The successful team will join the Kitchener Rangers and London Knights, as the only two OHL franchises to host the tournament on more than one occasion.
With eight points in three games, Evgeniy Oksentyuk is the OHL’s player of the week.
It’s been an impressive stretch for London Knights rookie netminder Brett Brochu.
The captain of the Flint Firebirds put upsix goals and 10 points three games, to go along with a plus/minus rating of plus-7.
André Tourigny has already won three medals as an assistant coach at the World Junior Hockey Championship, now he’ll get an opportunity to see what he can do as the man in charge.
As Suzuki adjust to his new team, he’s also been recovering from a serious eye injury that forced him to miss nearly two months earlier this season.
Mason Millman and Ryan Suzuki have been teammates more often than opponents, spending the bulk of their youth on the same London Junior Knights team.