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By The OilKnight 12/08/19

Welcome to our weekly update on CHL prospects. Here are the leading scorers among all 3 leagues for the 2020 draft eligibles & 16 yr old CHL rookies.

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OHL

Marco Rossi continues to clip along at over a 2 pts/game pace. He brings a complete, pro style game and is as consistent as any prospect in recent memory. He rarely has a bad shift, let alone a game where he doesn’t at least show off his smarts & playmaking ability. He is a legit candidate to go Top 5 in June and if he stays healthy, should outscore Byfield this year in the OHL.

Antonio Stranges has had a heckuva couple weeks. After sitting out a game then being relegated to the 4th line, he slowly moved his way up the lineup and ultimately ended up on the Top line for London on friday. This was after he had scored in 5 straight games (7 goals total) and registered 26 shots in those 5 games. What’s most impressive is his commitment to defense which was evident throughout his hot stretch here. He hasn’t been given a ton of opportunity yet but appears to making the most of what he gets now. His stock is rising.

Jacob Perreault leads all OHL‘ers in Powerplay Goals with 9. He still has work to do in his own end but he has good offensive instincts and a terrific shot & release. He is considered an average skater though does have quick feet. He scored 30 goals last season as a 16 yr old and is on pace for 43 goals this year.

BirthdatePosNameGPGAPLeagueTeam
2002-08-19CQuinton Byfield30223557OHLSudbury
2001-09-25 CMarco Rossi 23173653OHLOttawa
2002-01-01 C Cole Perfetti 291530 45 OHL Saginaw
2002-01-18 CTyson Foerster 26172037OHLBarrie
2002-04-15 RWJacob Perreault 26162036OHLSarnia
2002-04-08 RDJamie Drysdale 2962531OHLErie
2001-09-19 RW Jack Quinn 28161531OHLOttawa
2001-09-25 CJaromir Pytlik 30131831OHLSSM
2002-04-12 CRory Kerins 30141327OHLSSM
2002-04-05 CTy Tullio 27121527OHLOshawa
2001-09-24 RWHayden Fowler 27121426OHLErie
2002-07-07CZayde Wisdom28251025OHLKingston
2002-02-05 LWAntonio Stranges 26141024OHLLondon
2002-02-21 RWLuke Evangelista 27101424OHLLondon
2002-07-09 CLogan Morrison 27111223OHLHamilton
2002-02-13 RWOliver Suni 2781523OHLOshawa
2002-05-13 CJean-Luc Foudy 25101323OHLWindsor
2002-03-19 RDJack Thompson 3091120OHLSudbury
2001-12-01RWBrandon Coe2681220OHLNorth Bay
2002-05-02 LWWill Cuylle 259918OHLWindsor
2001-12-06LWAnthony Tabak2961218OHLSarnia
2002-01-08 RDRuben Rafkin 2511617OHLWindsor
2002-01-18 LW James Hardie 2710616OHLMississauga
2002-05-16 LDRyan O’Rourke 2061016OHLSSM
2002-06-09 RWCameron Butler 309615OHLPeterborough
2002-03-14 RWReid Valade 229413OHLKitchener
2002-05-28RWAndrei Bakanov266612OHLGuelph
2002-08-12 RDVille Ottavainen 254812OHLKitchener
2002-02-27 LDLleyton Moore 2711112OHLOshawa
2002-06-20 C Evan Vierling 152 810 OHL Flint
2002-01-12LDDonovan Sebrango211910OHLKitchener

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2021 Draft eligibles

BirthdatePosNameGPGAPLeagueTeam
2003-01-30 CMason McTavish 2515621OHLPeterborough
2002-10-10 RWAvery Hayes 3010919OHLHamilton
2003-03-29 RWChase Stillman 269716OHLSudbury
2003-04-11 C/LW Francesco Pinelli 248715OHLKitchener
2003-01-05 LWBrennan Othmann 215813OHLFlint
2003-06-19 RWEthan Burroughs 216612OHLOwen Sound
2003-06-07 CBrett Harrison 236612OHLOshawa
2003-02-09 RDBrandt Clarke 22099OHLBarrie
2003-01-21 CConnor Lockhart 24279OHLErie
2003-06-13 CFrancesco Arcuri 27369OHLKingston
2003-01-05 CBraeden Kressler 20257OHLFlint

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QMJHL

Alexis Lafreniere is starting to blow away this draft class. He leads all draft eligibles in goals with 24 in 32 games. He has 7 goals in the last 4 games. He also already has 29 power play points. He is the most dynamic prospect in this class and looks to be a lock for 1st overall at this point. 

Dawson Mercer continues to look like the 2nd best forward among draft eligibles in this league. He’s a multi-dimensional player with elite skill and work ethic. He’s a late 2001 birthdate but there’s no denying his talent and determination. 

Mavrik Bourque is a sniper who has 17 even strength goals already. While he needs to get stronger & his play away from the puck needs work, he’s a scorer with a terrific shot and release. 

Vasily Ponomarev was really finding a groove for Shawinigan and is now off to the World Junior A Challenge for Russia. He is a quick, hard on the puck, highly skilled playmaker who looks like a sure-fire 1st round pick. 

Jacob Dion has 2 goals & 6 assists in 3 GP last week including a 4 point game. He’s a late 2001 birthday but moves the puck well though is a bit on the small side. 

BirthdatePosNameGPGAPLeagueTeam
2001-10-11 LW Alexis Lafreniere 3224 46 70QMJHL Rimouski
2002-01-08 CMavrik Bourque 30192544QMJHLShawinigan
2001-12-02RWRyan Francis30142943QMJHLCape Breton
2001-10-27 RW Dawson Mercer 26182442QMJHLDrummondville
2002-05-27LWBrady Burns32191635QMJHLSaint John
2002-06-02 LDJeremie Poirier 32102030QMJHLSaint John
2002-03-13 CVasily Ponomaryev 27131629QMJHLShawinigan
2002-03-20 RDWilliam Villeneuve 3252227QMJHLSaint John
2001-11-01 LDJacob Dion 3252025QMJHLDrummondville
2002-04-29 CPatrick Guay 31121224QMJHLSherbrooke
2002-01-12 CAlexandre Doucet 3151823QMHLVal D’Or
2002-02-24 RDCharlie Desroches 3221921QMJHLSaint John
2001-12-04 RDThimo Nickl 2941620QMJHLDrummondville
2002-01-21 LWElliot Desnoyers 3061420QMJHLMoncton
2002-01-28 RWJosh Lawrence 3251520QMJHLSaint John
2002-02-09 CHendrix Lapierre 1921517QMJHLChicoutimi
2001-11-15 RDJustin Barron 2741317QMJHLHalifax
2002-02-20 CTheo Rochette 1941216QMJHLChicoutimi
2002-06-14 CSenna Peeters 2711415QMJHLHalifax
2002-01-25 LWDawson Stairs 318715QMJHLSaint John
2002-03-27 LDLukas Cormier 1541115QMJHLCharlottetown
2002-08-20 CIvan Ivan 307714QMJHLCape Breton
2001-09-25 RWAdam Raska 207512QMJHLRimouski

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Dawson Mercer scores from Jacob Dion. One of Dion’s 4 assists on the night:

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2021 Draft eligibles

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BirthdatePosNameGPGAPLeagueTeam
2002-11-26LDIsaac Belliveau3263238QMJHLRimouski
2002-10-22 CXavier Bourgault 31171431QMJHLShawinigan
2003-05-15 LWZachary L’Heureux 23111627QMJHLMoncton
2003-02-24 CZachary Bolduc 2314822QMJHLRimouski
2003-05-01 CJames Malatesta 2612921QMJHLQuebec
2003-05-14 CCole Huckins 308917QMJHLAcadie-Bathurst
2003-03-25 CRiley Kidney 2531316QMJHLAcadie-Bathurst
2002-09-27CAlexander Mirzabalaev3151015QMJHLVal D’or
2003-03-13 CJustin Robidas 258715QMJHLVal D’or
2003-01-04CZachary Dean236713QMJHLGatineau
2003-08-06CJoshua Roy286713QMJHLSaint John

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WHL

It is pretty much status quo as the top. No one really separated themselves this week – all the Top rankings stayed the same on the leaderboard.

Braden Schneider did jump Kaiden Guhle in points this week and now has a goal & 6 assists in his last 6 games. Some still consider him a 1st round pick potentially so the boost in offense certainly helps his cause. Of note, over half his points have come on the powerplay (11).

Ronan Seeley only has 13 points on the year but most of that has come recently as he now has 2 goals & 10 points in his last 9 games.

Lukas Svejkovsky was traded from Vancouver to Swift Current last week.

BirthdatePosNameGPGAPLeagueTeam
2001-09-25 CConnor Zary 28192241WHLKamloops
2002-03-09 RWOzzy Wiesblatt 29132033WHLPrince Albert
2002-03-29 LWJake Neighbours 3282432WHLEdmonton
2002-02-01 CSeth Jarvis 26131730WHLPortland
2002-06-25 RWConnor McClennon 29101626WHLWinnipeg
2002-03-24 CJustin Sourdif 27111425WHLVancouver
2002-08-08 CRidly Greig 2681523WHLBrandon
2002-09-02 CJack Finley 2851823WHLSpokane
2002-04-16 RWPavel Novak 19101121WHLKelowna
2001-11-15 CTristen Robins 30101020WHLSaskatoon
2001-09-20 RDBraden Schneider 2931720WHLBrandon
2002-08-16 CMichal Gut 2461319WHLEverett
2002-01-18 LDKaiden Guhle 2961319WHLPrince Albert
2002-01-27 RWSimon Knak 2561218WHLPortland
2002-02-10 LWKyle Crnkovic 307815WHLSaskatoon
2002-04-27 LWKeanu DeRungs 2671017WHLVictoria
2002-01-25 LWCross Hanas 268613WHLPortland
2002-08-02 LDRonan Seeley 2821113WHLEverett
2002-05-15 LDDaemon Hunt 2301111WHLMoose Jaw
2001-11-28RWLukas Svejkovsky195510WHLVancouver
2002-06-03 RDKasper Puutio 261910WHLSwift Current

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2021 Draft eligibles

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BirthdatePosNameGPGAPLeagueTeam
2002-09-23CRyder Korczak2682432WHLMoose Jaw
2003-05-16 CCole Sillinger 24111425WHLMedicine Hat
2003-04-10 RWDylan Guenther 2681220WHLEdmonton
2003-04-10 LWZack Stringer 2031114WHLLethbridge
2003-02-06 CLogan Stankoven 259413WHLKamloops
2003-01-14 LDCarson Lambos 235813WHLWinnipeg
2003-01-27 LWEric Alarie 263710WHL Moose Jaw

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We will be providing you updates every week so be sure to check back every Monday or Tuesday for updated stats and highlights!

By the OilKnight 12/05/19

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courtesy of Ontariohockeyleague.com

Antonio Stranges fell to the 2nd round of the 2018 OHL draft mainly because he was committed to Michigan, but London took a chance on him anyways and it worked out. In terms of talent, he was highly considered as one of the absolute best in his draft class. As a 16 yr old OHL rookie, he had a very promising 13 goals & 34 points and looks to build off that success this season – his draft year. 

 

STAT LINE:

23 GP – 12 Goals, 9 assists, 21 points

Stranges got off to a hot start this season registering 9 points in the first 6 games, but has cooled somewhat offensively since then as he continues to work on other facets of his game. He started on the top line & the top powerplay unit with Connor McMichael, but was bumped down the lineup once Liam Foudy returned from injury. Since then, he has struggled to get going offensively and has been a bit of a liability defensively, which has subsequently landed him on the 4th line recently. However, in his last 4 games he has scored in all of them (5 goals, 6 points), played a much better 200 foot game, and has been one of the best players on the ice in each of those games. He’s also shooting the puck much more (19 SOG in 4 games) after going the previous 8 games with no goals and only 13 shots

Stranges is as skilled as almost anyone in this class and his ceiling is enormous. But, under Dale Hunter prospects typically are groomed to be better 200 foot players first before they get all the prime offensive looks. This is evident when you see 1 PPG in his stat line. Like many NHL prospects in London before him, Stranges is learning that the hard way. Buried behind a few high end NHL prospects and a bunch of seasoned veterans, patience is still required for the talented Stranges. But, by season’s end don’t be surprised if he’s much higher up the list as his confidence grows and he rounds out his game.

 
 

STRENGTHS

Stranges 10-2 skating style is the first thing anyone ever talks about with him and for good reason. His ability to blow by defenders while somehow skating almost laterally is a real treat to watch. Once he winds up and opens up those hips – look out. On shootouts, he is particularly dangerous when he attacks with that style as it makes him so unpredictable. Goalies don’t know if he is going to go forehand or backhand as both are equally viable options. That unpredictability keeps defenders off balance too, as they can’t tell if he’s going to pass or shoot since he changes skating angles so much. 

Speaking of his backhand, Stranges probably has the best in the draft. He can get such power on his release and has scored from the slot before – with his backhand. He’s scored plenty of times backhand top shelf too in tight which speaks to his quick hands & puck skills. He also is able to make precision passes with both sides of the stick that it really makes him a dual threat. Elite backhand is a rare skill nowadays.

 

One of the most underrated parts of Stranges game is his vision and passing ability. He is capable of putting amazing touch on passes while also threading the needle between several defenders. He sees lane develop extremely well & anticipates plays before they happen to find the open area in the ice. He has great offensive instincts & puck control which allow him to do pretty much whatever he wants with the puck. But that vision and passing ability really are special. 

 
 
WEAKNESSES
 

As much as people are enamoured with Stranges‘ 10-2 skating style, sometimes I feel it works against him. For example, since he is a left handed shot and opens up his hips when he skates like that, it does make him more vulnerable to turnovers on the left side of ice with the puck exposed. Acceleration is an issue with that style in short spaces, so he does have a tendency to turn over the puck at times if attempts the 10-2 & doesn’t have time to wind it up first. Whereas, if he lowered his shoulder instead to shield opponents he would have better puck protection. Not a huge issue but does happen from time to time.

You also naturally worry about defenders lighting him up with a big hit with him being exposed like that. He is very agile and elusive but in the NHL not sure exactly how well that will translate if he continues to do it consistently. 

Shot accuracy is another area that could use some work and may be a result of the unbalanced skating. It is difficult to follow thru on your shot when your off-balanced. Stranges does have a pretty good shot and release but accuracy has been an issue at times when his momentum is taking him away from the net. More of a mechanics thing than anything that needs some refining. 

Lastly, to be considered a true Top 15 prospect, Stranges need to continue to work on his 200 foot game. Not to say the commitment isn’t there because he does show good effort in coming back and competes hard in board battles quite often, but more consistency and dedication would serve him well and round out his game. Fortunately, that is what Coach Hunter in London is known for. Once Stranges becomes more of a puck hound at both ends of the ice, and commits to taking care of his own zone – scouts will really start singing his praises. Here’s an example early in the year where more commitment was required (#40):

 

 

DRAFT OUTLOOK

One thing to consider when evaluating prospects coming out of London is usage. London is typically one of the deepest organizations when it comes to NHL talent. Last season for example, Connor McMichael started on a tear the first half of the year. However, Alex Formenton was returned from his NHL club and the team traded for OHL veteran Kevin Hancock and McMichael then took a bit of a backseat to those players. His PP time was limited and he wasn’t used in nearly as many prime offensive situations as a player like Arthur Kaliyev for example. Which made his numbers even that more impressive. Yet he still went late 1st round – 25th overall.

In 2018, Liam Foudy didn’t really get hot till the 2nd half of the season when a lot of vets were traded. Before that, his offensive usage was limited. He ended up going 18th overall. Robert Thomas in 2017 was the 3rd line checking center till trades were made and he got a bump to the top line after the new year. He ended up being drafted 20th overall

Stranges should be considered a late 1st round pick right now, but has the potential to explode offensively at any given point in the season much like Foudy, Thomas & McMichael all did at various points in their draft years. There’s no doubting his natural ability but progression will be the key. With several key veterans likely headed to the World Juniors later this month, Stranges should get his opportunity to shine in a more offensive role. 

 

DRAFT YEAR COMPARISON

 

In terms of NHL translatable skills, his skating, passing and backhand are all elite which makes him a very enticing prospect. In fact, Stranges is probably the most naturally gifted player to come out of London since Mitch Marner. He is a dynamic player with just about as much upside as any other prospect in this draft. 

So the Marner comparison is an obvious one based on the natural skill-sets. However, it is hard to ignore the Jeremy Bracco comparisons as they both have similar strengths too (10-2 skating, excellent vision, terrific backhand) though at this point Stranges is a bit more dynamic I would say. Bracco is a very talented prospect who has excelled at the AHL level but is still looking to crack the big club full-time. Because of the system he is coming out of in London, I anticipate Stranges being a bit more refined in terms of playing a pro style game but like Bracco it might take him some time to get to the NHL as he continues to get stronger. 

Bottom line, there are areas of his game Stranges needs to work on to take his game to the next level no doubt. Given the amount of ice-time he is receiving right now it will take some time. But like many Knights before him – don’t sleep on the player based on the offensive stat sheet alone…..it’s all about usage and progression. 

 

Prediction: Mid-late 1st round pick

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By the OilKnight 12/02/19

Welcome to our weekly update on CHL prospects. Here are the leading scorers among all 3 leagues for the 2020 draft eligibles & 16 yr old CHL rookies.

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OHL

Quinton Byfield is a having a terrific season for Sudbury but Marco Rossi just won’t slow down in Ottawa. Rossi, is now only 1 point behind Byfield and has played 7 less games. However, it is important to note that Rossi is 11 months older than Byfield and plays on a much more talented team. Byfield is still considered the top OHL forward but Rossi is certainly closing the gap quickly.

Jacob Perreault of Sarnia, has steadily climbed the leaderboard and is now 5th on this list. He was snubbed by Team Canada at the Hlinka-Gretzky, but the son of former NHL’er Yanic Perreault can score. He had 30 goals as a 16 yr old last year & is on pace to beat that this year.

BirthdatePosNameGPGAPLeagueTeam
2002-08-19CQuinton Byfield28203050OHLSudbury
2001-09-25 CMarco Rossi 21163349OHLOttawa
2002-01-01 C Cole Perfetti 261329 42 OHL Saginaw
2002-01-18 CTyson Foerster 23161935OHLBarrie
2002-04-15 RWJacob Perreault 23141630OHLSarnia
2002-04-08 RDJamie Drysdale 2752530OHLErie
2001-09-19 RW Jack Quinn 26141529OHLOttawa
2001-09-25 CJaromir Pytlik 27111627OHLSSM
2001-09-24 RWHayden Fowler 25121325OHLErie
2002-04-12 CRory Kerins 27121224OHLSSM
2002-04-05 CTy Tullio 25101323OHLOshawa
2002-07-09CLogan Morrison25111223OHLHamilton
2002-02-21 RWLuke Evangelista 2491423OHLLondon
2002-02-13 RWOliver Suni 2581523OHLOshawa
2002-05-13 CJean-Luc Foudy 2391322OHLWindsor
2002-02-05 LWAntonio Stranges 2312921OHLLondon
2002-03-19 RDJack Thompson 2891120OHLSudbury
2001-12-01RWBrandon Coe2561218OHLNorth Bay
2002-05-02 LWWill Cuylle 237916OHLWindsor
2002-01-08 RDRuben Rafkin 2311516OHLWindsor
2002-01-18 LW James Hardie 269615OHLMississauga
2002-06-09 RWCameron Butler 278614OHLPeterborough
2002-05-16 LDRyan O’Rourke 175813OHLSSM
2002-03-14 RWReid Valade 198412OHLKitchener
2002-05-28RWAndrei Bakanov236612OHLGuelph
2002-02-27 LDLleyton Moore 2511112OHLOshawa
2002-08-12 RDVille Ottavainen 234610OHLKitchener
2002-06-20 C Evan Vierling 152 810 OHL Flint
2002-01-12LDDonovan Sebrango20189OHLKitchener

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2021 Draft eligibles

A lot of 16 yr olds seemingly have struggled since returning from the recent U17 tournament, but not Mason McTavish. McTavish, is already up to 15 goals in 22 games.

BirthdatePosNameGPGAPLeagueTeam
2003-01-30 CMason McTavish 2215621OHLPeterborough
2002-10-10 RWAvery Hayes 288917OHLHamilton
2003-03-29 RWChase Stillman 248614OHLSudbury
2003-04-11 C/LW Francesco Pinelli 217613OHLKitchener
2003-01-05 LWBrennan Othmann 185813OHLFlint
2003-06-19 RWEthan Burroughs 184610OHLOwen Sound
2003-06-07 CBrett Harrison 195510OHLOshawa
2003-02-09 RDBrandt Clarke 19099OHLBarrie
2003-01-21 CConnor Lockhart 22279OHLErie
2003-06-13 CFrancesco Arcuri 24268OHLKingston
2003-01-05 CBraeden Kressler 20257OHLFlint

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QMJHL

Vasily Ponomarev is officially on a roll now. After starting his QMJHL career off slow, he now has goals in 3 straight games and is up to 29 points in 27 games. He leads all rookies with 13 goals and 10 of those are at even strength. He is strong skater with terrific puck skills, soft hands and protects the puck extremely well. Ponomarev will be representing Team Russia at the World Junior A Challenge (U18’s) in Dawson Creek starting on December 5th.

With all the hype around Jeremie Poirier in Saint John, William Villeneuve has flown under the radar a bit. But, Villeneuve (who was the 2nd overall pick in the 2018 QMJHL draft behind Hendrix Lapierre) might have a more complete skill-set. He is a excellent skater with great agility, moves the puck extremely well, has a big shot, and does a very good job defensively. I wouldn’t say he’s as smooth or dynamic as Poirier, but he appears more consistent in all 3 zones and is definitely the better defender of the two. He’s 6’1″ and a right shot defender. Should be highly coveted come draft day.

BirthdatePosNameGPGAPLeagueTeam
2001-10-11 LW Alexis Lafreniere 2817 42 59QMJHL Rimouski
2002-01-08 CMavrik Bourque 27182341QMJHLShawinigan
2001-12-02RWRyan Francis28142640QMJHLCape Breton
2001-10-27 RW Dawson Mercer 23171936QMJHLDrummondville
2002-05-27LWBrady Burns29151429QMJHLSaint John
2002-03-13 CVasily Ponomaryev 27131629QMJHLShawinigan
2002-06-02 LDJeremie Poirier 2991827QMJHLSaint John
2002-03-20 RDWilliam Villeneuve 2952025QMJHLSaint John
2002-01-12 CAlexandre Doucet 2951621QMHLVal D’Or
2001-12-04 RDThimo Nickl 2941620QMJHLDrummondville
2002-02-24 RDCharlie Desroches 2921719QMJHLSaint John
2002-04-29 CPatrick Guay 2810919QMJHLSherbrooke
2002-01-21 LWElliot Desnoyers 2761218QMJHLMoncton
2002-01-28 RWJosh Lawrence 2941418QMJHLSaint John
2002-02-09 CHendrix Lapierre 1921517QMJHLChicoutimi
2001-11-15 RDJustin Barron 2741317QMJHLHalifax
2001-11-01LDJacob Dion2931417QMJHLDrummondville
2002-02-20 CTheo Rochette 1641216QMJHLChicoutimi
2002-06-14 CSenna Peeters 2711415QMJHLHalifax
2002-03-27 LDLukas Cormier 1341115QMJHLCharlottetown
2002-08-20 CIvan Ivan 287714QMJHLCape Breton
2002-01-25 LWDawson Stairs 287613QMJHLSaint John
2001-09-25 RWAdam Raska 167411QMJHLRimouski

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2021 Draft eligibles

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BirthdatePosNameGPGAPLeagueTeam
2002-11-26LDIsaac Belliveau2852631QMJHLRimouski
2003-05-15 LWZachary L’Heureux 23111627QMJHLMoncton
2002-10-22CXavier Bourgault28131326QMJHLShawinigan
2003-05-01 CJames Malatesta 249918QMJHLQuebec
2003-02-24 CZachary Bolduc 1912416QMJHLRimouski
2003-03-25 CRiley Kidney 2231316QMJHLAcadie-Bathurst
2002-09-27CAlexander Mirzabalaev295914QMJHLVal D’or
2003-05-14 CCole Huckins 276612QMJHLAcadie-Bathurst
2003-01-04CZachary Dean205611QMJHLGatineau
2003-03-13 CJustin Robidas 236410QMJHLVal D’or
2003-08-06CJoshua Roy25549QMJHLSaint John

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WHL

Connor McClennon and Ridly Greig are two of the hottest players in the WHL lately. Both got off to relatively slow starts this season but both are now hovering around a point per game.

Ronan Seeley scored his first two goals of the season last week finally for Everett.

Pavel Novak is still suspended 8 games for checking from behind.

BirthdatePosNameGPGAPLeagueTeam
2001-09-25 CConnor Zary 26192039WHLKamloops
2002-03-09 RWOzzy Wiesblatt 27121931WHLPrince Albert
2002-03-29 LWJake Neighbours 2962329WHLEdmonton
2002-02-01 CSeth Jarvis 22101424WHLPortland
2002-06-25 RWConnor McClennon 2691524WHLWinnipeg
2002-03-24 CJustin Sourdif 24111122WHLVancouver
2002-08-08 CRidly Greig 2471522WHLBrandon
2002-04-16 RWPavel Novak 19101121WHLKelowna
2002-09-02 CJack Finley 2551621WHLSpokane
2001-11-15 CTristen Robins 2991019WHLSaskatoon
2002-08-16 CMichal Gut 2261319WHLEverett
2002-01-18 LDKaiden Guhle 2761218WHLPrince Albert
2002-01-27 RWSimon Knak 2151217WHLPortland
2001-09-20 RDBraden Schneider 2731316WHLBrandon
2002-02-10 LWKyle Crnkovic 297815WHLSaskatoon
2002-04-27 LWKeanu DeRungs 236915WHLVictoria
2002-01-25 LWCross Hanas 258613WHLPortland
2002-08-02 LDRonan Seeley 242911WHLEverett
2002-05-15 LDDaemon Hunt 2201111WHLMoose Jaw
2001-11-28RWLukas Svejkovsky185510WHLVancouver
2002-06-03 RDKasper Puutio 22189WHLSwift Current

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2021 Draft eligibles

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BirthdatePosNameGPGAPLeagueTeam
2002-09-23CRyder Korczak2282129WHLMoose Jaw
2003-05-16 CCole Sillinger 21101020WHLMedicine Hat
2003-04-10 RWDylan Guenther 2371219WHLEdmonton
2003-04-10 LWZack Stringer 1721113WHLLethbridge
2003-02-06 CLogan Stankoven 238412WHLKamloops
2003-01-14 LDCarson Lambos 204711WHLWinnipeg
2003-01-27 LWEric Alarie 223710WHL Moose Jaw

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We will be providing you updates every week so be sure to check back every Monday or Tuesday for updated stats and highlights!

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