 points in 13 games.
T1EHL U16 - 3G & 7A for 10 points in 16 games.


25. Deni Goure, F, Chatham-Kent Cyclones (Alliance)

Statistics:
Alliance - 16G & 27A for 43 points in 26 games
Toronto Titans Prospect Tournament (Toronto, ON) – 2G & 4A for 6 points in 4 games
GOJHL (Chatham Maroons) - 1G in 1 game.
Wendy Dufton Memorial Tournament (London, ON) - 3G & 2A for 5 points in 4 games


26. Ryan Winterton, F, Whitby Wildcats (OMHA ETA)

Statistics:
OMHA - 28G & 27A for 55 points in 28 games.
Toronto Titans Prospect Tournament (Toronto, ON) – 4G & 4A for 8 points in 5 games


27. Logan Mailloux, D, Toronto Marlies (GTHL)

Statistics:
Toronto Titans Prospect Tournament - injured


28. Landon Cato, D, Toronto Nationals (GTHL)**

Statistics:
USA Hockey Select 15 Development Camp: 0G & 2A for 2 points in 4 games
Toronto Titans Prospect Tournament - 2G & 2A for 4 points in 6 games.


29. Ty Hollett, D, Navan Grads (HEO)

Statistics:
HEO - 3G & 14A for 17 points in 31 games.
CCHL - no points in 2 games.


30. Deven Nagra, D, Toronto Nationals (GTHL)

Statistics:
Toronto Titans Prospect Tournament - 0G & 2A for 2 points in 6 games.


31. Wyatt Johnston, F, Toronto Marlies (GTHL)

Statistics:
Toronto Titans Prospect Tournament - 2G & 5A for 7 points in 6 games.
Wendy Dufton Memorial Tournament (London, ON) - 5G & 1A for 6 points in 6 games


32. Jeremy Wilmer, F, Portledge School (USHS Prep)**

Statistics:
AYHL 16U - 16G & 19A for 35 points in 13 games.
TIEHL U16 - 15G & 27A for 42 points in 17 games.


33. Ranvir Gill, D, Ottawa Jr Senators (HEO)

Statistics:
HEO - 6G & 21A for 27 points in 31 games.
CCHL - no points in 4 games.


34. Brody Fournier, F, Smith Falls Bears (HEO)

Statistics:
HEO - 12G & 21A for 33 points in 30 games.


35. Daniel Michaud, F, Quinte Red Devils (OMHA ETA)

Statistics:
OMHA -  17G & 16A for 33 points in 30 games
Toronto Titans Prospect Tournament (Toronto, ON) – 3G & 3A for 6 points in 4 games



Honourable Mentions (in alphabetical order):


Toughest omissions in bold


Jordan Adams, F, Halton Hurricanes (OMHA SCTA)
Anthony Agostinelli, F, Buffalo Jr. Sabres 16U (USA)
Andre Anania, D, Toronto Red Wings (GTHL)
Brenden Andersen, F, Brantford 99ers (Alliance)
Forbes Anderson, G, Toronto Nationals (GTHL)
Robert Andreakos, G, Mississauga Reps (GTHL)
Ty Anselmini, F, Guelph Gryphons (OMHA SCTA)
Bradley Banach, F, Mississauga Reps (GTHL)
Jake Barkley, F, Mississauga Rebels (GTHL)
Sam Barry, F, Guelph Gryphons (OMHA SCTA)
Jack Beck, F, Toronto Marlies (GTHL)
Sean Behrens, D, Chicago Mission 16U (USA)
Joseph Blackley, D, Buffalo Regals (USA)**
Joshua Bloom, F, Toronto Nationals (GTHL)
Marc Boudreau, F, Toronto Marlies (GTHL)
Patrick Boivin, G, Sudbury Wolves (GNML)
Eric Bonsteel, D, Mississauga Senators (GTHL)
Marc Boudreau, F, Toronto Marlies (GTHL)
Ethan Broderick, D, Guelph Gryphons (OMHA SCTA)
Hunter Brown, D, Kemptville 73's (HEO)
Justin Brown, F, Barrie Jr Colts (OMHA ETA)
Ayden Bulmer, G, Peterborough Petes (OMHA ETA)
Zachary Burfoot, D, Chicago Fury 15U (USA)
Ryan Burke, F, Elgin Middlesex Chiefs (Alliance)
Trevor Burns, F, Chicago Fury (USA)
Davis Burnside, F, Chicago Mission (USA)
Ethan Burroughs, F, Halton Hurricanes (OMHA SCTA)
Christian Campanelli, F, North York Rangers (GTHL)
Owen Carter, D, Char-Lan Rebels (CCHL)
Douglas Carr, D, Whitby Wildcats (OMHA ETA)
Christian Catalano, F, Mississauga Rebels (GTHL)
Marc Boudreau, F, Toronto Marlies (GTHL)
Braeden Bowman, F, Kitchener Jr Rangers (Alliance)
Jake Coleman, F, Pembroke Lumber Kings (HEO)
Jonah Copre, D, Chicago Mission (USA)
Callum Chau, D, Halton Hurricanes (OMHA SCTA)
Alex Christopoulos, F, Don Mills Flyers (GTHL)
Paul Christopoulos, D, Don Mills Flyers (GTHL)
Sean Clarke, F, Vaughan Kings (GTHL)
Gabriel Crete, F, Navan Grads (HEO)
Ryan Cutler, F, York Simcoe Express (OMHA ETA)
Jordan D'Intino, F, London Jr. Knights (Alliance)
Keegan DaMota, F, Brantford 99ers (Alliance)
Nolan Dann, F, Toronto Red Wings (GTHL)
Camden Daigle, F, Huron Perth (Alliance)
Jake Darlison, D, Whitby Wildcats (OMHA ETA)
Luca Del Bel Belluz, F, Toronto Red Wings (GTHL)
Anthony Demkiw, F, Toronto Titans (GTHL)
William Demkiw, F, Toronto Titans (GTHL)
Jack Devine, F, Chicago Mission (USA)
Matthew DiCosola, D, Toronto Marlies (GTHL)
Justin DiLauro, G, Whitby Wildcats (OMHA ETA)
Max Donaso, G, Windsor Zone AAA (Alliance)
Maxwell Donohoe, F, Mississauga Rebels (GTHL)
Connor Driscoll, F, Toronto Nationals (GTHL)
Jacob Dupuis, D, Clarington Toros (OMHA ETA)
Vlad Dvurechenskii, F, North York Rangers (GTHL)
Cole Eichler, F, Don Mills Flyers (GTHL)
Isaac Enright, D, Pembroke Lumber Kings (HEO)
Justin Ertel, F, Toronto Red Wings (GTHL)
Ethan Esposito, F, Mississauga Sens (GTHL)
Ben Filicetti, F, Burlington Eagles (OMHA SCTA)
Jesse Fishman, F, Mississauga Rebels (GTHL)
Ryan Forberg, F, Don Mills Flyers (GTHL)
Owen Forester, D, Toronto Nationals (GTHL)
Nolan Forster, F, Toronto Marlies (GTHL)
Jacob Frasca, F, Mississauga Sens (GTHL)
Jordan Fuller, F, York Simcoe Express (OMHA ETA)
Ty Gallagher, D, Compuware 16U (USA)
Benjamin Gaudreau, G, North Bay Trappers (GNML)
Matteo Gennaro, G, Barrie Jr Colts (OMHA ETA)
Matteo Giampa, F, Niagara North (OMHA SCTA)
Ryan Gillespie, F, Toronto Red Wings (GTHL)
Zacharie Giroux, F, Sudbury Jr Wolves (GNML)
Ethan Gore, D, Guelph Gryphons (OMHA SCTA)
William Gourgouvelis, D, Whitby Wildcats (OMHA ETA)
Bill Gourgon, F, Carleton Place Canadiens (HEO)
Kai Greaves, D, Cambridge Hawks (Alliance)
Jack Guvenal, D, Mississauga Rebels (GTHL)
Brayden Hache, D, York Simcoe Express (OMHA ETA)
Raymond Hamlin, F, Windsor Jr. Spitfires (Alliance)
Tyler Haskins, F, Chicago Mission 16U (USA)
Luke Haymes, F, Rockland Nationals (HEO)
Thomas Heaney, G, New Jersey Rockets 16U (USA)
Parker Hendsbee, F, Niagara North (OMHA SCTA)
Jacob Holmes, D, York Simcoe Express (OMHA ETA)
Owen Hollingsworth, F, Navan Grads (HEO)
Tyler Hotson, F, London Jr Knights (Alliance)
Brayden Hislop, D, Waterloo Wolves (Alliance)
Chris Innes, D, Sudbury Wolves (GNML)
Noah Janicki, D, Barrie Jr Colts (OMHA ETA)
James Jodoin, D, Oakville Rangers (OMHA SCTA)
Barret Joynt, F, Kingston Jr Fronts (OMHA ETA)
Thomas Johnston, F, Whitby Wildcats (OMHA ETA)
Griffin Jurecki, F, Little Caesars (USA)
Judd Katz, D, Mississauga Rebels (GTHL)
Joshua Kavanagh, D, Sudbury Wolves (GNML)
Justin Kelly-Boxe, F, Mississauga Reps (GTHL)
Cam Kosurko, F, Central Ontario Wolves (OMHA ETA)
Braedon Kressler, F, Mississauga Senators (GTHL)
Trent Kubiak, G, Buffalo Jr Sabres (USA)
Steven Laforme, F, Brantford 99ers (Alliance)
Ethan Larmand, F, North Central Predators (OMHA ETA)
Kaleb Lawrence, F, OHA Mavericks (Prep)
Patrick Leaver, G, Smith Falls Bears (HEO)
Vitaly Levyy, F, Portledge School (USA Prep)
Thomas Lonsdale, D, Toronto Marlies (GTHL)
Ethan Lindsay, F, Barrie Jr Colts (OMHA ETA)
Mark MacPhee, F, Ottawa Jr. Sens (HEO)
Owen Mahoney, D, Brockville Braves (HEO)
Ethan Mahoney, F, Brockville Braves (HEO)
Jacob Maillet, F, Hamilton Jr Bulldogs (OMHA SCTA)
Kyle Maloney, F, Waterloo Wolves (Alliance)
Roberto Mancini, D, Mississauga Reps (GTHL)
Mitchel Martin, F, Sudbury Wolves (GNML)
Jack Matier, D, Soo Thunderbirds (GNML)
Ethan Matthews, D, Lambton Jr. Sting (Alliance)
Samuel Mayer, D, Hawkesbury Hawks (HEO)
Landon McCallum, F, Brantford 99ers (Alliance)
Max McCue, F, Sudbury Wolves (GNML)
Mark McIntosh, F, Guelph Gryphons (OMHA SCTA)
Will Mierau, F, Smith Falls Bears (HEO)
Connor Miller, F, Honeybaked (USA)**
Ethan Mistry, D, Don Mills Flyers (GTHL)
Wade Monague, G, North Central Predators (OMHA ETA)
Samuel Moncada, G, Toronto Nationals (GTHL)
Isiah Moran-Weekes, D, Kanata Lasers (HEO)
Edward Moskowitz, F, Don Mills Flyers (GTHL)
Simon Motew, D, Chicago Mission 15U (USA)
Wil Murphy, D, Kingston Jr Fronts (OMHA ETA)
Kaleb Nelson, F, York Simcoe Express (OMHA ETA)
Marshall Nicholls, G, Waterloo Wolves (Alliance)
Tarabh Nolan, F, Toronto Nationals (GTHL)
James Norton, G, Mississauga Sens (GTHL)
Justin O’Donnell, F, Toronto Marlies (GTHL)
Adam O'Marra, F, Oakville Rangers (OMHA SCTA)
Joshua Orrico, D, Toronto Red Wings (GTHL)
Jacob Osborne, G, Ottawa Jr Senators (HEO)
Beckett Palmer-Steven, F, Kingston Jr Frontenacs (OMHA ETA)
Owen Parsons, F, Waterloo Wolves (Alliance)
Cole Patey, F, North Central Predators (OMHA ETA)
Dante Polombo, F, North Jersey Avalanche 15U (USA)
Tyler Procious, D, Buffalo Jr. Sabres 16U (USA)
Connor Punnett, D, North Central Predators (OMHA ETA)
Zacharie Racine, G, Rockland Nationals (HEO)
Luca Rea, F, North York Rangers (GTHL)
Josh Reid, F, Pembroke Lumber Kings (HEO)
Ryan Remick, F, CIHA Academy White (HEO/Prep)
Sebastian Resar, G, Whitby Wildcats (OMHA ETA)
Dylan Richardson, F, Guelph Gryphons (OMHA SCTA)
Bryce Richardson, F, North York Rangers (GTHL)
Declan Ride, D, Toronto Nationals (GTHL)
Dominick Rivelli, F,  Chicago Mission 15U (USA)
Tucker Robertson, F, Toronto Marlies (GTHL)
Payton Robinson, D, Don Mills Flyers (GTHL)
Chandler Romeo, D, Toronto Red Wings (GTHL)
Josh Rosenzweig, G, Toronto Red Wings (GTHL)
Anthony Russo, D, Mississauga Rebels (GTHL)
Easton Ryan, F, Kemptville 73's (HEO)
Patrick Saini, F, North York Rangers (GTHL)
Vincent Salice, F, Oakland Jr Grizzlies 16U (USA)
Redmond Savage, F, Compuware 16U (USA)
Tyler Savard, F, Peterborough Petes (OMHA ETA)
Devon Savignac, F, Sudbury Wolves (GNML)
Teddy Sawyer, D, Pittsburgh Penguins 16U (USA)
Liam Shwedyk, F, Niagara North (OMHA SCTA)
Sam Sedley, D, Huron-Perth Lakers (Alliance)
Nicholas Sewecke, F, Pittsburgh Penguins Elite 15U (USA)
Aidan Shepard, D, Toronto Marlies (GTHL)
Owen Simpson, D, Toronto Red Wings (GTHL)
Lawson Sherk, F, Halton Hurricanes (OMHA SCTA)
Matthew Shoss, D, Toronto Nationals (GTHL)
Jack Silich, F, Chicago Mission 15U (USA)
Marko Sikic, F, Kitchener Jr Rangers (Alliance)
Nikolas Simo, G, Oakland Jr Grizzlies 16U (USA)
Max Smolinski, D, Detroit Little Caesars (USA)
Matthew Sop, F, Kitchener Jr Rangers (Alliance)
Jack Stolicker, F, Compuware 16U (USA)
Ryan St. Louis, F, Brunswick Prep (USA)
Ethan Straky, D, Oakland Jr Grizzlies (USA)
Chase Stillman, F, Sudbury Wolves (GNML)
Kobe Tallman, F, Toronto Nationals (GTHL)
Quinn Tavares, F, Mississauga Reps (GTHL)
Evan Vanden Heuvel, D, Pittsburgh Penguins Elite 15U (USA)
Ty Voit, F, Pittsburgh Penguins Elite 15U (USA)
Sam Volturo, F, Detroit Little Caesars (USA)
Cameron Walker, F, Sudbury Wolves (GNML)
Owen Watson, F, Smith Falls Bears (HEO Midget AAA)
Cooper Way, F, Waterloo Wolves (Alliance)
Ben West, G, Toronto Marlies (GTHL)
Ty Whyte, F, Pembroke Lumber Kings (HEO)
Riley Wood, F, London Jr. Knights (Alliance)
Matthew Worden, D, Smith Falls Bears (HEO)
Justin Wu, G, Mississauga Rebels (GTHL)
Joshua Ziliotto, F, Burlington Eagles (OMHA SCTA)
Pasquale Zito, F, Mississauga Rebels (GTHL)







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2019 NHL Draft Profile: Ryan Suzuki

Barrie Colts Prospect Report - 2018 OHL Gold Cup 



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