Oshawa leads the way with three invitees, while Ottawa, Mississauga, Guelph and Sault Ste. Marie each had two players invited. Also there’s plenty of minor hockey connections among the OHLers selected.
In a new segment this year, AOHL Podcast Host Jake Jeffrey will take a look back at an OHL draft, highlighting some of the surprises, some of the top picks, and whatever else that particular draft has to offer.
There are 66 major midget teams in Ontario and about 600 players eligible for the Under-18 Draft. Anthony Cirelli, signed as a Free Agent by Oshawa after a year of Major Midget, would have been eligible.
Six OHLers ranked “A” by Central Scouting: Ivan Lodnia, Mackenzie Entwistle, Matthew Strome, Nicolas Hague, Owen Tippett and Gabriel Vilardi.
Around The OHL’s Jake Jeffrey chats with Jeff Marek about the Memorial Cup, NHL Draft, the London Knights
NHL Central Scouting Service, or CSS, released their final rankings before the upcoming NHL Draft, with 58 skaters and 9 goaltenders making the cut.
The Sudbury Wolves selected David Levin from the Don Mills Flyers first overall in the 2015 draft. Here’s how he stacked up against the others. (Photo by Terry Wilson / OHL Images)