OHL Writers Draft Eligible Player of the Month for January

Draft Eligible Forward of the Month – Colby Barlow – Owen Sound Attack

There is no debating this choice. Barlow went on a tear in the month of January and scored 14 goals and 6 assists in just 12 games to take the honors here and now leads the draft class in goals and points. Actually, he leads the league in goals. You’ll also find him among the leaders in assists and plus/minus.

Barlow had just one game where he didn’t register a goal or a point and that came on January 20 on the road against the London Knights. He had three multi-goal games and 7 multi-point games. For his efforts, the OHL named him Player of the Month for January.

Also considered was Zander Veccia of the Mississauga Steelheads. Veccia appeared in 11 games in January, scoring 7 goals and adding 9 assists. Just how productive was Veccia? Over half his production of 13 goals and 15 assists on the season came in January.

Draft Eligible Defenceman of the Month – Rodwin Dionicio – Windsor Spitfires

If anyone benefited from a trade near trade deadline, it’s Dionicio. He appeared in 11 games for the Spitfires in January and scored twice and assisted on 11 to lead all draft eligible blueliners. He had 4 goals and 3 assists in 17 games prior to the deal. He had two games with 3 helpers. One coming against the Saginaw Spirit on January 12 and the other against the London Knights on January 15.

Also considered was Beau Akey of the Barrie Colts. He appeared in 11 games during the month and scored once and assisted on 9 others. He has 7 goals and 29 assists on the season to lead draft eligible defencemen.

Draft Eligible Goaltender of the Month – Jacob Oster – Oshawa Generals

It was quite the month for Oster after a trade from the Guelph Storm. He appeared in 4 games, going 3-1-0 with a hefty .965 save-percentage and back-to-back shutouts where he stopped 19 of 19 shots he faced against the Kingston Frontenacs and then stopping all 30 he faced against the North Bay Battalion two nights later. Even in his only loss he stopped 35 of 38 shots. He was named Goaltender of the Month by the OHL for the week of January 23-29.

Also considered was Zach Bowen of the London Knights who went 3-0-0 and stopped 80 of 84 shots with one shutout and a save-percentage of .952.

Our previous choices were:


Colby Barlow – Owen Sound Attack – January

Quentin Musty – Sudbury Wolves – December

Quentin Musty – Sudbury Wolves – November

Ryan Abraham – Windsor Spitfires – October


Rodwin Dionicio – Windsor Spitfires – January

Beau Akey – Sudbury Wolves – December

Brody Crane – London Knights – November

Hunter Brzustewicz – Kitchener Rangers – October


Jacob Oster – Oshawa Generals – January

Joey Costanzo – Windsor Spitfires – December

Andrew Oke – Saginaw Spirit – November

Collin MacKenzie – Ottawa 67’s – October


Beau Akey – Barrie Colts – Player Profile

6’174Feb 11, 2005RDR19th 202125th mid termCANADA
2019-2020Under-15Waterloo Wolves31111122
2020-2021Under-16DID NOT PLAY    
2021-2022OHLBarrie Colts6151116
2022-2023OHLBarrie Colts3862632
Beau Akey of the Barrie Colts. Photo by Terry Wilson/OHL Images

Barrie Colts blueliner was drafted with the 19th overall pick at the 2021 Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection. NHL Central Scouting ranks him 25th among North American Skaters on their mid-term rankings. He is the second ranked defenceman on their list from the OHL behind London Knights’ Oliver Bonk.

Akey is still on the raw side and there is plenty of development time ahead of him. He’s a gifted skater with great agility, east-west ability, strong edge work, flawless crossovers and his backward skating may just be the best among OHL defenders available for the draft. His 4-way mobility is up there with all of them as well.

Akey may also have the most skill and offensive upside among the defenders available. His ability to break out of his zone by skating or making a very good first pass, his ability and willingness to take on opponents one-on-one with success and his ability to beat the forecheck make him a transition beast.

His reads are very good, knowing when to jump into the play and join the rush. Once in the o-zone, Akey continues his good reads and makes the right pass at the right time. His ability to walk the lane and create lanes are impressive. He also has an uncanny ability to elude the defence unnoticed to get to the open ice.

Akey has all the tools to be an offensive defenceman. But he needs to put in some work on the defensive side of the game to become a two-way defender who can impact the game at both ends. An excellent backward skater, he needs to keep tighter gaps when the opposition is coming his way. He will also need to get stronger defending his blueline. He’s inconsistent in those two areas but not something further coaching and developing can’t fix.

He’s not small at 6-feet but definitely needs to add some strength that will help him fight battles in the dirty areas, which is also in need of some work.

At this point for me, Akey is an early second round pick, which may be just a tad higher than where NHL Central Scouting has him ranked. I have the confidence in Akey’s ability to put in the work where necessary to go along with his ability to improve.


Toronto, Ont. – The Canadian Hockey League announced today that Sudbury Wolves forward Alex Pharand has been added to the 2023 Kubota CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game set to take place on Wednesday, January 25 in Langley, BC.

Pharand will replace injured Wolves teammate Quentin Musty in the game, suiting up for Team Red.

An 18-year-old from Sudbury, Pharand has 27 points (16-11–27) in 38 games this season for his hometown Wolves. The 6-foot-3, 198Ib. right-winger has also spent time down the middle this season. Pharand recorded 14 points (6-8–14) in 56 games between the Wolves and Hamilton Bulldogs last season. He was selected by Hamilton with the 14th overall pick of the 2021 OHL Priority Selection. NHL Central Scouting listed Pharand as the 54th-ranked skater in North America on their midseason list last week.

Additionally, the CHL announced that Soo Greyhounds defenceman Andrew Gibson will not compete in the game due to injury. He has been replaced on Team White by Halifax Mooseheads defenceman Dylan MacKinnon.

For more information on the 2023 Kubota CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game, visit chl.ca.

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.


Toronto, Ont. – The Ontario Hockey League is proud to announce that 55 OHL players have been included on NHL Central Scouting’s Midseason Rankings for the 2023 NHL Draft scheduled to take place June 28-29 in Nashville, Tennessee.

The list includes a total of eight OHL skaters included in the top-32 North American prospects, indicating a potential first round selection. A pair of left-wingers lead the way in Colby Barlow of the Owen Sound Attack and Quentin Musty of the Sudbury Wolves at 10th and 11th respectively, followed by the OHL’s highest-ranked centreman in Calum Ritchie of the Oshawa Generals at 17. London Knights rearguard Oliver Bonk leads the way for OHL defencemen at 18th on the list. In goal, Charlie Robertson of the North Bay Battalion is the first of four OHL netminders ranked, coming in at 12.

Eighteen OHL member teams are represented on the list, led by the Flint Firebirds, Ottawa 67’s and Saginaw Spirit with five players each.

Of the 55 players listed, 15 of them are competing in the 2023 Kubota CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game set for Wednesday, January 25 in Langley, British Columbia. The game can be seen live from coast-to-coast on TSN.

The list includes 30 OHL forwards, 21 defencemen and four goaltenders.

2023 NHL Central Scouting Midseason Rankings – OHL

*- competing in 2023 Kubota CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game


10Colby Barlow*LWOwen Sound Attack
11Quentin Musty*LWSudbury Wolves
17Calum Ritchie*COshawa Generals
18Oliver Bonk*DLondon Knights
25Beau Akey*DBarrie Colts
29Cam Allen*DGuelph Storm
31Carson Rehkopf*LWKitchener Rangers
32Andrew Gibson*DSoo Greyhounds
33Hunter Brzustewicz*DKitchener Rangers
37Quinton BurnsDKingston Frontenacs
41Coulson Pitre*RWFlint Firebirds
43Brad GardinerCOttawa 67’s
45Ethan Miedema*LWKingston Frontenacs
48Ondrej MolnarLWErie Otters
49Luca Pinelli*LWOttawa 67’s
50Carey Terrance*CErie Otters
51Tristan BertucciDFlint Firebirds
54Alex PharandCSudbury Wolves
62Matthew ManiaDSudbury Wolves
74Cooper FosterCOttawa 67’s
75Easton CowanRWLondon Knights
76Owen OutwaterCKingston Frontenacs
84Denver BarkeyCLondon Knights
87Konnor SmithDPeterborough Petes
88Matthew SotoRWKingston Frontenacs
90Ethan HayCFlint Firebirds
92Luke McNamaraCSaginaw Spirit
96Nick Lardis*LWHamilton Bulldogs
103Florian XhekajLWHamilton Bulldogs
105Cole BrownLWHamilton Bulldogs
115Matthew AndonovskiDKitchener Rangers
116James PetrovskiDOwen Sound Attack
122Matthew MayichDOttawa 67’s
123Blake SmithDFlint Firebirds
133Nic SimaRWSaginaw Spirit
136Spencer SovaDErie Otters
156Djibril ToureDSudbury Wolves
169Alexis DaviaultDErie Otters
170Anthony RomaniCNorth Bay Battalion
171Chris BarlasCOttawa 67’s
172Angus MacDonellCMississauga Steelheads
174Joey WillisCSaginaw Spirit
176Calem MangoneRWSaginaw Spirit
191Marco MignosaRWSoo Greyhounds
192Donovan McCoyDPeterborough Petes
207Lucas MooreDHamilton Bulldogs
210Bronson RideDNiagara IceDogs
214PJ ForgioneDSaginaw Spirit
216Wyatt KennedyDNorth Bay Battalion
219Valentin ZhuginLWGuelph Storm
220Adam ZidlickyLWMississauga Steelheads


12Charlie Robertson*North Bay Battalion
14Nathan DayFlint Firebirds
23Charlie SchenkelSoo Greyhounds
29Zach BowenLondon Knights

For the full NHL Central Scouting Midseason Rankings, 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.

Cam Allen – Guelph Storm – Player Profile

5’11”190Jan 7, 2005RDR3rd overall 2021A ProspectCANADA
2019-20GTHL U15Toronto Nationals33141226
2020-21GTHL U16DID NOT PLAY    
2021-22OHLGuelph Storm65132437
2022-23OHLGuelph Storm3341216
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Cam Allen of the Guelph Storm. Photo by Natalie Shaver/OHL Images

Coming out of the 2021-2022 season, most hockey pundits had Cam Allen of the Guelph Storm as one of the best defencemen available for the 2023 National Hockey League Entry Draft, if not the best available. He was named the OHL Rookie of the year and to the OHL First All-Rookie squad.

That assertion was reinforced at the Hlinka-Gretzky in August as he captained and led Team Canada to a gold medal.

Right shot defencemen with Allen’s tools don’t grow on trees. He’s a very good skater, smart, can quarterback a powerplay, is offensively gifted while strong defensively, he can rush the puck and make excellent passes – he just did it all.

The truth is, things have gone south quickly for Allen this season as it has for his team. While you see glimpses of the talent he possesses, it has become more of a rarity than regular. And his team was supposed to be a young team challenging and instead are fighting for their playoff lives.

There has been discussions in hockey circles wondering how much of Allen’s slide is due to the Storm being a disappointment and vice versa. Some claim that he is doing too much to get his team on track, and if you watch him on a nightly basis, there is some truth to that. His competitive spirit won’t allow him to be any different.

That said, you don’t just lose that talent overnight. It’s still there and at this point I think simple is better for Allen. He needs to stop forcing things and get back to the basics. Once he realizes that he can’t do it on his own, no matter how talented, he and his team will be better off.

He’s out with an injury at this time, and that may just be what he needs. A chance to sit back, watch the game and learn that he can’t do it on his own. The Storm have come on a bit lately in his absence and if he ingests that “simple is better” mentality, he should get back to where he belongs near the top of the rankings among blueliners.

I expect him to do just that with a very strong second half of the season.

OHL Writers Draft Eligible Player of the Month for December

Draft Eligible Forward of the Month – Quentin Musty – Sudbury Wolves

For the second consecutive month, Quentin Musty is our draft eligible forward of the Month. The Sudbury Wolves star netted 3 goals and 17 assists in 10 games during the month of December. He was held pointless in just one game – December 30 against the North Bay Battalion. He had 5 multi point games including a 1 goal, 6 assist effort against the Niagara IceDogs on December 4.

Also considered was Colton Smith of the Windsor Spitfires. Smith appeared in 11 games during December, notching 7 goals to go along with 8 helpers. Smith was kept off the score sheet 3 times and 6 of his 8 other games were multi point games.

Draft Eligible Defenceman of the Month – Beau Akey – Barrie Colts

Among defencemen, Beau Akey got our nod. Akey posted 12 points in 10 games with points in 8 of those 10 games. He had 4 multi-point games including 2-point efforts against the Sarnia Sting on December 4, Oshawa Generals on December 11 and Sudbury Wolves on December 13. He posted a 3-point effort with a goal and 2 assists on December 30 against the Owen Sound Attack.

Also considered was Sudbury Wolves defender Matthew Mania. Mania appeared in 10 games for the Wolves in December scoring twice and assisting on 10 others. It’s his consistency that impressed the most with points in 7 of his 10 games including a 3-point night against the Niagara IceDogs on December 4 and 2-oint nights against the Barrie Colts on December 10 and Oshawa Generals on December 18.

Draft Eligible Goaltender of the Month – Joey Costanzo – Windsor Spitfires

Our choice for draft eligible goaltender of the month is Joey Costanzo of the Windsor Spitfires. Costanzo started 4 games for the Spits in December winning all 4 contests. He also came in relief for one game stopping all 6 shots he faced in a period. Altogether he stopped 132 of 142 shots he faced for a .930 save-percentage while posting a 2.33 goals-against-average.

Our previous choices were:


Quentin Musty – Sudbury Wolves – December

Quentin Musty – Sudbury Wolves – November

Ryan Abraham – Windsor Spitfires – October


Beau Akey – Sudbury Wolves – December

Brody Crane – London Knights – November

Hunter Brzustewicz – Kitchener Rangers – October


Joey Costanzo – Windsor Spitfires – December

Andrew Oke – Saginaw Spirit – November

Collin MacKenzie – Ottawa 67’s – October

OHL Draft Eligible Statistical Leaders: December

We are officially at the unofficial halfway point of the Ontario Hockey League season. A new year is upon us, OHL Trade Deadline is fast approaching and of course, some midseason National Hockey League Entry Draft rankings are on their way out.

We here are starting our player profiles of the OHL’s draft eligible players. We will continue to put those out until we release our final (and only) draft rankings just prior to the draft.

For today though, and like we do every month, we are going to look at the draft eligible statistical leaders from the OHL. As always, we take great care in compiling stats but you should always refer to the OHL website for official stats.

Points Leaders
Quentin MustySudbury Wolves30113445
Colby BarlowOwen Sound Attack30222143
Luca PinelliOttawa 67’s32142337
Calem MangoneSaginaw Spirit34112031
Denver BarkeyLondon Knights3292231
Carson RehkopfKitchener Rangers31181230
Colton SmithWindsor Spitfires31131629
Coulson PitreFlint Firebirds32131629
Kocha DelicSudbury Wolves23111829
Matthew SotoKingston Frontenacs32111829
Goal Scoring Leaders
Colby BarlowOwen Sound Attack30220.73
Carson RehkopfKitchener Rangers31180.58
Brady StonehouseOttawa 67’s32170.53
Dalyn WakelyNorth Bay Battalion35170.49
Brad GardinerOttawa 67’s32160.50
Alex PharandSudbury Wolves32150.47
Luca PinelliOttawa 67’s32140.44
Spencer SovaErie Otters32140.44
Max NamestnikovGuelph Storm34140.41
Carey TerranceErie Otters32140.44
Assist Leaders
Quentin MustySudbury Wolves30341.13
Hunter BrzustewiczKitchener Rangers31250.81
Luca PinelliOttawa 67’s32230.72
Denver BarkeyLondon Knights32220.69
Colby BarlowOwen Sound Attack30210.70
Beau AkeyBarrie Colts30200.67
Brody CraneLondon Knights32200.63
Lucas MooreHamilton Bulldogs32200.63
Calem MangoneSaginaw Spirit34200.59
Quinton BurnsKingston Frontenacs33190.58
Defencemen Point Leaders
Spencer SovaErie Otters32141428
Hunter BrzustewiczKitchener Rangers3122527
Beau AkeyBarrie Colts3062026
Oliver BonkLondon Knights3271623
Lucas MooreHamilton Bulldogs3222022
Chas SharpeMississauga Steelheads3441620
Quinton BurnsKingston Frontenacs3311920
Tristan BertucciFlint Firebirds3031619
Matthew ManiaSudbury Wolves3141418
Nicholas DeAngelisWindsor Spitfires3311617
Plus/Minus Leaders
Luca D’AmatoOshawa Generals34+23
Coulson PitreFlint Firebirds32+22
Luca PinelliOttawa 67’s32+20
Brady StonehouseOttawa 67’s32+19
Brody CraneLondon Knights32+18
Nicholas DeAngelisWindsor Spitfires33+18
Wyatt KennedyNorth Bay Battalion35+16
Colby BarlowOwen Sound Attack30+15
Kocha DelicSudbury Wolves23+14
Quentin MustySudbury Wolves23+14
Penalty Minutes Leaders
Quinton BurnsKingston Frontenacs33702.12
Djibril ToureBarrie Colts29642.21
Connor ClattenburgSoo Greyhounds28622.21
Angus MacDonellSarnia Sting32601.88
Ryder McIntyreOshawa Generals29521.79
Faceoff Leaders (minimum 230 faceoffs)
Michael PodolioukhNiagara IceDogs2423112955.8
Ethan LarmandSudbury Wolves2836920555.6
Calum RitchieOshawa Generals3144123954.2
Denver BarkeyLondon Knights3241322253.8
Alex PharandSudbury Wolves3227614853.6
Ryan AbrahamWindsor Spitfires2132217253.4
Ethan HayFlint Firebirds3447425253.2
Easton WainwrightSarnia Sting3432217153.1
Brad GardinerOttawa 67’s3241321852.8
Noah MorneauWindsor Spitfires3041121251.6
Pano FimisNiagara IceDogs2855328451.4
Shots On Goal Leaders
Colby BarlowOwen Sound Attack30139
Spencer SovaErie Otters32124
Quentin MustySudbury Wolves30120
Brady StonehouseOttawa 67’s32112
Carey TerranceErie Otters32107
Goaltenders Leaders – Goals Against Average
Colin MacKenzieOttawa 67’s10535171.91
Marcus VandenbergKitchener Rangers10469232.94
Joey CostanzoWindsor Spitfires15744372.98
Charlie SchenkelSoo Greyhounds14819413.00
Brayden GillespieGuelph Storm7414213.04
Andrew OkeSaginaw Spirit9498263.13
Mason VaccariKingston Frontenacs12688363.14
Zach BowenLondon Knights10507273.20
Goaltending Leaders – Save Percentage
Colin MacKenzieOttawa 67’s102322150.927
Marcus VandenbergKitchener Rangers102602370.912
Charlie SchenkelSoo Greyhounds144654240.912
Mason VaccariKingston Frontenacs123913550.908
Anson ThorntonBarrie Colts196605980.906
Joey CostanzoWindsor Spitfires153943570.906
Liam SztuskaPeterborough Petes82592320.896
Zach BowenLondon Knights102582310.895

Colby Barlow – Owen Sound Attack – Player Profile

6’1”187Feb 14/05LWL8th 2021A ProspectCANADA
2019-20GTHL U-15Toronto Marlboros34232447
2020-21 DID NOT PLAY    
2021-22OHLOwen Sound Attack59301747
2022-23OHLOwen Sound Attack29211940
Colby Barlow of the Owen Sound Attack. Photo by Luke Durda/OHL Images

There was never any doubt Colby Barlow could produce offence. He showed just that in the Under-15 and one of the reasons why the Owen Sound Attack selected him with the 8th overall pick at the 2021 Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection. Last season he proved he could do it at the OHL level as a rookie and he’s about to smash those numbers this season and why NHL Central Scouting has him as a first rounder on their Players to Watch List.

Barlow has an interesting skill set and some intriguing tools. He has good size, very good speed and plays physical. All great attributes to have if you want to play in the NHL. But his defensive game? It is NHL ready right now. When you add in his shot and compete level, he just looks like a professional hockey player.

Barlow does have some things that need work on, as do most players in any draft class. He’s not a play driver but more of a complimentary piece. It is rare that he creates his own opportunities, but he always seems to be in the right place at the right time for his teammates. While he breaks up plays in his own end, his transition game can use some work.

While Barlow has an excellent shot that can beat goaltenders, most of his tallies come from the dirty area in close. He’s not dynamic, won’t bring fans out of their seats with rushes but, he gets the job done. He’s not overly adept in the playmaking department and his goals will always out produce his assists.

Sound like a lot of negativities? Maybe. Some of those things can be worked on and improved. But he’s an NHL caliber prospect and a first rounder at that.

Calum Ritchie – Oshawa Generals – Player Profile

6’2”187Jan 21, 2005CR2nd 2021A ProspectCanada
2019-20SCTA U-15Oakville Rangers30203959
2021-22OHLOshawa Generals65192645
2022-23OHLOshawa Generals29101727
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#21 Calum Ritchie – Photo by Brandon Taylor – OHL Images.

Projected on most draft boards coming into the season as a top-10 pick, Calum Ritchie was selected by the Oshawa Generals as a point producer with the second overall pick at the 2021 Ontario Hockey League’s Priority Selection.

Despite being talented and having all the tools to be successful at the next level, the production isn’t where it was expected to be this year and he has probably been passed by other players in public rankings to date. His offensive numbers are good, just not great.

Ritchie has decent size, is strong on his skates and has excellent puck protection skills. His skating is technically sound, has good first step speed and average top speed, very good on his edges but is at his best when he’s going north. He has excellent vision and is capable of making a pass where one isn’t apparent. He has an excellent shot as well but could play a little more selfish.

I think Ritchie’s strongest attribute is his hockey IQ. He thinks the game at a very high level and makes his decisions quickly and they are usually the right decisions. It’s his hockey smarts that make him a top-notch three zone player. He has excellent anticipation skills and an uncanny ability to keep the opposition to the outside.

Ritchie has the tools to play at the NHL level, especially when it comes to the three-zone play. But he’s going to have to raise his offensive output in the second half of the season if he’s going to remain a potential top-10 pick.

OHL’s Draft Eligible Statistical Leaders November 2022

Another month is completed in the Ontario Hockey League so it’s time to look at the statistical leaders among players eligible for the 2023 National Hockey League Entry Draft.

You will find some key players missing and others on the list may surprise, or even shock you. But we are only one-third of the way through the season so this will change no doubt.

As always, we take great care in compiling stats, but we aren’t perfect. Always refer to the OHL website for official stats.  

Points Leaders
Colby BarlowOwen Sound Attack20171431
Luca PinelliOttawa 67’s23121830
Ryan AbrahamWindsor Spitfires2181826
Quentin MustySudbury Wolves2071825
Dalyn WakelyNorth Bay Battalion24141024
Matthew SotoKingston Frontenacs2491524
Denver BarkeyLondon Knights2371724
Calem MangoneSaginaw Spirit2471724
Brady StonehouseOttawa 67’s2312921
Spencer SovaErie Otters22101121
Goal Scoring Leaders
Colby BarlowOwen Sound Attack20170.85
Dalyn WakelyNorth Bay Battalion24140.58
Aidan CastleNiagara IceDogs21120.57
Brady StonehouseOttawa 67’s23120.52
Luca PinelliOttawa 67’s23120.52
Brad GardinerOttawa 67’s23120.52
Alex PharandSudbury Wolves22110.50
Angus MacDonellSarnia Sting24110.46
Spencer SovaErie Otters22100.45
Cooper FosterOttawa 67’s23100.43
Assist Leaders
Quentin MustySudbury Wolves20180.90
Ryan AbrahamWindsor Spitfires21180.86
Luca PinelliOttawa 67’s23180.78
Denver BarkeyLondon Knights23170.74
Calem MangoneSaginaw Spirit24170.71
Hunter BrzustewiczKitchener Rangers21160.76
Matthew SotoKingston Frontenacs24150.63
Colby BarlowOwen Sound Attack20140.70
Lucas MooreHamilton Bulldogs20140.70
Brody CraneLondon Knights23140.61
Defencemen Point Leaders
Spencer SovaErie Otters22101121
Brody CraneLondon Knights2361420
Oliver BonkLondon Knights2351318
Hunter BrzustewiczKitchener Rangers2111617
Chas SharpeMississauga Steelheads2231215
Quinton BurnsKingston Frontenacs2411314
Beau AkeyBarrie Colts204913
Tristan BertucciFlint Firebirds2021113
Nicholas DeAngelisWindsor Spitfires2211213
Thomas SirmanOttawa 67’s234812
Plus/Minus Leaders
Luca D’AmatoOshawa Generals24+21
Luca PinelliOttawa 67’s23+16
Colby BarlowOwen Sound Attack20+15
Coulson PitreFlint Firebirds24+15
Brady StonehouseOttawa 67’s23+14
Wyatt KennedyNorth Bay Battalion24+14
Ethan MiedemaWindsor Spitfires22+12
Kocha DelicSudbury Wolves15+11
Nicholas DeAngelisWindsor Spitfires22+11
Tristan BertucciFlint Firebirds20+10
Penalty Minutes Leaders
Djibril ToureSudbury Wolves19492.58
Angus MacDonellSarnia Sting24482.00
Ryder McIntyreOshawa Generals19462.42
Connor ClattenburgSoo Greyhounds19452.37
Quinton BurnsKingston Frontenacs24441.83
Faceoff Leaders  (minimum 150 faceoffs)
Michael PodolioukhNorth Bay Battalion161699757.4
Noah MorneauWindsor Spitfires1924313756.4
Ethan LarmandSudbury Wolves2230016856.0
Denver BarkeyLondon Knights2330316654.8
Ethan HayFlint Firebirds2431917253.9
Goaltenders Leaders – Goals Against Average
Collin MacKenzieOttawa 67’s8415131.88
Charlie SchenkelSoo Greyhounds14819413.00
Mason VaccariKingston Frontenacs9537283.13
Liam SztuskaPeterborough Petes6363193.14
Goaltending Leaders – Save Percentage
Collin MacKenzieOttawa 67’s81841710.929
Charlie SchenkelSoo Greyhounds145535080.919
Mason VaccariKingston Frontenacs93062780.908
Liam SztuskaPeterborough Petes61891700.899