Storm’s Ryan Merkley named OHL ‘On the Run’ Player of the Week

Toronto, ON – The Ontario Hockey League today announced that 2018 NHL Draft prospect Ryan Merkley of the Guelph Storm is the OHL ‘On the Run’ Player of the Week for the week ending November 12 after scoring one goal with five assists for six points in two games with a plus-minus rating of plus-4.

Ryan Merkley of the Guelph Storm. Photo by Terry Wilson / OHL  Images.
Ryan Merkley of the Guelph Storm. Photo by Terry Wilson / OHL Images.

Merkley becomes the first defenceman to earn the award this season after recording two multi-point performances last week helping the Storm to a pair of victories.  On Friday night he scored once and added an assist as part of a 6-2 win over the North Bay Battalion, then collected a career-high four assists on Sunday as first star of a 5-1 win over the Sudbury Wolves.  The two weekend wins give the Storm three straight lifting them into a second place tie in the OHL’s Midwest Division with 22 points from a 10-7-0-2 record.

A 17-year-old from Mississauga, Ont., Merkley is playing in his second season with the Storm after being chosen first overall in the 2016 OHL Priority Selection and earning OHL Rookie of the Year honours.  The first round candidate in NHL Central Scouting’s October ‘Players to Watch’ list leads the Storm in scoring and is currently second among OHL defencemen with 24 points in 19 games including six goals and 18 assists.

Watch video highlights of Merkley and the Storm against the Battalion and Wolves.

Also considered for the award this week were a pair of Philadelphia Flyers prospects including Matthew Strome of the Hamilton Bulldogs who scored three goals and three assists for six points in two games, and Morgan Frost of the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds with three goals and two assists for five points in two games.  In goal, Justin Fazio of the Sarnia Sting posted a 1-0-1-0 record including a shutout victory making 72 saves for a goals-against-average of 1.98 and save percentage of .926.

2017-18 OHL ‘On the Run’ Players of the Week:

Nov. 6 – Nov. 12: Ryan Merkley (Guelph Storm)

Oct. 30 – Nov. 5: Albert Michnac (Mississauga Steelheads)

Oct. 23 – Oct. 29: Aaron Luchuk (Windsor Spitfires)

Oct. 16 – Oct. 22: Jordan Kyrou (Sarnia Sting)

Oct. 9 – Oct. 15: Brady Hinz (Sarnia Sting)

Oct. 2 – Oct. 8: Nick Suzuki (Owen Sound Attack)

Sept. 25 – Oct. 1: Jonathan Ang (Peterborough Petes)

Sept. 21 – Sept. 24: Michael DiPietro (Windsor Spitfires)

 

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Chiefs’ Anderson-Dolan to Captain Canada at World Under-18 Hockey Championship

Hockey Canada

POPRAD, Slovakia – Jaret Anderson-Dolan (Spokane Chiefs) will wear the ‘C’ on his Team Canada jersey at the 2017 IIHF U18 World Championship in Poprad and Spisska Nova Ves, Slovakia, April 13-23.

Anderson-Dolan will be assisted by Stelio Mattheos (Brandon Wheat Kings) and Maxime Comtois (Victoriaville Tigres).

“We are very excited about our leadership group,” said Darren Rumble (Moncton Wildcats), head coach of Canada’s National Men’s Under-18 Team. “Jaret, Max and Stelio have shown great leadership right from day one. They are excellent competitors on the ice, and super people off the ice.”

Twenty players have been registered to play for Canada when the puck drops on the team’s opening game against Latvia on Thursday at 9:30 a.m. ET. Hockey Canada can add up to three more players to its roster before the playoff round begins on April 20.

“It’s a huge honour; if you look at some of the guys who’ve worn the ‘C’ for Team Canada before, there’s some big names out there,” said Anderson-Dolan about Wednesday’s news. “It’s just an honour to be recognized on this team as one of its leaders. I’m going to do everything I can to represent Canada as best I can and to help us win a gold medal.”

TSN, the official broadcast partner of Hockey Canada, is broadcasting 12 games, including all of Team Canada’s match-ups at the IIHF U18 World Championship. RDS will broadcast 10 games, including Canada’s four preliminary-round games, two quarter-final games, both semifinals, and the bronze- and gold-medal games.

Canada has won seven medals at the IIHF U18 World Championship, including three gold medals (2003, 2008, 2013).

19 CHL PLAYERS ON CANADA’S NATIONAL UNDER-18 TEAM:

Goaltenders:
Alexis Gravel (Halifax Mooseheads)
Jake McGrath (Sudbury Wolves)
Ian Scott (Prince Albert Raiders)

Defencemen:
Josh Brook (Moose Jaw Warriors)
Jocktan Chainey (Halifax Mooseheads)
Jared McIsaac (Halifax Mooseheads)
Ty Smith (Spokane Chiefs)
Jett Woo (Moose Jaw Warriors)

Forwards:
Jaret Anderson-Dolan (Spokane Chiefs)
Maxime Comtois (Victoriaville Tigres)
Ty Dellandrea (Flint Firebirds)
MacKenzie Entwistle (Hamilton Bulldogs)
Liam Hawel (Guelph Storm)
Stelio Mattheos (Brandon Wheat Kings)
Kyle Olson (Tri-City Americans)
Isaac Ratcliffe (Guelph Storm)
Nate Schnarr (Guelph Storm)
Matthew Strome (Hamilton Bulldogs)
Akil Thomas (Niagara IceDogs)

Pre-Tournament Recap:

Game 1: Canada overcame a 3-1 first-period deficit, but ultimately lost its first pre-tournament game by one goal, with Russia besting them 5-4 on Sunday.

  • Isaac Ratcliffe (Guelph Storm) and Matthew Strome (Hamilton Bulldogs) racked up one goal and one assist each, while Ian Scott (Prince Albert Raiders) was between the pipes and made 20 saves.
  • Game Summary

Game 2Canada edged Switzerland 5-4 on Monday to close out its pre-tournament action ahead of the 2017 IIHF U18 World Championship.

  • Stelio Mattheos (Brandon Wheat Kings) recorded a hat-trick in the come-from-behind win, with Maxime Comtois (Victoriaville Tigres) scoring two for the red-and-white.
  • Jacob McGrath (Sudbury Wolves) made 19 saves for Canada.
  • Game Summary

For more information on Hockey Canada and the Program of Excellence, please visit HockeyCanada.ca or follow along via social media on Facebook, Twitter, and Twitter.com/HC_Men.

Canada completes pre-tournament roster with 11 player-additions

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ETOBICOKE, Ont. – Hockey Canada has announced the addition of 11 players to its pre-tournament roster for the 2017 IIHF U18 World Championship in Poprad and Spisska Nova Ves, Slovakia, beginning later this month.

Joining the early roster announced on April 4 are goaltenders Alexis Gravel (Asbestos, Que./Halifax, QMJHL) and Jacob McGrath (Mississauga, Ont./Sudbury, OHL); defencemen Josh Brook (Roblin, Man./Moose Jaw, WHL), Jocktan Chainey (Asbestos, Que./Halifax, QMJHL), Jared McIsaac (Truro, N.S./Halifax, QMJHL) and Jett Woo (Winnipeg/Moose Jaw, WHL); and forwards MacKenzie Entwistle (Georgetown, Ont./Hamilton, OHL), Liam Hawel (Arnprior, Ont./Guelph, OHL), Kyle Olson (Calgary/Tri-City, WHL), Nate Schnarr (Waterloo, Ont./Guelph, OHL), and Matthew Strome (Mississauga, Ont./Hamilton, OHL).

Gravel, Woo, and McIsaac join the six previously-announced under-aged players who are using the pre-tournament camp and games as an opportunity to further develop and gain international experience. Hockey Canada will still have an opportunity to add players to the roster as teams are eliminated in Canadian Hockey League (CHL) playoffs.

The team departs today for Slovakia to continue its training camp and play two pre-tournament games – April 9 in Bratislava versus Russia; and April 10 in Piestany versus Switzerland.

Canada opens the 2017 IIHF U18 World Championship on April 13 against Latvia; it will also play Finland, Slovakia and Switzerland in preliminary-round action. TSN, the official broadcast partner of Hockey Canada, is broadcasting 12 games, including all of Team Canada’s match-ups at the IIHF U18 World Championship. RDS will broadcast 10 games, including Canada’s four preliminary-round games, two quarter-final games, both semifinals, and the bronze- and gold-medal games.

Canada has won seven medals at the IIHF U18 World Championship, including three gold medals (2003, 2008, 2013).

For more information on Hockey Canada and the Program of Excellence, please visit HockeyCanada.ca or follow along via social media on Facebook, Twitter, and Twitter.com/HC_Men.

Matthew Strome – Hamilton Bulldogs – Player Profile

Height: 6’3”

Weight: 203 pounds

Date of birth: January 6, 1999

Hometown: Mississauga, Ontario

Position: Left Wing

Shoots: Left

OHL Draft: Round 1, 8th overall, 2015 Priority Selection

Hamilton Bulldogs power forward Matthew Strome is a graduate of the Toronto Marlboros Minor Midget AAA squad that he captained during the 2014-2015 season in which he scored 23 goals and added 37 assists in 64 games. The Bulldogs selected Strome with the eighth overall pick at the 2015 Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection.

Strome made the Bulldogs’ roster a season ago and as the season progressed, he received top line minutes and top unit powerplay duties. As a rookie, he scored 16 goals and 22 assists in 61 games. He would also represent Canada at the World Hockey Challenge Under-17.

This season began in August for Strome as he once again represented Canada at the Ivan Hlinka Memorial scoring once in four games.

Matthew Strome of the Hamilton Bulldogs. Photo by Terry Wilson / OHL Images.
Matthew Strome of the Hamilton Bulldogs. Photo by Terry Wilson / OHL Images.

Strome is the younger brother of Ryan Strome of the New York Islanders (fifth overall in 2011 NHL Draft) and Dylan Strome of the Erie Otters (third overall by the Arizona Coyotes in 2015). And while the youngest of the three will get selected at the 2017 NHL Draft, he won’t be drafted as high. The lack of similarities doesn’t end there, but they do have some similar traits.

All three siblings arrived in the OHL with the same concern and issue: skating. Ryan and Dylan have made major strides, although for Matthew, it is still a work in progress. That’s not to say he hasn’t improved, he has, but he will need to continue to put in the work and the effort to get where he needs to be. Balance, speed and directionality are the things he can improve on and we are sure he will continue to put in the effort.

The most fitting one-word description for Strome is consistent. There are few players who are more consistent than Strome, not just from game-to-game but from shift-to-shift. He shows that consistency and effort on display not just in the offensive zone, but in all three zones.

Matthew plays a heavier game than his two older brothers. He moves into the hard areas with no hesitation and is always willing to take the hit to make the play. He moves to the front of the net to pounce on loose pucks, drives into corners on the forecheck with physicality and battles along the walls.

Matthew is also a highly intelligent player. He thinks the game at a high level and sees the ice extremely well and is an excellent playmaker. He will play with a shoot first mentality, but if he doesn’t see the shot, he almost always makes the right play for a better opportunity. When his teammates have possession, he’s very adept at putting himself in position and getting into lanes to receive a pass while eluding defenders.

While defending, Matthew reads and anticipates extremely well. He can react quickly to what is developing in front of him and can create turnovers, especially in the neutral zone. Occasionally, he misses on the back check but the effort is there. Once he improves his skating and speed, and if he maintains the effort, he will become more successful at it.

Once he fully develops, Matthew projects to have all the tools to become a solid two-way player at the next level.

Strome was ranked 19th among North American skaters on NHL central Scouting’s mid term rankings in January. On Bob McKenzie’s mid-term rankings, Strome was ranked 29th overall.

Matthew Strome

This is the profile page of Matthew Strome at Elite Prospects

 

OHL Announces Academic Players of the Month for November

Toronto, ON – The Ontario Hockey League today announced the OHL Academic Players of the Month for November, 2016, including forwards Matthew Strome of the Hamilton Bulldogs, Kyle Heitzner of the Barrie Colts, Cade Robinson of the Erie Otters and Hunter Holmes of the Flint Firebirds.

Best of Both Worlds

East Division: 2017 NHL Draft prospect Matthew Strome of the Hamilton Bulldogs is the East Division Academic Player of the Month for November. The 17-year-old native of Mississauga, Ont., has excelled in his Grade 12 University-level studies at Ancaster High School. Strome is currently taking English, Challenge & Change, and Nutrition & Health courses and has achieved excellent results in all three. On the ice, Strome leads the Bulldogs in scoring with 28 points (16-12–28) in 26 games this season. He was Hamilton’s first round (8th overall) pick in the 2015 OHL Priority Selection.

Central Division: Barrie Colts 17-year-old forward Kyle Heitzner is the Central Division Academic Player of the Month for November. Heitzner is currently enrolled in Grade 12 University-level Math, Politics, English and Co-op courses at Innisdale Secondary School and has achieved an average over 85% over all four. The Orillia, Ont., native is described as an excellent student who attends classes on time, participates in class lessons and prepares thoroughly for tests and assignments. The rookie forward currently has two goals on the season, scoring his first in the OHL on September 25th at Ottawa. Heitzner was Barrie’s 11th round (218th overall) pick in 2015.

Midwest Division: Erie Otters rookie forward Cade Robinson is the Midwest Division Academic Player of the Month for November. The 17-year-old native of Jackson, Mich., is excelling in online studies through Michigan Virtual Charter Academy, maintaining a 90% in Chemistry, American Literature, Economics, Geometry and Fine Arts courses. He is described as a hard worker, continually on task, polite and focused. He has recorded one assist through 16 games this season and won’t be eligible for the NHL Draft until 2018. Robinson was Erie’s 11th round (211th overall) pick in the 2016 OHL Priority Selection.

West Division: Flint Firebirds rookie forward Hunter Holmes is the West Division Academic Player of the Month for November. Currently studying French, Business Law, American Literature and Entrepreneurship at Grand Blanc High School, Holmes has maintained an 87% average in his studies as a Grade 11 student. The 16-year-old native of St. Davids, Ont. currently has two goals, five assists and seven points in 25 games this season. He was Flint’s second round (22nd overall) pick in the 2016 OHL Priority Selection.

2016-17 OHL Academic Players of the Month:

East Division:
November – Matthew Strome (Hamilton Bulldogs)
October – Zach Gallant (Peterborough Petes)

Central Division:

November – Kyle Heitzner (Barrie Colts)
October – Jacob Ingham (Mississauga Steelheads)

Midwest Division:

November – Cade Robinson (Erie Otters)
October – Nick Suzuki (Owen Sound Attack)

West Division:

November – Hunter Holmes (Flint Firebirds)
October – Cole Purboo (Windsor Spitfires)

During the 2015-16 season, the OHL centrally administered Scholarship Program facilitated scholarships for 315 OHL graduates attending 57 different academic institutions with a total scholarship payment in excess of $2.9 million.  Click here for more information about ‘OHL Players First’ programs.

OHL’s Draft Eligible Statistical Leaders

It is November 1st and that means the Ontario Hockey League’s first full month of the season is now in the books. While the month ended on Halloween, there are no disguises, but a few surprises.

While we look at the League’s statistical leaders in various categories, remember we look at first time draft eligible players only. Those passed over in previous drafts are not included. For example, Oshawa Generals’ Domenic Commisso sits 18th in scoring with 18 points in 15 games, but because he was passed over at the 2016 National Hockey League Draft, he is not included here but is still eligible for the 2017 Draft.

Owen Tippett of the Mississauga Steelheads and Austen Keating of the Ottawa 67’s lead the scoring race with 18 points apiece. Right behind them sits Matthew Strome of the Hamilton Bulldogs with 17 points. However, it’s Gabriel Vilardi of the Windsor Spitfires, who began the season injured, leads in points per game with 1.56. Vilardi, considered the top prospect from the OHL has 14 points in just 9 games.

Austen Keating of the Ottawa 67's. Photo by Aaron Bell/OHL Images
Austen Keating of the Ottawa 67’s. Photo by Aaron Bell/OHL Images

Another Ottawa 67 leads defencemen in scoring. Noel Hoefenmayer leads the way with 14 points in 15 games. And right there with him is another Mississauga Steelhead in Nicolas Hague with 13 points in 13 games. Adam Thilander of the North Bay Battalion comes in third with 10 points in 15 games.

In goal, Windsor Spitfires’ Michael DiPietro leads in both goals against average and save percentage. His 2.10 GAA and .926 save percentage rank second and third respectively overall in the OHL.

Here are the leaders in various categories:

Points Leaders
Player Team GP G A Pts
Owen Tippett Mississauga 14 13 5 18
Austen Keating Ottawa 15 6 12 18
Matthew Strome Hamilton 14 10 7 17
*Greg Meireles Kitchener 14 4 12 16
Ivan Lodnia Erie 13 8 7 15
Macauley Carson Sudbury 15 7 7 14
Nick Suzuki Owen Sound 15 6 8 14
Gabriel Vilardi Windsor 9 6 8 14
Noel Hoefenmayer Ottawa 15 5 9 14
Nicolas Hague Mississauga 13 8 5 13
Goal Scoring Leaders
Player Team GP G GPG
Owen Tippett Mississauga 14 13 0.93
Matthew Strome Hamilton 14 10 0.71
Ivan Lodnia Erie 13 8 0.62
Nicolas Hague Mississauga 13 8 0.62
Macauley Carson Sudbury 15 7 0.47
Sasha Chmelevski Ottawa 14 7 0.50
MacKenzie Entwistle Hamilton 14 7 0.50
Nate Schnarr Guelph 16 7 0.44
Austen Keating Ottawa 15 6 0.40
Gabriel Vilardi Windsor 9 6 0.67
Assist Leaders
Player Team GP A APG
Greg Meireles Kitchener 14 12 0.86
Austen Keating Ottawa 15 12 0.80
Noel Hoefenmayer Ottawa 15 9 0.60
Gabriel Vilardi Windsor 9 8 0.89
Robert Thomas London 13 8 0.62
Nick Suzuki Owen Sound 15 8 0.53
Ivan Lodnia Erie 13 7 0.54
Brett Neumann Erie 14 7 0.50
Matthew Strome Hamilton 14 7 0.50
Macauley Carson Sudbury 15 7 0.47
Defencemen Point Leaders
Player Team GP G A Pts
Noel Hoefenmayer Ottawa 15 5 9 14
Nicolas Hague Mississauga 13 8 5 13
Adam Thilander North Bay 15 3 7 10
Markus Phillips Owen Sound 15 4 4 8
Tom Hedberg Barrie 12 2 6 8
Eemeli Rasanen Kingston 14 2 6 8
Nick Grima Peterborough 8 2 4 6
Dmitri Samarukov Guelph 15 0 6 6
Plus/Minus Leaders
Player Team GP +/-
Matthew Strome Hamilton 14 +9
Nick Suzuki Owen Sound 15 +9
Nick Grima Peterborough 8 +8
Brett Neumann Erie 14 +7
Owen Tippett Mississauga 14 +7
Macauley Carson Sudbury 15 +7
Ryan McGregor Sarnia 15 +7
Ivan Lodnia Erie 13 +6
Matthew Phillip Niagara 14 +6
Elijah Roberts Kitchener 14 +6
Penalty Minutes Leaders
Player Team GP PIM M/G
Drake Pilon Sudbury 15 28 1.87
Darian Pilon Sudbury 15 26 1.73
Zach Gallant Peterborough 14 25 1.79
Hayden Davis Niagara 14 21 1.50
Carson Edwardson Erie 9 20 2.22
Matthew Strome Hamilton 14 20 1.43
Cole Tymkin London 12 19 1.58
Faceoff Leaders 
Player Team GP FOA FOW %
Nate Schnarr Guelph 12 333 175 52.6
Zach Gallant Peterborough 14 256 133 52.0
Sasha Chmelevski Ottawa 14 225 127 56.4
Jason Willms Barrie 15 232 122 52.6
Jack Studnicka Oshawa 15 199 110 55.3
Morgan Frost Sault Ste Marie 16 194 98 50.5
Nick Suzuki Owen Sound 15 185 94 50.8
Adam Ruzicka Sarnia 15 207 93 44.9
Goaltending Leaders – Goals Against Average
Player Team GP Min GA Avg
Michael DiPietro Windsor 9 542 19 2.10
Matthew Villalta Sault Ste Marie 7 348 16 2.76
Kaden Fulcher Hamilton 12 667 34 3.06
Riler Daniels Owen Sound 4 195 10 3.08
Christian Propp Barrie 6 301 18 3.59
Goaltending Leaders – Save Percentage
Player Team GP SH SVS SV%
Michael DiPietro Windsor 9 257 238 0.926
Kaden Fulcher Hamilton 12 362 328 0.906
Colton Incze Niagara 3 117 106 0.906
Matthew Villalta Sault Ste Marie 7 155 139 0.897
Christian Propp Barrie 6 173 155 0.896

Kitchener Rangers’ Greg Meireles: OHL’s Draft Eligible Player of the Month

Kitchener Rangers’ forward Greg Meireles is our Ontario Hockey League’s draft eligible player of the month for September.

The OHL rookie, a native of Ottawa, Ontario is in his first full season after appearing in 7 games last season for the Rangers.

Greg Meireles of the Kitchener Rangers. Photo by Terry Wilson / OHL Images.
Greg Meireles of the Kitchener Rangers. Photo by Terry Wilson / OHL Images

Meireles played in two games during September scoring once and adding four assist while finishing with a plus three. His lone goal was a power play, game winning goal versus the Flint Firebirds. He also contributed two assists in the contest and was named the games first star. He also contributed two assists in the Rangers victory over the North Bay Battalion.

Also considered were a pair of Hamilton Bulldogs. Goaltender Kaden Fulcher posted a 3-1-0-0 record and a 1.93 goals against average and .946 save percentage. Teammate Matthew Strome has a four game point streak going with two goals and three assists.

2017 OHL’s Draft Eligible Players by Team

Opening week of the Ontario Hockey League season has begun and here you’ll find all the players eligible for the first time for the 2017 National Hockey League Draft.

While there are some top notch players that will have their name’s called in June, It’s not a particularly strong or deep draft class from the O.

Michael DiPietro of the Windsor Spitfires. Photo by Terry Wilson / OHL Images.
Michael DiPietro of the Windsor Spitfires. Photo by Terry Wilson / OHL Images.

On the high end, there is Gabriel Vilardi of the Windsor Spitfires, Owen Tippet and Nicolas Hague of the Mississauga Steelheads and Matthew Strome of the Hamilton Bulldogs to name a few. Standout goaltender Michael DiPietro of the Spitfires has the makeup to push for first round consideration as a goalie.

As for my season prediction, I like Hamilton versus Mississauga in the Eastern Final and London versus Windsor in the Western Final with London defeating Mississauga for the OHL Championship.

Here are the first time draft eligible players

# Rookie Player Pos Team
5 * Chris Cameron D Barrie Colts
7 * Kade Landry D Barrie Colts
8 Lucas Chiodo LW Barrie Colts
12 * Joey Keane D Barrie Colts
15 * Jaden Peca RW Barrie Colts
19 * Jason Willms C Barrie Colts
25 * Kyle Heitzner C Barrie Colts
26 * Tom Hedberg D Barrie Colts
17 Kyle Auger D Barrie Colts
31 Ruan Badenhorst G Barrie Colts
33 * Christian Propp G Barrie Colts
3 * Ryan Martin D Erie Otters
8 * Carson Edwardson C Erie Otters
13 Brett Neumann C Erie Otters
22 Josh Wainman D Erie Otters
27 Ivan Lodnia C Erie Otters
39 * Gera Puddbnyi C Erie Otters
40 * Anand Oberoi G Erie Otters
6 * Samuel Duchesne D Flint Firebirds
9 * Jack Phibbs LW Flint Firebirds
12 * Jake Durham RW Flint Firebirds
5 * Dmitri Samorukov D Guelph Storm
13 * Hanna Quinn D Guelph Storm
14 * Cedric Ralph C Guelph Storm
16 * Nate Schnarr C Guelph Storm
19 Isaac Ratcliffe LW Guelph Storm
20 Albert Michnac C Guelph Storm
22 Liam Stevens LW Guelph Storm
26 Nick Deakin-Poot C Guelph Storm
32 * Anthony Popovich G Guelph Storm
9 * Reilly Webb D Hamilton Bulldogs
11 * Isaac Nurse RW Hamilton Bulldogs
12 * Zachary Johnson LW Hamilton Bulldogs
15 * Fedor Gordeev D Hamilton Bulldogs
18 Matthew Strome LW Hamilton Bulldogs
28 Marian Studenic C Hamilton Bulldogs
44 MacKenzie Entwistle RW Hamilton Bulldogs
33 Kaden Fulcher G Hamilton Bulldogs
6 Jacob Paquette D Kingston Frontenacs
13 * Colin Van Den Hurk D Kingston Frontenacs
19 Jason Robertson LW Kingston Frontenacs
22 * Jakub Brahaney D Kingston Frontenacs
23 * Tyler Burnie RW Kingston Frontenacs
75 * Linus Nyman RW Kingston Frontenacs
77 * Eemeli Rosonen D Kingston Frontenacs
4 Joseph Garreffa C Kitchener Rangers
21 Nick McHugh LW Kitchener Rangers
25 * Alex Peterson D Kitchener Rangers
48 * Cedric Scheimenz C Kitchener Rangers
81 * Dylan Seitz C Kitchener Rangers
88 Greg Meireles RW Kitchener Rangers
98 Elijah Roberts D Kitchener Rangers
34 Luke Richardson G Kitchener Rangers
6 * Ryley Coome D London Knights
15 * Cole Tymkin RW London Knights
24 * Ian Blacker D London Knights
26 * Josh Nelson C London Knights
27 Robert Thomas C London Knights
42 * Jacob Golden D London Knights
80 * Alex Forementon LW London Knights
15 Shaw Boomhower C Mississauga Steelheads
17 * Scoley Dow LW Mississauga Steelheads
18 * Aidan McFarland LW Mississauga Steelheads
28 * Matthew Titus RW Mississauga Steelheads
41 Nicolas Hague D Mississauga Steelheads
74 Owen Tippet RW Mississauga Steelheads
94 * Jeremy Goodwin LW Mississauga Steelheads
3 Ben Jones C Niagara Ice Dogs
5 * Drew Hunter D Niagara Ice Dogs
6 Hayden Davis D Niagara Ice Dogs
16 * Danial Singer C Niagara Ice Dogs
18 * Matthew Philip C Niagara Ice Dogs
19 * Pavel Demin C Niagara Ice Dogs
20 * Ondrej Machala C Niagara Ice Dogs
27 * Cal Davis RW Niagara Ice Dogs
29 * Liam Ham D Niagara Ice Dogs
1 * Colton Incze G Niagara Ice Dogs
2 * Eric Allair D North Bay Battalion
3 Adam Thilander D North Bay Battalion
11 * Daniel Walker LW North Bay Battalion
20 Jacob Ball LW North Bay Battalion
22 Lyle Brady D North Bay Battalion
23 Daniil Vertiy LW North Bay Battalion
24 * Brad Chenier LW North Bay Battalion
27 * Adam McMaster C North Bay Battalion
35 * Mat Woroniuk G North Bay Battalion
3 * Jaimen Allison D Oshawa Generals
4 * Matt Stoia D Oshawa Generals
7 Sullivan Sparkes C Oshawa Generals
15 Kyle MacLean LW Oshawa Generals
17 Renars Krastenbergs LW Oshawa Generals
18 Robbie Burt RW Oshawa Generals
23 Jack Studnicka C Oshawa Generals
38 Kyle Keyser G Oshawa Generals
35 * Barrett Mundell G Oshawa Generals
2 Noel Hoefenmayer D Ottawa 67’s
5 * Andrei Golikov D Ottawa 67’s
9 Austen Keating LW Ottawa 67’s
16 * Ben Evans C Ottawa 67’s
18 Hudson Wilson D Ottawa 67’s
89 Sasha Chmelevski C Ottawa 67’s
5 Sean Durzi D Owen Sound Attack
7 * Zachary Roberts LW Owen Sound Attack
12 * Nick Pryce LW Owen Sound Attack
18 Markus Phillips D Owen Sound Attack
21 Jonah Gadjovich LW Owen Sound Attack
24 * Maksim Sushko RW Owen Sound Attack
37 Nick Suzuki C Owen Sound Attack
2 Cole Fraser D Peterborough Petes
7 Nick Grima D Peterborough Petes
11 Zach Gallant C Peterborough Petes
12 C. J. Clarke RW Peterborough Petes
15 * Nick Isaacson LW Peterborough Petes
23 * Matyas Svoboda LW Peterborough Petes
25 Igor Martynov LW Peterborough Petes
6 * Robert Proner D Saginaw Spirit
7 * Kyle Bollers LW Saginaw Spirit
9 Brady Gilmour C Saginaw Spirit
24 * Brock Hill D Saginaw Spirit
25 Kirill Maksimov RW Saginaw Spirit
49 Cole Coskey RW Saginaw Spirit
91 * Gianluca Fuoco LW Saginaw Spirit
20 * Brendan Bonello G Saginaw Spirit
19 Ryan McGregor LW Sarnia Sting
21 * Adam Ruzicka C Sarnia Sting
23 * Egert Curtis LW Sarnia Sting
27 * Sean Josling RW Sarnia Sting
28 * Kelton Hatcher D Sarnia Sting
30 * Aidan Hughes G Sarnia Sting
7 Anthony DeMeo D Soo Greyhounds
11 Mac Hollowell D Soo Greyhounds
15 Calvin Martin LW Soo Greyhounds
16 Morgan Frost C Soo Greyhounds
21 Connor Timmins D Soo Greyhounds
22 Liam Hawel C Soo Greyhounds
29 * Dougie Newhouse G Soo Greyhounds
31 * Matthew Villalta G Soo Greyhounds
7 Reagan O’Grady D Sudbury Wolves
8 * Conor Ali D Sudbury Wolves
12 Brady Pataki RW Sudbury Wolves
14 * Owen Lane LW Sudbury Wolves
18 Macauley Carson LW Sudbury Wolves
20 * Shane Bulitka LW Sudbury Wolves
22 Ben Garagan C Sudbury Wolves
28 Drake Pilon RW Sudbury Wolves
29 Darian Pilon LW Sudbury Wolves
30 * Drake McGrath G Sudbury Wolves
13 Gabriel Vilardi C Windsor Spitfires
26 * Cole Purboo RW Windsor Spitfires
29 * Jasper Forgrave RW Windsor Spitfires
61 Luke Boka RW Windsor Spitfires
31 * Lucas Patton G Windsor Spitfires
64 Michael DiPietro G Windsor Spitfires