Toronto, Ont. – The Ontario Hockey League is proud to announce that 63 OHL players have been included on NHL Central Scouting’s Final Rankings for the 2022 NHL Draft to be held July 7-8 at the Bell Centre in Montreal, QC.

The list includes 37 OHL forwards, 17 defencemen and nine goaltenders.

A total of eight OHL skaters are ranked inside the first round led by Kingston Frontenacs standout Shane Wright who continues to top the list.

“Shane Wright is the complete package as an NHL prospect. He is a strong stride skater who possesses deceptive speed and quickness to beat defenders, evade checking, or lead a rush,” said Dan Marr, Director of NHL Central Scouting. “He has elite hockey sense with his vision, anticipation, and composure to execute quickly on plays and has proven that he can carry the load and lead the way when it’s needed in game situations.”

Wright is joined by other OHL competitors inside the top-32 including Saginaw Spirit teammates Pavel Mintyukov (6) and Matyas Sapovaliv (23), Mississauga Steelheads forwards Luca Del Bel Belluz (8) and Owen Beck (10), Sudbury Wolves forward David Goyette (13), Guelph Storm rearguard Michael Buchinger (30) and former first overall OHL Priority Selection choice Ty Nelson (32) on the North Bay Battalion blue line.

The Saginaw Spirit feature the League’s highest-ranked goaltender in 18-year-old Andrew Oke, who comes in at ninth in North America.

Nineteen of the OHL’s 20 member teams feature at least one player included on the list, with the Guelph Storm, London Knights and Mississauga Steelheads leading the way with six each. The Niagara IceDogs trail close behind with five players on the list.

OHL Players Included in NHL Central Scouting Final Draft Rankings


1Shane WrightKingston FrontenacsC
6Pavel MintyukovSaginaw SpiritD
8Luca Del Bel BelluzMississauga SteelheadsC
10Owen BeckMississauga SteelheadsC
13David GoyetteSudbury WolvesC
23Matyas SapovalivSaginaw SpiritC
30Michael BuchingerGuelph StormD
32Ty NelsonNorth Bay BattalionD
34Bryce McConnell-BarkerSoo GreyhoundsC
35Danny ZhilkinGuelph StormC
42Vinzenz RohrerOttawa 67’sC
44Hunter HaightBarrie ColtsC
45Matthew PoitrasGuelph StormC
48Christian KyrouErie OttersD
49Paul LudwinskiKingston FrontenacsC
51Gavin HayesFlint FirebirdsLW
53Isaiah GeorgeLondon KnightsD
58Servac PetrovskyOwen Sound AttackC
59Cedrick GuindonOwen Sound AttackLW
62Jake KarabelaGuelph StormC
75Pano FimisNiagara IceDogsC
80Spencer SovaErie OttersD
81Jorian DonovanHamilton BulldogsD
85Evan KonyenSudbury WolvesRW
88Beau JelsmaBarrie ColtsC
94Amadeus LombardiFlint FirebirdsC
103Matthew MaggioWindsor SpitfiresRW
104Lucas EdmondsKingston FrontenacsRW
108Kirill KudryavtsevSoo GreyhoundsD
115Liam ArnsbyNorth Bay BattalionC
118Rodwin DionicioNiagara IceDogsD
122Kocha DelicSudbury WolvesC
123Jackson EdwardLondon KnightsD
126Tnias MathurinNorth Bay BattalionD
134Zakary LavoieMississauga SteelheadsRW
139Samuel MayerPeterborough PetesD
148James HardieMississauga SteelheadsLW
149Ruslan GazizovLondon KnightsLW
151Aidan CastleNiagara IceDogsRW
152Brady StonehouseOttawa 67’sRW
153Nolan CollinsSudbury WolvesD
158Kyle JacksonNorth Bay BattalionC
162Tucker RobertsonPeterborough PetesC
179Gavin BryantOwen Sound AttackC
183Brice CookeNiagara IceDogsLW
194Braeden BowmanGuelph StormRW
196Kai SchwindtMississauga SteelheadsLW
207Sam AlfanoPeterborough PetesRW
211Max NamestnikovSarnia StingC
215Landon SimLondon KnightsRW
220Kasper LarsenMississauga SteelheadsD
221Kirill SteklovLondon KnightsD
222Roberto ManciniSaginaw SpiritD
223Caeden CarlisleSoo GreyhoundsD


9Andrew OkeSaginaw Spirit
14Nolan LalondeErie Otters
16Patrick LeaverOshawa Generals
17Charlie SchenkelSoo Greyhounds
18Jacob OsterGuelph Storm
22Josh RosenzweigNiagara IceDogs
24Dom DiVincentiisNorth Bay Battalion
29Marco CostantiniHamilton Bulldogs
31Brett BrochuLondon Knights

For the full NHL Central Scouting Final Rankings list, visit nhl.com.

About the Ontario Hockey League
The Ontario Hockey League is a proud member of the Canadian Hockey League which is the world’s largest development hockey league with 60 teams in nine Canadian provinces and four American states. In addition to the OHL, the CHL is made up of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League and the Western Hockey League. The CHL supplies more players to the National Hockey League and U SPORTS than any other league.


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