‘03s and ‘04s at the TPE Spring Showcase
The Second Annual Total Pro Evaluation Spring Showcase, held the first weekend in April at Merrimack College, featured a strong group of ‘03s, ‘04s, and ‘05s.
The tournament, run by Boston Bruins amateur scout Scott Fitzgerald, added six teams in total this year, with two teams added at the oldest (’03) level, one team at the ’04 level, and three at the ’05 level.
Just like last year, the pace of the games was high, and the play was brisk, with a minimum of penalties called. Just good, clean hockey played by many of the country’s top young players.
Also, like last year, each team had one pro scout and one prep coach behind the bench.
We were there for two of the three days, and have worked up a list of the top ‘03s and ‘04s. We spent the bulk of our time watching the ‘03s, checked in a little more casually with the ’04 level, and didn’t watch the ‘05s except in passing. Just too young. We’ll catch them next year. Our evaluations are a hybrid, with weight given to both how the players performed in the tournament, and, given variations in physical development, their future potential.
Ryan St. Louis, #9 Red Wings, Mid-Fairfield Jr. Rangers – Powerful, strong skater who can gain separation quickly. Excellent puck skills. Strong sense of game. Leading scorer here (5g,2a). Son of former UVM and NHL star Martin St. Louis. Will be going to Brunswick.
Jack Hughes, #8 Red Wings, Eagles Elite – Tall, skinny, excellent skater, excellent vision and hockey sense. When he gets stronger, he could be a force. Played on a line with Ryan St. Louis. Had a 1-4-5 scoring line. Brother, Riley Hughes, is at St. Seb’s. Father is agent and Junior Eagles U16 coach Kent Hughes.
Anthony Agostinelli, #14 Flyers, Rochester Monarchs – Excellent combination of size and stick skills, skating and hockey sense. A real standout.
Paul Davey, #8 Canadiens, Mid-Fairfield Jr. Rangers – Has size, skill, and a good long stride. Not as dominant as he was at last year’s tournament, but has plenty of upside.
Colby Saganiuk, #15 Red Wings, Chicago Mission – Played on the line with Hughes and St. Louis and they all complemented each other. Saganiuk was the motor – really good energy, and physical. Had 2 goals and 2 assists.
Dylan Duke, #8 Flyers, Belle Tire – The Flyers had plenty of skill, and Duke was their best forward after Agostinelli, his linemate (along with Jackson Morehouse). His younger brother, Tyler, a defenseman, also on Belle Tire, was his teammate here. Both were very good. A package deal.
Matt McGroarty, #8 Rangers, Mid-Fairfield Jr. Rangers – Big, skilled, works hard, and can get around the ice. McGroarty centered a productive line that also featured PJ Neal and Michael Hurst.
Cully Wilson, #9 Rangers, Boston Advantage – Good size. Good skill. Good skater. Works hard.
JP Turner, #16 Rangers, Boston Jr. Terriers – Power forward. Good size. A little raw.
Jackson Morehouse, #10 Flyers, Jr. Penguins Elite – Tall, a bit of a physically undeveloped beanpole. Has a long stride. Always around the net. A productive player. Had a 2-2-4 scoring line. His father is president of the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Kenny Connors, #11 Blackhawks, Team Virtua – Forechecks, backchecks, competes hard, and is always around the puck. A 200-foot player.
Jeremy Wilmer, #12 Blackhawks, LI Gulls -- Tiny. Couldn’t weight more than 100 lbs. But he has skill, sense, and a high hockey IQ. And he can scoot.
Shawn O’Donnell, #15 Rangers, Junior Penguins – 200-foot forward. Makes plays, works hard, has good hands, and the hockey sense to match.
Liam Gilmartin, #11 Red Wings, Washington Little Caps – Huge, strong, but has good stick skills and agility.
David Chen, #9 Canadiens, NJ Colonials – Small playmaker with speed.
Tim Delay, #10 Blackhawks, Eagles Elite – Excellent speed. Good size. Son of former Hingham High and BC forward Tim Delay.
Tyler Boucher, #10 Canadiens, Team Virtua – Good skater with good stick skills.
Son of former Mount St. Charles and NHL goaltender Brian Boucher.
Sam Lipkin, #8 Blackhawks, Team Virtua – Smart player with good skills. Had 2 goals and 2 assists on the weekend.
PJ Neal, #10 Rangers, Mid-Fairfield Jr. Rangers -- Strong skater.
Brendan Gorman, #11 Rangers, Wizards -- Another good-sized power forward in the making. Attends St. Seb’s. Younger brother of Arrows’ Liam Gorman. Son of former Matignon and Princeton D Sean Gorman.
Noah Laba, #9 Bruins, Belle Tire – Strong skater; solid in all facets of the game.
Anthony Cafarelli, #15 Blackhawks, Valley Jr. Warriors -- Good combination of skill, strength, and toughness.
Nick McSorley, #11 Flyers, Islanders Hockey Club – Tall, skinny. Led his regular season team in scoring. 1-3-4 here.
Dante Palombo, #15 Canadiens, Westchester Express – Skilled little guy.
Riley Fitzgerald, #17 Flyers, Islanders Hockey Club – Quite small, but has a good stick, can make a play, clever in small areas and along wall, and has a head for the game. Going to Belmont Hill.
Greg Spitznagel, #10 Bruins, NJ Colonials – Big right-shot wing. Power forward.
Bill Norcross, #14 Bruins, Islanders Hockey Club – Hard worker. Plays the full 200 feet.
Matt Brille, #9 Blackhawks, Team Maryland – Solid north-south power forward.
Will Conway, #12 Bruins, Valley Jr. Warriors – Big, heavy kid with skill and sense. His feet will get better as he grows into body.
Drew Blackwell, #12 Flyers, Valley Jr. Warriors – Powerful skater. Strong, with good puck skills. His dad coaches Methuen (Mass.) High School.
Danny Minnehan, #12 Red Wings, LA Jr. Kings – Tall and lanky skill forward with good skating ability. Skilled with puck, but gets unnecessarily cute with it at times.
Dylan Gratton, #5 Blackhawks, North Jersey Avalanche – Can skate with the puck, can shoot it, passes are on the money, sees the ice, makes plays, and has size. Well-rounded player with plenty of upside. He was our top-ranked ’03 D here last year as well.
Aiden Hreschuck, #6 Flyers, LA Jr. Kings – From LA, but has family here. Interested in NCAA route, and if he keeps at it, he’ll get there. He can skate and make plays. Equally good at both end of the ice. Consistently noticeable.
Carter Schade, #2 Bruins, Junior Penguins Elite – Really good two-way D makes a great first pass. Has a strong sense of the game. Defends smartly with his stick. Very efficient.
Tyler Procious, #5 Flyers, Rochester Monarchs – He has size, skating ability, skill, patience, and a sense of the game. The Flyers, by the way, had a great group of d-men. At least we thought so: all six made this list.
Drew Tsakounis, #2 Rangers, NJ Colonials – Strong, solid defenseman. Good skater, good shot.
Will Killoran, #4 Flyers, Islanders Hockey Club – Big, strong, physical prototypical defensive d-man.
Michael Rubin, #3 Blackhawks, NJ Colonials --- Well-rounded two-way defenseman. Very poised.
Brendan Fitzgerald, #2 Flyers, Islanders Hockey Club -- Not as much of a standout as he was last year, but offensive d-man has top-notch stick skills. Quick and highly mobile. A high risk/high reward type. Son of Tommy Fitzgerald, former Providence College and NHL forward; brother of Ryan and Casey.
Nick Wallace, #5 Rangers, NJ Colonials – Excellent skater.
Sam Volturo, #2 Red Wings, Palm Beach Blackhawks – Moving up to Michigan to play for Compuware. Excellent puck mover.
Tyler Duke, #7 Flyers, Belle Tire – He’s actually an ’04 playing up, but if he were with his own age group he'd probably be an A or even an A+. Duke competed hard, was physical, and didn’t back down to anyone. Can lug the puck. A Torey Krug type.
Therien Thiesing, #3 Bruins, Chicago Mission – Nashville native living in Chicago and playing for the Mission. Tall, lanky, and physical.
Davis Kinne, #2 Canadiens, Islanders Hockey Club -- Big and strong, with a shot.
Nick Peters, #5 Bruins, U14 Flames – Defensive d-man. Has good size and skating ability.
Will Elias, #3 Canadiens, Eagles Elite – Very good skater with size.
Nick Roukounakis, #5 Red Wings, Eagles Elite – Nominally a forward, but looked quite at home on the blue line. He's strong, physical, and he can skate.
Chase Ramsey, #3 Flyers, Westchester Express – Solid two-way defenseman.
Ryan Ufko, #6 Canadiens, Mid-Fairfield Elite – Short and stocky, average skater, but has excellent hands and can move the puck smartly.
1. Thomas Heaney, #30 Blackhawks, NJ Colonials – Shut the Bruins down in Saturday’s game. Good size.
2. Brett Cleaves, #30 Flyers, NJ Devils – Didn’t have a great weekend, but is a highly-regarded ’03 goalie. Has size. We had him as our #1 goalie at last April’s TPE Tournament.
3. Alex Mickanin, #30 Red Wings, South Shore Kings – Biggest goalie here. Was excellent against strong Flyers team.
4. Connor Callaghan, #31 Bruins, Mid-Fairfield Jr. Rangers – He’s got the size everyone is looking for these days.
Jason Stefanek, #16 Rangers, Anaheim Jr. Ducks
Tyler Guy, #14 Flyers, Fredericton (New Brunswick)
Marcus Chrisfideis, #10 Flyers, Minuteman Flames
Michael Callow, #9 Red Wings, Eagles Elite ’03
James Fisher, #12 Bruins, Minuteman Flames
Aaron Schwartz, #11 Flyers, Florida Alliance
Connor Welsh, #16 Red Wings, Connecticut Oilers
Ben Muthersbaugh, #9 Rangers, Islanders Hockey Club
Beanie Richter, #14 Red Wings, Connecticut Oilers
Brady Berard, #14 Blackhawks, South Shore Kings
Jackson Kyrkostas, #12 Flyers, Islanders Hockey Club
Cam Lund, #12 Blackhawks, South Shore Kings
Chris Delaney, #8 Flyers, Islanders Hockey Club
Owen Paskowski, #3 Flyers, Boston Bandits
Jackson Dorrington, #2 Rangers, Islanders Hockey Club
Christian Wood, #4 Red Wings, Mid-Fairfield Jr. Rangers
Michael English, #5 Blackhawks, Long Island Royals
Charlie Leddy, #7 Bruins, Mid-Fairfield Jr. Rangers
Chris Romaine, #3 Rangers, South Shore Kings
Daniel Rekoske, #3 Red Wings, CYA Elite
CJ Beals, #5 Flyers, Minuteman Flames
Lukas Klemm, #5 Rangers, Connecticut Oilers
Luke Santilli, #4 Flyers, Islanders Hockey Club
Michael Fisher, #4 Bruins, Minuteman Flames
Beau Lane, #30, Baystate Breakers
All U.S. U-18 Games on NHL Network
The 2017 U-18 World Championship gets underway officially tomorrow, Wed. April 13th, with the U.S. facing Belarus in Slovakia. It's at 9:30 am EST and will be televised live on the NHL Network.
Actually, all games involving the US will be on the NHL Network, as well as various other preliminary round games, two quarterfinals, both semifinals, and both the bronze and gold-medal games.
The U.S. has played two exhibition games, beating Belarus, 5-2, on Friday, and Finland, also by a 5-2 score, on Monday.
TV schedule for the U.S.
Thurs. April 13 -- Belarus, 9:30 am -- W, 7-0
Sat. April 15 -- Russia, 9:30 am -- W, 5-4
Mon. April 17 -- Czech Republic, 9:30 am -- W, 5-2
Tues. April 18 -- Sweden, 9:30 am -- W, 5-1
Thurs. April 20 -- Quarterfinals, 1:30 pm -- U.S. vs. Switzerland
Sat. April 22 -- Semifinals, TBD
Sun. April 23 -- Bronze Medal Game, 9:30 am
Gold Medal Game, 1:30 pm
-- All players are from the NTDP's U-18 team with the exception of Cayden Primeau (Lincoln -- USHL) and Ryan Poehling (St. Cloud State). All players are '99s and eligible for June's NHL Draft with the exceptions of late '99s Quinn Hughes and Brady Tkachuk, and '00s Joel Farabee and Oliver Wahlstrom.
Goaltenders (3): Dylan St. Cyr, Adam Scheel, Cayden Primeau.
Defensemen (7): Nate Knoepke, Quinn Hughes, Max Gildon, Tommy Miller, Tyler Inamoto, Phil Kemp, David Farrance.
Forwards (13): Ryan Poehling, Joel Farabee, Brady Tkachuk, Logan Cockerill, Scott Reedy, Jacob Tortora, Josh Norris, Grant Mismash, Evan Barratt, Graham Slaggert, Michael Pastujov, Sean Dhooghe, Oliver Wahlstrom.
Head Coach: John Wroblewski
Assistants Coaches: Nick Fohr, Seth Appert, and Greg Moore
Goaltending Coach: Kevin Reiter
The IIHF Tournament website can be found at:
NHL Central Scouting Final Rankings
NHL Central Scouting released its final rankings for the 2017 NHL Draft today.
Center Nolan Patrick of the Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL) is #1 overall, followed by center Nico Hischier of the Halifax Mooseheads (QMJHL) and center Casey Mittelstadt, a Gophers recruit out of Eden Prairie HS.
The top two ranked goaltenders were both Americans, with BU freshman Jake Oettinger #1 and Keith Petruzzelli of Muskegon (USHL) #2. Petruzzelli, a former Springfield Cathedral and Selects U18 standout, will be at Quinnipiac this fall.
The top-ranked prep players are Dexter LD Jack Rathbone (#57), followed closely by Proctor RD Reilly Walsh.
The draft will be held Fri.-Sat. June 23-24 at the United ("Sit back, relax, and enjoy the flight") Center in Chicago.
The draft lottery will be held Sat. April 29th. The first three overall picks are awarded via a weighted lottery, with all non-playoff teams eligible. Best odds for the #1 pick goes to Colorado, followed by Vancouver and Las Vegas.
2017 NHL Central Scouting Final Rankings: North American Skaters
2017 NHL Central Scouting Final Rankings: North American Goaltenders
2017 NHL Central Scouting Final Rankings: North American Skaters (Alphabetical)
2017 NHL Central Scouting Final Rankings: International Skaters
2017 NHL Central Scouting Final Rankings: International Goaltenders
2017 NHL Central Scouting Final Rankings: International Skaters (Alphabetical)
Tues. 4/11/17-- Make that 54. Tommy Cross (Westminster & BC) was called up by Boston 4/17 for Game 3 of their First Round Stanley Cup series vs. Ottawa.
53 Former Prep Players in NHL
In December, we tallied up the number of former prep players in the NHL. We counted 40.
Now, with the 2016-17 regular season concluded, we went through all the players who apeared in at least one NHL game this season and found 13 more former prep players, bringing the total to 53. Fifty are from NEPSAC schools and three from NEPSAC affiliates Nichols (2) and Stanstead (1).
Fifty-one of the 53 players played at least some college hockey -- and the majority graduated. Zach Bogosian (OHL) and Keith Yandle (QMJHL) are the only two former prep players who didn't play college hockey.
We've only included NEPSAC players. We could probably make an equally good list of former Minnesota high schoolers currently playing in the NHL. And then there are programs like Shattuck-St. Mary's (Jonathan Toews, Patrick Eaves, Zach Parise, Sidney Crosby, Drew Stafford, Jack Johnson, Kyle Okposo, Emerson Etem, et al) and Culver (Ryan Suter, John-Michael Liles, Nic Dowd, Ryan Suter et al).
Please note that 12 of the 53 NEPSAC players listed below weren't even drafted, something current prep or college players should keep in mind. Play hard, keep improving, and don't worry about things you can't control.
While we're at it, we want to give a shout out to Mike Vecchione, of Malden Catholic and Union College. Vecchione, one of the three Hobey Baker finalists, played the final two games of the Philadelphia Flyers' season. He, too, was undrafted.
Anaheim: Jaycob Megna, D, Tabor/UNO -- Round 7, 2012, Anaheim
Boston: Noel Acciari, F, Kent/Providence -- Undrafted
Boston: Jimmy Hayes, F, Nobles/BC -- Round 2, 2008, Toronto
Boston: Rob O'Gara, D, Milton Academy/Yale -- Round 5, 2011, Boston
Boston: Kevan Miller, D, Berkshire/Vermont -- Undrafted
Boston: Matt Grzelcyk, D, Belmont Hill/BU -- Round 3, 2012, Boston
Buffalo: Zach Bogosian, D, Cushing -- Round 1, 2008, Atlanta
Buffalo: Sean Malone, F, Nichols/Harvard -- Round 6, 2013, Buffalo
Calgary: Garnet Hathaway, F, Andover/Brown -- Undrafted
Calgary: Mark Jankowski, F, Stanstead/Providence -- Round 1, 2012, Calgary
Calgary: Jon Gillies, G, Salisbury/Providence -- Round 3, 2012, Calgary
Carolina: Noah Hanifin, D, St. Sebastian's/BC -- Round 1, 2015, Carolina
Carolina: Brad Malone, F, Cushing/North Dakota -- Round 4, 2007, Colorado
Carolina: Andrew Poturalski, F, Nichols/UNH -- Undrafted
Chicago: John Hayden, F, Brunswick/Yale -- Round 3, 2013, Chicago
Colorado: AJ Greer, F, Kimball Union/BU -- Round 2, 2015, Colorado
Colorado: Matt Nieto, F, Salisbury/BU -- Round 2, 2011, San Jose
Columbus: Cam Atkinson, F, Avon Old Farms/BC -- Round 6, 2008, Columbus
Detroit: Luke Glendening, F, Hotchkiss/Michigan -- Undrafted
Edmonton: Mark Fayne, D, Nobles/Providence -- Round 5, 2005, NJ
Florida: Keith Yandle, D, Cushing -- Round 4,, 2005, Arizona
Los Angeles: Jonathan Quick, G, Avon Old Farms/UMass -- Round 3, 2005, LA
Minnesota: Charlie Coyle, F, Thayer/BU -- Round 1, 2010, San Jose
Montreal: Max Pacioretty, F, Taft/Michigan -- Round 1, 2007, Montreal
Montreal: Torrey Mitchell, F, Hotchkiss/Vermont -- round 4, 2004, San Jose
Montreal: Brian Flynn, F, Pomfret/Maine -- Undrafted
Montreal: Bobby Farnham, F, Andover/Brown -- Undrafted
New Jersey: Ben Lovejoy, D, Deerfield/BC & Dartmouth -- Undrafted
New Jersey: Miles Wood, F, Nobles/BC -- Round 4, 2013, NJ
New Jersey: Cory Schneider, G, Andover/BC -- Round 1, 2004, Vancouver
New Jersey: Kevin Rooney, F, Berkshire/Providence -- Undrafted
NY Islanders: NONE
NY Rangers: Kevin Hayes, F, Nobles/BC -- Round 1, 2010, Chicago
NY Rangers: Chris Kreider, F, Andover/BC -- Round 1, 2009, NY Rangers
NY Rangers: Jimmy Vesey, F, Belmont Hill/Harvard -- Round 3, 2012, Nashville
NY Rangers: Boo Nieves, F, Kent/Michigan -- Round 2, 2012, NY Rangers
Ottawa: Mike Condon, G, Belmont Hill/Princeton -- Undrafted
Ottawa: Colin White, F, Nobles/BC -- Round 1, 2015, Ottawa
Philadelphia: Shayne Gostisbehere, D, South Kent/Union -- Round 3, 2012, Phila.
Pittsburgh: Conor Sheary, F, Cushing/UMass -- Undrafted
Pittsburgh: Nick Bonino, F, Avon Old Farms/BU -- Round 6, 2007, San Jose
Pittsburgh: David Warsofsky, D, Cushing/BU -- Round 4, 2008, St. Louis
San Jose: Danny O'Regan, F, St. Sebastian's/BU -- Round 5, 2012, San Jose
St. Louis: Wade Megan, F, South Kent/BU -- Round 5, 2009, Florida
Tampa Bay: Alex Killorn, F, Deerfield/Harvard -- Round 3, 2007, Tampa Bay
Toronto: Ben Smith, F, Westminster/BC -- Round 6, 2008, Chicago
Toronto: Brian Boyle, F, St. Sebastian's/BC -- Round 1, 2003, LA
Vancouver: Jayson Megna, F, Tabor/UNO -- Undrafted
Vancouver: Alex Biega, D, Salisbury/Harvard -- Round 5, 2006, Buffalo
Vancouver: Richard Bachman, G, Cushing/CC -- Round 4, 2006, Dallas
Washington: Brooks Orpik, D, Thayer/BC -- Round 1, 2000, Pittsburgh
Washington: Paul Carey, F, Salisbury/BC -- Round 5, 2007, Colorado
Washington: Kevin Shattenkirk, D, Brunswick/BU -- Round 1, 2007, Colorado
Winnipeg: Brian Strait, D, NMH/BU -- Round 3, 2006, Pittsburgh
56 Yanks Selected in OHL Draft
A total of 56 Americans -- or dual citizens, in a few cases -- were selected by OHL teams in today's OHL Priority Selection, i.e. a fancy way to say "draft."
Mississauga -- Jack Hughes, C, Toronto Marlies Midget Minor
Mississauga -- Thomas Harley, LD, Vaughan Kings Minor Midget
Peterborough -- Nicholas Robertson, C, Toronto Red Wings Minor Midget
Windsor -- Nathan Staios, LD, Vaughan Kings Minor Midget
Flint -- Marcus Gretz, LD, Belle Tire 16U
Hamilton -- Arthur Kaliyev, LW, Compuware 16U
Saginaw -- Alex Turcotte, C, Chicago Mission 16U
Owen Sound -- Mack Guzda, G, HoneyBaked 16U
London -- Andrew Perrott, RD, HoneyBaked 16U
London -- Dalton Duhart, C/LW, Belle Tire 16U
Ottawa -- Austen Swankler, C, Pittsburgh Penguins Elite 16U
Sarnia -- Mitch Miller, F, HoneyBaked 16U
Mississauga -- Trevor Zegras, C, Avon Old Farms
London -- Alex Vlasic, LD, Chicago Mission 16U
Sault Ste. Marie -- Johnny Beecher, C, Salisbury School
Owen Sound -- Dylan Wendt, RW, Belle Tire 16U
London -- Hunter Skinner, RD, Belle Tire 15U
Sarnia -- Joshua Nodler, C, HoneyBaked 16U
Erie -- Brendan Kischnick, RD, Oakland Jr. Grizzlies 16U
Mississauga -- Adam Varga, LW, Washington Little Capitals 15U
Flint -- Kyle Harris, LC, Toronto Marlies Minor Midget
London -- Cameron Rowe, G, Team Illinois 16U
Erie -- Brendan Hoffman, RW, Toronto Jr. Canadiens Minor Midget
Hamilton -- Jayden Jensen, RD, Belle Tire 16U
Windsor -- Dom Fensore, LD, PAL Jr. Islanders 16U
London -- Danny Weight, C/LW, PAL Jr. Islanders 16U
Sarnia -- Case McCarthy, RD, Buffalo Jr. Sabres 16U
Kitchener -- Connor Hasley, G, Buffalo Jr. Sabres 15U
Mississauga -- Robert Mastrosimone, C, Shattuck-St. Mary's 16U
Oshawa -- John Farinacci, C, Shattuck-St. Mary's 16U
Saginaw -- Spencer Cox, C, Culver Academy 16U
Kitchener -- Moe Acee, LD, CP Dynamo 16U
Oshawa -- Owen Lindmark, C, Chicago Mission 16U
Owen Sound -- Andrew MacLean, G, Lambton Jr. Sting Minor Midget
Erie -- Kyle Schroeder, C, Chicago Mission 16U
Guelph -- Nick Haas, G, Buffalo Regals 16U
Sarnia -- Matt Cameron, RW, North Jersey Avalanche 16U
Mississauga -- Marshall Warren, LD, North Jersey Avalanche 16U
Windsor -- Cade Webber, LD, Rivers School
Windsor -- Cameron Recchi, C/LW, Cushing Academy
Niagara -- Ben Kraws, G, Buffalo Jr. Sabres 16U
Ottawa -- Trevor Kuntar, C, Buffalo Jr. Sabres 16U
Hamilton -- Michael Mancinelli, C, HoneyBaked 16U
Kitchener -- Connor Tait, C, Team Maryland 16U
Oshawa -- Alexandros Aslanidis, G, Philly Jr. Flyers 16U
Peterborough -- Davis Pennington, LD/F, Belle Tire 16U
Barrie -- Greg Japchen, LD, Philly Jr. Flyers 16U
North Bay -- Kyle Mandleur, C/LW, Mercer Chiefs 16U
Kitchener -- Aidan Fulp, RD, Victory Honda 16U
Peterborough -- Tyler Paquette, RW, The Hill School
Windsor -- Matthew Crasa, C/RW, Selects Academy 15U
London -- Jack Williams, G, St. Louis Blues AAA 16U
Kingston -- Dylan Davies, F/D, Chicago Mission 16U
Sault Ste. Marie -- Paul Letto, LD, Team Illinois 16U
Saginaw -- Jack Burnell, C, Culver Academy 16U
Erie -- Jackson Bernard, G, Chicago Mission 15U
Full OHL Draft Results
Note: The OHL's territory includes the province of Ontario and the following US states: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin.