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3 Contents Ontario Hockey League Ontario Hockey League Directory 4 History of the OHL 6 Member Teams Barrie Colts 8 Erie Otters Flint Firebirds 4 Guelph Storm 7 Hamilton Bulldogs Kingston Frontenacs 3 Kitchener Rangers 6 London Knights 9 Mississauga Steelheads 3 Niagara IceDogs 35 North Bay Battalion 38 Oshawa Generals 4 Ottawa 67 s 44 Owen Sound Attack 47 Peterborough Petes 5 Saginaw Spirit 53 Sarnia Sting 56 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 59 Sudbury Wolves 6 Windsor Spitfires 65 Officiating Staff Directory Season in Review Team Standings 7 Scoring Leaders 7 Goaltending Leaders 7 Coaches Poll 73 Goaltender Statistics 74 Player Statistics 76 Historical Season Results 84 Records Team Year-by-Year Records 3 Team Records 37 Individual Records 4 Awards and Trophies Team Trophies 44 Individual Trophies 47 Canadian Hockey League Awards 58 OHL Graduates in the Hall of Fame 59 All-Star Teams All-Star Teams 6 All-Rookie Teams 65 7 OHL Playoffs Robertson Cup 68 OHL Championship Rosters 69 Playoff Records 7 Results 73 Playoff Scoring Leaders 74 Goaltender Statistics 76 Player Statistics 77 OHL Champions photo 8 Memorial Cup History 83 All-Star Teams 84 Trophies 85 Records 86 Ontario teams to win the Memorial Cup 88 NHL Draft Results of the 7 NHL Draft 9 OHL Honour Roll 9 All-Time Coaching Leaders 94 Media Directory OHL Media Policies 95 OHL Media Contacts 96 Media covering the OHL OHL Schedule 98 The 7-8 Ontario Hockey League Information Guide and Player Register is published by the Ontario Hockey League. Editor - Aaron Bell / Photography - OHL Images The information contained in this publication was compiled by the Ontario Hockey League and is provided as a courtesy to the member teams and media and may be used only for personal and editorial purposes. Any commercial use of this publication is prohibited without the prior written consent of the Ontario Hockey League. The OHL Information Guide is published annually by the Ontario Hockey League. Limited print editions from to and to 7-8 are available at $6. per copy including postage and handling. Please send cheque or money order to: Ontario Hockey League, 35 Milner Ave., Suite, Scarborough, Ontario MB 3V4. 3

4 Ontario Hockey League 35 Milner Avenue, Suite, Scarborough, Ontario MB 3V4 Tel: (46) Fax: (46) Staff Directory Commissioner Chairman of the Board Past Chairman Vice-Chairman Secretary-Treasurer Officer at Large Vice-President Sr. Dir. of Hockey Development & Special Events Director of Finance Director of Administration Director of Marketing & Business Development Director of Central Scouting Director of Recruitment Director of Officiating Director of Security Director of Communications Manager, Hockey Operations Manager of Education Services Manager of Video & Web Content Manager of Communications OHL Images Nutrition and Training Consultant Goaltending Consultant Administrative Assistant Officiating Managers Central Scouts David E. Branch Rick Gaetz Dr. Robert Neville Craig Goslin Gord Simmonds Bill Burke Ted Baker Joe Birch Ray Hollowell Herb Morell Kyle Ferguson Darrell Woodley Daniel Broussard Conrad Haché Ken Miller Paul Krotz Darryl Hollowell Christina Laishram Scott Vankoughnett Josh Sweetland Aaron Bell Mark Fitzgerald Rick Wamsley Terry Legenza Brad Beer Ken Cox Ken Miller Matt Parlette Bill Prisniak Leon Stickle Doug Bonhomme Blake Callaghan Tim Cherry John Finlay Kevin Hess Joshua Romano David Belitski Freddie Coccimiglio James Kennedy David Branch Ted Baker Joe Birch Ray Hollowell 4

5 Herb Morell Conrad Haché Darrell Woodley Paul Krotz Standing Committees Competitions Committee Stan Butler (North Bay) Dale DeGray (Owen Sound) George Burnett (Guelph) James Boyd (Ottawa) Officiating Committee Scott Abbott (North Bay) Dale DeGray (Owen Sound) Ken Miller (OHL) Roger Hunt (Oshawa) Matt Parlette (OHL) Business Development Committee Craig Goslin (Saginaw) Steve Horne (Windsor) Matt Newby (Guelph) Trainers Committee Bryan Boyes (Oshawa) Dan LeBold (Kitchener) Andy Brown (Owen Sound) Academic Advisors Committee John Laporte (Windsor) Dave Tennant (Kitchener) Eileen Duffin (Ottawa) Coleen Driscoll (Guelph) Tim Tope (Niagara) Nathan Riek (Flint) Recruitment and Development Committee Steve Staios (Hamilton) James Boyd (Ottawa) Nick Sinclair (Sarnia) Dale DeGray (Owen Sound) 5

6 OHL Historical Timeline 893 Junior Hockey is first played in Ontario. 99 Memorial Cup is presented for the first time to the University of Toronto Schools as the symbol of supremacy in Canadian Junior Hockey. 934 OHA divides Junior category into A and B. J. Ross Robertson Cup is awarded for the first time to St. Michael s College as the Ontario Jr. A champions. 945 The Red Tilson Trophy is awarded for the first time to Doug McMurdy of St. Catharines as the player voted most outstanding during the regular season. Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy is awarded for the first time to Tod Sloan of the St. Michael s Majors as the League s Leading Scorer. 948 The Dave Pinkney Trophy is awarded for the first time to Gil Mayer of Barrie as the goaltender who had the least number of goals scored against at the end of the regular season. 956 Kitchener Greenshirts franchise moves to Peterborough. 958 Hamilton Spectator Trophy is awarded for the first time to St. Catharines as the team finishing first place overall in the regular schedule. 96 Barrie Flyers franchise moves to Niagara Falls. The William Hanley Trophy is awarded for the first time to Bruce Draper of St. Michael s as the League s most gentlemanly player. 96 St. Michael s Majors suspend operations. 963 Guelph franchise moves to Kitchener. 965 London Knights franchise granted. 967 Ottawa 67 s franchise granted. 969 The Max Kaminsky Trophy is awarded for the first time to Ron Plumb of Peterborough as the League s most outstanding defenceman. Rejean Houle is selected by the Montreal Canadiens in the 969 NHL Entry Draft, from the Montreal Jr. Canadiens, making him the first OHL player to be selected first overall. 97 Gilbert Perreault of the Montreal Jr. Canadiens is drafted first over-all by the Buffalo Sabres in the 97 NHL Entry Draft. 97 The Matt Leyden Trophy is awarded for the first time to Gus Bodnar of the Oshawa Generals as the Coach of the Year. The Jim Mahon Memorial Trophy is awarded for the first time to Bill Harris of Toronto as the League s highest scoring right winger. Montreal Jr. Canadiens suspend operations. 97 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds franchise granted. Niagara Falls Flyers franchise moves to Sudbury. The Emms Family Award is presented for the first time to Dennis Maruk of the London Knights as the League s rookie of the year. Billy Harris of the Toronto Marlboros is drafted first overall by the New York Islanders in the 97 NHL Entry Draft. 973 Montreal franchise re-activated and moved to Kingston. Denis Potvin of the Ottawa 67 s is drafted first overall by the New York Islanders in the 973 NHL Entry Draft. 974 League becomes an independent operation from the OHA opening a League administration office and establishing the Commissioner s position. Clarence Tubby Schmalz named the League s first Commissioner. League name changes to the Ontario Major Junior Hockey League. 975 Windsor Spitfires expansion franchise granted. The League is re-aligned into a two division format. The Central Scouting Bureau is established to provide member teams with information about players eligible for the draft. 976 The F.W. Dinty Moore Trophy is awarded for the first time to Mark Locken of Hamilton as the first year goaltender with the best goals against average. St. Catharines franchise moves to Niagara Falls. Hamilton franchise moves to St. Catharines. Rick Green of the London Knights is drafted first over all by the Washington Capitals in the 976 NHL Entry Draft St. Catharines franchise moves to Hamilton. The OHL All Star Game is played for the first time in Sudbury. 977 Dale McCourt of the St. Catharines Fincups is drafted first overall by the Detroit Red Wings in the 977 NHL Entry Draft. 978 Bill Beagan becomes the League s second Commissioner. Hamilton franchise moves to Brantford. Bobby Smith of the Ottawa 67 s is selected first over all by the Minnesota North Stars in the 978 NHL Entry Draft. 979 OMJHL Chairman of the Board Sherwood Bassin is named interim Commissioner following the departure of Beagan. David E. Branch is named Commissioner of the League. 98 The Bobby Smith Trophy is awarded for the first time to Steve Konroyd of Oshawa as the League s scholastic player of the year. Rob Ramage of the London Knights is drafted first overall by the Colorado Rockies in the 979 NHL Entry Draft. 98 Belleville Bulls expansion franchise granted. Cornwall Royals transfer granted (from QMJHL). Jack Ferguson is appointed the League s Director of Central Scouting. 98 Guelph Platers expansion franchise granted. Niagara Falls franchise moves to North Bay. 983 The Leo LaLonde Memorial Trophy is awarded for the first time to Don McLaren of Ottawa as the League s overage player of the year. 984 Brantford franchise moves to Hamilton. 985 Rosters expanded to allow two overage players (from one) 986 OHL All Star Game is replaced with the OHL/QMJHL All-Star Challenge Chris Clifford of the Kingston Canadiens becomes the first goaltender in League history to score a goal. 988 Hamilton franchise moves to Niagara Falls. 989 Toronto franchise moves to Hamilton. Guelph franchise moves to Owen Sound. Bill Long Award is awarded for the first time to Alec Campagnaro for Distinguished Service to the OHL. 99 Detroit Compuware Ambassadors expansion franchise granted. 99 Owen Nolan of the Cornwall Royals is drafted first overall by the Quebec Nordiques in the 99 NHL Entry Draft. 99 Hamilton franchise moves to Guelph. OHL/QMJHL All Star Challenge is replaced by the CHL All Star Challenge 99 Eric Lindros of the Oshawa Generals is drafted first overall by the Quebec Nordiques in the 99 NHL Entry Draft. 99 Cornwall franchise moves to Newmarket. 994 Barrie Colts expansion franchise granted for season. Newmarket franchise moves to Sarnia. Ed Jovanovski of the Windsor Spitfires is drafted first overall by the Florida Panthers in the 994 NHL Entry Draft. 995 The Detroit Jr. Red Wings set an OHL and CHL record for single game attendance when 9,875 fans came to the Joe Louis Arena for their game against Windsor. Bryan Berard of the Detroit Jr. Red Wings is drafted first over- all by the Ottawa Senators in the 995 NHL Entry Draft. 996 Toronto St. Michael s Majors expansion franchise granted for the season Niagara Falls franchise moves to Erie, PA. First CHL Top Prospects Game is played at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto. Barrie Colts set an OHL record for an expansion team with 8 wins and a.477 winning percentage. The League is re-aligned into three divisions to accommodate the expansion Toronto St. Michael s Majors. Brampton Battalion expansion franchise granted for the season. 997 OHL All Star Game returns as the Bell All Star Cup held in Barrie. Ottawa 67 s coach Brian Kilrea sets a CHL record with 757 career victories.

7 Mississauga IceDogs expansion franchise granted for the season. Joe Thornton of the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds is drafted first overall by the Boston Bruins in the 997 NHL Entry Draf 998 Bell All Star Cup hosted by the North Bay Centennials. The League is re-aligned into a two conference, four division format. 999 Bell All-Star Cup hosted by the Sarnia Sting. OHL All-Star Game is hosted by the Mississauga IceDogs. Rosters expanded to allow three overage players. OHL participates in the CHL All-Star Series. Ontario game is hosted by the Guelph Storm. The two-man referee system is adopted by the OHL. North Bay franchise moves to Saginaw, Michigan League division format is realigned to accommodate Saginaw. Rick Nash of the London Knights is drafted first overall by the Columbus Blue Jackets in the NHL Entry Draft. 3 Ottawa 67 s coach Brian Kilrea becomes the first coach in CHL history to win, games. 4 OHL All-Star Classic is hosted by the Peterborough Petes. 5 OHL All-Star Classic is hosted by the Owen Sound Attack. 6 Shootouts implemented to break a tie after overtime. OHL All-Star Classic is hosted by the Belleville Bulls. 7 OHL All-Star Classic is hosted by the Saginaw Spirit. Mississauga IceDogs relocate to St. Catharines and become the Niagara IceDogs. Toronto St. Michael s Majors relocate to Mississauga and become the Mississauga St. Michael s Majors. Patrick Kane of the London Knights is selected first overall by the Chicago Black Hawks in the 7 NHL Entry Draft. 8 OHL All-Star Classic hosted by the S. S. Marie Greyhounds. Steven Stamkos of the Sarnia Sting is selected first overall by the Tampa Bay Lightning in the 8 NHL Entry Draft. 9 OHL All-Star Classic is hosted by the Windsor Spitfires. John Tavares of the London Knights is selected first overall by the New York Islanders in the 9 NHL Entry Draft. Brian Kilrea retires as coach of the Ottawa 67 s. All players must wear neck guards. OHL now defines rookies as first year players in their 6 or 7-yearold birth years. OHL All-Star Classic is hosted by the Kingston Frontenacs. Taylor Hall of the Windsor Spitfires is selected first overall in the NHL Entry Draft by the Edmonton Oilers. Nail Yakupov of the Sarnia Sting is selected first overall in the NHL Entry Draft by the Edmonton Oilers. 3 Brampton Battalion franchise relocates to North Bay to become the North Bay Battalion. 4 Aaron Ekblad of the Barrie Colts is the first overall pick of the Florida Panthers in the NHL Draft in Philadelphia, PA. 5 Belleville Bulls franchise relocates to Hamilton to become the Hamilton Bulldogs. Plymouth Whalers franchise relocates to Flint, Michigan to become the Flint Firebirds. Connor McDavid of the Erie Otters is the first overall pick of the Edmonton Oilers in the NHL Draft in Sunrise, Florida. 6 OHL introduces 3-on-3 overtime format. 7 OHL introduces inaugural Under-8 Priority Selection. Erie Otters became first team in OHL history to record four consecutive 5 win seasons. 7

8 Barrie Colts Barrie Molson Centre 555 Bayview Drive, Barrie, Ontario L4N 8Y Phone: Fax: Team Directory Governor and President General Manager and Head Scout Head Coach Assistant Coaches Director of Goaltending Assistant General Manager Assistant General Manager - U.S. Director of Player Personnel Director of Prospect Development Scouts Head Equipment Manager Head Athletic Therapist VP Business Dev. & Marketing Mgr of Commnity and Game Day Ops. Marketing and Sales Hockey Administrator Academic Advisor Club Physician Club Dentist Club Surgeon Team Information Howie Campbell Jason Ford Dale Hawerchuk Todd Miller Jan Platil Billy Smith Rob Stewart Ike Rhodes Frank Carnevale Chris Morrison Paul Dionne Marc Bissonnette Ed Stanisz Gary Biggs Clayton Johns Jimmy McKnight Jim Payetta Brad Terry Melissa Hamilton Lorraine Smith Chris Cundmore Dr. Ian Maxwell Georgian Mall Family Dental Dr. Gord Crawford Home Arena: Barrie Molson Centre Capacity: 4,95 Dimensions: x 85 Box Office: Arena Phone: x 46 Arena Manager: Robin Groves Press Box Location: Upper North side Team Colours: Blue, Red & Gold Training Camp: Barrie Molson Centre Howie Campbell Jason Ford Dale Hawerchuk Ryan Suzuki 8

9 Franchise Record Expansion franchise granted May 6, 994 SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6-7 Barrie Colts th (Central) 5-6 Barrie Colts st (Central) 4-5 Barrie Colts st (Central) 3-4 Barrie Colts nd (Central) -3 Barrie Colts st (Central) - Barrie Colts nd (Central) - Barrie Colts th (Central) 9- Barrie Colts st (Central) 8-9 Barrie Colts rd (Central) 7-8 Barrie Colts th (Central) 6-7 Barrie Colts st (Central) 5-6 Barrie Colts nd (Central) 4-5 Barrie Colts nd (Central) 3-4 Barrie Colts rd (Central) -3 Barrie Colts rd (Central) - Barrie Colts nd (Central) - Barrie Colts th (Central) 999- Barrie Colts st (Central) Barrie Colts st (Central) Barrie Colts nd (Central) Barrie Colts rd (Central) Barrie Colts th (Central) Franchise Totals, ,733 5,54 4,84 Pct..58 Team Records SEASON Team Most Points (9-) 6 Most Goals (998-99) 343 Most Goals Against (-) 348 Fewest Goals Against (3-4) 7 Individual Most Goals Bryan Cameron (9-) 53 Most Assists Kevin Labanc (5-6) 88 Most Points Kevin Labanc (5-6) 7 Best GAA Paulo Colaiacovo (3-4).34 GAME Most Goals 5 Andreas Athanasiou (Feb. 3, 4 at Niagara IceDogs) Most Assists 6 Steven Beyers (Dec. 8, vs Owen Sound Attack) Most Points 7 Andreas Athanasiou (Feb. 3, 4 at Niagara IceDogs) Most Power-Play Goals 3 Jan Bulis (Feb., 996 vs. Ottawa), Ryan Hamilton (Feb. 7, 6 at Sudbury), Tomas Marcinko (Oct. 3, 7 at Saginaw), Aaron Ekblad (Jan., 4 vs Kingston), Brendan Lemieux (Nov. 4, 3 vs Sudbury) Most Shorthanded Goals Mike Henderson (Feb. 6, vs. Mississauga), Nick Smith (Nov. 4, 998 vs. Sudbury) Fastest Opening Goal : Tim Verbeek (Nov., 999 at Owen Sound) Fastest Period Goal :7 Ryan Hamilton (Dec., 5 at Erie), Steven Beyers (Dec., vs Niagara) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :8 Sheldon Keefe (October 6, 999 at Plymouth, 3rd period) Fastest Three Goals by One Player 6:54 Joseph Blandisi (Feb., 5 at Sudbury Wolves) INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS 6-7 Most Goals 3 Roy Radke (Mar., 7 at North Bay) Most Assists 3 Kade Landry (Nov. 4, 6 vs Hamilton), Lucas Chiodo (Oct. 8, 6 vs Kitchener), Anthony Stefano (Mar., 7 vs North Bay), Zachary Magwood (Nov. 7, 6 vs Sudbury), Justin Murray (Sep. 5, 6 at Ottawa Most Points 5 Zachary Magwood (Nov. 7, 6 vs Sudbury) Most Power-Play Goals Kirill Nizhnikov (Mar., 7 vs North Bay) Most Shorthanded Goals 9 times Fastest Opening Goal :4 Ben Hawerchuk (Jan. 7, 7 at Mississauga) Fastest Period Goal :8 Cordell James (Sep. 5, 6 at Ottawa) Fastest Two Goals by One Player 3:33 Roy Radke (Oct. 8, 6 at Niagara) Fastest Three Goals by One Player 5:8 Roy Radke (Mar., 7 at North Bay) Longest Point Scoring Streak (Games) 8 Lucas Chiodo (Jan., 7 to Jan. 9, 7. 5G, 5A) Longest Goal Scoring Streak (Games) 4 Anthony Stefano (Oct. 5, 6 to Oct. 7, 6. 5G, 5A) Lucas Chiodo (Jan. 7, 7 to Jan. 5, 7. 4G, 4A) 9

10 Barrie Colts 7 OHL Priority Selections RD NO NAME 6-7 CLUB POS HT WT BIRTHDATE Suzuki, Ryan London Knights Minor Midget AAA C /8/ 3 Allensen, Nate Waterloo Wolves Minor Midget AAA LD /3/ 3 56 Greaves, Calvin Cambridge Hawks Minor Midget AAA G /3/ 4 6 Hill, Mathew Toronto Jr. Canadiens Minor Midget AAA LD // 5 8 LePage, Connor Toronto Titans Minor Midget AAA RW /9/ 6 Fleming, Peter London Knights Minor Midget AAA RW /6/ 9 6 Charlebois, Alexandre Cumberland Grads Midget AAA RD /5/ 98 Fedak, Liam Brampton 45s Minor Midget AAA C /4/ Howe, Joe Toronto Jr. Canadiens Minor Midget AAA G /4/ Pringle, Evan Markham Majors Minor Midget AAA C 6. 7 /9/ 3 4 Japchen, Greg Philadelphia Jr. Flyers 6U LD /7/ 3 44 Johnson, Jeffrey Barrie Jr. Colts Minor Midget AAA LD /7/ 4 6 Schaly, Payton Barrie Jr. Colts Minor Midget AAA RW /4/ 5 8 Arsenault, Noah Halton Hills Hurricanes Minor Midget AAA RD // Under-8 Priority Selection Hadfield, Victor Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs Midget AAA LD // Charleson, Pierce Barrie Jr. Colts Midget AAA G /7/ 3 4 Degazon, Josiah Mississauga Rebels Midget AAA RW /9/ 4 6 Petricca, Massimo Mississauga Rebels Midget AAA C // Breckles, Jacob Richmond Hill Coyotes Major Midget LD 5. 3 /6/ CHL Import Draft Svechnikov, Andrei Muskegon Lumberjacks RW /6/ Head Coach Dale Hawerchuk Born: April 4, 963, Toronto, Ontario Coaching Record Year Club GP W L OTL SL PTS Finish - Barrie Colts th (Central) - Barrie Colts nd (Central) -3 Barrie Colts st (Central) 3-4 Barrie Colts nd (Central) 4-5 Barrie Colts st (Central) 5-6 Barrie Colts st (Central) 6-7 Barrie Colts th (Central) OHL Totals Pct..58 Coaching History Bert Templeton, to ; Bill Stewart, 999-; Bud Stefanski, - to 3-4, Marty Williamson 4-5 to 9-, Dale Hawerchuk - to date. 6-7 Team Record W L OTL SL Overall Record: Home Record: Road Record: 7 4 Overtime Record: 5 7 vs. East Division Opponents 5 3 vs. Central Division Opponents vs. West Division Opponents 3 6 vs. Midwest Division Opponents September Record October Record 4 7 November Record 8 December Record 5 January Record February Record March Record 7 Playoff Record: W L OTL SL vs. Erie vs. Flint vs. Guelph vs. Hamilton 3 vs. Kingston 3 vs. Kitchener vs. London vs. Mississauga 3 vs. Niagara 4 vs. North Bay 3 vs. Oshawa 3 vs. Ottawa vs. Owen Sound 5 vs. Peterborough vs. Saginaw vs. Sarnia vs. Sault Ste. Marie vs. Sudbury 6 vs. Windsor

11 Erie Otters Erie Insurance Arena East 8th Street, Erie, Pennsylvania 653 Phone: Fax: Team Directory Governor Chief Operating Officer General Manager Head Coach Associate Coach Assistant Coach Head Trainer Equipment Manager Player Development Coordinator Player Development Associate Director of Evaluation Co-Directors of Scouting Scouts Ex. Ass. to the C.O.O. & Dir. of Admin. Director of Sales Dir of Broadcasting and Media Relations Director of Game Day Operations Merchandise Manager Front Office Manager Sales Executive/Operations Accountant Academic Advisor Medical Provider Team Information Jim Waters Roy Mlakar Dave Brown Chris Hartsburg B.J. Adams Wes Wolfe Andrew Kupniewski Steve Tuholski Ryan Berard Jason Barron Mark Nelson Devin Brown Mike Battah Walt Wingfield, Rob Alderman, Tim Wilson, Brad Gauld, Mark Fera, Matt Chalmers, Jeff Richards Jaime Cieszynski Paul Pilatowski Aaron Cooney Andrew Schacht Mike Johnson Darcie Chabola R.J. Niedzwiecki Matt Habursky Jaime Cieszynski UPMC Home Arena Erie Insurance Arena Capacity 6,833 Dimensions x 85 Box Office Phone Arena Manager Ray Williams Arena Phone Media Room North end, ice level Press Box Location Club Level - 34 Team Colours Blue, Gold and White Training Camp Erie, PA Jim Waters Dave Brown Chris Hartsburg Emmett Sproule

12 Erie Otters Franchise Record See page for complete franchise records SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6-7 Erie Otters st (Midwest) 5-6 Erie Otters st (Midwest) 4-5 Erie Otters st (Midwest) 3-4 Erie Otters nd (Midwest) -3 Erie Otters th (Midwest) - Erie Otters th (Midwest) - Erie Otters rd (Midwest) 9- Erie Otters th (Midwest) 8-9 Erie Otters rd (Midwest) 7-8 Erie Otters th (Midwest) 6-7 Erie Otters th (Midwest) 5-6 Erie Otters th (Midwest) 4-5 Erie Otters th (Midwest) 3-4 Erie Otters th (Midwest) -3 Erie Otters th (Midwest) - Erie Otters st (Midwest) - Erie Otters st (Midwest) 999- Erie Otters st (Midwest) Erie Otters rd (Midwest) Erie Otters th (West) Erie Otters th (Central) Totals, ,54 5,8 5, Pct..58 Team Records SEASON Team Most Points (3-4) 6 Most Goals (976-77) 438 Most Goals Against (979-8) 398 Fewest Goals Against (3-4) 7 Individual Most Goals Mike Bullard (79-8) 66 Mike Millar (84-85) Most Assists Bryan Fogarty (988-89) 8 Most Points Bryan Fogarty (988-89) 55 Best G.A.A. Adam Munro (-).3 GAME Most Goals 6 Colin Miller (Oct 3, 988 vs North Bay) Most Assists 6 Steve Hazlett (Jan 3, 978 vs Windsor), Steve Locke (Oct 3, 988 vs North Bay), Bryan Fogarty (Jan, 989 at North Bay) Most Points 8 Bryan Fogarty (Nov, 988 at Sby, Jan, 989 at NB) Most Powerplay Goals 3 Scott Vanderburgh (979-8), Daryl Evans (98-8), Mike Millar (983-84), Colin Miller and Stan Drulia (988-89), Connor Brown (3-4) Most Shorthanded Goals 3 Mike Hoffman (Dec 6, 98 vs Guelph) Fastest Opening Goal : Denis Houle (Nov vs. Toronto), Shawn McCosh (Jan vs Windsor), Brad Bonello (Nov. 5 3 vs. Owen Sound) Fastest Period Goal :5 Rob Street (Dec 6, 975 vs Kitchener - nd period) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :4 Rick Pickersgill (Jan 9, 983 vs Kingston - nd period) Fastest Three Goals by One Player :6 Stan Drulia (Oct 3, 988 vs North Bay - 3rd period) INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS 6-7 Most Goals 3 Alex DeBrincat (Nov. 9, 6 vs Mississauga), Taylor Raddysh (Nov. 9, 6 vs Mississauga), Anthony Cirelli (Mar. 3, 7 vs Niagara) Most Assists 4 Dylan Strome (Nov. 9, 6 vs Mississauga and Feb. 5, 7 at Barrie), Taylor Raddysh (Oct. 5, 6 vs London) Most Points 5 Alex DeBrincat (Nov. 5, 6 vs Kitchener, Feb. 4, 7 at Ottawa and Nov. 9, 6 vs Mississauga), Dylan Strome (Nov. 9, 6 vs Mississauga and Feb. 5, 7 at Barrie), Taylor Raddysh (Nov. 9, 6 vs Mississauga) Most Power-Play Goals Kyle Pettit (Oct. 5, 6 vs London and Nov. 4, 6 at Mississauga) Alex DeBrincat (Mar. 5, 7 at Niagara and Feb. 5, 7 at Kingston) Taylor Raddysh (Oct. 9, 6 at Niagara and Nov. 8, 6 at Saginaw) Most Shorthanded Goals 8 times Fastest Opening Goal :3 Taylor Raddysh (Feb., 7 vs Saginaw) Fastest Period Goal :5 Taylor Raddysh (Nov. 8, 6 at Saginaw) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :49 Alex DeBrincat (Feb. 5, 7 at Kingston) Fastest Three Goals by One Player 4:7 Anthony Cirelli (Mar. 3, 7 vs Niagara) Longest Point Scoring Streak (Games) 7 Alex DeBrincat (Jan. 4, 7 to Mar. 8, 7. 3G, 3A) Longest Goal Scoring Streak (Games) 9 Alex DeBrincat (Jan. 4, 7 to Mar., 7. 6G, 6A)

13 7 OHL Priority Selections RD NO NAME 6-7 CLUB POS HT WT BIRTHDATE Sproule, Emmett Grey-Bruce Highlanders Minor Midget AAA C /9/ 5 Sellan, Brendan Vaughan Kings Minor Midget AAA LW /3/ 6 Kischnick, Brendan Oakland Jr. Grizzlies 6U RD /7/ 7 4 Hoffman, Brendan Toronto Jr. Canadiens Minor Midget AAA RW 6. 8 /9/ 8 6 Shimizu, Joshua Nepean Raiders Midget AAA LW /4/ Schroeder, Kyle Chicago Mission 6U C /5/ 9 Loudfoot, Thomas Clarington Toros Minor Midget AAA G /5/ Dobson, Connor Nepean Raiders Midget AAA LD /5/ 39 Cooper, Mark Cambridge Hawks Minor Midget AAA LD // 4 Trolley, Curtis Peterborough Petes Minor Midget AAA C /8/ 3 6 Gillard, Marcus Southern Tier Admirals Minor Midget AAA LD /5/ 4 8 Miele, Michael Blyth Academy South (Burl.) Bruins U6 C /5/ 5 3 Bernard, Jackson Chicago Mission 5U G /3/ Under-8 Priority Selection Giannini, Matthew Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs Midget AAA RW /5/ 4 Carraretto, Anthony Toronto Nationals Midget AAA LW /5/ 3 6 Anderson, William Kemptville 73s Midget AAA G // 4 8 Vaughan, Jayden Toronto Jr. Canadiens Midget AAA LW // 5 96 Miller, Evan Niagara North Stars Midget AAA C /7/ CHL Import Draft 57 Patry, Stephane Geneve-Servette Jr. LW 5. 6 /8/ Head Coach Chris Hartsburg Born: May 3, 98 in Edina, MN Coaching Record Year Club GP W L OTL SL PTS Finish No OHL Coaching Record. Coaching History Bert Templeton, ; Bert Templeton and Dave Draper ; Dave Draper ; Ron Carroll 979-8; Ron Carroll, Dave Draper and Ken Gratton 98-8; Bep Guidolin and Dave Draper, 98-8; Dave Draper to ; Dave Draper and Bill LaForge, ; Bill LaForge to ; Bill LaForge and George Burnett, 989-9; George Burnett, 99-9 to 99-9; Larry Marson, 99-93; Larry Marson, Randy Hall and Chris Johnstone, ; Chris Johnstone, to ; Chris Johnstone and Dale Dunbar, ; Dale Dunbar, ; Paul Theriault, ; Dave MacQueen, 999- to 5-6; Peter Sidorkiewicz 6-7 to 7-8; Robbie Ftorek 7-8 to -3, Kris Knoblauch -3 to 6-7; Chris Hartsburg 7-8 to date. 6-7 Team Record W L OTL SL Overall Record: 5 5 Home Record: 3 Road Record: 3 Overtime Record: 3 vs. East Division Opponents 8 vs. Central Division Opponents 3 vs. West Division Opponents 3 5 vs. Midwest Division Opponents 6 7 September Record October Record November Record 9 December Record 5 January Record 3 February Record March Record 6 3 Playoff Record: 6 6 W L OTL SL vs. Barrie vs. Flint 4 vs. Guelph 4 vs. Hamilton vs. Kingston vs. Kitchener 4 vs. London 4 vs. Mississauga 4 vs. Niagara 4 vs. North Bay vs. Oshawa vs. Ottawa vs. Owen Sound 4 vs. Peterborough vs. Saginaw vs. Sarnia 3 vs. Sault Ste. Marie vs. Sudbury vs. Windsor 3 3

14 Flint Firebirds Dort Federal Event Center, 35 Lapeer Road, Flint, MI 4853 Phone: (8) 74-4 Fax: (8) Team Directory Governor Rolf Nilsen President Costa Papista Vice-President Terry Christensen General Manager Barclay Branch Asst GM and Dir. of Player Development Joe Stefan Head Coach Ryan Oulahen Associate Coach Paul Flache Assistant/Video Coach Scott MacDonald Goalie Coach Greg Stefan Athletic Trainer Alex Covers Equipment Manager Mike Hildenbrand Head Strength and Conditioning Coach James Malechek Head Scout Dave McParlan Scouts Joe McCann, Kyle Branch, Mike Oliverio, Derek Langlois, Tom Watson, Garrett Rutledge Director of Business Operations Monika Kronenberger Dir of Community Rel. and Marketing Susana Wight Dir of Broadcasting and Coms. Dominic Hennig Academic Advisor Nathan Riek Head Team Physician Dr. James Walter, MD Head Orthopedic Physician Dr. Matthew C. Sardelli, MD Team Chiropractor Dr. Christine Hanczaryk, DC Club Dentist Dr. Mark Knight, DDS Team Information Home Arena Dort Federal Event Center Dimensions of Rink x85 Capacity 4,4 Box Office Phone (8) Arena Phone (8) Press Box (8) Team Colours Navy Blue, White, Orange and Silver 4 Rolf Nilsen Barclay Branch Ryan Oulahen Ethan Keppen

15 Franchise Record See page for complete franchise records SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6-7 Flint Firebirds th (West) 5-6 Flint Firebirds th (West) 4-5 Plymouth Whalers th (West) 3-4 Plymouth Whalers th (West) -3 Plymouth Whalers st (West) - Plymouth Whalers st (West) - Plymouth Whalers rd (West) 9- Plymouth Whalers nd (West) 8-9 Plymouth Whalers nd (West) 7-8 Plymouth Whalers th (West) 6-7 Plymouth Whalers st (West) 5-6 Plymouth Whalers st (West) 4-5 Plymouth Whalers nd (West) 3-4 Plymouth Whalers nd (West) -3 Plymouth Whalers st (West) - Plymouth Whalers st (West) - Plymouth Whalers st (West) 999- Plymouth Whalers st (West) Plymouth Whalers st (West) Plymouth Whalers nd (Western) Totals, ,64 4,865 4,46 Pct..598 Team Records SEASON Team Most Points (998-99) 6 Most Goals (99-93) 336 Most Goals Against (99-9) 378 Fewest Goals Against (998-99; -) 6 Individual Most Goals Chad LaRose (-3) 6 Most Assists Kevin Brown (99-93) 9 Most Points Bob Wren (99-93) 45 Best GAA Robert Holsinger (998-99).8 GAME Most Goals 5 Kevin Brown (Dec., 993 vs. Niagara Falls), Kole Sherwood (Jan., 7 at Saginaw) Most Assists 6 Pat Peake (Mar. 7, 993 vs. Windsor) Most Points 8 Kevin Brown (Dec., 993 vs. Niagara Falls) Most Powerplay Goals 3 Mark Lawrence (Sept. /9 at Kingston); Kevin Brown (Oct. 8/9 vs. Ottawa); Bob Wren (Feb. 8/93 vs. London); Eric Gooldy (Jan 9/99 vs. Belleville); James Wisniewski (Nov. / vs. London); Tom Sestito (Feb. /7 vs Erie) Most Shorthanded Goals Sean Haggerty (3 times), Mark Cadotte (Sept. 6, 997 vs. London) Fastest Opening Goal :7 Jamie Devane (Mar. 8, at Kitchener) Fastest Period Goal :7 Jamie Devane (Mar. 8, at Kitchener) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :8 Pat Barton (March 5, 99 at Windsor - 3rd period) Fastest Three Goals by One Player :3 Justin Williams (Feb. 5, vs. Guelph - st period) INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS 6-7 Most Goals 5 Kole Sherwood (Jan., 7 at Saginaw) Most Assists 4 Ryan Moore (Jan., 7 at Saginaw), Mathieu Henderson (Oct., 6 vs Sarnia) Most Points 7 Kole Sherwood (Jan., 7 at Saginaw) Most Power-Play Goals 45 times Most Shorthanded Goals times Fastest Opening Goal :8 Luke Kirwan (Nov., 6 vs Windsor) Fastest Period Goal :5 Nicholas Caamano (Nov. 8, 6 vs Owen Sound) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :44 Kole Sherwood (Feb. 6, 7 at Saginaw) Fastest Three Goals by One Player 3:44 Kole Sherwood (Jan., 7 at Saginaw) Longest Point Scoring Streak (Games) 4 Kole Sherwood (Dec. 3, 6 to Feb., 7. 4G, 4A) Longest Goal Scoring Streak (Games) 7 Ryan Moore (Sep. 4, 6 to Oct. 4, 6. 8G, 8A) 5

16 Flint Firebirds 7 OHL Priority Selections RD NO NAME 6-7 CLUB POS HT WT BIRTHDATE Keppen, Ethan Toronto Nationals Minor Midget AAA LW // 3 Gretz, Marcus Detroit Belle Tire 6U LD // 8 Cavallin, Luke Kemptville 73s Midget AAA G /9/ 3 49 Burridge, Jeff London Knights Minor Midget AAA RW /3/ 4 67 Pilon, Zack Athens Aeros RD /8/ 4 73 McEachern, Tanner Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs Minor Midget AAA C // 4 76 Uens, Zachary Quinte Red Devils Minor Midget AAA LD /3/ 7 8 Harris, Kyle Toronto Marlboros Minor Midget AAA C // 7 38 Palandra, Michael Toronto Nationals Minor Midget AAA RD // 8 49 Pitre, Aidan Sun County Panthers Minor Midget AAA G // 9 69 Houston, Joshua Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs Minor Midget AAA C // 89 Winterton, Jacob Ajax-Pickering Raiders Minor Midget AAA LW /9/ 9 Fontyn, Grant Toronto Marlboros Minor Midget AAA LW // 3 49 Stayshyn, Matthew Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs Minor Midget AAA RD // 4 69 Dafonseca, Charlie Markham Waxers Minor Midget AAA C /9/ 5 89 Tremblay, Gage Detroit Belle Tire 5U C /5/ Under-8 Priority Selection 9 White, James Central Ontario Wolves Midget AAA LW /5/ 9 Pearson, Kaleb Huron-Perth Lakers Major Midget AAA RW /5/ 3 49 Gaetz, Scotty Toronto Marlboros Midget AAA RD /3/ Chappelle, Kailem Cambridge Hawks Midget AAA G /8/ 5 88 Lund, Calder Mississauga Rebels Midget AAA LD //999 CHL Import Draft 5 Alexandrov, Nikita Balashikha HC MVD D /8/999 Head Coach Ryan Oulahen Born: March 6, 985; Newmarket, ON Coaching Record Year Club GP W L OTL SOL PTS Finish 6-7 Flint Firebirds rd (West) Coaching History Andy Weidenbach 99-9; Andy Weidenbach and Jim Rutherford 99-9; Tom Webster 99-93; Paul Maurice to ; Pete DeBoer to -; Mike Vellucci - to 7-8; Greg Stefan 7-8 to 8-9; Mike Vellucci 8-9 to 3-4; Don Elland 4-5; John Gruden 5-6; Ryan Oulahen 6-7 to date. 6-7 Team Record W L OTL SL Overall Record: Home Record: 9 Road Record: Overtime Record: 6 6 vs. East Division Opponents 4 5 vs. Central Division Opponents 5 4 vs. West Division Opponents 6 vs. Midwest Division Opponents 7 9 September Record October Record 6 6 November Record 5 3 December Record 4 7 January Record 5 4 February Record 8 3 March Record 4 Playoff Record: 4 6 W L OTL SL vs. Barrie vs. Erie vs. Guelph 4 vs. Hamilton vs. Kingston vs. Kitchener vs. London 3 vs. Mississauga vs. Niagara vs. North Bay vs. Oshawa vs. Ottawa vs. Owen Sound 3 vs. Peterborough vs. Saginaw 5 vs. Sarnia 6 vs. Sault Ste. Marie 3 3 vs. Sudbury vs. Windsor 3

17 Guelph Storm 55 Wyndham Street North, Second Floor, Guelph, Ontario NH 7T8 Phone: Fax: Team Directory Governor President General Manager and Head Coach Assistant General Manager Associate Coach Assistant Coach Goaltending Coach Strength and Conditioning Coaches Strength and Conditioning Facility Skating Coach Athletic Therapist Equipment Manager Equipment Manager Head Scout Scouts VP, Director of Business Operations Office / Box Office Manager Community Relations Coordinator Media Relations Coordinator Business Development Coordinator Retail Coordinator Academic Advisor Club Physician Mental Skills Coach Team Information Rick Gaetz Rick Hoyle George Burnett Phil Golding Jake Grimes Luca Caputi Matt Smith Wayne Burke, Adam Martin Pursuit Athletic Centre Barb Underhill Brendan Mooney Russ Hammond Doug Robertson Wade Branch Bob Rivet, Jim Mancuso, Lui Vigilanti, Randy Paquette, Cameron Finbow, Bob McKinnon, Clair Cornish, Justin Berry Matt Newby Melanie Mohr Steph Coratti Lindsay Newby Sarah Twigger Brandon Repaci Coleen Driscoll Dr. Ken McKenzie, Dr. Patti Galvin, Dr. Paul Mendonca, Dr. Ian McPhee, Dr. Anthony Bier Dr. Ashwin Patel Home Arena Sleeman Centre Capacity 4,75 (4,98w/ standing) Dimensions of Rink x 85 Arena Phone Arena Manager Rich Grau Box Office x /3 Team Colours Crimson and White Press Box Enter Gate Training Camp Sleeman Centre or Pass Holders Gate Rick Gaetz George Burnett Jake Grimes Tag Bertuzzi 7

18 Guelph Storm Franchise Record See page for complete franchise records SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6-7 Guelph Storm th (Midwest) 5-6 Guelph Storm th (Midwest) 4-5 Guelph Storm rd (Midwest) 3-4 Guelph Storm st (Midwest) -3 Guelph Storm th (Midwest) - Guelph Storm th (Midwest) - Guelph Storm th (Midwest) 9- Guelph Storm rd (Midwest) 8-9 Guelph Storm nd (Midwest) 7-8 Guelph Storm rd (Midwest) 6-7 Guelph Storm rd (Midwest) 5-6 Guelph Storm rd (Midwest) 4-5 Guelph Storm th (Midwest) 3-4 Guelph Storm nd (Midwest) -3 Guelph Storm rd (Midwest) - Guelph Storm nd (Midwest) - Guelph Storm nd (Midwest) 999- Guelph Storm th (Midwest) Guelph Storm st (Midwest) Guelph Storm st (Central) Guelph Storm nd (Central) Guelph Storm st (Central) Guelph Storm st (Central) Guelph Storm rd (Emms) Guelph Storm th (Emms) 99-9 Guelph Storm th (Emms) Team Totals, ,945 6,58 6,6 Pct..554 Team Records SEASON Team Most Points (3-4) 8 Most Goals (974-75) 469 Most Goals Against (99-9) 435 Fewest Goals Against (995-96) 86 Individual Most Goals Steve Shutt (97-7) 7 Most Assists Bruce Boudreau (974-75) 97 Most Points Bruce Boudreau (974-75) 65 Best G.A.A. Thomas McCollum (7-8).39 GAME Most Goals 6 Mario Simioni (Oct 7, 98 vs Guelph), Garry Lacey (Jan 5, 984 vs Kingston), Steve Thomas (Mar, 984 vs Kingston), Jack MacKeigan (Jan 4, 986 vs Ottawa) Most Assists 7 Tim Armstrong (Jan 4, 986 vs Ottawa) Most Points Steve Thomas (Mar, 984 vs Kingston) Most Powerplay Goals 3 Todd Bidner (Dec, 8 vs Oshawa), Jeff Triano (Oct, 8 at Kingston), Jeff Bes (Nov 7, 9 vs Sault Ste. Marie), Jamie Wright (Sep 9, 94 vs Kitchener), Brian Willsie (Sep 7, 96 vs Oshawa), Colt King (Oct. 5, at Mississauga), Brandon Buck (Jan., 8 at Erie), Drew Doughty (Sep. 3, 7 vs London) Most Shorthanded Goals 7 times. Fastest Opening Goal :9 Sylvain Cloutier (Feb 6, 99 at Owen Sound) Jamie Wright (Mar 8, 994 at London) Fastest Period Goal :9 John Tonelli (Nov 7, 74 at Sault Ste. Marie), Mario Simioni (Dec 3, 8 vs Kitchener), Yvon Corriveau (Mar 8, 86 vs Ottawa), Jamie Wright (Oct 6, 95 vs Detroit) 8 Fastest Two Goals by One Player :5 Bruce Boudreau (Feb 6, 975 vs Peterborough - nd period) Fastest Three Goals by One Player :39 Mark Napier (Dec 5, 974 vs Oshawa - 3rd period) INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS 6-7 Most Goals 3 Givani Smith (Mar. 4, 7 at Owen Sound and Nov. 6, 6 vs London) Most Assists 3 Albert Michnac (Feb. 7, 7 vs Barrie and Feb. 9, 7 at North Bay), Ryan Merkley (Oct. 8, 6 at Hamilton and Dec. 8, 6 vs Sarnia), Isaac Ratcliffe (Nov. 5, 6 at Ottawa) Most Points 3 4 times Most Power-Play Goals Matt Hotchkiss (Dec. 8, 6 vs Sarnia), Givani Smith (Nov. 6, 6 vs London) Most Shorthanded Goals 6 times Fastest Opening Goal :38 Givani Smith (Mar. 4, 7 at Owen Sound) Fastest Period Goal :5 Ryan Merkley (Dec., 6 vs Kingston) Fastest Two Goals by One Player 4: Givani Smith (Oct. 8, 6 vs Owen Sound) Fastest Three Goals by One Player 5:47 Givani Smith (Nov. 6, 6 vs London) Longest Point Scoring Streak (Games) 7 Ryan Merkley (Dec. 7, 6 to Dec. 3, 6. 4G, 4A) Longest Goal Scoring Streak (Games) 5 Isaac Ratcliffe (Nov. 7, 6 to Dec. 9, 6. 6G, 6A)

19 7 OHL Priority Selections RD NO NAME 6-7 CLUB POS HT WT BIRTHDATE Bertuzzi, Tag Oakland Jr. Grizzlies 6U C /8/ Primeau, Mason Toronto Nationals Minor Midget AAA C /8/ 3 4 Aguanno, Anthony Mississauga Rebels Minor Midget AAA RD /8/ 3 54 Woolley, Mark Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs Minor Midget AAA LD 6. 9 /6/ 3 55 Golovatchev, Dennis Mississauga Reps Minor Midget AAA LW /9/ 5 8 Jackson, Ty Mississauga Rebels Minor Midget AAA C 5. 9/6/ 6 Jackson, Dylan Mississauga Rebels Minor Midget AAA RW /6/ 7 Ciccolini, Eric Vaughan Kings Minor Midget AAA RW /4/ 8 4 Brady, Cole Ajax-Pickering Raiders Minor Midget AAA G // 9 6 Hiebert, Clark Oakville Rangers Minor Midget AAA RD /3/ 96 Grant, Steven Cambridge Hawks Minor Midget AAA LW /8/ 3 Haas, Nicholas Buffalo Regals 5U G // McDermott, Alton Oakville Rangers Minor Midget AAA RW /4/ 3 4 Eliopulos, Ethan Richmond Hill Coyotes Minor Midget RD /6/ 4 6 Burley, Jonah Guelph Gryphons Minor Midget AAA LD // Under-8 Priority Selection Walker, James Windsor AAA Zone Midget AAA G /6/ Caruso, Bradon Soo Midget Greyhounds LD /5/ 3 4 Smith, Dimello North York Rangers Midget AAA RW /3/ 4 6 Hotchkiss, Alex Clarington Toros Midget AAA LW /8/ 5 8 Driscoll, Devon Huron-Perth Lakers Major Midget AAA RD // CHL Import Draft 4 Toropchenko, Alexey Balashikha HC MVD RW /5/999 Head Coach George Burnett Born: Port Perry, Ontario, March 5, 96 Coaching Record Year Club GP W L T OTL SL PTS Finish Niagara Falls Thunder th (Emms) 99-9 Niagara Falls Thunder nd (Emms) 99-9 Niagara Falls Thunder nd (Emms) Guelph Storm st (Central) - Oshawa Generals th (East) - Oshawa Generals th (East) -3 Oshawa Generals th (East) 3-4 Oshawa Generals rd (East) 4-5 Belleville Bulls rd (East) 5-6 Belleville Bulls rd (East) 6-7 Belleville Bulls st (East) 7-8 Belleville Bulls st (East) 8-9 Belleville Bulls st (East) 9- Belleville Bulls th (East) - Belleville Bulls th (East) - Belleville Bulls nd (East) -3 Belleville Bulls st (East) 3-4 Belleville Bulls th (East) 4-5 Belleville Bulls th (East) 5-6 Hamilton Bulldogs th (East) OHL Totals, ,47 Pct..58 Coaching History: Ron Ivany, Mike Kelly and Bill LaForge, 99-9; John Lovell, to ; Craig Hartsburg ; E.J. McGuire to ; George Burnett ; Geoff Ward, ; Paul Gillis, 999-; Jeff Jackson, - to -, Jeff Jackson and Shawn Camp -3, Shawn Camp 3-4, Dave Barr 4-5 to 7-8; Jason Brooks 8-9 to -; Scott Walker - to 3-4; Scott Walker and Bill Stewart 4-5; Bill Stewart and Jarrod Skalde 5-6; Jarrod Skalde 6-7; George Burnett 7-8 to date. 6-7 Team Record W L OTL SL Overall Record: 4 5 Home Record: 3 8 Road Record: 8 3 Overtime Record: 4 6 vs. East Division Opponents 3 6 vs. Central Division Opponents 7 3 vs. West Division Opponents 5 3 vs. Midwest Division Opponents September Record October Record 4 7 November Record 3 6 December Record 5 4 January Record 3 9 February Record 3 7 March Record 6 W L OTL SL vs. Barrie vs. Erie vs. Flint 3 vs. Hamilton vs. Kingston vs. Kitchener 5 vs. London 6 vs. Mississauga vs. Niagara vs. North Bay vs. Oshawa vs. Ottawa vs. Owen Sound 5 vs. Peterborough vs. Saginaw vs. Sarnia vs. Sault Ste. Marie 3 vs. Sudbury vs. Windsor 3 9

20 Hamilton Bulldogs FirstOntario Centre, York Boulevard, Hamilton, ON L8R 3L4 Phone: Fax: Team Directory Owner Minority Owner President and General Manager Head Coach Assistant GM Associate Coach Assistant Coaches Goaltending Coach Video Coach Athletic Therapist Athletic Therapy Student Director of Sports Science Strength & Conditioning Coach Equipment Manager Assistant Equipment Manager Director of Player Personnel Head Scout Scouts Sr. Director of Operations Sr. Director of Business Development Controller Accounting Clerk Communications Coord./Play-by-play Academic Advisor Team Doctor Team Dentist Team Information Michael Andlauer Gord Simmonds Steve Staios John Gruden Ian Meagher David Matsos Ron Wilson, Vince Laise Nick Grainger Dan Russell J.P. Laciak RJ Kaszczij Matt Nichol Jonathan Brown Kasey LaMorre Dan Bushey Matt Turek Dave Gray Trevor Gallant, Paul Beraldo, Jimmy McGroarty, Justin Collins, Kevin Gould Peggy Chapman Jeff Elia Stefano Reale Dawna Ebert Stew Kernan Sean Nicholson Dr. Robinson Dr. Chithalen Home Arena: FirstOntario Centre Capacity: 7,383 Dimensions: x85 Box Office Phone: Arena Phone: Arena Manager: Scott Warren Press Box Location: 4th floor across the catwalk Media Room: Beside main media/security entrance Team Colours: Black and Gold Training Camp: FirstOntario Centre Affiliated Team: Ancaster Avalanche Michael Andlauer Steve Staios John Gruden Connor McMichael

21 Franchise Record SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6-7 Hamilton Bulldogs th (East) 5-6 Hamilton Bulldogs th (East) 4-5 Belleville Bulls th (East) 3-4 Belleville Bulls th (East) -3 Belleville Bulls st (East) - Belleville Bulls nd (East) - Belleville Bulls th (East) 9- Belleville Bulls th (East) 8-9 Belleville Bulls st (East) 7-8 Belleville Bulls st (East) 6-7 Belleville Bulls st (East) 5-6 Belleville Bulls rd (East) 4-5 Belleville Bulls rd (East) 3-4 Belleville Bulls th (East) -3 Belleville Bulls rd (East) - Belleville Bulls st (East) - Belleville Bulls st (East) 999- Belleville Bulls nd (East) Belleville Bulls nd (East) Belleville Bulls nd (Eastern) Belleville Bulls th (Eastern) Belleville Bulls rd (Eastern) Belleville Bulls th (Eastern) Belleville Bulls th (Leyden) Belleville Bulls th (Leyden) Franchise Totals,44,69, ,534 9,57 9,48 Pct..53 Team Records SEASON Team Most Points (7-8) Most Goals (984-85) 39 Most Goals Against (986-87) 347 Fewest Goals Against (7-8) 75 Individual Most Goals Dave MacLean (984-85) 64 Randy Rowe (-) Most Assists Dave MacLean (984-85) 9 Most Points Dave MacLean (984-85) 54 Best G.A.A. Mike Murphy (8-9).8 GAME Most Goals 5 Brent Gretzky (Jan. 7, 99 at Sudbury), Joe Coombs (Jan. 6, 996 at Kingston) Most Assists 7 Brad Gratton (Jan. 9, 987 vs. Ottawa) Most Points 8 Dan Quinn (Jan. 8, 983 vs. Guelph); Jason Lafreniere (Dec., 985 vs. London); Brad Gratton (Jan. 9, 987 vs. Ottawa); Jason Spezza (Feb. 9, vs. London and March 9, vs. Toronto) Most Powerplay Goals 4 Jonathan Cheechoo (Feb. 6, vs. Oshawa) Most Shorthanded Goals 7 times Fastest Opening Goal :7 Mike Savage (Jan., 984 vs. Kingston) Fastest Period Goal :6 Matt Beleskey (Oct. 7, 6 vs Kingston) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :7 Stan Drulia (Nov. 7, 985 at Toronto - st period) Fastest Three Goals by One Player 5:3 Jarret Reid (Jan. 8, 994 at Oshawa) See page 3 for complete franchise records INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS 6-7 Most Goals 3 Niki Petti (Feb. 3, 7 at Barrie), Matt Luff (Sep. 3, 6 at Mississauga and Mar., 7 vs Peterborough), Matthew Strome (Jan., 7 vs Barrie), Brandon Saigeon (Feb., 7 vs Windsor) Most Assists 3 8 times Most Points 5 Matt Luff (Mar., 7 vs Peterborough) Most Power-Play Goals Brandon Saigeon (Feb., 7 vs Windsor), Justin Lemcke (Dec., 6 vs Sault Ste. Marie), Matt Luff (Mar., 7 vs Peterborough), Cole Candella (Nov. 6, 6 at London) Most Shorthanded Goals Brandon Saigeon (Jan. 4, 7 vs Ottawa), Michael Cramarossa (Nov. 4, 6 at Barrie), Matt Luff (Nov. 3, 6 at Niagara), MacKenzie Entwistle (Oct. 5, 6 vs Sudbury) Fastest Opening Goal :4 Marian Studenic (Mar., 7 vs Peterborough) Fastest Period Goal :5 Michael Cramarossa (Mar. 4, 7 vs Mississauga) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :4 Will Bitten (Nov. 6, 6 at London) Fastest Three Goals by One Player 4:5 Matt Luff (Sep. 3, 6 at Mississauga) Longest Point Scoring Streak (Games) 7 Michael Cramarossa (Sep. 8, 6 to Oct. 5, 6. 6G, 6A) Brandon Saigeon (Feb., 7 to Feb. 6, 7. 8G, 8A) Marian Studenic (Feb., 7 to Feb. 5, 7. 6G, 6A) Longest Goal Scoring Streak (Games) 4 Michael Cramarossa (Sep. 8, 6 to Oct. 8, 6. 5G, 5A) Matthew Strome (Oct. 8, 6 to Oct. 5, 6. 4G, 4A) Matthew Strome (Feb., 7 to Feb. 6, 7. 4G, 4A) Brandon Saigeon (Feb., 7 to Feb., 7. 7G, 7A)

22 Hamilton Bulldogs 7 OHL Priority Selections RD NO NAME 6-7 CLUB POS HT WT BIRTHDATE McMichael, Connor Ajax-Pickering Raiders Minor Midget AAA C 5. 5 /5/ 6 Kaliyev, Arthur Detroit Compuware 6U LW /6/ 3 5 Van Loon, Liam London Knights Minor Midget AAA LW /7/ 4 7 Henry, Xavier Toronto Titans Minor Midget AAA LD // 4 7 Roy, Zachary Toronto Nationals Minor Midget AAA G /9/ 5 83 Mutter, Navrin Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs Minor Midget AAA C /5/ 5 9 Stock, Jordan Hamilton Huskies Minor Midget AAA C /3/ 7 3 Ishmael, Christopher Brampton 45s Minor Midget AAA C /9/ 8 4 Jensen, Jayden Detroit Belle Tire 6U RD /4/ 9 7 Ondrovic, Ford Ottawa Senators Midget AAA LD /3/ Osborne, Zack Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs Minor Midget AAA RW // 9 Mancinelli, Michael Detroit HoneyBaked 6U C /8/ 3 5 Blanchard, Maxime Southern Tier Admirals Minor Midget AAA RD /3/ 4 7 Guglietti, Matthew Vaughan Kings Minor Midget AAA LW /7/ 5 9 Song, Aliesha Oakville Rangers Minor Midget AAA LW /6/ Under-8 Priority Selection Renaud, Kyle Smiths Falls Bears Midget AAA G /7/ 3 O Doherty, Paul Markham Waxers Midget AAA RD // 3 5 Felicetti, Lucas Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs Midget AAA LW 6. 6 /4/ 4 7 Simpson, Jordan Niagara North Stars Midget AAA RD /9/ 5 89 Sutton, Parker Central Ontario Wolves Midget AAA LD // CHL Import Draft 8 Ikonen, Joni Vastra Frolunda HC Jr. C /4/999 Head Coach John Gruden Born: June 4, 97; Virginia, MN Coaching Record Year Club GP W L OTL SL PTS Finish 5-6 Flint Firebirds Hamilton Bulldogs th (East) OHL Totals Pct..463 Coaching History Larry Mavety 98-8 to , Danny Flynn to 989-9, Shawn MacKenzie 99 (playoffs), Larry Mavety 99-9 to , Lou Crawford to 999-; Jim Hulton - to -3, James Boyd 3-4, George Burnett 4-5 to 5-6; John Gruden 6-7 to date. 6-7 Team Record W L OTL SL Overall Record: Home Record: Road Record: 7 5 Overtime Record: 5 vs. East Division Opponents 9 3 vs. Central Division Opponents 4 7 vs. West Division Opponents 7 vs. Midwest Division Opponents 6 4 September Record 3 October Record 5 4 November Record 5 5 December Record 3 4 January Record 6 6 February Record 7 4 March Record 4 3 Playoff Record: 3 4 W L OTL SL vs. Barrie 3 vs. Erie vs. Flint vs. Guelph vs. Kingston 3 vs. Kitchener vs. London vs. Mississauga 3 vs. Niagara 4 vs. North Bay vs. Oshawa 3 vs. Ottawa 3 vs. Owen Sound vs. Peterborough 3 vs. Saginaw vs. Sarnia vs. Sault Ste. Marie vs. Sudbury vs. Windsor

23 Kingston Frontenacs The Tragically Hip Way, Kingston, Ontario K7K B4 Phone: Fax: Team Directory President and Governor Douglas Springer President, Hockey Operations Doug Gilmour Head Coach Jay Varady General Manager Darren Keily Assistant Coaches Kurtis Foster Phil Mangan Goaltender Coach Dave Franco Skills and Development Coach Chris Longo Athletic Therapist Ryan Bennett Equipment Manager Chris Cook Assistant Equipment Manager Kevin Walker Head Scout Aaron Van Leusen Director of Player Development Craig Nelson Scouts Dick Cherry, Jason Maleyko, Brock Wilson, Adam Dewan, Jack Walchessen, Dan McDonald, Jake Gilmour, Rob McCrae Executive Director of Business Ops. Justin Chenier Manager of Business Development Tim Hughes Administration & Merchandise Brenda Mavety Sr. Coord. of Marketing and Game Ops. Adam Smith Account Executives Michael LeClair Brian Bonner Dave Coulter Coord. of Marketing and Fan Dev. Jessica Borges Academic Advisors Mike Hamilton Kim Hulton Club Physician Dr. Jen Hacking Club Dentist Dr. I.A. Cameron Team Information Home Arena Rogers K-Rock Centre Capacity 5,64 Dimensions x 85 Arena Manager Lynn Carlotto Arena Phone Media Box 4 Level behind section Media Room 4 Level behind section 7 Team Colours Black, Gold, White Training Camp Rogers K-Rock Centre Affiliate Team Trenton Golden Hawks Manager Marty Abrams Douglas Springer Doug Gilmour Jay Varady Cody Morgan 3

24 Kingston Frontenacs Franchise Record SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6-7 Kingston Frontenacs rd in (East) 5-6 Kingston Frontenacs st in (East) 4-5 Kingston Frontenacs rd in (East) 3-4 Kingston Frontenacs rd in (East) -3 Kingston Frontenacs rd in (East) - Kingston Frontenacs th in (East) - Kingston Frontenacs rd in (East) 9- Kingston Frontenacs nd in (East) 8-9 Kingston Frontenacs th in (East) 7-8 Kingston Frontenacs th in (East) 6-7 Kingston Frontenacs rd in (East) 5-6 Kingston Frontenacs nd in (East) 4-5 Kingston Frontenacs th in (East) 3-4 Kingston Frontenacs nd in (East) -3 Kingston Frontenacs th in (East) - Kingston Frontenacs th in (East) - Kingston Frontenacs th in (East) 999- Kingston Frontenacs rd in (East) Kingston Frontenacs th in (East) Kingston Frontenacs rd in (Eastern) Kingston Frontenacs th in (Eastern) Kingston Frontenacs th in (Eastern) Kingston Frontenacs st in (Eastern) Kingston Frontenacs th in (Leyden) Kingston Frontenacs nd in (Leyden) Franchise Totals,968,59, ,79,579,667 Pct..47 Team Records SEASON Team Most Points (5-6) 97 Most Goals (975-76) 357 Most Goals Against (987-88) 43 Fewest Goals Against (5-6) 89 Individual Most Goals Bernie Nicholls (98-8) 63 Most Assists Tim Salmon (983-84) Most Points Bernie Nicholls (98-8) 5 Best G.A.A. Lucas Peressini (4-5).3 GAME Most Goals 6 Kevin Conway (Feb 3, 983 vs Belleville) Most Assists 7 Mike O Connell (Nov 7, 974 vs Hamilton) Most Points 8 Scott Howson (Nov 5, 979 vs Kitchener) Most Powerplay Goals 4 Kevin Conway (Feb 3, 983 vs Belleville) Most Shorthanded Goals Scott Howson (Jan 9, 979 at Ottawa), Greg Clancy (Jan, 993 vs Newmarket), Steve Parson (Feb 8, 994 vs Oshawa), Andrew Ianiero (Jan. 8, vs. Barrie) Fastest Opening Goal :8 Jason Snow (Nov 7, 988 vs North Bay), Chris Allen (Feb 9, 996 vs Barrie) Fastest Period Goal :8 Colin Chaulk (Dec 7, 995 at Windsor - 3rd period) Fastest Two Goals by One Player : Geoff Schneider (Dec, 99 vs Ottawa - 3rd period) Fastest Three Goals by One Player :8 Brad Rhiness (Nov, 975 vs Windsor) 4 See page 3 for complete franchise records INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS 6-7 Most Goals 3 Jason Robertson (Feb., 7 vs Barrie and Jason Robertson (Mar. 3, 7 vs Ottawa) Most Assists 3 times Most Points 4 Linus Nyman (Feb., 7 vs Barrie and Mar. 7, 7 vs Hamilton), Sam Harding (Oct. 7, 6 vs Saginaw), Jason Robertson (Feb., 7 vs Barrie), Warren Foegele (Nov., 6 at Sarnia), Jason Robertson (Mar. 7, 7 vs Hamilton) Most Power-Play Goals Eemeli Rasanen (Oct. 7, 6 vs Saginaw), Jason Robertson (Jan., 7 vs Oshawa), Warren Foegele (Nov., 6 at Sarnia) Most Shorthanded Goals Cody Caron (Jan. 5, 7 at Ottawa), Brett Neumann (Jan. 3, 7 vs Peterborough), Sam Harding (Nov. 6, 6 vs Guelph), Nathan Billitier (Sep. 3, 6 at Niagara) Fastest Opening Goal :3 Jason Robertson (Dec. 9, 6 at Kitchener) Fastest Period Goal : Ted Nichol (Feb. 6, 7 vs Hamilton) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :4 Jason Robertson (Jan. 7, 7 vs Niagara) Fastest Three Goals by One Player : Jason Robertson (Feb., 7 vs Barrie) Longest Point Scoring Streak (Games) Stephen Desrocher (Dec., 6 to Dec. 3, 6. G, A) Longest Goal Scoring Streak (Games) 3 4 times

25 7 OHL Priority Selections RD NO NAME 6-7 CLUB POS HT WT BIRTHDATE Morgan, Cody Toronto Jr. Canadiens Minor Midget AAA C 5. 7 // 9 Brand, Evan Mississauga Rebels Minor Midget AAA LD /4/ 4 68 Dugas, Ryan Mississauga Reps Minor Midget AAA G // 5 94 Drewitt, Luke London Knights Minor Midget AAA LW /7/ 7 3 Edmonds, Lucas Vastra Frolunda U6 RW /7/ 7 33 Georgiev, Klim Mississauga Reps Minor Midget AAA LD // 8 5 Fabbro, Curtis Ottawa Senators Midget AAA C /6/ 9 7 Campbell, Jacob Quinte Red Devils Minor Midget AAA LW /7/ White, Logan Quinte Red Devils Minor Midget AAA C /5/ 3 Del Mastro, Liam Southern Tier Admirals Minor Midget AAA LD // 3 5 Wright, Zach Mississauga Reps Minor Midget AAA RD /7/ 4 7 Davies, Dylan Chicago Mission 6U LD /9/ 5 9 Doyle, Ethan Whitby Wildcats Minor Midget AAA LW // Under-8 Priority Selection Carriere, Gabriel Ottawa Senators Midget AAA G /6/ 3 Trusler, Alec Lambton Jr. Sting Midget AAA LD /9/ 3 5 Fox, Griffen Brantford 99 Ers Midget AAA C /9/ 4 7 Kiteley, Cohen London Knights Major Midget AAA F /4/ 5 9 Ralph, Ryan Kingston Frontenacs Midget AAA RW /8/ Head Coach Jay Varady Born: September, 977 in Cahokia, IL Coaching Record Year Club GP W L OTL SL PTS Finish No OHL Coaching Record. Coaching History Jack (Red) Bownass, to ; Jim Morrison, to 98-8; Rod Graham, 98-83; Rick Cornacchia, ; Rick Cornacchia and Jim Dorey, ; Fred O Donnell, to ; Jacques Tremblay and Jim Dorey, ; Larry Mavety, to 989-9; Randy Hall, 99-9; Paul Cook, 99-9; Dave Allison, to ; Gary Agnew, to ; Larry Mavety to -3; Larry Mavety and Greg Bignell -3; Jim Hulton 3-4 to 5-6; Bruce Cassidy 6-7 to 7-8; Larry Mavety 7-8 to 8-9; Doug Gilmour 8-9 to -; Todd Gill - to 3-4; Paul McFarland 4-5 to 6-7; Jay Varady 7-8 to date. 6-7 Team Record W L OTL SL Overall Record: Home Record: 9 3 Road Record: 3 7 Overtime Record: 5 7 vs. East Division Opponents vs. Central Division Opponents 6 vs. West Division Opponents 5 4 vs. Midwest Division Opponents 6 September Record October Record 5 5 November Record 5 5 December Record 5 4 January Record 6 4 February Record 6 5 March Record 5 4 Playoff Record: 4 7 W L OTL SL vs. Barrie 3 vs. Erie vs. Flint vs. Guelph vs. Hamilton 3 3 vs. Kitchener vs. London vs. Mississauga 4 vs. Niagara 4 vs. North Bay 4 vs. Oshawa 5 vs. Ottawa 3 3 vs. Owen Sound vs. Peterborough 3 vs. Saginaw vs. Sarnia vs. Sault Ste. Marie vs. Sudbury vs. Windsor 5

26 Kitchener Rangers Kitchener Memorial Auditorium Complex, 963 Eugene George Way, Kitchener, ON NH B8 Phone: Fax: Team Directory Chief Operating Officer and Governor Steve Bienkowski C.P.A., C.A. General Manager Mike McKenzie Director of Hockey Operations Murray Hiebert Head Coach Jay McKee Assistant Coaches Matthew Barnaby, Andreas Karlsson Goaltending Coach/Video Coach Kain Tisi Strength & Conditioning Coach Brandon Merli Director of Analytics and Stats Michael Zsolt Coach Consultant Dave Prpich Trainer Dan Lebold Assistant Trainer Barry Hoch Head Scout Ray Hollowell Scouts Mike Sadler, Tark Bertrand, Mike Bukator, Hugh Craig, Darryl Hollowell, Rob Hunter, Matt McGuffin, Ed Roberts, Bill Underwood, Kenneth Kerto Director of Marketing & Sales Brad Sparkes Manager of Game Operations Adam Bramhill Manager of Brand Marketing Michelle Fortin Communications Manager Alyscia Warner Account Manager, Ticket Sales Zach Foss Retail and Events Manager Rochelle Thiel Video Editor/Motion Graphic Designer Cole Dow Administration Heather Albrecht, Treena Hennessey Team Psychologist Richard Ennis Academic Advisor Dave Tennant Team Doctors Dr. Marin Duke, Dr. Don Rhodes, Dr. Frank Onuska, Dr. Nick Bayley Physiotherapists Rabi Guha, Dave Wilkinson, Dave Gilman Club Dentists Dr. Fred Harlbut, Dr. Rob Di Miglio, Dr. Egon Beiler, Dr. Doug Beaton, Dr. Sandy Tse, Dr. Rob Lenizky Nutrition & Wellness Lauren Fulop Team Information Home Arena Kitchener Memorial Auditorium, Dom Cardillo Arena Capacity 7,3 Dimensions 94 x 85 Arena Manager Paul Pickard Arena Phone Press Box East side of the building, Door # Media Room Don Cameron Media Room, Legends Level, Floor 3 Team Colours Blue, Red & White Training Camp Kitchener Mem. Aud. Affiliated Team Kitchener Dutchmen 6 Steve Bienkowski Mike McKenzie Jay McKee Grayson Ladd

27 Franchise Record See page 4 for complete franchise records SEASON NAME GP W L OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6-7 Kitchener Rangers th (Midwest) 5-6 Kitchener Rangers rd (Midwest) 4-5 Kitchener Rangers th (Midwest) 3-4 Kitchener Rangers th (Midwest) -3 Kitchener Rangers rd (Midwest) - Kitchener Rangers nd (Midwest) - Kitchener Rangers nd (Midwest) 9- Kitchener Rangers nd (Midwest) 8-9 Kitchener Rangers th (Midwest) 7-8 Kitchener Rangers st (Midwest) 6-7 Kitchener Rangers nd (Midwest) 5-6 Kitchener Rangers nd (Midwest) 4-5 Kitchener Rangers rd (Midwest) 3-4 Kitchener Rangers rd (Midwest) -3 Kitchener Rangers st (Midwest) - Kitchener Rangers rd (Midwest) - Kitchener Rangers th (Midwest) 999- Kitchener Rangers nd (Midwest) Kitchener Rangers th (Midwest) Kitchener Rangers rd (Central) Kitchener Rangers st (Central) Kitchener Rangers nd (Central) Kitchener Rangers th (Central) Kitchener Rangers th (Emms) Kitchener Rangers th (Emms) Team Totals 3,56,696, ,76 4,384 4,87 Pct..58 Team Records SEASON Team Most Points (7-8) Most Goals (983-84) 48 Most Goals Against (979-8) 45 Fewest Goals Against (5-6) 65 Individual Most Goals Wayne Presley (983-84) 63 Most Assists Jason Akeson (-) 84 Most Points Dwight Foster (976-77) 43 Best G.A.A. Dan Turple (5-6).5 GAME Most Goals 5 Dwight Foster (976-77), Allan MacInnis (98-83), David Bruce (983-84), John Tucker (983-84), Jeff Noble (987-88) Most Assists 7 Wayne Presley (Jan. 5, 984 at Cornwall) Most Points 8 Wayne Presley (Jan 5, 984 at Cornwall); Mike Wolak (Dec 3, 985 vs Sudbury); Andre Benoit (Sept. 9, 3 vs. Plymouth) Most Powerplay Goals 3 times Most Shorthanded Goals 3 David Bruce (Jan 6, 984 vs Cornwall) Fastest Opening Goal :3 Jack Williams (Nov, 99 at Oshawa) Fastest Period Goal :5 Russ Adam (Nov, 979 vs Brantford - 3rd period) Tom St. James (Feb 3, 983 vs Ottawa - nd period) Fastest Two Goals by One Player : Paul Reinhart (Feb 4, 979 at London - 3rd per.); Eric Manlow (Jan 3, 993 at Kingston - nd per.); Chris Phelps (Feb 9, 993 vs Ottawa - nd per.) Fastest Three Goals by One Player 3: Tyler Ertel (Mar, 99 vs Niagara Falls - nd period) INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS 6-7 Most Goals 3 Connor Bunnaman (Mar., 7 at Flint and Dec. 3, 6 at Ottawa) Jeremy Bracco (Oct., 6 vs Guelph and Nov. 7, 6 at Peterborough) Most Assists 4 Dylan Di Perna (Oct., 6 vs Guelph), Adam Mascherin (Feb., 7 vs Sarnia) Most Points 5 Adam Mascherin (Dec. 6, 6 vs Sudbury), Jeremy Bracco (Oct., 6 vs Guelph) Most Power-Play Goals 3 Connor Bunnaman (Mar., 7 at Flint) Most Shorthanded Goals times Fastest Opening Goal :37 Jeremy Bracco (Nov., 6 vs Owen Sound) Fastest Period Goal :5 Greg Meireles (Feb., 7 vs Sarnia) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :5 Jacob Cascagnette (Oct. 7, 6 vs Sarnia) Fastest Three Goals by One Player 5:57 Jeremy Bracco (Nov. 7, 6 at Peterborough) Longest Point Scoring Streak (Games) 6 Jeremy Bracco (Oct. 7, 6 to Dec. 9, 6. 7G, 7A) Longest Goal Scoring Streak (Games) 4 6 times 7

28 Kitchener Rangers 7 OHL Priority Selections RD NO NAME 6-7 CLUB POS HT WT BIRTHDATE 3 Ladd, Grayson Chatham-Kent Cyclones Minor Midget AAA RD // 33 Vukojevic, Michael Mississauga Rebels Minor Midget AAA LD /8/ 3 58 Gordon, Matthew Guelph Gryphons Minor Midget AAA C /7/ 5 9 Petizian, Michael Mississauga Reps Minor Midget AAA LW // 6 Tresoor, Carter Kenora Thistles MAAA C 5. 6 /5/ 7 3 Mack, Simon Selects Academy 5U at At South Kent School RD /9/ 9 7 Hasley, Connor Buffalo Jr. Sabres 5U G /7/ 8 Dominique, Alex Toronto Titans Minor Midget AAA C 5. 5 // 9 Acee, Moses CP Dynamo 6U LD /3/ O Hara, Ryan Mississauga Rebels Minor Midget AAA LW /8/ 3 Tait, Connor Team Maryland 6U C 6. 9 /6/ 3 5 Fulp, Aidan Detroit Victory Honda 6U RD 6. 9 /9/ 4 7 Dickerson, Graham Quinte Red Devils Minor Midget AAA RW /9/ 5 9 Sheppard, Ben Hamilton Huskies Minor Midget AAA RD /5/ Under-8 Priority Selection Desmond, Kobe Vaughan Kings Midget AAA LW 5. // 3 Bolton, Reece Carleton Place Canadians Midget AAA RW /3/ 3 5 Norlock, Jackson Pembroke Lumber Kings Midget AAA RD /7/ 4 7 Tremonte, Anthony Niagara North Stars Midget AAA G /3/ CHL Import Draft 34 Liska, Adam Orange HK C/LW /4/ Hugg, Rickard Leksands IF Jr. C /8/999 Head Coach Jay McKee Born: September 8, 977; Kingston, ON Coaching Record Year Club GP W L OTL SL PTS Finish 6-7 Kitchener Rangers th (Midwest) Coaching History Wally Kullman, to ; Gerry Forler, 969-7; Gerry Forler and Ron Murphy, 97-7; Ron Murphy, 97-7; Eddie Bush, to ; Eddie Bush, Don McKee and Jim Morrison, ; Mac MacLean, to ; Mac MacLean and Bob Ertel, ; Bob Ertel, ; Bob Ertel and Rod Seiling, 979-8; Orval Tessier, 98-8; Joe Crozier, 98-8 to 98-83; Tom Barrett, to ; Tom Barrett and Joe McDonnell, ; Joe McDonnell, to ; Joe McDonnell and Geoff Ward, ; Geoff Ward to ; Brian Hayton, ; Brian Hayton and Jeff Snyder, 999-; Jeff Snyder -; Peter DeBoer - to 7-8; Steve Spott 8-9 to -3; Troy Smith 3-4 to 4-5; Mike Van Ryn 5-6; Jay McKee 6-7 to date. 6-7 Team Record W L OTL SL Overall Record: Home Record: Road Record: 6 6 Overtime Record: 8 4 vs. East Division Opponents 8 vs. Central Division Opponents 8 vs. West Division Opponents 6 vs. Midwest Division Opponents 9 8 September Record October Record 8 3 November Record 6 5 December Record 4 4 January Record 7 5 February Record 6 6 March Record 3 4 Playoff Record: 4 8 W L OTL SL vs. Barrie vs. Erie 3 vs. Flint vs. Guelph 6 vs. Hamilton vs. Kingston vs. London 6 vs. Mississauga vs. Niagara vs. North Bay vs. Oshawa vs. Ottawa vs. Owen Sound 7 vs. Peterborough vs. Saginaw 4 vs. Sarnia vs. Sault Ste. Marie vs. Sudbury vs. Windsor

29 London Knights Budweiser Gardens, 99 Dundas Street, London, Ontario N6A 6K Phone: Fax: Team Directory Owner, President and Head Coach Dale Hunter Owner and Vice-President Mark Hunter Owner and Alternate Governor Basil McRae Governor Trevor Whiffen General Manager Rob Simpson Assistant Coaches Dylan Hunter, Rick Steadman Goaltending Coach Dave Rook Equipment Manager Chris Maton Trainer/Physiotherapist Doug Stacey Equipment Assistants Angelo Delellis, Matt DeSand Hockey Operations Assistant Dean Patterson Director of Player Development Jamie Baker Director of Scouting Ken Hornick Asstistant General Manager Colin MacDonald Scouts Leon Haughian, Steve Warner, Mike Martin, Stu Robinson, Tony Martino, Tommy Mannino, Lorry Greenspan, Rick Boyle, Mike Camilleri, Ryan Minicola, Jay De Gennaro, Steve Glickman, Brendan Ross, Bill Sullivan Director of Branding & Communications Ryan Starr Director of Corporate Sales Chris Drinkwater Director of Marketing and Game Day Matt Gergely Group Sales Manager Paul Dermody Director of Ticketing Cindy Mitro Director of Game Day Operations Matt Gergely Box Office Manager Kaitlin Williams Merchandise Manager Sarah Leaitch Academic Advisor Trish Hurley, Blyth Academy Security Bob Martin Club Physician Dr. Wanda Millard Club Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Robert Giffin Club Denstist Dr. Mark Botsford Physiotherapists Fowler Kennedy Clinic Team Information Home Arena Budweiser Gardens Capacity 9,36 Dimensions x 85 Box Office Arena Manager Brian Ohl Arena Phone Media Room SW corner of st floor Media Box South Side, 3rd Floor Media/Scout Entr. Southwest corner off King St. Team Colours Black, Green, Gold and White Training Camp Budweiser Gardens Affiliated Teams: London Nationals St. Thomas Stars Dale Hunter Basil McRae Rob Simpson Lucas Rowe 9

30 London Knights Franchise Record See page 5 for complete franchise records SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6-7 London Knights rd (Midwest) 5-6 London Knights nd (Midwest) 4-5 London Knights nd (Midwest) 3-4 London Knights rd (Midwest) -3 London Knights st (Midwest) - London Knights st (Midwest) - London Knights th (Midwest) 9- London Knights st (Midwest) 8-9 London Knights st (Midwest) 7-8 London Knights nd (Midwest) 6-7 London Knights st (Midwest) 5-6 London Knights st (Midwest) 4-5 London Knights st (Midwest) 3-4 London Knights st (Midwest) -3 London Knights nd (Midwest) - London Knights th (West) - London Knights th (West) 999- London Knights th (West) London Knights rd (West) London Knights st (Western) London Knights th (Western) London Knights th (Western) London Knights th (Western) London Knights th (Emms) London Knights rd (Emms) Franchise Totals 3,44,754, ,777 4,376 3,45 Pct..553 Team Records SEASON Team Most Points (4-5) Most Goals (976-77) 379 Most Goals Against (995-96) 435 Fewest Goals Against (4-5) 5 Individual Most Goals Dino Ciccarelli (977-78) 7 Most Assists Sergei Kostitsyn (6-7) 9 Most Points Dave Simpson (98-8) 55 Best G.A.A. Gerald Coleman (4-5).7 GAME Most Goals 5 Denis Maruk (74-75), David Lowry (84-85), Tim Taylor (87-88) and Ron Goodall (87-88), Corey Perry (Jan. 3 5 vs Kingston), Josh Beaulieu (Jan. 4 7 at Peterborough) Most Assists 7 Tom Rowe (Nov. 3, 975 vs. Ottawa), Corey Perry (Mar. 4, 5 vs Saginaw) Most Points 8 Denis Maruk (974-75), Wayne Thompson (979-8); Dave Simpson (979-8), Corey Perry (Mar. 4, 5 vs Saginaw); Rob Schremp (Oct. 6, 5 at Toronto) Most Powerplay Goals 4 Denis Maruk (Feb. 8, 975 vs. Kitchener) Most Shorthanded Goals Terry Martin (974-75), Wayne Thompson (979-8), Chris McCauley (98-83), Greg Puhalski (984-85), Brett Marietti (99-93), Dave Gilmore (993-94) and Richard Pitirri (995-96); Jordan Foreman (5-6) Fastest Opening Goal :6 Mike DePetrillo (Nov., 996 vs. Barrie) Fastest Period Goal :4 Doug Synishin (Nov. 3, 989 vs. Niagara Falls - nd period) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :8 Jim McRae (Oct. 3, 978 at Kitchener - nd period) 3 Fastest Three Goals by One Player :6 Brian Dobbin (Feb. 9, 986 at Sault Ste. Marie - 3rd period) INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS 6-7 Most Goals 3 Sam Miletic (Nov., 6 vs Kingston and Nov. 9, 6 at Niagara), Mitchell Stephens (Jan. 8, 7 at Owen Sound) Most Assists 4 Janne Kuokkanen (Jan., 7 vs Ottawa), Victor Mete (Dec. 8, 6 vs Oshawa) Most Points 5 Robert Thomas (Dec. 4, 6 vs Flint), Mitchell Stephens (Jan. 8, 7 at Owen Sound) Most Power-Play Goals 68 times Most Shorthanded Goals 5 times Fastest Opening Goal :3 Sam Miletic (Oct. 3, 6 at Hamilton) Fastest Period Goal : Dante Salituro (Jan., 7 vs Ottawa) Fastest Two Goals by One Player : Sam Miletic (Nov. 9, 6 at Niagara) Fastest Three Goals by One Player 6: Sam Miletic (Nov. 9, 6 at Niagara) Longest Point Scoring Streak (Games) 8 Cliff Pu (Oct. 7, 6 to Nov., 6. 5G, 5A) Longest Goal Scoring Streak (Games) 5 Cliff Pu (Oct. 3, 6 to Nov. 4, 6. 5G, 5A) Max Jones (Nov. 3, 6 to Nov., 6. 6G, 6A)

31 7 OHL Priority Selections RD NO NAME 6-7 CLUB POS HT WT BIRTHDATE 8 Rowe, Lucas Mississauga Reps Minor Midget AAA C /3/ 34 Perrott, Andrew Detroit HoneyBaked 6U RD /4/ 3 47 Duhart, Dalton Detroit Belle Tire 6U C/LW /8/ 4 66 Pierce, Emmet Quinte Red Devils Minor Midget AAA RW /3/ 4 77 Vlasic, Alex Chicago Mission 6U LD /5/ 5 97 Skinner, Hunter Detroit Belle Tire 5U RD /9/ 5 99 Whittaker, Liam York-Simcoe Express Minor Midget AAA LD /6/ 6 7 Krieger, Brayden Waterloo Wolves Minor Midget AAA C 5. 4 /9/ 7 36 Rowe, Cameron Team Illinois 6U G // 7 37 Beck, Noah Markham Majors Minor Midget AAA RD /5/ 8 57 Say, Owen London Knights Minor Midget AAA G /5/ 9 67 Weight, Danny P.A.L. Jr. Islanders 6U C/LW // 9 Chartrand, Nicolas Cumberland Grads Midget AAA C /5/ 97 Anderson, David Cambridge Hawks Minor Midget AAA RW /6/ 7 Torrealba, Daniel Toronto Marlboros Minor Midget AAA LW /4/ 37 Gerrie, Keighan Thunder Bay Kings 6U C /6/ 3 57 Williams, Jonathan St. Louis Blues AAA 6U G // 4 77 Fulop, Cameron York-Simcoe Express Minor Midget AAA LD /3/ 5 97 Kress, Tyler Cambridge Hawks Minor Midget AAA C /9/ Under-8 Priority Selection 7 Gonsalves, Elijah Mississauga Rebels Midget AAA RW /9/ 37 Hill, Jared Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs Midget AAA C /5/ 3 57 Beneteau, Tyler Windsor AAA Zone Midget AAA LD /4/ 4 77 Smith, Jacob North Central Predators Midget AAA LD /3/ CHL Import Draft 49 Bratt, Jesper AIK IF RW /3/998 9 Boqvist, Adam Brynas IF Jr. 8 LD /5/ Head Coach Dale Hunter Born: July 3, 96, Petrolia, Ont. Coaching Record Year Club GP W L T OTL SOL PTS Finish - London Knights th (West) -3 London Knights nd (Midwest) 3-4 London Knights st (Midwest) 4-5 London Knights st (Midwest) 5-6 London Knights st (Midwest) 6-7 London Knights st (Midwest) 7-8 London Knights nd (Midwest) 8-9 London Knights st (Midwest) 9- London Knights st (Midwest) - London Knights th (Midwest) - London Knights London Knights st (Midwest) 3-4 London Knights rd (Midwest) 4-5 London Knights nd (Midwest) 5-6 London Knights nd (Midwest) 6-7 London Knights rd (Midwest) OHL Totals, ,446 Pct..73 Coaching History Jack McIntyre , Turk Broda to , Gene Taylor , Bep Guidolin to 97-7, Bronco Horvath 97-7, Bill Long to 979-8, Paul McIntosh 98-8 to 98-83, Don Boyd to , Wayne Maxner to 989-9, Gary Agnew 99-9 to , Mike Fedorko , Mike Fedorko, Murray Nystrom and Tom Barrett , Brad Selwood, Tom Barrett and Paul McIntosh , Gary Agnew to 999-, Lindsay Hofford -, Lindsay Hofford and Dale Hunter -, Dale Hunter -3 to -, Dale Hunter and Mark Hunter -, Dale Hunter -3 to date. 6-7 Team Record W L OTL SL Overall Record: Home Record: Road Record: Overtime Record: 4 vs. East Division Opponents 8 vs. Central Division Opponents 8 vs. West Division Opponents vs. Midwest Division Opponents 6 6 September Record October Record 7 November Record December Record 6 January Record 8 3 February Record 8 4 March Record 6 3 Playoff Record: 7 7 W L OTL SL vs. Barrie vs. Erie 4 vs. Flint 4 vs. Guelph 6 vs. Hamilton vs. Kingston vs. Kitchener 6 vs. Mississauga vs. Niagara vs. North Bay vs. Oshawa vs. Ottawa vs. Owen Sound vs. Peterborough vs. Saginaw 3 vs. Sarnia 4 vs. Sault Ste. Marie vs. Sudbury vs. Windsor 3 3

32 Mississauga Steelheads Hershey Centre, 55 Rose Cherry Place, Mississauga, Ontario L4Z 4B6 Phone: Fax: Team Directory Owner, President and Governor Elliott Kerr VP, Director of Business Operations Scott Rogers Head Coach and General Manager James Richmond Assistant General Manager/Asst. Coach Jeff Kyrzakos Assistant General Manager Mike Doyle Assistant Coach Brendan Taylor Goaltending Coach Ryan Daniels Video Coach Stefan Legein Athletic Therapist Binne Brouwer Equipment Manager Tom Frater Strength and Conditioning Coach Jim Reeves Manager, Bus. Dev. and Partnerships Matthew Appleby Account Ex., Sales and Sponsorship John Carbone Account Ex., Sales and Minor Hockey Brandon Reischl Manager, Marketing & Com. Relations Alana Davidson Head Scout Rob Toffoli Scouts Brian Connor Steve McKirdy Paul Aguanno Jerrett DeFazio Marty Hogan Academic Advisor Lauren Wilson Club Physician Dr. Tim Rindlisbacher Club Dentists Dr. Paul Piccininni Dr. Amin Babul Elliott Kerr James Richmond Jeff Kyrzakos Team Information Home Arena Hershey Centre Capacity 5,4 Dimensions x 85 Box Office/Arena Phone Arena Manager Mike Hamilton Press Box Location North side Team Colours Blue & White Training Camp Hershey Centre Thomas Harley 3

33 Franchise Record SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6-7 Mississauga Steelheads st (Central) Mississauga Steelheads Mississauga Steelheads th (Central) 4th (Central) 3-4 Mississauga Steelheads th (Central) -3 - Mississauga Steelheads Mississauga St. Michael s Majors th (Central) 5th (Central) - 9- Mississauga St. Michael s Majors Mississauga St. Michael s Majors st (Central) nd (Central) 8-9 Mississauga St. Michael s Majors nd (Central) Mississauga St. Michael s Majors Toronto St. Michael s Majors rd (Central) 5th (Central) Toronto St. Michael s Majors Toronto St. Michael s Majors th (Central) 5th (Central) 3-4 Toronto St. Michael s Majors st (Central) -3 - Toronto St. Michael s Majors Toronto St. Michael s Majors nd (Central) st (Central) Toronto St. Michael s Majors Toronto St. Michael s Majors nd (Central) 4th (Central) Toronto St. Michael s Majors th (Central) Toronto St. Michael s Majors Franchise Totals 66 5, ,383 4,34,656 6th (Eastern) Pct..59 Team Records SEASON Team Most Points (-) 8 Most Goals (-) 87 Most Goals Against (998-99) 36 Fewest Goals Against (-) 7 Individual Most Goals Justin Donati (5-6) 46 Most Assists Justin Donati (5-6) 63 Most Points Justin Donati (5-6) 9 Best GAA Chris Carrozzi (9-).36 JP Anderson (-) GAME Most Goals 4 Tim Brent (March 4, 3 at Kingston); Cory Vitarelli (Jan. 4, 4 at Owen Sound); Devante Smith-Pelly (Oct. 3, 9 at Ottawa 67 s) Most Assists 5 Shawn Cation (Oct 4, 998 vs. Belleville); Tim Brent (Oct. 3, vs. Kingston); Matt Caria (Nov. 6, 6 vs Brampton); Nathan Bastian (Oct., 6 vs Guelph) Most Points 8 Matt Caria (Nov. 6, 6 vs Brampton) Most Powerplay Goals 3 Shawn Cation (Nov, 998 vs. Kingston) Most Shorthanded Goals Kenny Corupe (Sept. 4, 999 at Mississauga) Fastest Opening Goal :7 Ryan Barnes (Nov 5, 998 at Barrie) Fastest Period Goal :8 Devante Smith-Pelly (Nov. 5, 9 at Niagara IceDogs) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :3 Matt Piva (Oct., 7 vs Brampton) Fastest Three Goals by One Player 7:47 Cory Vitarelli (Oct., 5 vs Oshawa) INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS 6-7 Most Goals 3 Michael McLeod (Feb. 4, 7 vs Peterborough and Jan. 4, 7 at Ottawa), Spencer Watson (Dec., 6 at Niagara and Dec. 9, 6 at London), Aidan McFarland (Sep. 5, 6 vs Sudbury), Nicolas Hague (Oct., 6 vs Guelph) Most Assists 5 Nathan Bastian (Oct., 6 vs Guelph) Most Points 6 Michael McLeod (Feb. 4, 7 vs Peterborough) Most Power-Play Goals Nicolas Hague (Oct., 6 vs Guelph), Aidan McFarland (Sep. 5, 6 vs Sudbury), Owen Tippett (Jan. 8, 7 vs London) Most Shorthanded Goals times Fastest Opening Goal : Owen Tippett (Nov. 4, 6 vs Erie) Fastest Period Goal : Michael McLeod (Mar. 9, 7 vs Niagara) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :34 Owen Tippett (Oct. 3, 6 vs Kitchener) Fastest Three Goals by One Player 3:4 Michael McLeod (Jan. 4, 7 at Ottawa Longest Point Scoring Streak (Games) Owen Tippett (Dec. 6, 6 to Jan. 9, 7. G, A) Longest Goal Scoring Streak (Games) 6 Owen Tippett (Oct., 6 to Oct. 3, 6. G, A) 33

34 Mississauga Steelheads 7 OHL Priority Selections RD NO NAME 6-7 CLUB POS HT WT BIRTHDATE 8 Hughes, Jack Toronto Marlboros Minor Midget AAA C /4/ 4 Harley, Thomas Vaughan Kings Minor Midget AAA LD /9/ 3 Washkurak, Keean Waterloo Wolves Minor Midget AAA C /6/ 4 65 Zegras, Trevor Avon Old Farms PS Winged Beavers C // 4 69 Schwindt, Cole Kitchener Jr. Rangers Minor Midget AAA C /5/ 7 Varga, Adam Washington Little Capitals 5U LW /7/ 8 53 Altomare, Matthew Ajax-Pickering Raiders Minor Midget AAA LD /7/ 8 55 Dunsmoor, Matthew Guelph Gryphons Minor Midget AAA G /4/ 9 64 Christner, Callan Waterloo Wolves Minor Midget AAA LW /8/ 9 73 Mastrosimone, Robert Shattuck-St. Mary s 6U C /4/ 93 Kowara, Arthur Mississauga Rebels Minor Midget AAA C /4/ 3 Warren, Marshall North Jersey Avalanche 6U LD // 33 De Kemp, Noel Cumberland Grads Midget AAA RW 6. 7 /9/ 3 53 Goodwin, Kurtis Waterloo Wolves Minor Midget AAA RW /6/ 4 73 Power, Jordan Toronto Nationals Minor Midget AAA LD /3/ 5 93 Holmes, Deacon Mississauga Senators Minor Midget AAA LD /6/ Under-8 Priority Selection 3 Gaylor, Cameron Don Mills Flyers Midget AAA LW // Watson, Jack Toronto Nationals Midget AAA G /4/ 3 53 Paschalis, Kevin Vaughan Kings Midget AAA RW // 4 73 Heinrich, Austin York-Simcoe Express Midget AAA LW // 5 9 Romeo, Noah Toronto Marlboros Midget AAA RD /9/ CHL Import Draft 37 Michnac, Albert Guelph Storm LW /8/998 Head Coach James Richmond Born: July, 964; Mississauga, ON Coaching Record Year Club GP W L OTL SL PTS Finish 6-7 Mississauga Steelheads st (Central) Coaching History Mark Napier, ; Mark Napier and Mike Futa ; Mike Futa and Mark Osborne 999-; Dave Cameron - to 3-4; Bud Stefanski 4-5 to 6-7; Dave Cameron 7-8 to -; James Boyd - to 5-6; James Richmond 6-7 to date. 6-7 Team Record W L OTL SL Overall Record: Home Record: Road Record: 8 4 Overtime Record: 6 vs. East Division Opponents vs. Central Division Opponents 8 3 vs. West Division Opponents 5 5 vs. Midwest Division Opponents 5 6 September Record October Record 4 4 November Record 6 December Record 7 4 January Record 7 February Record 7 March Record 7 Playoff Record: W L OTL SL vs. Barrie 4 vs. Erie 4 vs. Flint vs. Guelph vs. Hamilton 3 vs. Kingston vs. Kitchener vs. London vs. Niagara 6 vs. North Bay 5 vs. Oshawa vs. Ottawa vs. Owen Sound vs. Peterborough vs. Saginaw vs. Sarnia vs. Sault Ste. Marie vs. Sudbury 3 vs. Windsor

35 Niagara IceDogs One IceDogs Way, St. Catharines, Ontario LR B3 Phone: Fax: Team Directory Governor President General Manager Head Coach Associate Coach Assistant Coach Goalie Coach Athletic Therapist Equipment Manager Video Analyst Director of Scouting Scouts Manager Game Day Operations Manager of Ticket Sales Academic Advisor Club Physicians Club Dentist Bill Burke Denise Burke Joey Burke Billy Burke Ted Dent Kris Sparre Ryan Ludzik Peter Dobbin Nick Hornby Rick Martin Roger MacLeod Darryl Boulley Matt Milne Kenny Fleck Nathan Martine Steve Ludzik Jr. Mark Seidel Rich Lisk Rob Hubbert Brandon Currie Rachael Callaghan Brianne Whitty Tim Tope Dr. John Ostrowski Dr. David Dec Dr. Daryl Smith Bill Burke Denise Burke Billy Burke Team Information Home Arena Merdian Centre Capacity 5,3 Dimensions of Rink x 85 Box Office/Arena Phone Arena Manager Ken Noakes Press Box Location Suite/Club Level, Southwest Side, above section Team Colours Black, White & Red Training Camp Meridian Centre Philip Tomasino 35

36 Niagara IceDogs Franchise Record See page 6 for complete franchise records SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6-7 Niagara IceDogs rd (Central) 5-6 Niagara IceDogs rd (Central) 4-5 Niagara IceDogs rd (Central) 3-4 Niagara IceDogs th (Central) -3 Niagara IceDogs th (Central) - Niagara IceDogs st (Central) - Niagara IceDogs nd (Central) 9- Niagara IceDogs th (Central) 8-9 Niagara IceDogs th (Central) 7-8 Niagara IceDogs nd (Central) Team Totals ,384,3 Pct..539 Team Records SEASON Team Most Points (-) 96 Most Goals (6-7) 36 Most Goals Against (998-99) 46 Fewest Goals Against (-) 69 Individual Most Goals Luca Caputi (7-8) 5 Most Assists Ryan Strome (-) 73 Most Points Luca Caputi (7-8) Best G.A.A. Mark Visentin (-).99 GAME Most Goals 5 Brett Ritchie (Nov. 4, at Peterborough) Most Assists 5 Patrick Jarrett (Sept. 7, vs. Belleville); Matt Passfield (Sept., vs. Peterborough); Michael Swift (Sep., 6 at Sudbury) Most Points 6 Patrick Jarrett (Sept. 7, vs. Belleville); Michael Swift (Mar. 6, 7 vs Peterborough); Jadran Beljo (Mar. 6, 7 vs Peterborough); David Pacan (Mar. 5, vs Sarnia) Most Power-Play Goals 3 Brendan Perlini (Jan., 4 at Kitchener Rangers) Most Shorthanded Goals Dan Rudisuela (Oct. 5, vs. Brampton); David Pszenyczny (Dec. 8, 5 at Toronto) Fastest Opening Goal :3 Alex Pietrangelo (Sep. 3, 7 vs Sudbury) Fastest Period Goal :9 Chad Wiseman (Dec, 998 vs. Sudbury, 3rd period) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :8 Chris Lawrence (Jan. 9, 7 vs Barrie) Fastest Three Goals by One Player 7:9 Chris Lawrence (Jan. 9, 7 vs Barrie) INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS 6-7 Most Goals 3 Kirill Maksimov (Mar. 5, 7 vs Erie and Mar. 9, 7 vs Owen Sound), Johnny Corneil (Jan., 7 vs Ottawa) Most Assists 4 Akil Thomas (Mar., 7 vs North Bay) Most Points 5 Akil Thomas (Mar., 7 vs North Bay) Most Power-Play Goals Kirill Maksimov (Mar., 7 vs North Bay and Mar. 5, 7 vs Erie), William Lochead (Jan. 4, 7 at Barrie), Ben Jones (Jan., 7 vs Ottawa) Most Shorthanded Goals Kyle Langdon (Jan. 9, 7 vs Guelph and Mar., 7 vs North Bay), Aaron Haydon (Jan. 3, 7 vs Flint), Johnny Corneil (Jan. 3, 7 vs Flint), Matthew Philip (Oct. 9, 6 vs Erie), Graham Knott (Oct., 6 at North Bay) Fastest Opening Goal :5 Ben Jones (Nov., 6 vs Barrie) Fastest Period Goal :5 Johnny Corneil (Nov. 9, 6 vs London) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :8 Johnny Corneil (Jan. 3, 7 vs Flint) Fastest Three Goals by One Player :54 Kirill Maksimov (Mar. 9, 7 vs Owen Sound) Longest Point Scoring Streak (Games) 7 Graham Knott (Oct., 6 to Oct. 9, 6. 3G, 3A) Johnny Corneil (Dec. 3, 6 to Jan. 4, 7. 8G, 8A) Johnny Corneil (Jan. 8, 7 to Feb., 7. 5G, 5A) Longest Goal Scoring Streak (Games) 4 Christopher Paquette (Oct. 9, 6 to Oct. 8, 6. 6G, 6A) Johnny Corneil (Jan. 7, 7 to Jan. 4, 7. 7G, 7A) 36

37 7 OHL Priority Selections RD NO NAME 6-7 CLUB POS HT WT BIRTHDATE 5 Tomasino, Philip Mississauga Rebels Minor Midget AAA C /8/ 36 Constantinou, Billy Toronto Marlboros Minor Midget AAA RD /5/ 3 5 Martin, Ian Ajax-Pickering Raiders Minor Midget AAA RW /7/ 6 5 Sbaraglia, Christian Vaughan Kings Minor Midget AAA G // 6 6 Campbell, Ryan Cambridge Hawks Minor Midget AAA C /7/ 8 45 Balbosa, Jalen York-Simcoe Express Minor Midget AAA C // 9 65 Nardi, Daniel Vaughan Kings Minor Midget AAA RD /7/ 85 Howard, Mason London Knights Minor Midget AAA LD 6. /3/ 5 Kraws, Ben Buffalo Jr. Sabres 6U G // 3 45 Sullivan, Kyle Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs Minor Midget AAA LD /4/ 4 65 Ferris, Drew Vaughan Kings Minor Midget AAA C /3/ 5 85 Hurley, Jarod Sudbury Minor Midget Wolves C // 5 96 Cook, AJ Niagara North Stars Minor Midget AAA RD // Under-8 Priority Selection 5 Abouzeeni, Abdul Windsor AAA Zone Midget AAA RD // 5 Adams, Jaleel Niagara North Stars Midget AAA RW /3/ 3 45 Eberhardt, Riley Niagara North Stars Midget AAA G /8/ 4 65 Guignard, Brendan Burlington Eagles Midget AAA D // 5 84 Dokis-Dupuis, Mathieu Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves C /6/ CHL Import Draft 3 Liljegren, Timothy Rogle BK RD /3/999 Head Coach Billy Burke Born: June 6, 986 in Newmarket, Ontario Coaching Record Year Club GP W L T OT/SL PTS Finish No OHL Coaching Record. Coaching History Peter Sturgeon and Jim Hulton , Jim Hulton, Geoff Ward and Steve Cherry 999-, Rick Vaive -; Don Cherry -; Steve Ludzik -3; Greg Gilbert 3-4 to 5-6; Mike Kelly 6-7; Mario Cicchillo 7-8 to 8-9, Mike McCourt 9-, Marty Williamson - to 5-6; Dave Bell 6-7; Billy Burke 7-8 to date. 6-7 Team Record W L OTL SL Overall Record: Home Record: Road Record: 8 5 Overtime Record: 7 vs. East Division Opponents 6 vs. Central Division Opponents 8 3 vs. West Division Opponents 3 6 vs. Midwest Division Opponents 3 9 September Record October Record 3 6 November Record 5 4 December Record 7 January Record 5 6 February Record 4 5 March Record 3 6 Playoff Record: 4 W L OTL SL vs. Barrie 4 vs. Erie 4 vs. Flint vs. Guelph vs. Hamilton 3 vs. Kingston 4 vs. Kitchener vs. London vs. Mississauga 4 vs. North Bay 3 vs. Oshawa vs. Ottawa 3 vs. Owen Sound vs. Peterborough 3 vs. Saginaw vs. Sarnia vs. Sault Ste. Marie vs. Sudbury 4 vs. Windsor 37

38 North Bay Battalion North Bay Memorial Gardens Chippewa Street, North Bay, ON PB 6G Phone: x. 7 Fax: Team Directory Chairman and Governor C. Scott Abbott President, Alternate Governor Mike Griffin Director of Hockey Ops/Head Coach Stan Butler Asst. Coach/Asst. GM of Hky Ops/Goal. Coach Adam Dennis Assistant Coaches Scott Wray, Bill Houlder Asst. GM of Player Dev. and Admin. Matt Rabideau Athletic Therapist/Equipment Manager Andrew Sachkiw Assistant Equipment Manager Daryl Ashenden Director of Scouting Errol Hook Scouts Jason Day, Terry Uniac, Stephen Blinn, Pat Domenico, Dan McIlhone, Brayden Abraham, Jeff Bateman, Gord Pell Marketing & Communications Scott Walpole Sales Sean Lepkan Sales Associate Gary Davison Ticketing & Customer Service Kerri Sawyer Food & Beverage Services Steve Bitonti Accounting Yolanda Haight Academic Advisor Colleen Point Club Physicians Dr. Terry Rotondo, Dr. Jim Vigars Dr. Mike Leckie, Dr. Chris Cathers Dr. Rick Delisle, Dr. Gary Pearce Club Dentists Dr. Fuad Karim, Dr. Len Burman, Dr. Mario Lemay, Dr. Peter Fuzy, Dr. Anil Patel, Dr. Mike Guy, Dr. Dave McParland, Dr. Tim Bagan, Dr. Larry Hoffman Team Information Home Arena North Bay Memorial Gardens Capacity 4,43 Dimensions x 85 Arena Phone Arena Manager Melinda Fry Media Box Centre ice, west side Team Colours Green, Black, White, Gold, Red & Flesh Training Camp North Bay Memorial Gardens Affiliated Team Powassan Voodoos 38 C. Scott Abbott Mike Griffin Stan Butler Brandon Coe

39 Franchise Record SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6-7 North Bay Battalion th (Central) 5-6 North Bay Battalion nd (Central) 4-5 North Bay Battalion nd (Central) 3-4 North Bay Battalion st (Central) -3 Brampton Battalion nd (Central) - Brampton Battalion rd (Central) - Brampton Battalion rd (Central) 9- Brampton Battalion rd (Central) 8-9 Brampton Battalion st (Central) 7-8 Brampton Battalion st (Central) 6-7 Brampton Battalion th (Central) 5-6 Brampton Battalion st (Central) 4-5 Brampton Battalion rd (Central) 3-4 Brampton Battalion th (Central) -3 Brampton Battalion st (Central) - Brampton Battalion th (Midwest) - Brampton Battalion rd (Midwest) 999- Brampton Battalion rd (Midwest) Brampton Battalion th (Midwest) Franchise Totals, ,36 4,45 4,93 Pct..57 Team Records SEASON Team Most Points (8-9) 96 Most Goals (5-6) 75 Most Goals Against (998-99) 36 Fewest Goals Against (9-) 8 Individual Most Goals Mike Amadio (5-6) 5 Most Assists Wojtek Wolski (5-6) 8 Most Points Wojtek Wolski (5-6) 8 Best G.A.A. Matej Machovsky (-).36 GAME Most Goals 5 Mike Amadio (February 3, 6 at Kingston) Most Assists 6 Luch Aquino (March 3, 6 vs Oshawa) Most Points 7 Wojtek Wolski (Jan., 6 vs Erie) Most Power-Play Goals 3 Luke Lynes (Feb. 9, 7 at London) Most Shorthanded Goals Cody Hodgson (Nov. 3, 7 at Kingston and Jan. 3, 9 at Peterborough), Patrik Machac (Nov., vs Niagara) Fastest Opening Goal :9 Lukas Havel (Nov., 999 vs. London) Fastest Period Goal :7 Evgeny Grachev (Oct. 3, 8 vs Kingston) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :7 Brian Barker (Oct. 3, 998 at Kitchener - nd period) Fastest Three Goals by One Player : Jay McClement (March 9, 3 vs. Mississauga) INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS 6-7 Most Goals times Most Assists 4 Daniil Vertiy (Oct., 6 vs Ottawa) Most Points 4 Maurizio Colella (Nov. 4, 6 at Niagara), Daniil Vertiy (Oct., 6 vs Ottawa) Most Power-Play Goals Justin Brazeau (Jan. 7, 7 at Peterborough) Most Shorthanded Goals 9 times Fastest Opening Goal :6 Brett McKenzie (Feb. 5, 7 vs Sault Ste. Marie) Fastest Period Goal :6 Brett McKenzie (Feb. 5, 7 vs Sault Ste. Marie) Fastest Two Goals by One Player 3:5 Justin Brazeau (Dec. 8, 6 vs Flint) Fastest Three Goals by One Player - N/A Longest Point Scoring Streak (Games) 9 Steve Harland (Nov. 8, 6 to Dec. 9, 6. 6G, 6A) Longest Goal Scoring Streak (Games) 4 Brett McKenzie (Oct. 8, 6 to Oct. 5, 6. 6G, 6A) Brett McKenzie (Jan. 9, 7 to Jan. 7, 7. 4G, 4A) Steve Harland (Oct., 6 to Oct. 3, 6. 4G, 4A) Steve Harland (Nov. 4, 6 to Nov. 3, 6. 6G, 6A) 39

40 North Bay Battalion 7 OHL Priority Selections RD NO NAME 6-7 CLUB POS HT WT BIRTHDATE 3 Coe, Brandon Toronto Nationals Minor Midget AAA RW // 35 Rose, Simon Pembroke Lumber Kings Midget AAA RD /3/ 3 43 Evans, Kurtis Central Ontario Wolves Minor Midget AAA C // 4 7 Vescio, Payton North Bay Trappers Midget RD // 6 3 Cicigoi, Christian Thunder Bay Kings 6U G /6/ 6 Porter, Nathan Whitby Wildcats Minor Midget AAA LD // 7 3 Diodati, Owen Southern Tier Admirals Minor Midget AAA LW /7/ 8 43 Cunti, David Toronto Titans Minor Midget AAA G 5. 4// 8 46 Belisle, Owen Thunder Bay Kings 6U LW // 9 63 Caines, Harrison Toronto Titans Minor Midget AAA LW /4/ 9 Mills, Ryan North Bay Trappers Midget C /5/ 3 Hardwick, Mathew North Bay Trappers Midget RW /3/ 3 43 Mandleur, Kyle Mercer Chiefs 6U C/LW // 4 63 Lukezic, Andrew Toronto Titans Minor Midget AAA RD /9/ 4 76 Kuzmyk, Curtis Barrie Jr. Colts Minor Midget AAA LW 6. 9 // 5 83 Mulder, Maxim Huron Perth Lakers Minor Midget AAA RD /3/ Under-8 Priority Selection 3 Mosley, Ryland Carleton Place Canadians Midget AAA LW 5. 8 /5/ 3 Weber, Jared CIH Academy Green Midget AAA C /8/ 3 43 Drouin, Francois Cumberland Grads Midget AAA LW /6/ 4 63 Barber, Will Oakville Rangers Midget AAA G 5. 5 /8/ 5 83 Davis, Nick North Bay Trappers Midget LW // CHL Import Draft 7 Chytil, Filip Zlin PSG C /5/999 Head Coach Stan Butler Born: Toronto, Ont., February, 956 Year Club GP W L T OTL SOL PTS Finish Oshawa Generals nd (East) Oshawa Generals th (East) Brampton Battalion th (Midwest) 999- Brampton Battalion rd (Midwest) - Brampton Battalion rd (Midwest) - Brampton Battalion th (Midwest) -3 Brampton Battalion st (Central) 3-4 Brampton Battalion th (Central) 4-5 Brampton Battalion rd (Central) 5-6 Brampton Battalion st (Central) 6-7 Brampton Battalion th (Central) 7-8 Brampton Battalion st (Central) 8-9 Brampton Battalion st (Central) 9- Brampton Battalion rd (Central) - Brampton Battalion rd (Central) - Brampton Battalion rd (Central) -3 Brampton Battalion nd (Central) 3-4 North Bay Battalion st (Central) 4-5 North Bay Battalion nd (Central) 5-6 North Bay Battalion nd (Central) 6-7 North Bay Battalion th (Central) OHL Totals, ,54 Pct..53 Coaching History Stan Butler to present. 6-7 Team Record W L OTL SL Overall Record: Home Record: 8 3 Road Record: Overtime Record: 5 5 vs. East Division Opponents 6 3 vs. Central Division Opponents 3 vs. West Division Opponents 5 6 vs. Midwest Division Opponents 8 September Record October Record 8 4 November Record 5 6 December Record 6 January Record 3 7 February Record 4 8 March Record 5 4 W L OTL SL vs. Barrie 3 vs. Erie vs. Flint vs. Guelph vs. Hamilton vs. Kingston 4 vs. Kitchener vs. London vs. Mississauga 4 vs. Niagara 3 3 vs. Oshawa 3 vs. Ottawa 3 vs. Owen Sound vs. Peterborough 4 vs. Saginaw vs. Sarnia vs. Sault Ste. Marie 3 vs. Sudbury 5 vs. Windsor

41 Oshawa Generals Tribute Communities Centre 99 Athol Street East, Oshawa, Ontario LH J8 Phone: Fax: Team Directory President and Governor Rocco Tullio Vice President John McMahon General Manager Roger Hunt Head Coach Bob Jones Assistant Coaches Greg Nemisz Nathan McIver Goaltending Consultant Zac Bierk Head Ath. Trainer & Equip. Manager Bryan Boyes Director of Hockey Operations Mike Kelly Director Player Pers. and Scouting Coord. Kevin Thacker Scouts Kevin Bloch, Mike Craig, Anthony Herrington, Joe Beleskey, Danny O Brien, Joe Washkurak, Logan Graves, Tony Ciampa Team Travel Coordinator Gary Minacs Director, Business Operations Andrew Edwards Director, Marketing & Sponsorship Meghan Wright Director, Ticket Sales & Service Jason Hickman Manager, Media Relations and Game Ops. Jessica Corbett Manager, Corporate Partnership Eric Ebenbauer Community Relations/Merchandise Joe Crimi Ticket Sales Account Representative Sean Meyers Office Administrator Chantel Paradis Digital Marketing Coordinator Brooke Ashley Academic Advisor Tom Buchanan Club Physicians Dr. Bolger, Dr. Paulovic, Dr. Martin Club Dentist Dr. Zakarow Rocco Tullio Roger Hunt Bob Jones Team Information Home Arena Tribute Communities Centre Dimensions 85 x Capacity 5,8 (5,637 with standing) Box Office Phone Arena Manager Vince Vella Media Room Lower Level Team Colours Red, White, Blue Training Camp Tribute Communities Centre Affiliated Teams Whitby Fury Manager: John Tugnutt Niagara Falls Canucks Manager: Frank Pietrangelo Mitchell Brewer 4

42 Oshawa Generals Franchise Record See page 6 for complete franchise records SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6-7 Oshawa Generals nd (East) 5-6 Oshawa Generals th (East) 4-5 Oshawa Generals st (East) 3-4 Oshawa Generals st (East) -3 Oshawa Generals nd (East) - Oshawa Generals th (East) - Oshawa Generals nd (East) 9- Oshawa Generals th (East) 8-9 Oshawa Generals th (East) 7-8 Oshawa Generals nd (East) 6-7 Oshawa Generals nd (East) 5-6 Oshawa Generals th (East) 4-5 Oshawa Generals th (East) 3-4 Oshawa Generals rd (East) -3 Oshawa Generals th (East) - Oshawa Generals th (East) - Oshawa Generals th (East) 999- Oshawa Generals th (East) Oshawa Generals rd (East) Oshawa Generals th (East) Oshawa Generals nd (East) Oshawa Generals th (East) Oshawa Generals nd (East) Oshawa Generals th (Leyden) Oshawa Generals rd (Leyden) Franchise Totals 4,78,96, ,36 6,844 6,359 Pct..58 Team Records SEASON Team Most Points (4-5) 8 Most Goals (99-9) 38 Most Goals Against (976-77) 444 Fewest Goals Against (4-5) 57 Individual Most Goals Tony Tanti (98-8) 8 Most Assists Scott McCrory (986-87) 99 Most Points Tony Tanti (8-8) 5 Scott McCrory (86-87) Best GAA Ken Appleby (4-5).8 GAME Most Goals Tony Tanti (Jan. 8, 98 vs. Kitchener) 6 Most Assists Chuck Durocher (Nov. 8, 976 vs. Sault Ste. Marie) 7 Most Points Tony Tanti (Jan. 8, 98 vs. Kitchener) 8 Most Powerplay Goals Tony Tanti (Jan. 8, 98 vs. Kitchener) 4 Most Shorthanded Goals Dan Gratton (984-85), Eric Lindros (99-9), Rob Pearson (99-9), Scott Hollis (99-9), Stephane Soulliere (994-95), Kurt Walsh (995-96), Marc Savard (996-97), Brandon Nolan (-3), John Tavares (5-6), Michael Del Zotto (Jan. 3, 8 vs Kingston) Fastest Opening Goal Paul Gardner (Feb. 3, 976 at Kitchener) :5 Fastest Period Goal Brett Trudell (Sep. 6, 4 vs Mississauga - OT) :4 Fastest Two Goals by One Player Greg Malone (Oct., 974-3rd period) :4 Fastest Three Goals by One Player Peter Horachek (Oct. 4, 979 vs. Kitchener - 3rd period) :4 4 INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS 6-7 Most Goals 3 Riley Stillman (Mar. 9, 7 vs Peterborough), Anthony Cirelli (Oct., 6 vs Windsor), Mitchell Vande Sompel (Nov. 3, 6 at North Bay) Most Assists 3 Domenico Commisso (Oct. 9, 6 vs Barrie, Dec. 6, 6 vs Niagara and Nov. 6, 6 vs Ottawa), Jack Studnicka (Mar. 4, 7 at Flint), Mitchell Vande Sompel (Nov. 5, 6 vs Flint), Eric Henderson (Oct., 6 vs Sarnia) Most Points 4 Anthony Cirelli (Oct., 6 vs Windsor), Eric Henderson (Oct., 6 vs Sarnia), Mitchell Vande Sompel (Nov. 3, 6 at North Bay) Most Power-Play Goals Medric Mercier (Mar., 7 at Kingston) Most Shorthanded Goals 9 times Fastest Opening Goal :5 Medric Mercier (Jan. 7, 7 at Guelph) Fastest Period Goal :8 Sullivan Sparkes (Nov. 3, 6 vs Sudbury) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :5 Mitchell Vande Sompel (Oct. 9, 6 vs Barrie) Fastest Three Goals by One Player :56 Mitchell Vande Sompel (Nov. 3, 6 at North Bay) Longest Point Scoring Streak (Games) 9 Anthony Cirelli (Oct. 9, 6 to Oct. 3, 6. 5G, 5A) Longest Goal Scoring Streak (Games) 4 Medric Mercier (Jan., 7 to Jan. 8, 7. 5G, 5A)

43 7 OHL Priority Selections RD NO NAME 6-7 CLUB POS HT WT BIRTHDATE 5 Brewer, Mitchell Halton Hills Hurricanes Minor Midget AAA LD // 38 Wong, Nick Mississauga Senators Minor Midget AAA C /7/ 4 74 Lalonde, Eric Grey-Bruce Highlanders Minor Midget AAA RD 5. 8 /8/ 5 9 Paputsakis, Zachary Cumberland Grads Midget AAA G 6. 6 /8/ 7 34 Jeffrey, Adam Windsor AAA Zone Minor Midget AAA LW /8/ 8 54 Spencer, Cole Ajax-Pickering Raiders Minor Midget AAA LW /3/ 9 74 Farinacci, John Shattuck-St. Mary s 6U C /4/ 83 McAndrew, Eric Mississauga Senators Minor Midget AAA RD 5. 7 /4/ 94 Lindmark, Owen Chicago Mission 6U C /7/ 4 McSorley, Tye Mississauga Reps Minor Midget AAA RW // 34 Aslanidis, Alex Philadelphia Jr. Flyers 6U G 6.3 // 3 54 Drouin, Danyk Ottawa Senators Midget AAA C // 4 74 Thompson, Lucas Hamilton Huskies Minor Midget AAA LW /3/ 5 94 Russell, Zach Kitchener Jr. Rangers Minor Midget AAA RW /4/ Under-8 Priority Selection 4 White, Mackenzie Nepean Raiders Midget AAA C /3/ 34 Sabourin, Mathieu Cornwall Colts Midget AAA C /4/ 3 54 Tesoro, Dante Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs Midget AAA LD /6/ 4 74 McMahon, Mason North Bay Trappers Midget C 5. 7 /5/ CHL Import Draft 4 Gross, Nico Zug EV Jr. RD /6/ Head Coach Bob Jones Born: January 3, 97, Sault Ste. Marie, ON Coaching Record Year Club GP W L OTL SL PTS Finish - Windsor Spitfires nd (West) 5-6 Oshawa Generals th (East) 6-7 Oshawa Generals nd (East) OHL Totals Pct..566 Coaching History Doug Williams 96-63; Jim Cherry to ; Bep Guidolin ; Ted O Connor ; Ike Hildebrand to ; Doug Williams 969-7; Eddy Reigle 97-7; Gus Bodnar 97-7 to ; Sherwood Bassin ; Bill White to ; Paul Theriault 979-8; Bill LaForge 98-8; Paul Theriault 98-8 to ; Rick Cornacchia to ; Stan Butler to ; Bill Stewart ; John Goodwin to 999-; George Burnett - to 3-4; Bob McGill, Brad Selwood and Randy Ladouceur, 4-5; Randy Ladouceur 5-6; Brad Selwood 6-7 to 7-8; Chris DePiero 7-8 to -; Gary Agnew, -; D.J. Smith -3 to 4-5; Bob Jones 5-6 to date. 6-7 Team Record W L OTL SL Overall Record: Home Record: 5 9 Road Record: Overtime Record: 4 5 vs. East Division Opponents 7 vs. Central Division Opponents 4 vs. West Division Opponents 5 5 vs. Midwest Division Opponents 4 6 September Record 3 October Record 8 November Record 8 December Record 4 4 January Record 6 4 February Record 7 5 March Record 6 3 Playoff Record: 5 6 W L OTL SL vs. Barrie 3 vs. Erie vs. Flint vs. Guelph vs. Hamilton 4 vs. Kingston 6 vs. Kitchener vs. London vs. Mississauga 4 vs. Niagara vs. North Bay 3 vs. Ottawa 3 5 vs. Owen Sound vs. Peterborough 4 vs. Saginaw vs. Sarnia vs. Sault Ste. Marie vs. Sudbury vs. Windsor 43

44 Ottawa 67 s The Arena at TD Place, 5 Bank Street, Ottawa, ON KS 3W7 Phone: Sales/Marketing Fax: Hockey Ops Fax: Team Directory Governor Jeff Hunt VP, Communications and Content Randy Burgess VP, Partnerships, Merchandising Adrian Sciarra VP, Venues & Entertainment Mike Cerha VP, Ticket Sales & Marketing John Mathers General Manager James Boyd Assistant General Manager Jan Egert Head Coach/VP Hockey Operations André Tourigny Head Scout/Dir. of Player Personnel Pat Higgins Assistant Coaches Mario Duhamel, Norm Milley Goalie Coach Andy Chiodo Dir. of Player Dev. and Performance Derek Miller Video Coach Eric Hein Head Equipment Manager Chris Hamilton Senior Advisor, Hockey Operations Brian Kilrea Advisor, Hockey Operations Bert O Brien Hockey Operations Associate Robert Mahlitz Head Athletic Therapist Dan Marynowski Strength and Conditioning Coach Sean Young Scouts Joe Rowley, Peter Anthony, Jonathan Kyriacou, Brent Soucie, Marty Hogan, Sean Teakle, Jay Lacroix Account Director, Corporate Part. Erin O Connell Director, Communications and Content Graeme Ivory Brand and Marketing Manager Brianne Fodor Director, Ticket Operations Eric Childers Academic Advisor Eileen Duffin Office Administrator Diane Davidson Team Information Home Arena The Arena at TD Place Capacity 6, (expandable to 9,86) Dimensions x 85 Arena Phone x84 Arena Manager Mike Cerha Training Camp The Arena at TD Place Team Colours Red, White, & Black Jeff Hunt James Boyd André Tourigny Graeme Clarke 44

45 Franchise Record See page 7 for complete franchise records SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6-7 Ottawa 67 s th (East) 5-6 Ottawa 67 s nd (East) 4-5 Ottawa 67 s nd (East) 3-4 Ottawa 67 s th (East) -3 Ottawa 67 s th (East) - Ottawa 67 s st (East) - Ottawa 67 s st (East) 9- Ottawa 67 s st (East) 8-9 Ottawa 67 s nd (East) 7-8 Ottawa 67 s rd (East) 6-7 Ottawa 67 s th (East) 5-6 Ottawa 67 s th (East) 4-5 Ottawa 67 s nd (East) 3-4 Ottawa 67 s st (East) -3 Ottawa 67 s st (East) - Ottawa 67 s nd (East) - Ottawa 67 s nd (East) 999- Ottawa 67 s st (East) Ottawa 67 s st (East) Ottawa 67 s st (Eastern) Ottawa 67 s st (Eastern) Ottawa 67 s st (Eastern) Ottawa 67 s th (Eastern) Ottawa 67 s nd (Leyden) Ottawa 67 s th (Leyden) Franchise Totals 3,38,7, ,7 4,3,78 Pct..558 Team Records SEASON Team Most Points (996-97) 4 Most Goals (977-78) 45 Most Goals Against (974-75) 38 Fewest Goals Against (998-99) 64 Individual Most Goals Peter Lee (975-76) 8 Most Assists Bob Smith (977-78) 3 Most Points Bob Smith (977-78) 9 Best GAA Levente Szuper (998-99).33 GAME Most Goals 6 Tim Young (Jan. 4, 975 vs. St. Catharines) Most Assists 7 Tim Young (Feb. 6, 975 vs. London) Most Points 8 Tim Young (Jan. 4, 75 vs. St. Catharines and Feb. 6, 75 vs. London); Derek Grant and Steve Washburn (Feb. 9, 95 at S.S.Marie) Most Powerplay Goals 5 Bob Smith (Oct., 977 vs. Niagara Falls) Most Shorthanded Goals Bruce Baker (974-75); Bob Smith (976-77); Shean Donovan (993-94), Alyn McCauley (996-97) Fastest Opening Goal :9 Frank Donnelly (Sept. 7, 974 vs. Toronto); Warren Holmes (Feb., 977 at Kitchener) Fastest Period Goal :7 Alyn McCauley (Dec., 994 at Belleville - nd period) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :7 Jim Fox (Jan., 979 at Brantford - 3rd period) Fastest Three Goals by One Player :5 Tom McDonell (Dec., 976 vs. Sudbury - nd period) INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS 6-7 Most Goals 3 Austen Keating (Dec. 3, 6 vs Oshawa), Tye Felhaber (Nov. 9, 6 at Barrie) Most Assists 4 Mathieu Foget (Mar., 7 at Oshawa) Most Points 5 Mathieu Foget (Mar., 7 at Oshawa) Most Power-Play Goals Drake Rymsha (Sep., 6 at Peterborough), Sasha Chmelevski (Nov. 4, 6 at Kingston and Oct., 6 at Flint) Most Shorthanded Goals 7 times Fastest Opening Goal :4 Mathieu Foget (Jan. 8, 7 vs Niagara) Fastest Period Goal :9 Austen Keating (Mar. 8, 7 vs Oshawa) Fastest Two Goals by One Player : Austen Keating (Oct. 9, 6 at Kingston) Fastest Three Goals by One Player 33:43 Austen Keating (Dec. 3, 6 vs Oshawa) Longest Point Scoring Streak (Games) Artur Tyanulin (Dec. 3, 6 to Jan. 7, 7. 7G, 7A) Longest Goal Scoring Streak (Games) 5 Patrick White (Oct. 9, 6 to Oct., 6. 5G, 5A) Drake Rymsha (Sep., 6 to Oct., 6. 6G, 6A) Mathieu Foget (Mar. 4, 7 to Mar., 7. 5G, 5A) 45

46 Ottawa 67 s 7 OHL Priority Selections RD NO NAME 6-7 CLUB POS HT WT BIRTHDATE 6 Clarke, Graeme Toronto Marlboros Minor Midget AAA RW /4/ 39 Quinn, Jack Kanata Lasers Midget AAA RW /9/ 3 46 Peric, Lucas Halton Hills Hurricanes Minor Midget AAA LD /8/ 3 59 Swankler, Austen Pittsburgh Penguins Elite 6U C // 5 86 Gilberds, Tyler Vaughan Kings Minor Midget AAA C // 6 6 Afanasyev, Egor Detroit Little Caesars 6U C /3/ 7 6 Wood, Gavin Waterloo Wolves Minor Midget AAA RD /5/ 9 66 Pearson, Luke Whitby Wildcats Minor Midget AAA G /9/ 86 DiDanieli, Jacob Whitby Wildcats Minor Midget AAA C /4/ 6 Burtch, Cole Mississauga Reps Minor Midget AAA LW 5.7 // 6 Kuntar, Trevor Buffalo Jr. Sabres 6U C // 3 46 Coltart, Bruce Smiths Falls Bears Midget AAA LD /4/ 4 66 Tomilson, Brendan Central Ontario Wolves Minor Midget AAA RD /4/ 5 8 Rosenberg, Matthew North York Rangers Minor Midget AAA RW /5/ Under-8 Priority Selection 6 Jones, Creed Central Ontario Wolves Midget AAA G /3/ 6 Mansurov, Rizvan Richmond Hill Coyotes Major Midget C /8/ 3 46 Losev, Seva CIH Academy Green Midget AAA LW /3/ 4 66 Larsen, Willem Kanata Lasers Midget AAA RD // 5 85 Walsh, Jack Kemptville 73s Midget AAA RD // CHL Import Draft 6 Okhotyuk, Nikita Chelyabinsk Belye Medvedi LD 6. 8 /4/ 76 True, Oliver Rungsted Ishockey RW /4/ Head Coach André Tourigny Born: May 3, 974 in Nicolet, QC Year Club GP W L T OTL PTS Finish 3-4 Rouyn-Noranda (QMJHL) rd (West) 4-5 Rouyn-Noranda (QMJHL) st (West) 5-6 Rouyn-Noranda (QMJHL) rd (West) 6-7 Rouyn-Noranda (QMJHL) th (West) 7-8 Rouyn-Noranda (QMJHL) st (West) 8-9 Rouyn-Noranda (QMJHL) rd (West) 9- Rouyn-Noranda (QMJHL) st (West) - Rouyn-Noranda (QMJHL) th (West) - Rouyn-Noranda (QMJHL) th (West) -3 Rouyn-Noranda (QMJHL) nd (West) 6-7 Halifax Mooseheads (QMJHL) th (Maritimes) Coaching History Bill Long, to 97-7; Leo Boivin, and ; Brian Kilrea, to ; Cliff Stewart and Bob Ellett, ; Bob Ellett, ; Brian Kilrea, to ; Peter Lee, ; Brian Kilrea, ; Chris Byrne 9- to 3-4; Jeff Brown 4-5 to 6-7, André Tourigny 7-8 to date. 6-7 Team Record W L OTL SL Overall Record: Home Record: 3 Road Record: Overtime Record: 6 8 vs. East Division Opponents 5 3 vs. Central Division Opponents 7 vs. West Division Opponents 6 vs. Midwest Division Opponents 7 September Record October Record 4 6 November Record 7 4 December Record 4 4 January Record 4 8 February Record 7 March Record 4 3 Playoff Record: 4 46 W L OTL SL vs. Erie vs. Flint vs. Guelph vs. Hamilton 3 vs. Kingston 5 vs. Kitchener vs. London vs. Mississauga vs. Niagara 3 vs. North Bay 3 vs. Oshawa 5 vs. Owen Sound vs. Peterborough 5 vs. Saginaw vs. Sarnia vs. Sault Ste. Marie vs. Sudbury vs. Windsor

47 Owen Sound Attack P.O. Box 4, Owen Sound, Ontario N4K 6T5 Phone: Fax: Team Directory President Dr. Bob Severs Governor Peter MacDermid Business Manager Ray McKelvie General Manager Dale DeGray Head Coach Todd Gill Assistant Coaches Alan Letang Jordan Hill Goaltending Coach Greg Redquest Powerskating Coach Denise Reid Athletic Therapist Andy Brown Strength and Conditioning Coach Andrew Hopf Assistant Equipment Manager Trevor Castonguay Assistant Athletic Therapist Brandon Downing Scouting Consultant David McNamara Scouts Cory Hamilton, Rod Freiburger Shamus Gregga, David Ross, Sean LaFortune, Nate Laishram, Nick Tomczyk, Chris Cameron, Ryan MacLellan Statistician Ryan Manley Coord. of Sales & Corporate Part. Greg Hoddinott Office Administrator Lee Anne O Leary Administrator Larissa Blue Group Sales Coordinator Matt Christie Coord. Communications & Com. Events Shaun Bisson Academic Advisor Sarah Rowe Club Physician Dr. Cam Tweedie Club Dentist Dr. Sean Stewart Team Information Home Arena J.D. McArthur Arena/Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre Capacity 3, (3,5 with standees) Dimensions x 85 Box Office Phone Arena Phone Arena Manager Mark Kazarian Press Box West side, above sec.h Team Colours Red, Black, Gold & White Training Camp Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre Dr. Bob Severs Dale DeGray Todd Gill Mitchell Russell 47

48 Owen Sound Attack Franchise Record See page 8 for complete franchise records SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6-7 Owen Sound Attack nd (Midwest) 5-6 Owen Sound Attack th (Midwest) 4-5 Owen Sound Attack th (Midwest) 3-4 Owen Sound Attack th (Midwest) -3 Owen Sound Attack nd (Midwest) - Owen Sound Attack rd (Midwest) - Owen Sound Attack st (Midwest) 9- Owen Sound Attack th (Midwest) 8-9 Owen Sound Attack th (Midwest) 7-8 Owen Sound Attack th (Midwest) 6-7 Owen Sound Attack th (Midwest) 5-6 Owen Sound Attack th (Midwest) 4-5 Owen Sound Attack nd (Midwest) 3-4 Owen Sound Attack th (Midwest) -3 Owen Sound Attack th (Midwest) - Owen Sound Attack th (Midwest) - Owen Sound Attack th (Midwest) 999- Owen Sound Platers th (Midwest) Owen Sound Platers nd (Midwest) Owen Sound Platers th (Central) Owen Sound Platers th (Central) Owen Sound Platers th (Central) Owen Sound Platers rd (Central) Owen Sound Platers th (Emms) Owen Sound Platers th (Emms) Team Totals, ,96 6,967 7,35 Pct..55 Team Records SEASON Team Most Points (6-7) Most Goals (99-93) 33 Most Goals Against (98-83) 555 Fewest Goals Against (-3) 65 Individual Most Goals Andrew Brunette (99-93) 6 Most Assists Andrew Brunette (99-93) Most Points Andrew Brunette (99-93) 6 Best GAA Jordan Binnington (-3).7 GAME Most Goals 5 Wes Goldie (Jan 6/99 vs. Toronto), Josh Bailey (Oct. 8/6 in Erie) Most Assists 5 Kirk Muller (Feb 4/84 vs. North Bay); Wayne Primeau (Mar /95 vs. Ottawa); Dan Snyder (Jan 6/99 vs. Toronto); Bryan Kazarian (Sept 4/99 at S.S. Marie); Bobby Ryan (Oct 8/5 vs Oshawa and Oct /5 vs Guelph), Nick Suzuki (Feb. 7, 7 at London) Most Points 7 Jim Ensom (Jan /96 vs. Sudbury), Cameron Brace ( Feb / vs Peterborough ) Most Powerplay Goals 3 Jason MacDonald (Feb 5/93 at Detroit); Larry Paleczny (Dec 3/96 at Kingston); Daniel Sisca (Nov. / vs. Kitchener) Most Shorthanded Goals Guy Larose (Nov 9/85 at S. S. Marie), Greg Jacina (Dec. / vs. Erie), Bobby Ryan (Mar. 6/5 at Toronto), Nick Suzuki (Nov., 6 vs Barrie) Fastest Opening Goal : Rob Schweyer (Nov 5/94 at Kingston); Scott Giles (Feb /6 vs. S.S. Marie) Fastest Period Goal :4 Petrus Palmu (Sept 8/6 vs Hamilton - nd period) 48 Fastest Two Goals by One Player :7 Joseph Blandisi (Nov. 6, at Sault Ste. Marie) Fastest Three Goals by One Player 5:7 Paul Kelly (Feb, 987 at London - nd period) INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS 6-7 Most Goals 3 9 times Most Assists 5 Nick Suzuki (Feb. 7, 7 at London) Most Points 6 Nick Suzuki (Feb. 7, 7 at London) Most Power-Play Goals 6 times Most Shorthanded Goals Nick Suzuki (Nov., 6 vs Barrie) Fastest Opening Goal :9 Ethan Szypula (Jan. 7, 7 vs Windsor) Fastest Period Goal :4 Petrus Palmu (Sep. 8, 6 vs Hamilton) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :46 Markus Phillips (Jan. 4, 7 vs Sarnia) Fastest Three Goals by One Player 6:56 Kevin Hancock (Dec. 9, 6 at Guelph) Longest Point Scoring Streak (Games) 5 Petrus Palmu (Dec., 6 to Jan. 9, 7. G, A) Longest Goal Scoring Streak (Games) 6 Petrus Palmu (Mar., 7 to Mar. 9, 7. 7G, 7A)

49 7 OHL Priority Selections RD NO NAME 6-7 CLUB POS HT WT BIRTHDATE Russell, Mitchell Barrie Jr. Colts Minor Midget AAA C /6/ 3 Guzda, Mack Detroit HoneyBaked 6U G // 4 Chibrikov, Igor Mississauga Reps Minor Midget AAA LD /3/ 4 79 Lovisek, Alec Toronto Titans Minor Midget AAA C /5/ 5 89 Wendt, Dylan Detroit Belle Tire 6U RW /9/ 5 93 Condotta, Jaden Toronto Titans Minor Midget AAA LD 5.3 3/7/ 6 4 Eden, Carson Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs Minor Midget AAA LW // 6 7 Agnew, Jack Mississauga Senators Minor Midget AAA RD // 6 9 Koopman, Tyson Huron Perth Lakers Minor Midget AAA RW /9/ 7 39 Klazer, Patrick Burlington Eagles Minor Midget AAA RD // 8 59 Hazell, Spencer Halton Hills Hurricanes Minor Midget AAA C /8/ 9 79 DeGiorgis, Christian Toronto Marlboros Minor Midget AAA LD /4/ 99 MacLean, Andrew Lambton Jr. Sting Minor Midget AAA G /8/ 5 Caruk, Bryce Clarington Toros Minor Midget AAA C /8/ 3 59 Shaw, Aaron Windsor AAA Zone Minor Midget AAA C 5. 4 /3/ 4 79 Carroll, Ryan Ottawa Senators Midget AAA RW /9/ 5 99 Hicks, Tanner York-Simcoe Express Minor Midget AAA RW // Under-8 Priority Selection 9 Simard, Andre Pembroke Lumber Kings Midget AAA LW /3/ 39 Suzuki, Madoka Quinte Red Devils Midget AAA LW /4/ 3 59 Dirven, Benjamin Cornwall Colts Midget AAA LD /6/ 4 79 Allair, Clark New Liskeard Cubs Midget AAA RD /5/ CHL Import Draft 55 Filyayev, Vasili Team Belarus U7 F /8/999 Head Coach Todd Gill Born: November 9, 965 in Brockville, Ontario Coaching Record Year Club GP W L OTL SL PTS Finish - Kingston Frontenacs th (East) -3 Kingston Frontenacs rd (East) 3-4 Kingston Frontenacs nd (East) OHL Totals Pct..466 Coaching History Don McKee 98-83; Joe Contini to ; Mike Mahoney and Rob Holody ; Jacques Martin ; Gary Spoar and Rob Holody ; Floyd Crawford ; Ron Smith ; Len McNamara to 99-9; Rick Tarasuk 99-9; Jerry Harrigan to ; Ric Seiling and John Lovell ; John Lovell ; John Lovell and Dave Siciliano ; Dave Siciliano ; Dave Siciliano and Brian O Leary 999-; Brian O Leary -; Frank Carnevale -; Mike Stothers -3 to 6-7; Mark Reeds 7-8 to -; Greg Ireland - to 4-5; Ryan McGill 5-6 to 6-7; Todd Gill 7-8 to date. 6-7 Team Record W L OTL SL Overall Record: 49 5 Home Record: 7 4 Road Record: Overtime Record: 6 vs. East Division Opponents 5 vs. Central Division Opponents vs. West Division Opponents 3 3 vs. Midwest Division Opponents 9 8 September Record October Record 7 5 November Record 7 4 December Record 7 January Record February Record 9 March Record 8 Playoff Record: 7 W L OTL SL vs. Barrie 6 vs. Erie 4 vs. Flint 3 vs. Guelph 6 vs. Hamilton vs. Kingston vs. Kitchener 7 vs. London 4 vs. Mississauga vs. Niagara vs. North Bay vs. Oshawa vs. Ottawa vs. Peterborough vs. Saginaw vs. Sarnia 3 vs. Sault Ste. Marie vs. Sudbury vs. Windsor 4 49

50 Peterborough Petes Peterborough Memorial Centre, 5 Lansdowne St. West, Peterborough, ON K9J Y4 Phone: Fax: Team Directory Governor Dr. Robert Neville President Dave Pogue Board of Directors Ken Jackman, Dave Pogue, Dave Lorentz, Rod McGillis, Dr. Robert Neville General Manager Mike Oke Head Coach Jody Hull Assistant Coaches Andrew Verner, Derrick Walser, Mike Duco Strength & Conditioning Coach Josh Gillam Power Skating Coach Karen Westby Mental Performance Coach Brenley Shapiro Yoga Instructor Liz Doris Head Trainer Brian Miller Assistant Trainers Larry Smith, Terry Bowser Player Safety & Security Liasion Officer Walter DiClemente Director of Scouting Chris McNamara Scouts Dave Gaw, Ron Ringler, Sandy Gemmiti, Matt St. Germain, Andy Hooper, Dan Larmer, Dave Pulford, Brian Errey Executive Director, Business Operations Burton Lee Director of Merchandise Don Sharp Manager, Sales & Marketing Greg Sinclair Sr. Coord, Group Ticket Sales & Service Matt D Agostini Sr. Coord, Comm. & Partner Activation Tamara Burns Coord, Season Ticket Sales & Service Steve Nicholls Coord, Game Ops & Community Events Ryan Bird Office Administrator Cathie Webster Academic Advisors Kim Driscoll, Barry Driscoll Club Physicians Dr. Craig Maltman, Dr. Mike Munoz, Dr. Brendan Hughes, Dr. Scott Ferrier Team Dentist Dr. Crawford Dobson Team Information Home Arena Peterborough Memorial Centre Capacity 3,79 Dimensions 95 x 85 Arena Phone Arena Manager Jeremy Giles Team Colours Maroon, black and cream Training Camp Peterborough Memorial Centre Affiliated Teams 5 Lindsay Muskies Jr. A Dr. Robert Neville Mike Oke Jody Hull Nick Robertson

51 Franchise Record SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6-7 Peterborough Petes st (East) 5-6 Peterborough Petes rd (East) 4-5 Peterborough Petes th (East) 3-4 Peterborough Petes rd (East) -3 Peterborough Petes th (East) - Peterborough Petes th (East) - Peterborough Petes th (East) 9- Peterborough Petes rd (East) 8-9 Peterborough Petes rd (East) 7-8 Peterborough Petes th (East) 6-7 Peterborough Petes th (East) 5-6 Peterborough Petes st (East) 4-5 Peterborough Petes st (East) 3-4 Peterborough Petes th (East) -3 Peterborough Petes nd (East) - Peterborough Petes rd (East) - Peterborough Petes rd (East) 999- Peterborough Petes th (East) Peterborough Petes th (East) Peterborough Petes th (Eastern) Peterborough Petes rd (Eastern) Peterborough Petes nd (Eastern) Peterborough Petes th (Eastern) Peterborough Petes th (Leyden) Peterborough Petes st (Leyden) Team Totals 3,88,898, ,4 5,9 4,44 Pct..543 Team Records SEASON Team Most Points (5-6) 99 Most Goals (983-84) 38 Most Goals Against (993-94) 35 Fewest Goals Against (985-86) 9 Individual Most Goals Scott Tottle (983-84) 63 Most Assists Mark Teevens (984-85) 9 Most Points Mike Harding (99-93) 36 Best GAA Chuck Goddard (96-63).49 Game Most Goals 5 Bill Gardner (Nov. /79 vs. Oshawa), Doug Evans (Oct. /83 vs. North Bay), Nick Ritchie (Feb. 7/4 at Kingston) Most Assists 6 Doug Evans (Jan. 6/84 vs. Toronto) Most Points 7 Ron Mason (Jan. 3/77 vs. Kitchener), Ken Strong (Oct. 8/8 at Guelph), Doug Evans (Jan. 6/84 vs. Toronto) Most Powerplay Goals 3 Doug Evans (Oct. /83 vs. North Bay), John Johnson (Oct. 6/9 vs. Cornwall), Dave Roche (Jan. 8/93 vs. Newmarket), Brent Tully (Feb. 4/94 vs. Belleville) Most Shorthanded Goals Scott Tottle (Nov. /83 at Kingston), Geoff Ingram (Jan. /89 at Toronto), Cameron Mann (Jan. /96 vs. Ottawa), Eric Staal (Sept. 6/ vs. Mississauga) Fastest Opening Goal :6 Matt Lahey (Nov. 3/96 at North Bay) Fastest Period Goal :7 Jim Wiemer (twice - Nov. 8/79 vs. Niagara Falls - nd period, and Jan. 4/8 vs. Ottawa - nd period) Fastest Two Goals by One Player : Ryan Pawluk (Dec. 8/94 vs. North Bay - first period) See page 8 for complete franchise records Fastest Three Goals by One Player :38 Greg Theberge (Nov. /78 at Ottawa - nd period) INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS 6-7 Most Goals 4 Steven Lorentz (Jan., 7 vs North Bay) Most Assists 3 8 times Most Points 4 Jonathan Ang (Dec. 9, 6 vs Ottawa), Logan DeNoble (Dec. 8, 6 at North Bay), Steven Lorentz (Jan. 7, 7 at Sudbury), Steven Lorentz (Jan., 7 vs North Bay) Most Power-Play Goals Logan DeNoble (Jan. 6, 7 at Niagara), Kyle Jenkins (Dec., 6 at Mississauga) Most Shorthanded Goals 5 times Fastest Opening Goal :34 Josh Coyle (Mar., 7 vs Owen Sound) Fastest Period Goal :5 Zach Gallant (Dec., 6 at Ottawa) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :55 Semyon Der-Arguchintsev (Jan. 7, 7 at Sudbury) Fastest Three Goals by One Player 5:46 Jonathan Ang (Nov., 6 at Flint) Longest Point Scoring Streak (Games) Jonathan Ang (Dec., 6 to Jan., 7. 4G, 4A) Nikita Korostelev (Jan. 3, 7 to Jan. 9, 7. 8G, 8A) Longest Goal Scoring Streak (Games) 5 Logan DeNoble (Jan. 6, 7 to Jan. 4, 7. 6G, 6A) 5

52 Peterborough Petes 7 OHL Priority Selections RD NO NAME 6-7 CLUB POS HT WT BIRTHDATE 6 Robertson, Nicholas Toronto Red Wings Minor Midget AAA C // 3 6 Supryka, Cameron Quinte Red Devils Minor Midget AAA LD 6. 6 /8/ 4 75 Panetta, Daniel Quinte Red Devils Minor Midget AAA C // 5 95 O Toole, Jagger Cambridge Hawks Minor Midget AAA RD // 6 4 Horsley, Andrew Brampton 45s Minor Midget AAA LW // 7 35 McLeod, Aidan Brantford 99 Ers Minor Midget AAA RD // 9 77 Goodwin, Christopher Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs Minor Midget AAA C /3/ 9 8 Smith, Jordan Thunder Bay Kings 6U G /4/ 95 Richardson, Ryan Smiths Falls Bears Midget AAA LW /9/ 5 Partridge, Jacob Barrie Jr. Colts Minor Midget AAA LW /8/ 35 Pennington, Davis Detroit Belle Tire 6U LD /7/ 3 55 Paquette, Tyler The Hill School (PS) Blues RW /8/ 4 75 Hillier, Tyson Waterloo Wolves Minor Midget AAA RW /9/ 5 95 Bates, Riley Peterborough Petes Minor Midget AAA RD // Under-8 Priority Selection 5 Conley, Eric Kemptville 73s Midget AAA RW /9/ 35 Israels, Liam London Knights Major Midget AAA RD /7/ 3 55 Curran, Blake Peterborough Petes Midget AAA G /5/ Denis, Alderic Ottawa Senators Midget AAA LD /8/ 5 93 McCrory, Graeme Whitby Wildcats Midget AAA C // CHL Import Draft 43 Babintsev, Gleb Magnitogorsk Metallurg U7 LD 6. 3 /8/ Head Coach Jody Hull Born: February, 969, Petrolia, Ont. Coaching Record Year Club GP W L OTL SL PTS Finish -3 Peterborough Petes Peterborough Petes rd (East) 4-5 Peterborough Petes th (East) 5-6 Peterborough Petes rd (East) 6-7 Peterborough Petes st (East) OHL Totals Pct..589 Coaching History Calum MacKay, ; Ted Kennedy ; Scotty Bowman to 96-6; Neil Burke 96-6; Frank Mario, to ; Roger Bedard, ; Roger Bedard and Roger Neilson, ; Roger Neilson to ; Garry Young, ; Gary Green, to ; Mike Keenan, 979-8; Dave Dryden 98-8, Dave Dryden and Dick Todd, 98-8; Dick Todd to 99-93; Dave MacQueen, to ; Brian Drumm, ; Brian Drumm and Jeff Twohey, ; Rick Allain, to 3-4, Dick Todd 4-5 to 5-6; Vince Malette 6-7 to 7-8; Ken McRae 8-9 to 9-, Mike Pelino - to -; Mike Pelino and Jody Hull, -3; Jody Hull 3-4 to date. 6-7 Team Record W L OTL SL Overall Record: 4 3 Home Record: 4 7 Road Record: 8 4 Overtime Record: 7 4 vs. East Division Opponents 9 vs. Central Division Opponents 6 vs. West Division Opponents vs. Midwest Division Opponents 4 6 September Record October Record 5 4 November Record 4 5 December Record January Record 8 4 February Record 8 3 March Record 6 3 Playoff Record: W L OTL SL vs. Barrie vs. Erie vs. Flint vs. Guelph vs. Hamilton 3 3 vs. Kingston 6 vs. Kitchener vs. London vs. Mississauga 3 vs. Niagara 3 vs. North Bay 4 vs. Oshawa 4 3 vs. Ottawa 6 vs. Owen Sound vs. Saginaw vs. Sarnia vs. Sault Ste. Marie vs. Sudbury 4 vs. Windsor

53 Saginaw Spirit 5789 State Street, Suite, Saginaw, MI 4863 Phone: (989) Fax: (989) Team Directory Owner Richard J. Garber President, Managing Partner & Governor Craig Goslin Partner/Alternate Governor Jim Devellano Partner/Goaltending Consultant Chris Osgood Partner Brandon Bordeaux General Manager Dave Drinkill Head Coach Troy Smith Associate Coach Chris Lazary Assistant Coach Ryan Kuwabara Goaltending Coach A.J. Walczak Strength and Conditioning Coach John Wallace Skills Development Coach Brandon Naurato Athletic Trainer Jeremy Spencer Equipment Manager Jared Martlock Scouts Angelo Nasato, Brian Prout, Steve Hillier, Dustin Turner, Frank Robinson, Chris Lund, Greg Hammell Vice President of Business Management Lindsay McDougal Vice President of Sales Kae Pankow Dir. of Sales and Marketing Rick Riffel Director of Broadcasting & Communications Joey Battaino Director of Game Day Operations Mike Elliott Director of Corporate Outings and Suites Allison Vezina Director of Corp. Part. & Social Media Charley Porter Accountant Trisha Webb Foundation Director Brad Herron Assistant to the GM/Academic Advisor Brian Prout Richard J. Garber Craig Goslin Troy Smith Team Information Home Arena Wendler Arena at the Dow Event Center Capacity 4,3 Dimensions of Rink 9 x 85 Arena Phone (989) Arena Manager Matt Blasy Media Box Location Conference room off main atrium Team Colours Navy, Red, White Training Camp Dow Event Center Nicholas Porco 53

54 Saginaw Spirit Franchise Record See page 9 for complete franchise records SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6-7 Saginaw Spirit th (West) 5-6 Saginaw Spirit th (West) 4-5 Saginaw Spirit rd (West) 3-4 Saginaw Spirit rd (West) -3 Saginaw Spirit th (West) - Saginaw Spirit rd (West) - Saginaw Spirit st (West) 9- Saginaw Spirit th (West) 8-9 Saginaw Spirit nd (West) 7-8 Saginaw Spirit th (West) 6-7 Saginaw Spirit nd (West) 5-6 Saginaw Spirit nd (West) 4-5 Saginaw Spirit th (West) 3-4 Saginaw Spirit th (West) -3 Saginaw Spirit th (West) Team Totals, ,34 3,685 Pct..488 Team Records SEASON Team Most Points (993-94) 97 Most Goals (978-79) 36 Most Goals Against (976-77) 37 Fewest Goals Against (-) 7 Individual Most Goals Brian Cullen (953-54) 68 Most Assists Brian Cullen (953-54) 93 Most Points Brian Cullen (953-54) 6 Best G.A.A. Alex Auld (-).54 GAME Most Goals 5 Nick Kypreos (Feb. 7, 986 vs. Sudbury); Dave McLlwain (Mar. 5, 987 vs. Hamilton) Most Assists 7 Stan Adams (Sept. 3, 977 vs. Kingston); Darren Turcotte (Feb. 8, 988 vs. Kitchener) Most Points 9 Steve Ludzik (Dec. 3, 98 vs. Oshawa) Most Powerplay Goals 4 Jeff Shevalier (Feb. 4, 993 vs. Peterborough) Most Shorthanded Goals Len Soccio (87-88); Peter Bitonti (88-89); James Sheehan (9-93); Jeff Shevalier (93-94); Vitali Yachmenev and Lee Jinman (94-95) Fastest Opening Goal :7 Patrick Asselin (Oct. 8, 4 vs. Brampton) Fastest Period Goal :4 Marek Kvapil (Dec. 4, 4 vs. Mississauga) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :3 Tyler Ertel (Jan. 8, 989 vs Sudbury - 3rd period) Fastest Three Goals by One Player :7 Vitali Yachmenev (Nov. 7, 993 at Newmarket - nd period) INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS 6-7 Most Goals 4 Hayden Hodgson (Dec., 6 at Oshawa) Most Assists 5 Marcus Crawford (Jan. 9, 7 at Sarnia) Most Points 5 Marcus Crawford (Feb., 7 at Sarnia and Jan. 9, 7 at Sarnia), Hayden Hodgson (Dec., 6 at Oshawa) Most Power-Play Goals Hayden Hodgson (Feb., 7 at Sarnia), Hayden Hodgson (Dec., 6 at Oshawa Most Shorthanded Goals 9 times Fastest Opening Goal :9 Hayden Hodgson (Jan. 9, 7 at Barrie) Fastest Period Goal :6 Brady Gilmour (Mar. 7, 7 at Sault Ste. Marie) Fastest Two Goals by One Player 5:9 Hayden Hodgson (Dec., 6 at Oshawa) Fastest Three Goals by One Player 3:56 Hayden Hodgson (Dec., 6 at Oshawa) Longest Point Scoring Streak (Games) 7 Filip Hronek (Jan. 5, 7 to Jan. 9, 7. 3G, 3A) Mitchell Stephens (Nov. 5, 6 to Nov. 3, 6. 5G, 5A) Longest Goal Scoring Streak (Games) 6 Hayden Hodgson (Jan. 4, 7 to Jan. 6, 7. 8G, 8A) 54

55 7 OHL Priority Selections RD NO NAME 6-7 CLUB POS HT WT BIRTHDATE 4 Porco, Nicholas Vaughan Kings Minor Midget AAA LW // 4 Prueter, Aidan London Knights Minor Midget AAA C // 5 Penman, Duncan Mississauga Rebels Minor Midget AAA LD /5/ 7 Turcotte, Alex Chicago Mission 6U C /6/ 3 4 Stepien, Ryan Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs Minor Midget AAA RW /9/ 3 57 Baber, Camaryn Soo Midget Greyhounds C /4/ 4 64 Kennedy, Joe Toronto Red Wings Minor Midget AAA RD /5/ 5 84 Zabaneh, Nicholas Toronto Marlboros Minor Midget AAA C /7/ 7 4 Millman, Mason London Knights Minor Midget AAA LD /8/ 8 44 Martin, Cyrus Waterloo Wolves Minor Midget AAA G // 9 75 Khokhlachev, Timofei Hill Academy U6 LW // 84 Cox, Spencer Culver Academy Eagles 6U C /7/ 88 Crevier, Stephane Sun County Panthers Minor Midget AAA LW // 4 Bancroft, Dalton Quinte Red Devils Minor Midget AAA RW 6. 8 /6/ 4 Paluch, David Toronto Marlboros Minor Midget AAA LD // 4 64 Tahk, Carter Markham Majors Minor Midget AAA G /7/ 5 84 Burnell, Jack Culver Academy Eagles 6U C // Under-8 Priority Selection 4 Boomhower, Nate Quinte Red Devils Midget AAA C/RW 6. 5// 4 Ferguson, Evan Windsor AAA Zone Midget AAA LW /3/ 3 44 Gendunov, Bair Mississauga Rebels Midget AAA RW // 4 64 Atkins, Brandon Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves LD /4/ CHL Import Draft Necas, Martin Brno Kometa HC C /5/999 7 Bappert, Tom-Eric Kolner EC Jr. LD /6/999 Head Coach Troy Smith Born: July 3, 978, Hamilton, ON Coaching Record Year Club GP W L OTL SL PTS Finish 3-4 Kitchener Rangers th (Midwest) 4-5 Kitchener Rangers th (Midwest) OHL Totals Pct..45 Coaching History Paul Emms, to ; Bert Templeton, ; Barry Boughner and Fred Stanfield, 979-8; Paul Gauthier, 98-8; Bert Templeton 98-8 to Shane Parker to , Shane Parker and Greg Bignell , Greg Bignell , Mike Kelly to -, Dennis Desrosiers -3; Dennis Desrosiers and Moe Mantha 3-4; Doug Lidster and Bob Mancini 4-5; Bob Mancini 5-6 to 6-7; Todd Watson 7-8 to - ; Greg Gilbert - to 5-6; Spencer Carbery 6-7; Troy Smith 7-8 to date. 6-7 Team Record W L OTL SL Overall Record: Home Record: 8 4 Road Record: 9 3 Overtime Record: 9 vs. East Division Opponents 7 vs. Central Division Opponents 5 3 vs. West Division Opponents vs. Midwest Division Opponents 6 September Record 3 October Record 6 November Record 6 4 December Record January Record 6 5 February Record 3 8 March Record 5 3 W L OTL SL vs. Barrie vs. Erie vs. Flint 3 4 vs. Guelph vs. Hamilton vs. Kingston vs. Kitchener vs. London 3 vs. Mississauga vs. Niagara vs. North Bay vs. Oshawa vs. Ottawa vs. Owen Sound vs. Peterborough vs. Sarnia 3 vs. Sault Ste. Marie 6 vs. Sudbury vs. Windsor 5 55

56 Sarnia Sting Progressive Auto Sales Arena, 455 London Road, Sarnia, Ontario N7S 6K7 Phone: (59) Fax: (59) Team Directory Governor/Head Coach Derian Hatcher Alternate Governor/Associate Coach David Legwand President Bill Abercrombie Chief Financial Officer Gord Currie General Manager Nick Sinclair Assistant General Manager Mark Glavin Assistant Coaches Jeff Barratt, Brad Staubitz Goaltending Instructor Patrick DesRochers Athletic Therapist Amy Mausser Equipment Manager Spencer Stehouwer Director of Player Personnel Dylan Seca Scouts Mark Filippone, Jim Rauth, Kyle Higgins, Kyle Craner Play-by-play Broadcaster Leigh Cunningham Manager of Fan Development Mike Neely Game Day and Special Events Manager Jennifer Gillis Mgr of Marketing and Digital Media Jake Bourrie Controller Wendy McLeod Office Manager Marla Doyle Box Office Manager Cindi Tiltman Academic Advisor Mark Scott Medical Staff Dr. Rob Hislop Dr. John Vargo Dr. Duncan McKinlay Dr. Frank Sproviero Team Information Home Arena Progressive Auto Sales Arena Dimensions of Rink x 85 Capacity 3,78 (4,5 with standing) Box Office Phone (59) Arena Phone (59) Press Box Location West side of building, beside Gate 5 Team Colours Black, white, grey & gold Training Camp Progressive Auto Sales Arena Derian Hatcher David Legwand Nick Sinclair Jamieson Rees 56

57 Franchise Record See page 3 for complete franchise records SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6-7 Sarnia Sting th (West) 5-6 Sarnia Sting st (West) 4-5 Sarnia Sting rd (West) 3-4 Sarnia Sting th (West) -3 Sarnia Sting rd (West) - Sarnia Sting nd (West) - Sarnia Sting th (West) 9- Sarnia Sting th (West) 8-9 Sarnia Sting th (West) 7-8 Sarnia Sting rd (West) 6-7 Sarnia Sting th (West) 5-6 Sarnia Sting th (West) 4-5 Sarnia Sting th (West) 3-4 Sarnia Sting st (West) -3 Sarnia Sting nd (West) - Sarnia Sting th (West) - Sarnia Sting rd (West) 999- Sarnia Sting rd (West) Sarnia Sting nd (West) Sarnia Sting rd (Western) Sarnia Sting nd (Western) Sarnia Sting nd (Western) Sarnia Sting rd (Western) Team Totals, ,57 5,495 5,769 Pct..55 Team Records SEASON Team Most Points (5-6) 9 Most Goals (98-83) 37 Most Goals Against (993-94) 377 Fewest Goals Against (999-) 89 Individual Most Goals Ray Sheppard (985-86) 8 Most Assists Doug Gilmour (98-83) 7 Most Points Doug Gilmour (98-83) 77 Best GAA Greg Hewitt (999-).53 GAME Most Goals 5 Mike Stapleton (Feb. 7/85 vs. Kitchener); Dave Shellington (Feb. 4/85 vs. Kingston); B.J. Johnston (Feb. 5/95 at Belleville); Brendan Yarema (Mar. /96 vs. Owen Sound); Jon Sim (Feb. 5/97 vs. Windsor), Justin DiBenedetto (Oct. /8 at Sault Ste. Marie), Matt Mistele (Feb. 5, 6 vs Saginaw) Most Assists 6 Jeff Smith (Feb. 4/85 vs. Kingston) and Darren Colbourne (Oct. 9/87 vs. Toronto) Most Points Darren Colbourne (Oct. 9/87 vs. Toronto) Most Powerplay Goals 4 Doug Gilmour (Oct. 8/8 at Brantford) and Jon Sim (Feb. 5/97 vs. Windsor) Most Shorthanded Goals Aaron Brand (Mar. /96 at Detroit); Jeff Heerema (Oct. 7/99 at Windsor) Fastest Opening Goal :9 Nikita Korostelev (Feb., 6 vs Sault Ste. Marie) Fastest Period Goal :6 Jon Sim (Sept. 4/95 vs. London - 3rd period) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :6 Mike Bukowski (Feb. /84 at Windsor - nd period) Fastest Three Goals by One Player 5:3 Nathan Lafayette (Nov. /9 vs Guelph) INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS 6-7 Most Goals 3 Anthony Salinitri (Dec. 7, 6 at Saginaw and Oct., 6 at Peterborough), Kevin Spinozzi (Jan. 3, 7 vs Windsor), Franco Sproviero (Jan., 7 vs Sault Ste. Marie), Nikita Korostelev (Sep. 3, 6 vs Ottawa) Most Assists 4 Jeff King (Jan. 9, 7 vs Saginaw) Most Points 4 8 times Most Power-Play Goals Troy Lajeunesse (Jan. 9, 7 vs Saginaw), Drake Rymsha (Mar. 8, 7 at Sault Ste. Marie and Feb. 4, 7 at Sault Ste. Marie) Most Shorthanded Goals 4 times Fastest Opening Goal :37 Jaden Lindo (Mar. 5, 7 at Mississauga) Fastest Period Goal :4 Nikita Korostelev (Oct. 8, 6 vs Peterborough) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :6 Troy Lajeunesse (Jan. 9, 7 vs Saginaw) Fastest Three Goals by One Player :4 Anthony Salinitri (Oct., 6 at Peterborough) Longest Point Scoring Streak (Games) 3 Jordan Kyrou (Jan., 7 to Mar., 7. 7G, 7A) Longest Goal Scoring Streak (Games) 6 Drake Rymsha (Mar., 7 to Mar., 7. 8G, 8A) 57

58 Sarnia Sting 7 OHL Priority Selections 58 RD NO NAME 6-7 CLUB POS HT WT BIRTHDATE 9 Rees, Jamieson Mississauga Reps Minor Midget AAA C /6/ 37 Hogue, Alexandre Cumberland Grads Midget AAA LD /4/ 3 45 Guy, Brayden Brampton 45s Minor Midget AAA LW /3/ 3 48 McCombs, Justin Kitchener Jr. Rangers Minor Midget AAA C /7/ 3 5 Kammerer, Colton Whitby Wildcats Minor Midget AAA RD 6. 6 // 4 6 Miller, Mitchell Detroit HoneyBaked 6U RD // 5 88 Reesor, Ashton Vaughan Kings Minor Midget AAA LD // 6 8 Nodler, Josh Detroit HoneyBaked 6U C /7/ 6 5 Langevin, Ethan Whitby Wildcats Minor Midget AAA G /5/ 8 48 Craft, Cole North Bay Trappers Midget RW /9/ 9 68 McCarthy, Case Buffalo Jr. Sabres 6U RD 6. 9 /9/ 8 Cameron, Matthew North Jersey Avalanche 6U RW /8/ 8 Redick, Will North Central Predators Minor Midget AAA C /5/ 3 48 DeGurse, Nolan Lambton Jr. Sting Minor Midget AAA C /8/ 4 68 Nolet, Justin Mississauga Senators Minor Midget AAA LD /6/ 5 88 Booker, Joshua Brampton 45s Minor Midget AAA LD /9/ Under-8 Priority Selection 8 Romano, Anthony Toronto Jr. Canadiens Midget AAA RW /7/ 8 Jakovljevic, Marko Brantford 99 Ers Midget AAA LD /4/ 3 48 Gies, Reagan Guelph Gryphons Midget AAA G // 4 68 Rombouts, Cameron Lambton Jr. Sting Midget AAA LW /7/ 5 87 Ireland, Brennan Vaughan Kings Midget AAA RD // CHL Import Draft Leufvenius, Hugo Linkoping HC Jr. C /6/999 Head Coach Derian Hatcher Born: June 4, 97, Sterling Heights, Michigan Coaching Record Year Club GP W L OTL SL PTS Finish 5-6 Sarnia Sting st (West) 6-7 Sarnia Sting th (West) OHL Totals Pct..67 Coaching History Bob Kilger, 98-8; Bob Kilger, Bill Murphy, Gord Woods and Jocelyn Guevremont, 98-83; Jocelyn Guevremont, ; Floyd Crawford, ; Tony Zappia, ; Orval Tessier, to ; Marc Crawford, to 99-9; John Lovell, 99-9; Shawn MacKenzie, 99-93; Don Boyd ; Don Boyd, Rich Brown and Mark Hunter ; Mark Hunter ; Joe Canale ; Mark Hunter to ; Mark Hunter and Rich Brown 999-; Rich Brown and Jeff Perry -; Jeff Perry - to 3-4; Shawn Camp 4-5 to 5-6; Dave MacQueen 6-7 to 9-; Dave MacQueen and Trevor Letowski -; Jacques Beaulieu - to -3; Trevor Letowski 3-4 to 4-5; Derian Hatcher 5-6 to date. 6-7 Team Record W L OTL SL Overall Record: Home Record: Road Record: 8 4 Overtime Record: 7 vs. East Division Opponents 6 4 vs. Central Division Opponents 6 3 vs. West Division Opponents 3 vs. Midwest Division Opponents 8 September Record 3 October Record 6 5 November Record 4 5 December Record 4 4 January Record 7 4 February Record 4 8 March Record 3 4 Playoff Record: 4 W L OTL SL vs. Barrie vs. Erie 3 vs. Flint 5 vs. Guelph vs. Hamilton vs. Kingston vs. Kitchener vs. London 4 vs. Mississauga vs. Niagara vs. North Bay vs. Oshawa vs. Ottawa vs. Owen Sound vs. Peterborough vs. Saginaw 3 vs. Sault Ste. Marie 3 vs. Sudbury vs. Windsor 4

59 Soo Greyhounds 69 Queen Street East, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario P6A Y9 Phone: (75) Fax: (75) Team Directory President/Governor Alternate Governor/Director General Manager Head Coach Associate Coach Assistant Coach Goaltending Coach Athletic Therapist Equipment Manager Director of Player Development Director of Player Personnel Scouts Director of P.R. and Hockey Admin. Dir. of Game Day Ops & Merchandise Director of Finance & Administration Manager of Ticket Sales Manager of Corporate Partnerships Academic Advisor Club Physicians Orthopedic Surgeon Club Dentist Tim Lukenda Dr. George Shunock Kyle Raftis Drew Bannister Joe Cirella Ryan Ward Dan Stewart Aaron Madgett Simon Payette Patrick Sweeney Victor Carneiro John McGarr, Nick Della Penta, Chris Roque, David Burstyn, Bill Warren, Kyle Barber Gerry Liscumb Jr. Shaylan Spurway Tracey Herriman Matt Rodell Nick Roeleveld Jerry Bumbacco Dr. Phil Catania Dr. Chris Bruni Dr. David Beck Dr. Charlotte Kobelka Dr. Damian Micomonaco Dr. Adrienne Kelly Dr. Anthony Barzan Kyle Raftis Drew Bannister Joe Cirella Team Information Home Arena Essar Centre Capacity 4,98 Dimensions of Rink x 85 Box Office Phone (75) GM Robert Santa Maria Press Box Phone (75) x 45 Press Box Suite Level (West Side) Team Colours Red & White Training Camp Essar Centre Affiliated Team Soo Thunderbirds Hayden Fowler 59

60 Soo Greyhounds Franchise Record See page 3 for complete franchise records SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6-7 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds st (West) 5-6 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds rd (West) 4-5 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds st (West) 3-4 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds st (West) -3 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds nd (West) - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th (West) - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th (West) 9- Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds rd (West) 8-9 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th (West) 7-8 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds st (West) 6-7 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds rd (West) 5-6 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th (West) 4-5 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds st (West) 3-4 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th (West) -3 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th (West) - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds nd (West) - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th (West) 999- Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds nd (West) Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th (West) Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th (Western) Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds st (Western) Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds rd (Western) Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th (Western) Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds nd (Emms) Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds st (Emms) Franchise Totals 3,3,446, ,5,375,3 Pct..5 Team Records SEASON Team Most Points (4-5) Most Goals (98-8) 44 Most Goals Against (978-79) 45 Fewest Goals Against (7-8) 73 Individual Most Goals Steve Gatzos (98-8) 78 Most Assists Mike Kaszycki (975-76) 9 Most Points Wayne Gretzky (977-78) 8 Best GAA Matthew Villalta (6-7).4 GAME Most Goals 6 Paul Mancini (March, 978 vs. Windsor) Most Assists 9 Mike Kaszycki (March, 976 vs. Kitchener) Most Points Mike Kaszycki (March, 976 vs. Kitchener) Most Powerplay Goals 3 3 times Most Shorthanded Goals times Fastest Opening Goal :8 Mike Kaszycki (Oct. 4, 975 at Peterborough) Fastest Period Goal :6 John Goodwin (Dec. 8, 98 vs Oshawa - nd period) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :6 John Goodwin (Jan. 9, 98 vs. Sudbury - st period) Fastest Three Goals by One Player :3 Rick Tocchet (Mar., 984 vs. Windsor - st period) 6 INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS 6-7 Most Goals 4 Jack Kopacka (Dec., 6 at Hamilton), Zachary Senyshyn (Dec., 6 vs Barrie) Most Assists 4 Morgan Frost (Dec., 6 at Hamilton), Conor Timmins (Sep. 4, 6 vs Oshawa) Most Points 5 Bobby MacIntyre (Sep. 4, 6 vs Oshawa) Most Power-Play Goals David Miller (Sep. 4, 6 vs Oshawa), Boris Katchouk (Nov. 4, 6 at North Bay), Zachary Senyshyn (Feb. 5, 7 vs Sudbury) Most Shorthanded Goals Jack Kopacka (Dec. 8, 6 at Flint) Fastest Opening Goal :35 Gustav Bouramman (Oct. 8, 6 at London) Fastest Period Goal : Boris Katchouk (Jan. 6, 7 at Kitchener) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :33 Jack Kopacka (Dec., 6 at Hamilton) Fastest Three Goals by One Player 6:48 Jack Kopacka (Dec., 6 at Hamilton) Longest Point Scoring Streak (Games) 3 Bobby MacIntyre (Nov., 6 to Dec. 4, 6. 7G, 7A) Longest Goal Scoring Streak (Games) 5 Zachary Senyshyn (Feb. 5, 7 to Feb. 5, 7. 7G, 7A)

61 7 OHL Priority Selections RD NO NAME 6-7 CLUB POS HT WT BIRTHDATE 9 Fowler, Hayden Kingston Frontenacs Minor Midget AAA C /4/ 3 44 Calisti, Robert Toronto Nationals Minor Midget AAA LD /5/ 4 78 Carroll, Joseph Carleton Place Canadians Midget AAA LW 6. 8 // 5 85 Beecher, John Salisbury PS Crimson Knights C /5/ 5 98 MacKay, Cole Kitchener Jr. Rangers Minor Midget AAA RW /3/ 6 8 Johnston, Alex Kanata Lasers Midget AAA C /9/ 8 58 Kartye, Tye Kingston Frontenacs Minor Midget AAA C /3/ 9 78 Taylor, Ethan Quinte Red Devils Minor Midget AAA G /3/ 8 Seguin, Kobe North Bay Trappers Midget LD // 38 Dreger, Mason Whitby Wildcats Minor Midget AAA RW // 3 58 McMahon, Zackery Kingston Frontenacs Minor Midget AAA RD /7/ 4 78 Letto, Paul Team Illinois 6U LD // 5 86 Porter, Owen Brampton 45s Minor Midget AAA G /6/ 5 98 McLean, Cullen Ajax-Pickering Raiders Minor Midget AAA C // Under-8 Priority Selection 8 Boman, Noah Soo Midget Greyhounds C /5/ 38 Scott, Owen Kemptville 73s Midget AAA LD /6/ 3 58 Nelson, Pierce Quinte Red Devils Midget AAA G /5/ 4 78 Todd, Theo Brockville Braves Midget AAA F // Wood, Caleb Soo Midget Greyhounds LW /9/ CHL Import Draft 5 Sandin, Rasmus Brynas IF Jr. RD /7/ Kupari, Rasmus Karpat Oulu B C /5/ Head Coach Drew Bannister Born: Sept. 4, 974 in Belleville, ON Year Club GP W L OTL SO PTS Finish 5-6 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds rd (West) 6-7 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds st (West) OHL Totals Pct. 64 Coaching History Abbie Carricato to ; Angelo Bumbacco ; Muzz MacPherson to ; Muzz MacPherson and Paul Theriault ; Paul Theriault ; Terry Crisp to ; Don MacAdam ; Don Boyd to ; Don Boyd and Ted Nolan ; Ted Nolan to ; Dan Flynn ; Joe Paterson to ; Dave Cameron to ; Paul Theriault 999- to -; Craig Hartsburg -; John Vanbiesbrouck and Steve Harrison -3; Marty Abrams 3-4; Marty Abrams and Craig Hartsburg 4-5; Craig Hartsburg 5-6 to 7-8; Denny Lambert 8-9 to -; Mike Stapleton -; Mike Stapleton and Sheldon Keefe -3; Sheldon Keefe 3-4 to 4-5; Drew Bannister 5-6 to date. 6-7 Team Record W L OTL SL Overall Record: Home Record: 9 Road Record: 6 7 Overtime Record: 7 3 vs. East Division Opponents 9 vs. Central Division Opponents 4 vs. West Division Opponents 6 7 vs. Midwest Division Opponents 4 September Record 3 October Record 7 4 November Record 9 December Record 8 January Record 6 4 February Record 8 3 March Record 7 Playoff Record: 6 5 W L OTL SL vs. Barrie vs. Erie vs. Flint 3 vs. Guelph 4 vs. Hamilton vs. Kingston vs. Kitchener 3 vs. London 4 vs. Mississauga vs. Niagara vs. North Bay 3 vs. Oshawa vs. Ottawa vs. Owen Sound vs. Peterborough vs. Saginaw 6 vs. Sarnia 4 vs. Sudbury 3 vs. Windsor 3 6

62 Sudbury Wolves 4 Elgin Street, Sudbury, Ontario P3E 3N6 Phone: (75) Fax: (75) Team Directory Owner & Governor CEO President Vice-President, Hockey Ops. and GM Vice-President, Marketing and Dev. Head Coach Assistant General Manager Associate Coach Assistant Coach Goaltending Coach Athletic Trainer Assistant Trainers Life Coach Head Scout Scouts Marketing Director Administration Academic Advisor Club Physicians Club Dentist Concussion Management Team Team Information Home Arena Sudbury Arena Capacity 4,64 Dimensions x 85 Box Office Phone (75) 67-3 Arena Manager Jody Cameron Press Box Location North side Team Colours Blue, White & Grey Training Camp Sudbury Arena Affiliated Team Rayside Balfour Canadians GM Dave Clancy 6 Dario Zulich Scott Lund Blaine Smith Rob Papineau Andrew Dale Cory Stillman Ken MacKenzie Jordan Smith Darryl Moxam Alain Valiquette Dan Buckland Brandon Grace, Shawn Charron Rev. Jeremy Mahood Mike Taylor Chris McCleary, Ryan Yessie, Sean Howard, Jeff Ricciardi, Jeff Forsyth, George Bessett, Rick Wolfe, Phil Ryan Curtis Hall Miranda Swain Gord Ewin Dr. S. Tubin Dr. C. Trebb Dr. Scott Keenan Dr. Tara Baldisera, Dr. Jarius Quesnel, Shannon Kenrick-Rochon Dario Zulich Rob Papineau Cory Stillman Blake Murray

63 Franchise Record SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6-7 Sudbury Wolves nd (Central) 5-6 Sudbury Wolves th (Central) 4-5 Sudbury Wolves th (Central) 3-4 Sudbury Wolves rd (Central) -3 Sudbury Wolves rd (Central) - Sudbury Wolves th (Central) - Sudbury Wolves th (Central) 9- Sudbury Wolves th (Central) 8-9 Sudbury Wolves th (Central) 7-8 Sudbury Wolves th (Central) 6-7 Sudbury Wolves rd (Central) 5-6 Sudbury Wolves rd (Central) 4-5 Sudbury Wolves th (Central) 3-4 Sudbury Wolves th (Central) -3 Sudbury Wolves th (Central) - Sudbury Wolves rd (Central) - Sudbury Wolves st (Central) 999- Sudbury Wolves nd (Central) Sudbury Wolves nd (Central) Sudbury Wolves th (Central) Sudbury Wolves th (Central) Sudbury Wolves th (Central) Sudbury Wolves nd (Central) Sudbury Wolves rd (Leyden) Sudbury Wolves th (Leyden) Team Totals 3,3,3, ,74,593 3,65 Pct..45 Team Records SEASON Team Most Points (975-76) Most Goals (978-79) 397 Most Goals Against (983-84) 47 Fewest Goals Against (4-5) 85 Individual Most Goals Rod Schutt (975-76) 7 Most Assists Ron Duguay (975-76) 9 Most Points Mike Foligno (978-79) 5 Best GAA Patrick Ehelechner (4-5).56 GAME Most Goals 5 Rod Schutt (Feb. 9, 976 vs. Sault Ste. Marie); Mike Foligno (Jan. 5, 978 vs. Peterborough); Paul DiPietro (Oct. 3, 989 vs. Sault Ste. Marie) Most Assists 7 Ron Duguay (Mar. 3, 977 at Toronto); Hector Marini (Oct. 8, 976 vs. Ottawa); Norm Milley (Dec 8, 998 vs. Barrie) Most Points 7 Ron Duguay (Mar. 3/77 at Toronto); Hector Marini (Oct. 8/76 vs. Ottawa); Norm Milley (Dec 8/98 vs. Barrie); Mike Fisher (Dec 8/98 vs. Barrie) Most Powerplay Goals 4 Jamie Matthews (March, 994 vs. Oshawa) Most Shorthanded Goals 5 times Fastest Opening Goal :5 Dave MacQueen (Oct., 978 vs. Peterborough) Fastest Period Goal :8 Dan McCarthy (Sept. 3, 977 vs. Oshawa - nd period); Barrie Moore (Jan., 99 vs. Detroit - nd period) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :4 Mike Foligno (Jan. 6, 979 vs. Sault Ste. Marie - 3rd period) See page 3 for complete franchise records Fastest Three Goals by One Player :7 Norm Milley (Feb. 8, vs. Toronto) INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS 6-7 Most Goals 3 Dmitry Sokolov (Mar. 7, 7 vs North Bay, Oct. 9, 6 at Sault Ste. Marie and Oct. 4, 6 vs Hamilton) Most Assists 3 7 times Most Points 4 Dmitry Sokolov (Oct. 4, 6 vs Hamilton and Mar. 7, 7 vs North Bay) Most Power-Play Goals Dmitry Sokolov (Feb. 4, 7 vs Barrie, Nov. 5, 6 vs Mississauga and Mar. 7, 7 vs North Bay), David Levin (Jan. 9, 7 at North Bay Battalion) Most Shorthanded Goals 8 times Fastest Opening Goal :57 Macauley Carson (Oct. 3, 6 vs Ottawa) Fastest Period Goal :8 Reagan O Grady (Sep. 3, 6 vs Barrie) Fastest Two Goals by One Player : Darian Pilon (Oct. 6, 6 at Oshawa) Fastest Three Goals by One Player 4:9 Dmitry Sokolov (Oct. 9, 6 at Sault Ste. Marie) Longest Point Scoring Streak (Games) 9 Dmitry Sokolov (Dec. 3, 6 to Jan., 7. G, A) Longest Goal Scoring Streak (Games) 5 Dmitry Sokolov (Dec. 3, 6 to Jan., 7. G, A) 63

64 Sudbury Wolves 7 OHL Priority Selections 64 RD NO NAME 6-7 CLUB POS HT WT BIRTHDATE 7 Murray, Blake Whitby Wildcats Minor Midget AAA C /5/ 3 53 Tabak, Anthony Mississauga Senators Minor Midget AAA LW /6/ 4 63 Ross, Liam Mississauga Reps Minor Midget AAA LD /3/ 4 8 Phillips, Isaak Barrie Jr. Colts Minor Midget AAA LD /8/ 5 87 Manikis, Kosta Vaughan Kings Minor Midget AAA C /5/ 6 Frappier, Marshall Nepean Raiders G 6. 7 /9/ 7 7 Wawrow, Drew Brampton 45s Minor Midget AAA RD // 7 9 Mazur, Joe Sudbury Minor Midget Wolves C /8/ 8 47 Bowie, Brendan Toronto Nationals Minor Midget AAA RW /9/ 87 Carvalho, Cameron Toronto Marlboros Minor Midget AAA G // 7 McDougall, Brodie Toronto Jr. Canadiens Minor Midget AAA RW // 7 Siau, Levi London Knights Minor Midget AAA RW /9/ 3 Pulford-Thorpe, Keegan York-Simcoe Express Minor Midget AAA RD 6. 6 /9/ 3 47 Lewis, Bryce London Knights Minor Midget AAA LW // 5 87 Dal Ben, Remy Brampton 45s Minor Midget AAA RW /7/ Under-8 Priority Selection 7 Serensits, Emmett Oakville Rangers Midget AAA RD 5. 7 /7/ 7 Vendette, Alex Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves G /3/ 3 47 Soehner, Nicholas York-Simcoe Express Midget AAA RW /7/ 4 67 Mergelas, Eric Mississauga Rebels Midget AAA RD // Savard, Parker Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves RW /6/ CHL Import Draft 9 Malik, Zack Vitkovice Ostrave Jr. LD /3/ Head Coach Cory Stillman Born: December, 973, Peterborough, ON Year Club GP W L OTL SL PTS Finish No OHL Coaching Record Coaching History Barry MacKenzie, Larry Rubic and Trevor Boyce 97-73; Mac MacLean ; Stu Duncan ; Jerry Toppazzini to ; Marcel Clements and Andy Laing ; Andy Laing to 98-8; Joe Drago 98-8; Ken Gratton, Marcel Clements and Bill Harris 98-83; Bill Harris and Andy Spruce ; Andy Spruce ; Bob Strumm and Wayne Maxner ; Guy Blanchard ; John Wallin and Ken MacKenzie ; Ken MacKenzie to 99-9; Glenn Merkosky to ; Glenn Merkosky and Todd Lalonde ; Todd Lalonde ; Todd Lalonde and Tom Watt ; Reg Higgs ; Bert Templeton 999- to -3; Mike Foligno 3-4 to 8-9; Bryan Verrault and Mike Foligno 9-, Trent Cull - to -3; Paul Fixter 3-4 to 4-5; David Matsos 5-6 to 6-7; Cory Stillman 7-8 to date. 6-7 Team Record W L OTL SL Overall Record: Home Record: Road Record: Overtime Record: 3 7 vs. East Division Opponents 6 9 vs. Central Division Opponents 5 3 vs. West Division Opponents 4 9 vs. Midwest Division Opponents 6 September Record October Record 6 5 November Record 4 8 December Record 4 4 January Record February Record 4 6 March Record 4 6 Playoff Record: 4 W L OTL SL vs. Barrie 7 vs. Erie vs. Flint vs. Guelph vs. Hamilton vs. Kingston vs. Kitchener vs. London vs. Mississauga 3 3 vs. Niagara 3 vs. North Bay 3 3 vs. Oshawa vs. Ottawa vs. Owen Sound vs. Peterborough 3 vs. Saginaw vs. Sarnia vs. Sault Ste. Marie 3 vs. Windsor

65 Windsor Spitfires Windsor Family Credit Union Centre, 8787 McHugh St., Windsor, Ontario N8S A Phone: (59) Fax: (59) Team Directory President General Manager Governor Vice-President of Hockey Operations Head Coach Assistant Coach Goaltending Coach Goaltending Consultant Director of Analytics and Video Athletic Therapists Equipment Manager Assistant Equipment Manager Director of Scouting and Hockey Ops Scouts Director of Business Development Administrator Community & Game Operations Media & Public Relations Academic Advisors Club Physician Club Dentist Team Information Bob Boughner Warren Rychel John Savage Bill Bowler Trevor Letowski Jerrod Smith Perry Wilson Paul Billing Evan Mathias Joey Garland Aaron Boose JR Grant Kameron Bagley Frank Evola Dan Currie, Don Dickson, Larry Gertsakis, Mike Glover, Chris Henry, Matt Hogan, Michael Kokavec, Jimmy Krantz, Mike MacFarlane, Matt Moran, Dan Riedel, Brian Teakle Steve Horne Andrea Eidukas-Mooney Felicia Krautner Dave Ducharme Danielle Chevalier John Laporte Dr. Roy Diklich, Dr. Bob McKay Dr. Roger Shaban Home Arena WFCU Centre Capacity 6,45 Dimensions of Rink x 85 Box Office: (59) 54-5 Arena Phone: (59) Arena Manager Andrew Daher Press Box 3rd level, East end of arena Team Colours Blue, red & white Affiliated Team LaSalle Jr. B Bob Boughner Warren Rychel Trevor Letowski Nathan Staios 65

66 Windsor Spitfires Franchise Record SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6-7 Windsor Spitfires nd (West) 5-6 Windsor Spitfires nd (West) 4-5 Windsor Spitfires th (West) 3-4 Windsor Spitfires nd (West) -3 - Windsor Spitfires Windsor Spitfires th (West) 4th (West) - 9- Windsor Spitfires Windsor Spitfires nd (West) st (West) 8-9 Windsor Spitfires st (West) Windsor Spitfires Windsor Spitfires nd (West) 5th (West) Windsor Spitfires Windsor Spitfires rd (West) 3rd (West) 3-4 Windsor Spitfires rd (West) -3 - Windsor Spitfires Windsor Spitfires rd (West) 3rd (West) Windsor Spitfires Windsor Spitfires nd (West) 4th (West) Windsor Spitfires th (West) Windsor Spitfires Windsor Spitfires th (Western) 3rd (Western) Windsor Spitfires Windsor Spitfires th (Western) nd (Western) Windsor Spitfires th (Emms) Windsor Spitfires Franchise Totals ,88,84, ,88,67,874 8th (Emms) Pct..496 Team Records SEASON Team Most Points (8-9) 5 Most Goals (987-88) 396 Most Goals Against (975-76) 47 Fewest Goals Against (8-9) 7 Individual Most Goals Ernie Godden (98-8) 87 Most Assists Bill Bowler (994-95) Most Points Ernie Godden (98-8) 53 Best GAA Michael DiPietro 6-7).35 GAME Most Goals 5 Gerry Leroux (Oct. 7, 977 vs. Niagara Falls); Paul Gagne (Oct., 979 vs. Niagara Falls) Most Assists 6 Greg Gravel (Oct. 8, 98 vs. Sudbury) Most Points 9 Greg Gravel (Oct. 8, 98 vs. Sudbury) Most Powerplay Goals 3 Ernie Godden (Mar. /8 vs. London); Greg Gravel (Oct. 8/8 vs. Sudbury); Bill Bowler (Jan. 3/93 at Peterborough); Craig Lutes (Mar. 7/93 at Detroit) Most Shorthanded Goals Claude Loiselle (Mar. 8/83 vs. Guelph); Kelly Cain (Dec. /87 at Hamilton); Glenn Crawford (Sept. 9/95 at Sarnia), Shawn Mather (Sep. 8/ vs. S.S. Marie), Eric Locke (Dec. / at Sarnia) Fastest Opening Goal :9 Kevin White (Oct. 4, 99 vs. Kitchener) Fastest Period Goal :5 Jason Spezza (Nov. 8, at Toronto - 3rd period) Fastest Two Goals by One Player :7 Blair Barnes (Nov. 9, 979 at London - nd period) 66 See page 3 for complete franchise records Fastest Three Goals by One Player :56 Bill Bowler (Mar. 5, 994 at Owen Sound - nd period) INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS 6-7 Most Goals 3 Logan Brown (Oct. 3, 6 vs Flint and Jan. 9, 7 vs Ottawa), Gabriel Vilardi (Mar. 5, 7 vs Sudbury and Jan. 3, 7 at Sarnia), Sean Day (Dec. 4, 6 at Saginaw) Most Assists 4 Austin McEneny (Sep. 3, 6 at Sault Ste. Marie), Logan Brown (Oct. 9, 6 vs London and Sep. 3, 6 at Mississauga) Most Points 5 Gabriel Vilardi (Mar. 5, 7 vs Sudbury) Most Power-Play Goals 5 times Most Shorthanded Goals 8 times Fastest Opening Goal :5 Mikhail Sergachev (Dec., 6 at North Bay) Fastest Period Goal :3 Cristiano DiGiacinto (Dec. 3, 6 at Flint) Fastest Two Goals by One Player : Sean Day (Dec. 4, 6 at Saginaw) Fastest Three Goals by One Player 5:5 Sean Day (Dec. 4, 6 at Saginaw) Longest Point Scoring Streak (Games) 8 Jeremy Bracco (Feb. 6, 7 to Mar. 5, 7. G, A) Gabriel Vilardi (Feb., 7 to Feb. 3, 7. 7G, 7A) Longest Goal Scoring Streak (Games) 4 Aaron Luchuk (Oct. 7, 6 to Nov. 6, 6. 5G, 5A) Gabriel Vilardi (Feb., 7 to Feb. 3, 7. 5G, 5A) Cole Purboo (Sep., 6 to Sep. 3, 6. 4G, 4A)

67 7 OHL Priority Selections RD NO NAME 6-7 CLUB POS HT WT BIRTHDATE 7 Staios, Nathan Vaughan Kings Minor Midget AAA LD /7/ 5 96 Henault, Louka Toronto Marlboros Minor Midget AAA RD /3/ 6 9 D Amico, Daniel Toronto Marlboros Minor Midget AAA LW /6/ 6 3 Brimmer, Austin Mississauga Rebels Minor Midget AAA RW // 7 5 Frasca, Jordan Mississauga Senators Minor Midget AAA C /5/ 8 5 Andrews, Michael Quinte Red Devils Minor Midget AAA LW /8/ 8 5 Paterson, Markus Toronto Nationals Minor Midget AAA LW /3/ 8 56 Fensore, Dominick P.A.L. Jr. Islanders 6U LD /7/ 9 76 Yelle, Erik Toronto Marlboros Minor Midget AAA RD /9/ 8 Dobrich, Stefan Sun County Panthers Minor Midget AAA LD /9/ 6 Webber, Cade Rivers PS Red Wings LD /5/ Recchi, Cameron Cushing Academy Penguins C/LW /4/ 36 Taylor, Jeff Kemptville 73s Midget AAA C /7/ 3 56 Crasa, Matthew Selects Academy 5U at South Kent School C/RW /4/ 4 67 Agresti, Braeden Toronto Red Wings Minor Midget AAA RW /8/ Under-8 Priority Selection 6 Benwell, Evan Mississauga Rebels Midget AAA RW /9/ 36 Pizzuto, Gianluca Windsor AAA Zone Midget AAA LD /9/ 3 56 Loon-Stewardson, Quintin Thunder Bay Kings 8U C /3/ 4 76 O Leary, Patrick Mississauga Reps Midget AAA G 5. 6 /3/ 5 94 O Brien, Matthew Toronto Nationals Midget AAA RW /8/999 CHL Import Draft 46 Kozhevnikov, Kirill Khanty-Mansiysk Mamonty Yugry C 6. 5 /6/999 6 Starikov, Lev Ufa Tolpar LD /7/ Head Coach Trevor Letowski Born: April 5, 977 in Thunder Bay, Ontario Coaching Record Year Club GP W L OTL SL PTS Finish - Sarnia Sting Sarnia Sting th (West) 4-5 Sarnia Sting rd (West) OHL Totals Pct..38 Coaching History Doug Johnston and Wayne Maxner ; Wayne Maxner to 979-8; Ron Harris and Ron Carroll 98-8; Marcel Pronovost 98-8; Marcel Pronovost, Doug Imrie and John Becanic 98-83; Bob Boucher, Terry McDonnell and Wayne Maxner ; Mark Craig ; Tom Webster ; Tom Webster, Jim Rutherford and Tony MacDonald ; Tom Webster to , Brad Smith to 99-9; Brad Smith, Wayne Maxner and Dave Prpich 99-9; Wayne Maxner and Kevin McIntosh 99-93; Shane Parker ; Mike Kelly ; Mike Kelly and Paul Gillis ; Paul Gillis ; Vern Stenlund, Dave Prpich and Tony Curtale ; Tony Curtale and Dave Prpich ; Tom Webster 999- to -; Tom Webster and Mike Kelly -3; Steve Smith and Mike Kelly 3-4; Mike Kelly and Dave Prpich 4-5; Moe Mantha, Bill Bowler and D.J. Smith 5-6; Bob Boughner 6-7 to 9-, Bob Jones -; Bob Boughner - to 4-5; Rocky Thompson 5-6 to 6-7; Trevor Letowski 7-8 to date 6-7 Team Record W L OTL SL Overall Record: Home Record: 7 6 Road Record: Overtime Record: 8 8 vs. East Division Opponents 7 vs. Central Division Opponents 9 vs. West Division Opponents 6 8 vs. Midwest Division Opponents 9 9 September Record 3 October Record 7 3 November Record 6 4 December Record 7 January Record 7 4 February Record 6 4 March Record 5 4 Playoff Record: 3 4 W L OTL SL vs. Barrie vs. Erie vs. Flint 4 vs. Guelph 3 vs. Hamilton vs. Kingston vs. Kitchener vs. London 3 vs. Mississauga vs. Niagara vs. North Bay vs. Oshawa vs. Ottawa vs. Owen Sound 3 vs. Peterborough vs. Saginaw 7 vs. Sarnia 3 vs. Sault Ste. Marie 3 3 vs. Sudbury 67

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69 OHL Officiating Team Director of Officiating Conrad Haché Director of Administration Herb Morell Officiating Managers Brad Beer Ken Cox Ken Miller Matt Parlette Bill Prisniak Leon Stickle # Referee Seasons (as referee) Len Wood Ryan Harrison 4 Joe Celestin 5 Jason Faist 6 Nick Gill 7 Quincy Evans Michael Hamilton Ryan Elbers Patrick Battista Brett Montsion 4 4 Tom Sweeney 9 4 Chris Ferreira 5 Aaron Neely 4 6 Dave Lewis Jesse Wilmot 4 8 Ben Moser Jason Goldenberg 9 Ryan Hutchison 9 # Referee Seasons (as referee) Brent Coulombe Scott Oakman Stacy Jackson 6 5 Joe Monette 8 6 Sean Reid Josh Schein 9 T.J. Foster 8 3 Matthew Traub Mike Marley 3 Ben Wilson 8 34 Michael Cairns Scott Ferguson 37 Michael Markovic 38 Darcy Burchell 39 Craig Dease 4 Patrick Myers Chris Carnegie 8 # Linesmen Seasons 4 Michael Johnstone 4 Kevin Connolly 43 Kevin Keyes 45 David Cianfrini 3 46 Shayne Thompson 47 Kevin McArthur 3 48 Dave Borden 5 49 Adam Harris 8 5 Chris Chapman 5 Jean-Francois Menard 7 53 Will Dykeman 54 Marcus Policicchio 5 55 Chris Holmstead 57 Drew Jackson 58 Justin Herrington 5 6 Scott Walker 6 Kevin Hastings 9 6 Geoff Rutherford 7 63 David Milne 64 Pat Smith 7 65 Scott Wilson 8 66 Kyle Flood 4 67 Kyle Lekun 3 68 Dustin McCrank 7 Brady Fagan 7 Josh Jolley # Linesmen Seasons 7 Mitch Dunning 73 Max Kallio 5 74 Troy Miller 4 75 Brad Horan 76 Nick Bet 3 78 Daniel Sepe 6 79 Tyson Baker 8 Justin Tang 8 Scott Reed 8 Talmadge Farnes 83 Ryan Card 6 84 Cory Hooper 85 Steve Dix 4 86 Joseph Hutek 87 Cory Piche 6 88 Joshua Houslander 4 89 Alex Ross 3 9 Mike Harrington 9 9 Ryan Holmstead 7 9 Justin Knaggs 7 93 Mac Nichol 95 Ray King 3 96 Dave Pfohl 5 98 Scott Lawson 5 (No. of seasons include 7-8 season) 69

70 6-7 Regular Season Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE EAST DIVISION GP W L OTL SOL PTS PCT GF GA Peterborough Petes Oshawa Generals Kingston Frontenacs Hamilton Bulldogs Ottawa 67 S CENTRAL DIVISION Mississauga Steelheads Sudbury Wolves Niagara IceDogs North Bay Battalion Barrie Colts WESTERN CONFERENCE WEST DIVISION GP W L OTL SOL PTS PCT GF GA Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Windsor Spitfires Flint Firebirds Sarnia Sting Saginaw Spirit MIDWEST DIVISION Erie Otters Owen Sound Attack London Knights Kitchener Rangers Guelph Storm Leading Scorers PLAYER, CLUB GP G A PTS +/- PIM PPG SHG DeBrincat, Alex, ER Raddysh, Taylor, ER Mascherin, Adam, KIT Palmu, Petrus, OS Suzuki, Nick, OS Kyrou, Jordan, SAR Moore, Ryan, FLNT Pu, Cliff, LDN Sherwood, Kole, FLNT Hancock, Kevin, OS Tyanulin, Artur, OTT Bracco, Jeremy, WSR Robertson, Jason, KGN Raddysh, Darren, ER MacIntyre, Bobby, SSM Tippett, Owen, MISS Strome, Dylan, ER Gadjovich, Jonah, OS McLeod, Michael, MISS Centorame, Santino, OS Sokolov, Dmitry, SBY Piccinich, JJ, LDN McKenzie, Brett, NB Hodgson, Hayden, SAG Thomas, Robert, LDN

71 Departmental Leaders GOALS PLAYER, TEAM GP G DeBrincat, Alex, ER Sokolov, Dmitry, SBY Gadjovich, Jonah, OS 6 46 Suzuki, Nick, OS Tippett, Owen, MISS 6 44 Raddysh, Taylor, ER 58 4 Robertson, Jason, KGN 68 4 Senyshyn, Zachary, SSM 59 4 Palmu, Petrus, OS 6 4 Moore, Ryan, FLNT ASSISTS PLAYER, TEAM GP A Raddysh, Taylor, ER Centorame, Santino, OS Raddysh, Darren, ER 6 65 Mascherin, Adam, KIT Kyrou, Jordan, SAR DeBrincat, Alex, ER 63 6 Tyanulin, Artur, OTT 67 6 Bracco, Jeremy, WSR Palmu, Petrus, OS 6 58 Hancock, Kevin, OS POWERPLAY GOALS PLAYER, TEAM GP PP Gadjovich, Jonah, OS 6 7 Sokolov, Dmitry, SBY 64 7 Bunnaman, Connor, KIT 64 6 Palmu, Petrus, OS 6 5 DeBrincat, Alex, ER 63 4 Suzuki, Nick, OS 65 4 Caamano, Nicholas, FLNT 67 4 DeNoble, Logan, PBO 67 4 Hodgson, Hayden, SAG 67 4 Mercier, Medric, OSH 67 4 SHORT-HANDED GOALS PLAYER, TEAM GP SH Katchouk, Boris, SSM 66 7 Suzuki, Nick, OS 65 5 Stephens, Mitchell, LDN 5 4 McHugh, Nick, KIT 58 4 MacIntyre, Bobby, SSM 63 4 James, Cordell, OS 64 4 Salinitri, Anthony, SAR 66 4 Caamano, Nicholas, FLNT 67 4 McKenzie, Brett, NB 67 4 Carson, Macauley, SBY 68 4 Sproviero, Franco, SAR 68 4 GAME WINNING GOALS PLAYER, TEAM GP GW Robertson, Jason, KGN 68 Senyshyn, Zachary, SSM 59 Palmu, Petrus, OS 6 9 Tippett, Owen, MISS 6 8 DeBrincat, Alex, ER 63 8 Miletic, Sam, LDN 65 8 Hancock, Kevin, OS 68 8 Luff, Matt, HAM 45 7 MacIntyre, Bobby, SSM 63 7 Sokolov, Dmitry, SBY 64 7 DeNoble, Logan, PBO 67 7 Nyman, Linus, KGN 68 7 PLUS-MINUS PLAYER, TEAM GP +/- Raddysh, Taylor, ER Raddysh, Darren, ER 6 6 DeBrincat, Alex, ER 63 6 Crawley, Brandon, LDN 6 55 Fergus, TJ, ER Timmins, Conor, SSM Suzuki, Nick, OS 65 5 Phillips, Markus, OS 66 4 Thomas, Robert, LDN 66 4 Sambrook, Jordan, ER 6 38 Rookie Leaders PLAYER, CLUB GP G A PTS +/- PIM Merkley, Ryan, GUE Nyman, Linus, KGN Ruzicka, Adam, SAR McShane, Allan, OSH Meireles, Greg, KIT Castleman, Oliver, NIAG Rasanen, Eemeli, KGN Schnarr, Nate, GUE Formenton, Alex, LDN Sushko, Maksim, OS

72 Leading Defencemen PLAYER, CLUB GP G A PTS +/- PIM Raddysh, Darren, ER Centorame, Santino, OS Timms, Matthew, PBO Hronek, Filip, SAG Timmins, Conor, SSM Mantha, Ryan, NIAG King, Jeff, SAR Merkley, Ryan, GUE * Henderson, Mathieu, FLNT Vande Sompel, Mitchell, LDN * denotes rookie Goaltending Leaders GOALTENDER, CLUB GP MINS SHOTS SAVES GA SO AVG. % W L OTL SL McNiven, Michael, OS 54 3,84,433, DiPietro, Michael, WSR 5,935,387, Timpano, Troy, ER 44,559, Parsons, Tyler, LDN 34,, Villalta, Matthew, SSM 33, Ingham, Jacob, MISS 3, Helvig, Jeremy, KGN 59 3,446,686, Brodeur, Jeremy, OSH 5,848,64, Carty, Dawson, HAM 45,498,6, Wells, Dylan, PBO 5 3,6,848, SAVE PERCENTAGE PLAYER, TEAM GP SV% Parsons, Tyler, LDN Villalta, Matthew, SSM DiPietro, Michael, WSR 5.97 Brodeur, Jeremy, OSH 5.96 Wells, Dylan, PBO 5.96 McNiven, Michael, OS Dhillon, Stephen, NIAG Helvig, Jeremy, KGN Ingham, Jacob, MISS 3.97 WINS PLAYER, TEAM GP W McNiven, Michael, OS 54 4 Timpano, Troy, ER Brodeur, Jeremy, OSH 5 33 Wells, Dylan, PBO 5 33 DiPietro, Michael, WSR 5 3 Helvig, Jeremy, KGN 59 9 Villalta, Matthew, SSM 33 5 Carty, Dawson, HAM 45 5 Parsons, Tyler, LDN 34 3 Raaymakers, Joseph, SSM 4 3 Cormier, Evan, SAG 49 3 Fazio, Justin, SAR 5 3 SHUTOUTS PLAYER, TEAM GP SO DiPietro, Michael, WSR 5 6 McNiven, Michael, OS 54 6 Helvig, Jeremy, KGN 59 6 Parsons, Tyler, LDN 34 4 Timpano, Troy, ER 44 4 Murdaca, Joseph, ER 9 Sime, Julian, NB Ingham, Jacob, MISS 3 Fulcher, Kaden, HAM 43 Lazarev, Leo, OTT 43 Cormier, Evan, SAG 49 Brodeur, Jeremy, OSH 5 SHOOTOUT WINS PLAYER, TEAM SO SOW Fazio, Justin, SAR 5 5 Raaymakers, Joseph, SSM 4 3 Brodeur, Jeremy, OSH 5 3 Wells, Dylan, PBO 5 3 Cormier, Evan, SAG

73 OHL Coaches Poll CATEGORY EASTERN CONFERENCE WESTERN CONFERENCE Most Underrated Player Logan DeNoble, Peterborough Kevin Hancock, Owen Sound Most Improved Player Brandon Saigeon, Hamilton Jonah Gadjovich, Owen Sound Smartest Player Spencer Watson, Mississauga Dylan Strome, Erie Hardest Worker Ted Nichol, Kingston Warren Foegele, Erie Best Playmaker Spencer Watson, Mississauga Dylan Strome, Erie Most Dangerous in the Goal Area Owen Tippett, Mississauga Alex DeBrincat, Erie Best Skater Jonathan Ang, Peterborough Zach Senyshyn, Sault Ste. Marie Best Shot Owen Tippett, Mississauga Alex DeBrincat, Erie Hardest Shot Nicolas Hague, Mississauga Mikhail Sergachev, Windsor Best Stickhandler Artur Tyanulin, Ottawa Petrus Palmu, Owen Sound Best on Face-Offs Zach Gallant, Peterborough Kyle Pettit, Erie Best Body Checker Zach Shankar, North Bay Jacob Friend, Owen Sound Best Shot Blocker Josh Coyle, Peterborough Kyle Pettit, Erie Best Defensive Forward Zach Gallant, Peterborough Anthony Cirelli, Erie Best Penalty Killer Josh Coyle, Peterborough Boris Katchouk, Sault Ste. Marie Best Offensive Defenceman Vili Saarijarvi, Mississauga Darren Raddysh, Erie Best Defensive Defenceman Ryan Mantha, Niagara Erik Cernak, Erie Best Puck Handling Goalie Jeremy Brodeur, Oshawa Tyler Parsons, London Best Shootout Shooter Nikita Korostelev, Peterborough Jordan Kyrou, Sarnia Best Shootout Goalie Jeremy Brodeur, Oshawa Michael McNiven, Owen Sound Players of the Week Pioneer Energy OHL Playoff Player of the Week: May May 7: Warren Foegele (Erie) Apr. 4 Apr. 3: Anthony Cirelli (Erie) Apr. 7 Apr. 3: Matthew Mancina (Mississauga) Apr. Apr. 6: Dylan Wells (Peterborough) Apr. 3 Apr. 9: Joseph Raaymakers (Sault Ste. Marie) Mar. 7 Apr. : Michael McLeod (Mississauga) Mar. Mar. 6: Anthony Cirelli (Erie) Pioneer Energy OHL Regular Season Players of the Week: Mar. 3 Mar. 9: Jacob Ingham (Mississauga) Mar. 6 Mar. : Petrus Palmu (Owen Sound) Feb. 7 Mar. 5: Gabriel Vilardi (Windsor) Feb. Feb. 6: Michael McLeod (Mississauga) Feb. 3 Feb. 9: Joseph Murdaca (Erie) Feb. 6 Feb. : Spencer Watson (Mississauga) Jan. 3 Feb. 5: Alex DeBrincat (Erie) Performers of the Month Player of the Month: March - Petrus Palmu, OS February - Alex DeBrincat, ER January - Adam Mascherin, KIT December - Zach Gallant, PBO November - Alex DeBrincat / Taylor Raddysh, ER October - Taylor Raddysh, ER Defenceman of the Month: March - Santino Centorame, OS February - Darren Raddysh, ER January - Santino Centorame, OS December -Stephen Desrocher, KGN November - Darren Raddysh, ER October - Mathieu Henderson, FLNT Jan. 3 Jan. 9: Jeremy Helvig (Kingston) Jan. 6 Jan. : Hayden Hodgson (Saginaw) Jan. 9 Jan. 5: Kole Sherwood (Flint) Jan. Jan. 8: Santino Centorame (Owen Sound) Dec. 6 Jan. : Michael McNiven (Owen Sound) Dec. Dec. 8: Dylan Wells (Peterborough) Dec. 5 Dec. : Michael DiPietro (Windsor) Nov. 8 Dec. 4: Alex DeBrincat (Erie) Nov. Nov. 7: Boris Katchouk (Sault Ste. Marie) Nov. 4 Nov. : Jeremy Bracco (Kitchener) Nov. 7 Nov. 3: Jonathan Ang (Peterborough) Oct. 3 Nov. 6: Alex DeBrincat (Erie) Oct. 4 Oct. 3: Troy Timpano (Erie) Oct. 7 Oct. 3: Max Jones (London) Oct. Oct. 6: Jeremy Bracco (Kitchener) Oct. 3 Oct. 9: Logan Brown (Windsor) Sept. 6 Oct. : Joseph Raaymakers (Sault Ste. Marie) Sept. Sept. 5: Matt Luff (Hamilton) Rookie of the Month: March - Matthew Villalta, SSM February - Adam Ruzicka, SAR January - Allan McShane, OSH December - Ryan Merkley, GUE November - Linus Nyman, KGN October - Ryan Merkley, GUE Vaughn Goaltender of the Month: March - Matthew Villalta, SSM February - Michael McNiven, OS January - Jacob Ingham, MIS December Michael DiPietro, WSR November Tyler Parsons, LDN October Troy Timpano, ER 73

74 Goaltending Statistics by Team SHOOTOUTS BARRIE COLTS GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SHT SVS SV% G W L G OP SO% Christian Propp 3, David Ovsjannikov 34, Ruan Badenhorst Totals 77 4, ,96, ERIE OTTERS GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SHT SVS SV% G W L G OP SO% Troy Timpano 44, , Joseph Murdaca (total) 9, MISS ER Anand Oberoi Jake Lawr Totals 7 4, ,674, FLINT FIREBIRDS GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SHT SVS SV% G W L G OP SO% Matthew Menna Connor Hicks 38, , Garrett Forrest 3, Totals 7 4, ,39, GUELPH STORM GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SHT SVS SV% G W L G OP SO% Liam Herbst 48, ,58, Anthony Popovich 3, Totals 78 4, ,483, HAMILTON BULLDOGS GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SHT SVS SV% G W L G OP SO% Dawson Carty (total) 45, ,6, KIT, HAM 4, Trenton McGrail Kaden Fulcher 43, ,79, Cole Ceci Totals 76 4, ,6, KINGSTON FRONTENACS GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SHT SVS SV% G W L G OP SO% Jeremy Helvig 59 3, ,686, Mario Peccia Zach Moore Totals 73 4, ,959, KITCHENER RANGERS GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SHT SVS SV% G W L G OP SO% Chris McGonigle Dawson Carty, Luke Opilka 3, Luke Richardson Lucas Pfeil Totals 7 4, ,88, LONDON KNIGHTS GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SHT SVS SV% G W L G OP SO% Tyler Parsons 34, , Jordan Kooy Emanuel Vella Trenton McGrail Tyler Johnson 6, Totals 77 4, ,88, MISSISSAUGA STEELHEADS GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SHT SVS SV% G W L G OP SO% Joseph Murdaca Jacob Ingham 3, Matthew Mancina 44, ,76, Totals 77 4, ,39,

75 SHOOTOUTS NIAGARA ICEDOGS GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SHT SVS SV% G W L G OP SO% Stephen Dhillon 59 3, ,3, Colton Incze Totals 73 4, ,777, NORTH BAY BATTALION GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SHT SVS SV% G W L G OP SO% Julian Sime, Brent Moran 48, ,4, Bradley Van Schubert (total) OS NB Mat Woroniuk Totals 79 4, ,4, OSHAWA GENERALS GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SHT SVS SV% G W L G OP SO% Jeremy Brodeur 5, ,64, Kyle Keyser 6, Barrett Mundell Totals 78 4, ,79, OTTAWA 67 S GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SHT SVS SV% G W L G OP SO% Olivier Lafreniere 34, Leo Lazarev 43, ,335, Totals 77 4, ,38, OWEN SOUND ATTACK GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SHT SVS SV% G W L G OP SO% Michael McNiven 54 3, ,433, Riley Daniels Emanuel Vella (total) LDN OS Bradley Van Schubert Totals 7 4, ,83, PETERBOROUGH PETES GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SHT SVS SV% G W L G OP SO% Dylan Wells 5 3, ,848, Scott Smith, Totals 7 4, ,456, SAGINAW SPIRIT GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SHT SVS SV% G W L G OP SO% Cameron Lamour Evan Cormier 49, ,58, Brendan Bonello, Totals 74 4, ,57, SARNIA STING GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SHT SVS SV% G W L G OP SO% Justin Fazio 5, ,78, Aidan Hughes, Blair Coffin Totals 76 4, ,466, S.S. MARIE GREYHOUNDS GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SHT SVS SV% G W L G OP SO% Matthew Villalta 33, Joseph Raaymakers 4, ,67, Totals 74 4, ,45, SUDBURY WOLVES GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SHT SVS SV% G W L G OP SO% Zack Bowman 6, Jake McGrath 45, ,466, MacKenzie Savard Totals 78 4, ,476, WINDSOR SPITFIRES GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SHT SVS SV% G W L G OP SO% Michael DiPietro 5, ,387, Mario Culina, Totals 7 4, ,97,

76 Player Statistics by Team BARRIE COLTS SHOOTOUTS PLAYER GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP PPA SH SHA GW FG IG OT UA EN Sht FOW FO G ATT GW Anthony Stefano Lucas Chiodo Zachary Magwood Roy Radke Ben Hawerchuk Cordell James Jason Willms Tom Hedberg Justin Murray Giordano Finoro Kade Landry Kirill Nizhnikov Joey Keane Jason Smith (total) MISS BAR Matt Brassard Tyler Tucker Aidan Brown Curtis Douglas Adrian Carbonara Kyle Heitzner Jaden Peca Robert Proner (total) SAG BAR Christopher Cameron Cameron Lizotte Ruan Badenhorst Christian Propp David Ovsjannikov ERIE OTTERS SHOOTOUTS PLAYER GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP PPA SH SHA GW FG IG OT UA EN Sht FOW FO G ATT GW Alex DeBrincat Taylor Raddysh Darren Raddysh Dylan Strome Anthony Cirelli (total) OSH ER Kyle Maksimovich Warren Foegele (total) KGN ER Ivan Lodnia Kyle Pettit Jordan Sambrook TJ Fergus Christian Girhiny Allan McShane Erik Cernak Gera Poddubnyi Patrick Fellows Brett Neumann Shaun Bily Josh Wainman Owen Headrick Cameron Lizotte (total) BAR ER Mitchell Byrne Carson Edwardson Cade Robinson Ryan Martin Anand Oberoi 34 3 Aidan Timmermans Jack Duff 6 Mitchell Webb - Riley MacRae Haydn Hopkins Taylor Egan Jake Lawr Joseph Murdaca (total) 9 MISS ER 7 Troy Timpano 44 FLINT FIREBIRDS SHOOTOUTS PLAYER Ryan Moore GP 68 G 39 A 5 PTS 9 +/- PIM PP PPA SH SHA GW FG IG OT UA EN 4 Sht 68 FOW FO G ATT GW Kole Sherwood Nicholas Caamano Mathieu Henderson Jalen Smereck Maurizio Colella (total) NB FLNT Everett Clark Alex Peters Ty Dellandrea C.J. Clarke (total) PBO FLNT Luke Kirwan Jake Durham

77 Dennis Busby Fedor Gordeev (total) HAM FLNT Hunter Holmes Cullen Mercer Jack Phibbs Hakon Nilsen Dane Johnstone Ryan Littlejohn Jacob Collins Garrett Forrest 3 Samuel Duchesne Michal Steinocher 4-9 Matthew Menna Alex Di Carlo Keenan Reynolds Connor Hicks GUELPH STORM SHOOTOUTS PLAYER GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP PPA SH SHA GW FG IG OT UA EN Sht FOW FO G ATT GW Ryan Merkley Isaac Ratcliffe Givani Smith James McEwan Albert Michnac Garrett McFadden Nate Schnarr Matt Hotchkiss Liam Hawel (total) SSM GUE Luke Burghardt Dmitri Samorukov Cedric Ralph Nick Deakin-Poot Liam Stevens Kyle Rhodes Noah Carroll Nic Sicoly Jake Bricknell Barret Kirwin Austin Hall Luke Moncada Nolan Makkonen Quinn Hanna Anthony Popovich Liam Herbst Levi Tetrault Brock Philips HAMILTON BULLDOGS SHOOTOUTS PLAYER GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP PPA SH SHA GW FG IG OT UA EN Sht FOW FO G ATT GW Matthew Strome Will Bitten Michael Cramarossa Matt Luff Brandon Saigeon Niki Petti Benjamin Gleason Justin Lemcke Marian Studenic Connor Walters MacKenzie Entwistle Luke Kutkevicius Jack Hanley Cole Candella Adam Laishram Connor Roberts Zachary Jackson Trent Fox Isaac Nurse Stephen Templeton (total) OSH HAM Jesse Saban Ben Garagan (total) SBY HAM Ondrej Kachyna 3 Dawson Carty (total) 45 KIT HAM 4 Fedor Gordeev 4 3 Riley McCourt Reilly Webb 3 5 Kaden Fulcher 43 Trenton McGrail Owen Burnell 3 Cole Ceci 9 KINGSTON FRONTENACS SHOOTOUTS PLAYER GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP PPA SH SHA GW FG IG OT UA EN Sht FOW FO G ATT GW Jason Robertson Stephen Desrocher Linus Nyman Eemeli Rasanen Ted Nichol Warren Foegele Nathan Dunkley

78 Brett Neumann (total) ER KGN Sam Harding Cody Caron Ryan Cranford Nathan Billitier Sergey Popov Jacob Paquette Liam Murray Zack Dorval Tyler Burnie Justin Pringle Jakob Brahaney Sam Field Josh Supryka 9-3 Austin Grzenia 8 3 Mario Peccia 3 Emmett Gordon 8 - Cal Davis (total) NIAG KGN Zach Moore Colin Van Den Hurk 5-3 Jake O Donnell (total) - 5 MISS 3 - KGN Jeremy Helvig KITCHENER RANGERS SHOOTOUTS PLAYER GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP PPA SH SHA GW FG IG OT UA EN Sht FOW FO G ATT GW Adam Mascherin Joseph Garreffa Connor Bunnaman Jeremy Bracco Darby Llewellyn Greg Meireles Dylan Di Perna Cole Carter (total) WSR KIT Nick McHugh Jake Henderson Riley Damiani Frank Hora Giovanni Vallati Mason Kohn Dylan Seitz Elijah Roberts Jacob Cascagnette Cedric Schiemenz Andrew Burns (total) WSR KIT Kyle Gentles Eric Guest Doug Blaisdell Jonathan Yantsis Connor Hall Liam Peyton -3 Alex Peterson Dawson Carty Lucas Pfeil Chris McGonigle 3 Luke Richardson 6 Luke Opilka 3 4 LONDON KNIGHTS SHOOTOUTS PLAYER GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP PPA SH SHA GW FG IG OT UA EN Sht FOW FO G ATT GW Cliff Pu JJ Piccinich Robert Thomas Janne Kuokkanen Sam Miletic Mitchell Stephens (total) SAG LDN Mitchell Vande Sompel (total) OSH LDN Victor Mete Evan Bouchard Olli Juolevi Owen MacDonald Max Jones Alex Formenton Adrian Carbonara (total) BAR LDN Brandon Crawley Dante Salituro Liam Foudy Cole Tymkin Nicolas Mattinen Josh Nelson Chris Martenet Brady Pataki (total) SBY 4 5 LDN Chandler Yakimowicz Richard Whittaker

79 Billy Moskal Jacob Golden Noah Bennett Alex Turko Jordan Kooy Ian Blacker Tyler Parsons Justin Badour 34 Trenton McGrail Harrison Cottam Emanuel Vella Riley Coome 6 4 Tyler Johnson 6 8 MISSISSAUGA STEELHEADS SHOOTOUTS PLAYER GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP PPA SH SHA GW FG IG OT UA EN Sht FOW FO G ATT GW Owen Tippett Michael McLeod Spencer Watson Nicolas Hague Nathan Bastian Ryan McLeod Stefan LeBlanc Trent Fox (total) HAM MISS Jacob Moverare Jacob Cascagnette (total) KIT MISS Vili Saarijarvi Brendan Harrogate Shaw Boomhower Aidan McFarland Scoley Dow Stephen Gibson Damian Bourne Austin Osmanski Michael Little Jason Smith Sean Day Matthew Titus Marcus Dickerson Jake Ramalho Jeremey Goodwin 8-8 Jacob Ingham 3 Matthew Mancina 44 Joseph Murdaca Jake O Donnell 3 - Chris Taylor Ryan Wells 6 Brandon Yeamans NIAGARA ICEDOGS SHOOTOUTS PLAYER GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP PPA SH SHA GW FG IG OT UA EN Sht FOW FO G ATT GW Johnny Corneil Ryan Mantha Ben Jones Akil Thomas Oliver Castleman Kirill Maksimov (total) SAG NIAG Christopher Paquette Danial Singer Kyle Langdon Ondrej Machala Justin Brack (total) OS NIAG Matthew Philip Graham Knott Aaron Haydon Johnathon Schaefer William Lochead Hayden Davis Liam Ham Drew Hunter Pavel Demin Joshua Dame Justin MacPherson Austin Clapham Bradey Johnson Andrew Somerville - 7 Stephen Dhillon 59 6 Jack Wieringa Nick Pastorious Cal Davis Colton Incze 4 4 Ryan Smith NORTH BAY BATTALION SHOOTOUTS PLAYER GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP PPA SH SHA GW FG IG OT UA EN Sht FOW FO G ATT GW Brett McKenzie Steve Harland Justin Brazeau Adam Thilander Daniil Vertiy Zach Poirier Zach Shankar Brady Lyle

80 Adam McMaster Kyle Potts Brett Hargrave Maurizio Colella Mark Shoemaker Brad Chenier Cam Dineen Max Kislinger Jesse Saban (total) HAM NB Jacob Ball Rhys Forhan Riley Bruce Daniel Walker Andy Baker 3-3 Dayton Murray 4 Eric Allair 6-4 Brent Moran 48 4 Brett Hahkala Alex Robert 6-3 David Sherman Eric Nagy Bradley Van Schubert (total) 4 OS 3 NB Bo Peltier 5 - Mat Woroniuk 9 Julian Sime OSHAWA GENERALS SHOOTOUTS PLAYER GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP PPA SH SHA GW FG IG OT UA EN Sht FOW FO G ATT GW Domenic Commisso Eric Henderson Medric Mercier (total) SSM OSH Jack Studnicka Allan McShane (total) ER OSH Mason Kohn (total) KIT OSH Mitchell Vande Sompel Anthony Cirelli Kenny Huether Riley Stillman Matt Brassard (total) BAR OSH Joe Manchurek Renars Krastenbergs Danil Antropov Serron Noel Kyle MacLean Robbie Burt Alex Di Carlo (total) FLNT OSH Sullivan Sparkes Daniel Robertson Sean Allen Grayden Gottschalk Stephen Templeton William Ennis Ian Blacker (total) LDN OSH Jeremy Brodeur 5 Jaimen Allison 3 Kyle Keyser 6 Barrett Mundell Ryan Heeps Matt Stoia OTTAWA 67 S SHOOTOUTS PLAYER GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP PPA SH SHA GW FG IG OT UA EN Sht FOW FO G ATT GW Artur Tyanulin Austen Keating Patrick White Sasha Chmelevski Noel Hoefenmayer Travis Barron Jared Steege Mathieu Foget Tye Felhaber (total) SAG OTT Drake Rymsha Ben Evans Chris Martenet (total) LDN OTT Peter Stratis Chase Campbell Kody Clark Zack Dorval (total) KGN OTT Ben Fanjoy

81 Carter Robertson Ryan Orban David Pearce Nolan Gardiner Kyle Auger Kevin Bahl William Brown Sam Bitten Mitchell Hoelscher Hudson Wilson Leo Lazarev Quinn Yule - Trent Mallette - 4 Connor Warnholtz Olivier Lafreniere 34 OWEN SOUND ATTACK SHOOTOUTS PLAYER GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP PPA SH SHA GW FG IG OT UA EN Sht FOW FO G ATT GW Petrus Palmu Nick Suzuki Kevin Hancock Jonah Gadjovich Santino Centorame Cordell James (total) BAR OS Ethan Szypula Markus Phillips Sean Durzi Maksim Sushko Matt Schmalz Chase Campbell (total) OTT OS Zachary Roberts Aidan Dudas Matthew Struthers Nick Pryce Jacob Friend Trenton Bourque Justin Brack Cole Cameron Tyler MacArthur Nick King Michael McNiven 54 Daylon Groulx Emanuel Vella (total) 3 LDN 5 OS 8 Greg Smith Bradley Van Schubert 3 Riley Daniels Luke Beamish PETERBOROUGH PETES SHOOTOUTS PLAYER GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP PPA SH SHA GW FG IG OT UA EN Sht FOW FO G ATT GW Nikita Korostelev (total) SAR PBO Matthew Timms Steven Lorentz Jonathan Ang Logan DeNoble Kyle Jenkins Christopher Paquette (total) NIAG PBO Zach Gallant Adam Timleck Semyon Der-Arguchintsev Matt Spencer Cole Fraser Tyler Rollo Nick Isaacson Nick Grima Brandon Prophet Josh Coyle Matyas Svoboda C.J. Clarke Pavel Gogolev Alex Black (total) SAR PBO Declan Chisholm Dylan Wells 5 Jonne Tammela 5 Matt McNamara 4 3 Troy Henley 9 3 Josh Barraclough - Ian McKinnon Chad Denault 6 4 Eddie Schulz Scott Smith SAGINAW SPIRIT SHOOTOUTS PLAYER GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP PPA SH SHA GW FG IG OT UA EN Sht FOW FO G ATT GW Hayden Hodgson Filip Hronek Kris Bennett Brady Gilmour Marcus Crawford

82 Matthew Kreis Cole Coskey Mitchell Stephens Damien Giroux C.J. Garcia Keaton Middleton Kirill Maksimov Jesse Barwell Hayden Davis (total) NIAG SAG DJ Busdeker Max Grondin Markus Niemelainen Mike Davies Tye Felhaber Robert Proner Kyle Bollers Gianluca Fuoco Brock Hill Chet Phillips -3 7 Cameron Lamour 4 Rocky Kaura Danny Katic Brendan Bonello Evan Cormier 49 SARNIA STING SHOOTOUTS PLAYER GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP PPA SH SHA GW FG IG OT UA EN Sht FOW FO G ATT GW Jordan Kyrou Drake Rymsha (total) OTT SAR Anthony Salinitri Jeff King Adam Ruzicka Kevin Spinozzi Troy Lajeunesse Jaden Lindo Nikita Korostelev Franco Sproviero Jordan Ernst Ryan McGregor Brady Hinz Sean Josling Nick Grima (total) PBO SAR Filip Helt Connor Schlichting Theo Calvas (total) SSM 9-8 SAR Kelton Hatcher Alex Black Louis Latta Jacob Stos Curtis Egert 3 Aidan Hughes Justin Fazio 5 4 Derrick Johnson Blair Coffin 3 Braden Henderson 6 - Cameron Hough Brock Perry S.S. MARIE GREYHOUNDS SHOOTOUTS PLAYER GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP PPA SH SHA GW FG IG OT UA EN Sht FOW FO G ATT GW Bobby MacIntyre Zachary Senyshyn Boris Katchouk Morgan Frost Conor Timmins Tim Gettinger Jack Kopacka David Miller Gustav Bouramman Blake Speers Hayden Verbeek Colton White Otto Makinen Barrett Hayton Noah Carroll (total) GUE SSM Mac Hollowell Liam Hawel Calvin Martin Jacob LeGuerrier Anthony DeMeo Alex Gritz Medric Mercier Theo Calvas 9-8 Joseph Raaymakers 4 Holden Wale Frankie Pucci Bryce Yetman Matthew Villalta 33 8

83 SUDBURY WOLVES SHOOTOUTS PLAYER GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP PPA SH SHA GW FG IG OT UA EN Sht FOW FO G ATT GW Dmitry Sokolov David Levin Macauley Carson Ryan Valentini Kyle Capobianco Chandler Yakimowicz (total) LDN SBY Alan Lyszczarczyk Liam Dunda Aiden Jamieson Shane Bulitka Darian Pilon Michael Pezzetta Reagan O Grady Drake Pilon Zach Wilkie Owen Lalonde Owen Lane Patrick Sanvido (total) WSR SBY Conor Ali Owen Gilhula Ben Garagan Brady Pataki 4 5 Evan Krassey MacKenzie Savard 7 Dawson Baker 8 7 Zack Bowman 6 6 Cole Mayo Jake McGrath WINDSOR SPITFIRES SHOOTOUTS PLAYER GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP PPA SH SHA GW FG IG OT UA EN Sht FOW FO G ATT GW Jeremy Bracco (total) KIT WSR Gabriel Vilardi Aaron Luchuk Graham Knott (total) NIAG WSR Mikhail Sergachev Jeremiah Addison Logan Brown Julius Nattinen Sean Day (total) MISS WSR Cristiano DiGiacinto Adam Laishram (total) HAM WSR Luke Boka Jalen Chatfield Cole Carter Hayden McCool Austin McEneny Cole Purboo Logan Stanley Connor Corcoran Tyler Nother Daniel Robertson (total) OSH WSR 6-4 Tyler Angle Andrew Burns Mike Baird Michael DiPietro Maddux Rychel 8 3 Patrick Sanvido Dede Cato Jasper Forgrave 6 Brett Primeau 8-3 Chris Playfair 3 6 Mario Culina 83

84 5-6 Regular Season Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE EAST DIVISION GP W L OTL SL PTS PCT GF GA Kingston Frontenacs Ottawa 67 S Peterborough Petes Oshawa Generals Hamilton Bulldogs CENTRAL DIVISION Barrie Colts North Bay Battalion Niagara IceDogs Mississauga Steelheads Sudbury Wolves WESTERN CONFERENCE MIDWEST DIVISION GP W L OTL SL PTS PCT GF GA Erie Otters London Knights Kitchener Rangers Owen Sound Attack Guelph Storm WEST DIVISION Sarnia Sting Windsor Spitfires Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Saginaw Spirit Flint Firebirds PLAYER, CLUB GP G A PTS +/- PIM Labanc, Kevin, BAR Dvorak, Christian, LDN Marner, Mitchell, LDN Strome, Dylan, ER Tkachuk, Matthew, LDN Mangiapane, Andrew, BAR DeBrincat, Alex, ER Amadio, Mike, NB Fischer, Christian, WSR Watson, Spencer, KGN PLAYOFF RESULTS CONFERENCE QUARTER FINALS EASTERN CONFERENCE Kingston defeated Oshawa (4-) Barrie defeated Mississauga (4-3) North Bay defeated Peterborough (4-3) Niagara defeated Ottawa (4-) WESTERN CONFERENCE Erie defeated Saginaw (4-) Sault Ste. Marie defeated Sarnia (4-3) London defeated Owen Sound (4-) Kitchener defeated Windsor (4-) CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS Niagara defeated Kingston (4-) Barrie defeated North Bay (4-) Erie defeated Sault Ste. Marie (4-) London defeated Kitchener (4-) CONFERENCE FINALS Niagara defeated Barrie (4-) London defeated Erie (4-) ROGERS OHL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES London defeated Niagara (4-) 84

85 4-5 Regular Season Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE EAST DIVISION GP W L OTL SL PTS PCT GF GA Oshawa Generals Ottawa 67 s Kingston Frontenacs Belleville Bulls Peterborough Petes CENTRAL DIVISION Barrie Colts North Bay Battalion Niagara IceDogs Mississauga Steelheads Sudbury Wolves WESTERN CONFERENCE MIDWEST DIVISION GP W L OTL SL PTS PCT GF GA Erie Otters London Knights Guelph Storm Owen Sound Attack Kitchener Rangers WEST DIVISION Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Sarnia Sting Saginaw Spirit Plymouth Whalers Windsor Spitfires PLAYER, CLUB GP G A PTS PIM Dylan Strome, Erie Mitchell Marner, London Connor McDavid, Erie Joseph Blandisi, Barrie Christian Dvorak, London Kevin Labanc, Barrie Alex DeBrincat, Erie Andrew Mangiapane, Barrie Max Domi, London Tyler Bertuzzi, Guelph PLAYOFF RESULTS CONFERENCE QUARTER FINALS EASTERN CONFERENCE Oshawa defeated Peterborough (4-) Barrie defeated Belleville (4-) North Bay defeated Kingston (4-) Niagara defeated Ottawa (4-) WESTERN CONFERENCE Sault Ste. Marie defeated Saginaw (4-) Erie defeated Sarnia (4-) London defeated Kitchener (4-) Guelph defeated Owen Sound (4-) CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS Oshawa defeated Niagara (4-) North Bay defeated Barrie (4-) Sault Ste. Marie defeated Guelph (4-) Erie defeated London (4-) CONFERENCE FINALS Oshawa defeated North Bay (4-) Erie defeated Sault Ste. Marie (4-) ROGERS OHL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Oshawa defeated Erie (4-) 85

86 3-4 Regular Season Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE EAST DIVISION GP W L OTL SL PTS PCT GF GA Oshawa Generals Kingston Frontenacs Peterborough Petes Belleville Bulls Ottawa 67 s CENTRAL DIVISION North Bay Battalion Barrie Colts Sudbury Wolves Niagara IceDogs Mississauga Steelheads WESTERN CONFERENCE MIDWEST DIVISION GP W L OTL SL PTS PCT GF GA Guelph Storm Erie Otters London Knights Owen Sound Attack Kitchener Rangers WEST DIVISION Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Windsor Spitfires Saginaw Spirit Plymouth Whalers Sarnia Sting PLAYER, CLUB GP G A PTS PIM Connor Brown, Erie Dane Fox, Erie Scott Kosmachuk, Guelph Connor McDavid, Erie Andreas Athanasiou, Barrie Michael Dal Colle, Oshawa Nikolay Goldobin, Sarnia Max Domi, London Sam Bennett, Kingston Sergey Tolchinsky, Sault Ste. Marie PLAYOFF RESULTS CONFERENCE QUARTER-FINALS EASTERN CONFERENCE Oshawa defeated Mississauga (4-) North Bay defeated Niagara (4-3) Peterborough defeated Kingston (4-3) Barrie defeated Sudbury (4-) WESTERN CONFERENCE Guelph defeated Plymouth (4-) Sault Ste. Marie defeated Owen Sound (4-) Erie defeated Saginaw (4-) London defeated Windsor (4-) CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS Oshawa defeated Peterborough (4-) North Bay defeated Barrie (4-) Guelph defeated London (4-) Erie defeated Sault Ste, Marie (4-) CONFERENCE FINALS North Bay defeated Oshawa (4-) Guelph defeated Erie (4-) OHL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Guelph defeated North Bay (4-) 86

87 -3 Regular Season Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE EAST DIVISION GP W L OTL SL PTS PCT GF GA Belleville Bulls Oshawa Generals Kingston Frontenacs Peterborough Petes Ottawa 67 s CENTRAL DIVISION Barrie Colts Brampton Battalion Sudbury Wolves Niagara IceDogs Mississauga Steelheads WESTERN CONFERENCE MIDWEST DIVISION GP W L OTL SL PTS PCT GF GA London Knights Owen Sound Attack Kitchener Rangers Guelph Storm Erie Otters WEST DIVISION Plymouth Whalers Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Sarnia Sting Saginaw Spirit Windsor Spitfires LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Vincent Trocheck, Plymouth Charles Sarault, Sarnia Nick Cousins, S.S. Marie Eric Locke, Saginaw Reid Boucher, Sarnia Ryan Strome, Niagara Garret Ross, Saginaw Kerby Rychel, Windsor Max Domi, London Boone Jenner, Oshawa PLAYOFF RESULTS CONFERENCE QUARTER-FINALS EASTERN CONFERENCE Belleville defeated Mississauga (4-) Barrie dfeated Kingston (4-) Oshawa defeated Niagara (4-) Sudbury defeated Brampton (4-) WESTERN CONFERENCE London defeated Saginaw (4-) Plymouth defeated Sarnia (4-) Owen Sound defeated Sault Ste. Marie (4-) Kitchener defeated Guelph (4-) CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS Belleville defeated Sudbury (4-) Barrie defeated Oshawa (4-) London defeated Kitchener (4-) Plymouth defeated Owen Sound (4-) CONFERENCE FINALS Barrie defeated Belleville (4-3) London defeated Plymouth (4-) OHL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES London defeated Barrie (4-3) 87

88 - Regular Season Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE EAST DIVISION GP W L OTL SL PTS PCT GF GA Ottawa 67 s Belleville Bulls Oshawa Generals Peterborough Petes Kingston Frontenacs CENTRAL DIVISION Niagara IceDogs Barrie Colts Brampton Battalion Sudbury Wolves Mississauga St. Michael s Majors WESTERN CONFERENCE MIDWEST DIVISION GP W L OTL SL PTS PCT GF GA London Knights Kitchener Rangers Owen Sound Attack Guelph Storm Erie Otters WEST DIVISION Plymouth Whalers Sarnia Sting Saginaw Spirit Windsor Spitfires Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Michael Sgarbossa, Sudbury Wolves Tyler Toffoli, Ottawa 67 s Tanner Pearson, Barrie Colts Shane Prince, Ottawa 67 s Andrew Agozzino, Niagara IceDogs Nick Cousins, Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Charles Sarault, Sarnia Sting Freddie Hamilton, Niagara IceDogs PLAYOFF RESULTS CONFERENCE QUARTER-FINALS Niagara defeated Oshawa (4-) Ottawa defeated Belleville (4-) Barrie defeated Mississauga (4-) Brampton defeated Sudbury (4-) London defeated Windsor (4-) Plymouth defeated Guelph (4-) Kitchener defeated Owen Sound (4-) Saginaw defeated Sarnia (4-) CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS Niagara defeated Brampton (4-) Ottawa defeated Barrie (4-3) London defeated Saginaw (4-) Kitchener defeated Plymouth (4-3) CONFERENCE FINALS Niagara defeated Ottawa (4-) London defeated Kitchener (4-) OHL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES London defeated Niagara (4-) 88

89 - Regular Season Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE EAST DIVISION GP W L OTL SL PTS PCT GF GA Ottawa 67 s Oshawa Generals Kingston Frontenacs Belleville Bulls Peterborough Petes CENTRAL DIVISION Mississauga St. Michaels Majors Niagara IceDogs Brampton Battalion Sudbury Wolves Barrie Colts WESTERN CONFERENCE MIDWEST DIVISION GP W L OTL SL PTS PCT GF GA Owen Sound Attack Kitchener Rangers Erie Otters Guelph Storm London Knights WEST DIVISION Saginaw Spirit Windsor Spitfires Plymouth Whalers Sarnia Sting Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Tyler Toffoli, Ottawa 67 s Jason Akeson, Kitchener Rangers Ryan Strome, Niagara IceDogs *Nail Yakupov, Sarnia Sting Ryan Ellis, Windsor Spitfires Christian Thomas, Oshawa Generals Taylor Beck, Guelph Storm Greg McKegg, Erie Otters Michael Latta, Guelph Storm PLAYOFF RESULTS CONFERENCE QUARTER-FINALS EASTERN CONFERENCE Mississauga defeated Belleville (4-) Sudbury defeated Ottawa (4-) Niagara defeated Brampton (4-) Oshawa defeated Kingston (4-) WESTERN CONFERENCE Owen Sound defeated London (4-) Saginaw defeated Guelph (4-) Plymouth defeated Kitchener (4-3) Windsor defeated Erie (4-3) CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS Mississauga defeated Sudbury (4-) Niagara defeated Oshawa (4-) Owen Sound defeated Plymouth (4-) Windsor defeated Saginaw (4-) ROGERS OHL CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS Mississauga defeated Niagara (4-) Owen Sound defeated Windsor (4-) ROGERS OHL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Owen Sound defeated Mississauga (4-3) 89

90 9- Regular Season Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE EAST DIVISION GP W L OTL SL PTS PCT GF GA Ottawa 67 s Kingston Frontenacs Peterborough Petes Oshawa Generals Belleville Bulls CENTRAL DIVISION Barrie Colts Mississauga St. Michael s Majors Brampton Battalion Niagara IceDogs Sudbury Wolves WESTERN CONFERENCE MIDWEST DIVISION GP W L OTL SL PTS PCT GF GA London Knights Kitchener Rangers Guelph Storm Erie Otters Owen Sound Attack WEST DIVISION Windsor Spitfires Plymouth Whalers Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Saginaw Spirit Sarnia Sting LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Tyler Seguin, Plymouth Whalers Taylor Hall, Windsor Spitfires Luke Pither, Barrie Colts Taylor Beck, Guelph Storm Nazem Kadri, London Knights Zack Torquato, Erie Otters Jeff Skinner, Kitchener Rangers Chris MacKinnon, Kitchener Rangers Jordan Skellett, Saginaw Spirit Mike Cazzola, Erie Otters PLAYOFF RESULTS CONFERENCE QUARTER-FINALS Barrie defeated Sudbury (4-) Ottawa defeated Niagara (4-) Mississauga defeated Peterborough (4-) Brampton defeated Kingston (4-3) Windsor defeated Erie (4-) London defeated Guelph (4-) Kitchener defeated Saginaw (4-) Plymouth defeated S.S. Marie (4-) CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS Barrie defeated Brampton (4-) Mississauga defeated Ottawa (4-3) Windsor defeated Plymouth (4-) Kitchener defeated London (4-3) ROGERS OHL CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS Barrie defeated Mississauga (4-) Windsor defeated Kitchener (4-3) ROGERS OHL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Windsor defeated Barrie (4-) 9

91 8-9 Regular Season Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE EAST DIVISION GP W L OTL SL PTS GF GA Belleville Bulls Ottawa 67 s Peterborough Petes Oshawa Generals Kingston Frontenacs CENTRAL DIVISION Brampton Battalion Mississauga St. Michael s Majors Barrie Colts Niagara IceDogs Sudbury Wolves WESTERN CONFERENCE MIDWEST DIVISION GP W L OTL SL PTS GF GA London Knights Guelph Storm Erie Otters Owen Sound Attack Kitchener Rangers WEST DIVISION Windsor Spitfires Saginaw Spirit Plymouth Whalers Sarnia Sting Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM John Tavares, London Chris Terry, Plymouth Justin DiBenedetto, Sarnia Cody Hodgson, Brampton Matt Caria, Plymouth Taylor Hall, Windsor Ryan Ellis, Windsor Eric Tangradi, Belleville Logan Couture, Ottawa Chris MacKinnon, Kitchener PLAYOFF RESULTS CONFERENCE QUARTER-FINALS Belleville defeated Sudbury (4-) Brampton defeated Peterborough (4-) Niagara defeated Ottawa (4-3) Mississauga defeated Barrie (4-) Windsor defeated Owen Sound (4-) London defeated Erie (4-) Saginaw defeated Guelph (4-) Plymouth defeated Sarnia (4-) CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS Belleville defeated Niagara (4-) Brampton defeated Mississauga (4-) Windsor defeated Plymouth (4-) London defeated Saginaw (4-) ROGERS OHL CONFERENCE FINALS Brampton defeated Belleville (4-) Windsor defeated London (4-) ROGERS OHL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Windsor defeated Brampton (4-) 9

92 7-8 Regular Season Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE EAST DIVISION GP W L OTL SL PTS PCT GF GA Belleville Bulls Oshawa Generals Ottawa 67 s Peterborough Petes Kingston Frontenacs CENTRAL DIVISION Brampton Battalion Niagara IceDogs Mississauga St. Michael s Majors Barrie Colts Sudbury Wolves WESTERN CONFERENCE MIDWEST DIVISION GP W L OTL SL PTS PCT GF GA Kitchener Rangers London Knights Guelph Storm Owen Sound Attack Erie Otters WEST DIVISION Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Windsor Spitfires Sarnia Sting Saginaw Spirit Plymouth Whalers LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Justin Azevedo, Kitchener Rangers Brett MacLean, Oshawa Generals John Tavares, Oshawa Generals Luca Caputi, Niagara IceDogs Steven Stamkos, Sarnia Sting Chris Terry, Plymouth Whalers Jack Combs, Saginaw Spirit Michael Swift, Niagara IceDogs Dustin Jeffrey, Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Joshua Bailey, Windsor Spitfires PLAYOFF RESULTS CONFERENCE QUARTER-FINALS Belleville defeated Peterborough (4-) Barrie defeated Brampton (4-) Oshawa defeated Ottawa (4-) Niagara defeated Mississauga (4-) Kitchener defeated Plymouth (4-) Sault Ste. Marie defeated Saginaw (4-) Sarnia defeated Windsor (4-) Guelph defeated London (4-) CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS Belleville defeated Barrie (4-) Oshawa defeated Niagara (4-) Kitchener defeated Sarnia (4-) Sault Ste. Marie defeated Guelph (4-) ROGERS OHL CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS Belleville defeated Oshawa (4-) Kitchener defeated Sault Ste. Marie (4-) ROGERS OHL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Kitchener defeated Belleville (4-3) 9

93 6-7 Regular Season Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE EAST DIVISION GP W L OTL SL GF GA PTS Belleville Bulls Oshawa Generals Kingston Frontenacs Ottawa 67 s Peterborough Petes CENTRAL DIVISION Barrie Colts Mississauga IceDogs Sudbury Wolves Brampton Battalion Toronto St. Michael s Majors WESTERN CONFERENCE MIDWEST DIVISION GP W L OTL SL GF GA PTS London Knights Kitchener Rangers Guelph Storm Owen Sound Attack Erie Otters WEST DIVISION Plymouth Whalers Saginaw Spirit Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Sarnia Sting Windsor Spitfires LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Patrick Kane, London * John Tavares, Oshawa Sergei Kostitsyn, London Tyler Donati, Belleville Sam Gagner, London * Bryan Little, Barrie Evan Brophey, Plymouth Bobby Ryan, Owen Sound Brett MacLean, Oshawa Bobby Hughes, Kingston PLAYOFF RESULTS CONFERENCE QUARTER-FINALS Barrie defeated Brampton (4-) Belleville defeated Ottawa (4-) Sudbury defeated Mississauga (4-) Oshawa defeated Kingston (4-) London defeated Owen Sound (4-) Plymouth defeated Guelph (4-) Kitchener defeated Sarnia (4-) Sault Ste. Marie defeated Saginaw (4-) CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS Sudbury defeated Barrie (4-) Belleville defeated Oshawa (4-) London defeated Sault Ste. Marie (4-3) Plymouth defeated Kitchener (4-) CONFERENCE FINALS Sudbury defeated Belleville (4-) Plymouth defeated London (4-) OHL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Plymouth defeated Sudbury (4-) 93

94 5-6 Regular Season Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE EAST DIVISION GP W L OTL SL GF GA PTS Peterborough Petes Kingston Frontenacs Belleville Bulls Ottawa 67 s Oshawa Generals CENTRAL DIVISION Brampton Battalion Barrie Colts Sudbury Wolves Toronto St. Michael s Majors Mississauga IceDogs WESTERN CONFERENCE MIDWEST DIVISION GP W L OTL SL GF GA PTS London Knights Kitchener Rangers Guelph Storm Owen Sound Attack Erie Otters WEST DIVISION Plymouth Whalers Saginaw Spirit Windsor Spitfires Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Sarnia Sting LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Rob Schremp, London David Bolland, London Wojtek Wolski, Brampton Dylan Hunter, London Evan McGrath, Kitchener Justin Donati, Toronto Bryan Little, Barrie Peter Tsimikalis, Oshawa Cal O Reilly, Windsor Bobby Ryan, Owen Sound PLAYOFF RESULTS CONFERENCE QUARTER-FINALS Peterborough defeated Ottawa (4-) Brampton defeated Belleville (4-) Barrie defeated Toronto (4-) Sudbury defeated Kingston (4-) London defeated Sault Ste. Marie (4-) Plymouth defeated Windsor (4-3) Owen Sound defeated Kitchener (4-) Guelph defeated Saginaw (4-) CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS Peterborough defeated Sudbury (4-) Barrie defeated Brampton (4-) London defeated Owen Sound (4-) Guelph defeated Plymouth (4-) CONFERENCE FINALS Peterborough defeated Barrie (4-) London defeated Guelph (4-) OHL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Peterborough defeated London (4-) 94

95 4-5 Regular Season Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE EAST DIVISION GP W L T OTL GF GA PTS Peterborough Petes Ottawa 67 s Belleville Bulls Kingston Frontenacs Oshawa Generals CENTRAL DIVISION Mississauga IceDogs Barrie Colts Brampton Battalion Sudbury Wolves Toronto St. Michael s Majors WESTERN CONFERENCE MIDWEST DIVISION GP W L T OTL GF GA PTS London Knights Owen Sound Attack Kitchener Rangers Erie Otters Guelph Storm WEST DIVISION Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Plymouth Whalers Windsor Spitfires Saginaw Spirit Sarnia Sting LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Corey Perry, London Dylan Hunter, London Brad Richardson, Owen Sound Rob Schremp, London Patrick O Sullivan, Mississauga Bobby Ryan, Owen Sound Evan McGrath, Kitchener Rob Hisey, Barrie/Erie David Bolland, London Liam Reddox, Peterborough Daniel Ryder, Peterborough PLAYOFF RESULTS CONFERENCE QUARTER-FINALS Toronto defeated Mississauga (4-) Peterborough defeated Belleville (4-) Ottawa defeated Barrie (4-) Sudbury defeated Brampton (4-) London defeated Guelph (4-) Windsor defeated Sault Ste. Marie (4-3) Owen Sound defeated Plymouth (4-) Kitchener defeated Erie (4-) CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS Peterborough defeated Toronto (4-) Ottawa defeated Sudbury (4-) London defeated Windsor (4-) Kitchener defeated Owen Sound (4-) CONFERENCE FINALS Ottawa defeated Peterborough (4-) London defeated Kitchener (4-) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES London defeated Ottawa (4-) 95

96 3-4 Regular Season Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE EAST DIVISION GP W L T OTL GF GA PTS Ottawa 67 s Kingston Frontenacs Oshawa Generals Peterborough Petes Belleville Bulls CENTRAL DIVISION Toronto St. Michael s Majors Mississauga IceDogs Barrie Colts Brampton Battalion Sudbury Wolves WESTERN CONFERENCE MIDWEST DIVISION GP W L T OTL GF GA PTS London Knights Guelph Storm Kitchener Rangers Owen Sound Attack Erie Otters WEST DIVISION Sarnia Sting Plymouth Whalers Windsor Spitfires Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Saginaw Spirit LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Corey Locke, OTT Corey Perry, LDN Martin St. Pierre, GUE Eric Himelfarb, KGN Dan Sisca, SAR Rob Hisey, ER Michael Richards, KIT Scott Sheppard, LDN Patrick O Sullivan, MIS John Mitchell, PLY PLAYOFF RESULTS CONFERENCE QUARTER-FINALS Toronto defeated Sudbury (4-3) Brampton defeated Ottawa (4-3) Mississauga defeated Oshawa (4-3) Barrie defeated Kingston (4-) London defeated Windsor (4-) Erie defeated Sarnia (4-) Guelph defeated Owen Sound (4-3) Plymouth defeated Kitchener (4-) CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS Toronto defeated Brampton (4-) Mississauga defeated Barrie (4-3) London defeated Erie (4-) Guelph defeated Plymouth (4-) CONFERENCE FINALS Mississauga defeated Toronto (4-) Guelph defeated London (4-3) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Guelph defeated Mississauga (4-) 96

97 -3 Regular Season Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE EAST DIVISION GP W L T OTL GF GA PTS Ottawa 67 s Peterborough Petes Belleville Bulls Oshawa Generals Kingston Frontenacs CENTRAL DIVISION Brampton Battalion Toronto St. Michael s Majors Barrie Colts Mississauga IceDogs Sudbury Wolves WESTERN CONFERENCE MIDWEST DIVISION GP W L T OTL GF GA PTS Kitchener Rangers London Knights Guelph Storm Owen Sound Attack Erie Otters WEST DIVISION Plymouth Whalers Sarnia Sting Windsor Spitfires Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Saginaw Spirit LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Corey Locke, OTT Matt Foy, OTT Chad Larose, PLY Joey Tenute, SAR Kyle Wellwood, WSR Jamie Johnson, OSH Eric Staal, PBO Matthew Stajan, BELV Kris Newbury, SAR Brandon Nolan, OSH Ryan Ramsay, PLY PLAYOFF RESULTS CONFERENCE QUARTER-FINALS Ottawa defeated Mississauga (4-) Brampton defeated Barrie (4-) Oshawa defeated Peterborough (4-3) Toronto defeated Belleville (4-3) Kitchener defeated S.S. Marie (4-) Plymouth defeated Owen Sound (4-) Guelph defeated Sarnia (4-) London defeated Windsor (4-3) CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS Ottawa defeated Oshawa (4-) Toronto defeated Brampton (4-) Kitchener defeated Guelph (4-) Plymouth defeated London (4-3) CONFERENCE FINALS Ottawa defeated Toronto (4-3) Kitchener defeated Plymouth (4-3) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Kitchener defeated Ottawa (4-) 97

98 - Regular Season Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE EAST DIVISION GP W L T OTL GF GA PTS Belleville Bulls Ottawa 67 s Peterborough Petes Oshawa Generals Kingston Frontenacs CENTRAL DIVISION Toronto St. Michael s Majors Barrie Colts Sudbury Wolves North Bay Centennials Mississauga IceDogs WESTERN CONFERENCE WEST DIVISION GP W L T OTL GF GA PTS Plymouth Whalers Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Windsor Spitfires Sarnia Sting London Knights MIDWEST DIVISION Erie Otters Guelph Storm Kitchener Rangers Owen Sound Attack Brampton Battalion LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Robinson, Nathan, BELV Renzi, Mike, BELV Spezza, Jason, BELV Newbury, Kris, SAR Pecker, Cory, ER Jamieson, Dusty, SAR Bootland, Darryl, TOR Delisle, Miguel, OTT O Sullivan, Patrick, MIS * Stathopulos, Mike, LDN PLAYOFF RESULTS TIE-BREAKER North Bay 6, Kingston CONFERENCE QUARTER-FINALS Toronto defeated North Bay (4-) Belleville defeated Oshawa (4-) Barrie defeated Sudbury (4-) Ottawa defeated Peterborough (4-) London defeated Plymouth (4-) Erie defeated Sarnia (4-) Windsor defeated S.S. Marie (4-) Guelph defeated Kitchener (4-) CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS Toronto defeated Ottawa (4-3) Barrie defeated Bellevile (4-) Erie defeated London (4-) Windsor defeated Guelph (4-) CONFERENCE FINALS Barrie defeated Toronto (4-) Erie defeated Windsor (4-) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Erie defeated Barrie (4-) 98

99 - Regular Season Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE EAST DIVISION GP W L T RT GF GA PTS Belleville Bulls Ottawa 67 s Peterborough Petes Kingston Frontenacs Oshawa Generals CENTRAL DIVISION Sudbury Wolves Toronto St. Michael s Majors North Bay Centennials Barrie Colts Mississauga IceDogs WESTERN CONFERENCE WEST DIVISION GP W L T RT GF GA PTS Plymouth Whalers Windsor Spitfires Sarnia Sting London Knights Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds MIDWEST DIVISION Erie Otters Guelph Storm Brampton Battalion Owen Sound Attack Kitchener Rangers LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Wellwood, Kyle, BELV Spezza, Jason, WSR Radivojevic, Branko, BELV Rowe, Randy, BELV Boyes, Brad, ER MacKenzie, Derek, SBY Baird, Jason, ER Weiss, Stephen, PLY Ott, Steve, WSR Jaspers, Jason, SBY PLAYOFF RESULTS CONFERENCE QUARTER-FINALS Belleville defeated Kingston (4-) Sudbury defeated Barrie (4-) Toronto defeated Peterborough (4-3) Ottawa defeated North Bay (4-) Erie defeated London (4-) Plymouth defeated Sarnia (4-) Windsor defeated Owen Sound (4-) Brampton defeated Guelph (4-) CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS Ottawa defeated Belleville (4-) Toronto defeated Sudbury (4-3) Erie defeated Brampton (4-) Plymouth defeated Windsor (4-) CONFERENCE FINALS Ottawa defeated Toronto (4-) Plymouth defeated Erie (4-) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Ottawa defeated Plymouth (4-) 99

100 999- Regular Season Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE EAST DIVISION GP W L T RT GF GA PTS Ottawa 67 s Belleville Bulls Kingston Frontenacs Peterborough Petes Oshawa Generals CENTRAL DIVISION Barrie Colts Sudbury Wolves North Bay Centennials Toronto St. Michael s Majors Mississauga Ice Dogs WESTERN CONFERENCE MIDWEST DIVISION GP W L T RT GF GA PTS Erie Otters Kitchener Rangers Brampton Battalion Guelph Storm Owen Sound Platers WEST DIVISION Sarnia Sting Windsor Spitfires London Knights Plymouth Whalers Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Sheldon Keefe, BAR Norm Milley, SBY Jason Jaspers, SBY Denis Shvidki, BAR Michael Zigomanis, KGN Jonathan Cheechoo, BELV Raffi Torres, BRA Taylor Pyatt, SBY Mike Jefferson, BAR Brent Gauvreau, OSH Jonathan Schill, KGN Derek Roy, KIT * PLAYOFF RESULTS CONFERENCE QUARTER-FINALS Barrie defeated North Bay (4-) Ottawa defeated Oshawa (4-) Belleville defeated Peterborough (4-) Sudbury defeated Kingston (4-) Plymouth defeated Guelph (4-) Erie defeated Brampton (4-) S.S. Marie defeated Kitchener (4-) Windsor defeated Sarnia (4-3) CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS Barrie defeated Sudbury (4-3) Belleville defeated Ottawa (4-) Plymouth defeated Windsor (4-) S.S. Marie defeated Erie (4-3) CONFERENCE FINALS Barrie defeated Belleville (4-) Plymouth defeated S.S. Marie (4-) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Barrie defeated Plymouth (4-3)

101 Regular Season Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE EAST DIVISION GP W L T GF GA PTS Ottawa 67 s Belleville Bulls Oshawa Generals Peterborough Petes Kingston Frontenacs CENTRAL DIVISION Barrie Colts Sudbury Wolves North Bay Centennials Toronto St. Michael s Majors Mississauga Ice Dogs WESTERN CONFERENCE MIDWEST DIVISION GP W L T GF GA PTS Guelph Storm Owen Sound Platers Erie Otters Kitchener Rangers Brampton Battalion WEST DIVISION Plymouth Whalers Sarnia Sting London Knights Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Windsor Spitfires LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Peter Sarno, SAR Norm Milley, SBY Sheldon Keefe, BAR * Adam Colagiacomo, PLY Mike Fisher, SBY Daniel Tkaczuk, BAR Harold Druken, PLY Kevin Colley, OSH Justin Papineau, BELV Ivan Novoseltsev, SAR PLAYOFF RESULTS TIE BREAKER Windsor Kitchener CONFERENCE QUARTER-FINALS Guelph defeated Erie (4-) Owen Sound defeated S.S. Marie (4-) London defeated Sarnia (4-) Plymouth defeated Windsor (4-) Barrie defeated Kingston (4-) Ottawa defeated North Bay (4-) Belleville defeated Sudbury (4-) Oshawa defeated Peterborough (4-) CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS London defeated Plymouth (4-3) Owen Sound defeated Guelph (4-) Oshawa defeated Barrie (4-3) Belleville defeated Ottawa (4-) CONFERENCE FINALS London defeated Owen Sound (4-) Belleville defeated Oshawa (4-) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Belleville defeated London (4-3)

102 Regular Season Standings GP W L T GF GA PTS EAST DIVISION Ottawa 67 s Belleville Bulls Kingston Frontenacs Oshawa Generals Peterborough Petes Toronto St. Michael s Majors CENTRAL DIVISION Guelph Storm Barrie Colts Kitchener Rangers Owen Sound Platers Sudbury Wolves North Bay Centennials WEST DIVISION London Knights Plymouth Whalers Sarnia Sting Erie Otters Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Windsor Spitfires LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Peter Sarno, WSR Jeremy Adduono, SBY David Legwand, PLY * Maxim Spiridonov, LDN Colin Chaulk, KGN Rob Mailloux, KGN Jay Legault, LDN Jon Sim, SAR Justin Papineau, BELV Jeff Martin, WSR Mark Cadotte, LDN Chris Allen, KGN PLAYOFF RESULTS DIVISION QUARTER-FINALS Belleville defeated Peterborough (4-) Kingston defeated Oshawa (4-3) Sudbury defeated Barrie (4-) Owen Sound defeated Kitchener (4-) London defeated Erie (4-3) Plymouth defeated Sarnia (4-) SEMI-FINALS Guelph defeated Plymouth (4-) Ottawa defeated London (4-) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Guelph defeated Ottawa (4-) QUARTER FINALS Guelph defeated Sudbury (4-) Ottawa defeated Owen Sound (4-) London defeated Kingston (4-) Plymouth defeated Belleville (4-)

103 Regular Season Standings GP W L T GF GA PTS EAST DIVISION Ottawa 67 s Oshawa Generals Peterborough Petes Kingston Frontenacs Belleville Bulls North Bay Centennials CENTRAL DIVISION Kitchener Rangers Guelph Storm Barrie Colts Owen Sound Platers Erie Otters Sudbury Wolves WEST DIVISION Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Sarnia Sting Windsor Spitfires Detroit Whalers London Knights LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Marc Savard, OSH Joe Thornton, SSM Alyn McCauley, OTT Richard Uniacke, SSM Trevor Letowski, SAR Todd Norman, GUE Joe Seroski, SSM Jan Bulis, BAR Jon Sim, SAR Matt Cooke, WSR PLAYOFF RESULTS DIVISION QUARTER-FINALS Ottawa defeated Belleville (4-) Peterborough defeated Kingston (4-) Guelph defeated Erie (4-) Barrie defeated Owen Sound (4-) S.S. Marie defeated Detroit (4-) Sarnia defeated Windsor (4-) SEMI-FINALS Ottawa defeated Guelph (4-3) Oshawa defeated Kitchener (4-) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Oshawa defeated Ottawa (4-) QUARTER-FINALS Ottawa defeated Barrie (4-) Guelph defeated S.S. Marie (4-) Kitchener defeated Sarnia (4-3) Oshawa defeated Peterborough (4-) 3

104 Regular Season Standings GP W L T GF GA PTS EAST DIVISION Ottawa 67 s Peterborough Petes Belleville Bulls Oshawa Generals Kingston Frontenacs North Bay Centennials CENTRAL DIVISION Guelph Storm Kitchener Rangers Niagara Falls Thunder Owen Sound Platers Barrie Colts Sudbury Wolves WEST DIVISION Detroit Whalers Sarnia Sting Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Windsor Spitfires London Knights LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Aaron Brand, SAR Daniel Cleary, BELV Sean Haggerty, DET Trevor Gallant, NB Jon Sim, SAR Richard Uniacke, SSM Cameron Mann, PBO Trevor Letowski, SAR Lee Jinman, DET Rob Shearer, WSR PLAYOFF RESULTS DIVISION QUARTER-FINALS Peterborough defeated Kingston (4-) Belleville defeated Oshawa (4-) Kitchener defeated Barrie (4-3) Niagara Falls defeated Owen Sound (4-) Detroit defeated Windsor (4-3) Sarnia defeated S.S. Marie (4-) SEMI-FINALS Guelph defeated Belleville (4-) Peterborough defeated Detroit (4-) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Peterborough defeated Guelph (4-3) QUARTER-FINALS Guelph defeated Niagara Falls (4-) Detroit defeated Kitchener (4-) Belleville defeated Ottawa (4-) Peterborough defeated Sarnia (4-) 4

105 Regular Season Standings GP W L T GF GA PTS EAST DIVISION Kingston Frontenacs Oshawa Generals North Bay Centennials Belleville Bulls Peterborough Petes Ottawa 67 s CENTRAL DIVISION Guelph Storm Sudbury Wolves Owen Sound Platers Niagara Falls Thunder Kitchener Rangers WEST DIVISION Detroit Jr. Red Wings Windsor Spitfires Sarnia Sting London Knights Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Marc Savard, OSH David Ling, KGN Bill Bowler, WSR Jeff O Neill, GUE Darryl Lafrance, OSH Todd Bertuzzi, GUE Dave Roche, WSR Steve Washburn, OTT Vitali Yachmenev, NB Lee Jinman, NB PLAYOFF RESULTS DIVISION QUARTER-FINALS Peterborough defeated Oshawa (4-3) Belleville defeated North Bay (4-) Sudbury defeated Kitchener (4-) Owen Sound defeated Niagara Falls (4-) Detroit defeated London (4-) Windsor defeated Sarnia (4-) SEMI-FINALS Guelph defeated Belleville (4-) Detroit defeated Sudbury (4-3) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Detroit defeated Guelph (4-) QUARTER-FINALS Guelph defeated Owen Sound (4-) Detroit defeated Peterborough (4-) Belleville defeated Kingston (4-) Sudbury defeated Windsor (4-) 5

106 Regular Season Standings GP W L T GF GA PTS EMMS DIVISION Detroit Junior Red Wings Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Guelph Storm Owen Sound Platers Kitchener Rangers London Knights Windsor Spitfires Niagara Falls Thunder LEYDEN DIVISION North Bay Centennials Ottawa 67 s Sudbury Wolves Belleville Bulls Kingston Frontenacs Oshawa Generals Peterborough Petes Newmarket Royals LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Jason Allison, LDN Kevin Brown, DET Jeff O Neill, GUE Keli Corpse, KGN Bill Bowler, WSR Jamie Rivers, SBY Trevor Gallant, KIT Dave Gilmore, LDN Jason MacDonald, OS Sylvain Cloutier, GUE PLAYOFF RESULTS DIVISION QUARTER-FINAL Ottawa defeated Peterborough (4-3) Sudbury defeated Oshawa (4-) Belleville defeated Kingston (4-) S.S. Marie defeated Windsor (4-) Guelph defeated London (4-) Owen Sound defeated Kitchener (4-) SEMI-FINALS North Bay defeated Ottawa (4-) Detroit defeated S.S. Marie (4-) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES North Bay defeated Detroit (4-3) DIVISION SEMI-FINALS Detroit defeated Owen Sound (4-) S.S. Marie defeated Guelph (4-) North Bay defeated Belleville (4-) Ottawa defeated Sudbury (4-) 6

107 99-93 Regular Season Standings GP W L T GF GA PTS LEYDEN DIVISION Peterbough Petes Kingston Frontenacs Oshawa Generals Sudbury Wolves Newmarket Royals Belleville Bulls North Bay Centennials Ottawa 67 s EMMS DIVISION Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Detroit Jr. Red Wings London Knights Owen Sound Attack Niagara Falls Thunder Kitchener Rangers Guelph Storm Windsor Spitfires LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Andrew Brunette, OS Bob Wren, DET Kevin Brown, DET Pat Peake, DET Mike Harding, PBO Jason Dawe, PBO Bill Bowler, WSR Jim Brown, OS Jason Allison, LDN Jeff Bes, GUE PLAYOFF RESULTS SUPER SERIES * S.S. Marie defeated Peterborough (4-) FIRST ROUND Kingston defeated North Bay (4-) Oshawa defeated Belleville (4-3) Sudbury defeated Newmarket (4-3) Detroit defeated Guelph (4-) London defeated Kitchener (4-3) Owen Sound defeated Niagara Falls (4-) * Division champions met in a Super Series to determine the host of the Memorial Cup QUARTER-FINALS Peterborough defeated Sudbury (4-3) Kingston defeated Oshawa (4-) Detroit defeated London (4-) S.S. Marie defeated Owen Sound (4-) SEMI-FINALS S.S. Marie defeated Detroit (4-) Peterborough defeated Kingston (4-) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Peterborough defeated Sault Ste. Marie (4-) 7

108 99-9 Regular Season Standings GP W L T GF GA PTS LEYDEN DIVISION Peterbough Petes North Bay Centennials Cornwall Royals Sudbury Wolves Oshawa Generals Ottawa 67 s Belleville Bulls Kingston Frontenacs EMMS DIVISION Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Niagara Falls Thunder London Knights Kitchener Rangers Windsor Spitfires Owen Sound Platers Detroit Compuware Ambassadors Guelph Storm LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Todd Simon, NF Brett Seguin, OTT John Spoltore, NB Darren McCarty, BELV Chris Taylor, LDN Brent Gretzky, BELV Ralph Intranuovo, SSM Jake Grimes, BELV Colin Miller, SSM Jason Dawe, PBO PLAYOFF RESULTS FIRST ROUND North Bay defeated Belleville (4-) Ottawa defeated Cornwall (4-) Sudbury defeated Oshawa (4-3) London defeated Owen Sound (4-) Kitchener defeated Windsor (4-3) Niagara Falls defeated Detroit (4-3) SEMI-FINALS S.S. Marie defeated Niagara Falls (4-) North Bay defeated Peterborough (4-) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES S.S. Marie defeated North Bay (4-3) QUARTER-FINALS Peterborough defeated Ottawa (4-) North Bay defeated Sudbury (4-) Niagara Falls defeated London (4-) S.S. Marie defeated Kitchener (4-3) 8

109 99-9 Regular Season Standings GP W L T GF GA PTS LEYDEN DIVISION Oshawa Generals North Bay Centennials Belleville Bulls Ottawa 67 s Peterborough Petes Sudbury Wolves Cornwall Royals Kingston Frontenacs EMMS DIVISION Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Niagara Falls Thunder London Knights Windsor Spitfires Kitchener Rangers Hamilton Dukes Owen Sound Platers Detroit Compuware Ambassadors LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Eric Lindros, OSH Chris Taylor, LDN Todd Simon, NF Jason Winch, NF Rob Pearson, OSH Jason Firth, KIT Joey St. Aubin, KIT Brett Seguin, OTT Jason Cirone, WSR Jarrod Skalde, BELV PLAYOFF RESULTS FIRST ROUND Oshawa defeated Sudbury (4-) North Bay defeated Peterborough (4-) Ottawa defeated Belleville (4-) S.S. Marie defeated Hamilton (4-) Niagara Falls defeated Kitchener (4-) Windsor defeated London (4-3) SEMI-FINALS Oshawa defeated Ottawa (4-) S.S. Marie defeated Niagara Falls (4-) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES S.S. Marie defeated Oshawa (4-) QUARTER-FINALS Niagara Falls defeated Windsor (4-) Ottawa defeated North Bay (4-) 9

110 989-9 Regular Season Standings GP W L T GF GA PTS LEYDEN DIVISION Oshawa Generals Kingston Frontenacs Peterborough Petes Ottawa 67 s Belleville Bulls Cornwall Royals Hamilton Dukes EMMS DIVISION London Knights Kitchener Rangers Sudbury Wolves Owen Sound Platers North Bay Centennials Niagara Falls Thunder Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Windsor Spitfires LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Keith Primeau, NF Paul DiPietro, SBY Mike Ricci, PBO Owen Nolan, CORN Darcy Cahill, SBY Brett Seguin, OTT Gilbert Dionne, KIT Chris Taylor, LDN Iain Fraser, OSH Joey St. Aubin, KIT PLAYOFF RESULTS FIRST ROUND Oshawa defeated Cornwall (4-) Belleville defeated Kingston (4-3) Peterborough defeated Ottawa (4-) Niagara Falls defeated London (4-) Kitchener defeated North Bay (4-) Owen Sound defeated Sudbury (4-3) SEMI-FINALS Oshawa defeated Peterborough (4-) Kitchener defeated Niagara Falls (4-) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Oshawa defeated Kitchener (4-3) QUARTER-FINALS Niagara Falls defeated Owen Sound (4-) Peterborough defeated Belleville (4-)

111 Regular Season Standings GP W L T GF GA PTS LEYDEN DIVISION Peterborough Petes Oshawa Generals Toronto Marlboros Cornwall Royals Ottawa 67 s Belleville Bulls Kingston Raiders EMMS DIVISION Kitchener Rangers Niagara Falls Thunder London Knights Guelph Platers Windsor Spitfires North Bay Centennials Sudbury Wolves Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Bryan Fogarty, NF Stan Drulia, NF Andrew Cassels, OTT Steve Maltais, CORN Kevin Miehm, OSH Tim Taylor, LDN Rob Zamuner, GUE Keith Osborne, NF Jamie Leach, NF Mike Ricci, PBO PLAYOFF RESULTS FIRST ROUND Peterborough defeated Belleville (4-) Ottawa defeated Oshawa (4-) Cornwall defeated Toronto (4-) London defeated Guelph (4-3) Niagara Falls defeated Windsor (4-) North Bay defeated Kitchener (4-) SEMI-FINALS Niagara Falls defeated London (4-3) Peterborough defeated Cornwall (4-) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Peterborough defeated Niagara Falls (4-) QUARTER-FINALS Cornwall defeated Ottawa (4-) London defeated North Bay (4-3)

112 Regular Season Standings GP W L T GF GA PTS LEYDEN DIVISION Peterborough Petes Ottawa 67 s Cornwall Royals Belleville Bulls Oshawa Generals Toronto Marlboros Kingston Canadians EMMS DIVISION Windsor Spitfires London Knights Hamilton Steelhawks North Bay Centennials Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Kitchener Rangers Guelph Platers Sudbury Wolves LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Andrew Cassels, OTT Len Soccio, NB Kelly Cain, WSR Sean Williams, OSH Dave Rowbotham, OTT Stan Drulia, HAM Ron Goodall, LDN Larry Mitchell, CORN Mike Wolak, WSR Dan Currie, SSM PLAYOFF RESULTS FIRST ROUND Peterborough defeated Toronto (4-) Ottawa defeated Oshawa (4-3) Cornwall defeated Belleville (4-) Windsor defeated Kitchener (4-) London defeated S.S. Marie (4-) Hamilton defeated North Bay (4-) SEMI-FINALS Peterborough defeated Ottawa (4-) Windsor defeated Hamilton (4-) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Windsor defeated Peterborough (4-) QUARTER-FINALS Hamilton defeated London (4-) Ottawa defeated Cornwall (4-)

113 Regular Season Standings GP W L T GF GA PTS LEYDEN DIVISION Oshawa Generals Peterborough Petes Ottawa 67 s Kingston Canadians Belleville Bulls Cornwall Royals Toronto Marlboros EMMS DIVISION North Bay Centennials Hamilton Steelhawks Windsor Spitfires Kitchener Rangers Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Guelph Platers London Knights Sudbury Wolves LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Scott McCrory, OSH Dave McLlwain, NB Mike Richard, TOR Derek King, OSH Ron Goodall, KIT Jean-Marc MacKenzie, LDN Mario Chitaroni, SBY Keith Gretzky, HAM Adam Graves, WSR Lee Giffin, OSH PLAYOFF RESULTS SUPER SERIES Oshawa defeated North Bay (4-3) FIRST ROUND Ottawa defeated Cornwall (4-) Kingston defeated Belleville (4-) Hamilton defeated Guelph (4-) Windsor defeated S.S. Marie (4-) SEMI-FINALS Oshawa defeated Peterborough (4-) North Bay defeated Windsor (4-) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Oshawa defeated North Bay (4-3) QUARTER-FINALS North Bay defeated Kitchener (4-) Windsor defeated Hamilton (4-) Oshawa defeated Kingston (4-) Peterborough defeated Ottawa (4-) 3

114 Regular Season Standings GP W L T GF GA PTS LEYDEN DIVISION Peterborough Petes Oshawa Generals Belleville Bulls Kingston Canadians Cornwall Royals Toronto Marlboros Ottawa 67 s EMMS DIVISION North Bay Centennials Guelph Platers Kitchener Rangers Windsor Compuware Spitfires Sudbury Wolves London Knights Hamilton Steelhawks Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Ray Sheppard, CORN Scott McCrory, OSH Jason Lafreniere, BELV Ron Sanko, KIT Shawn Burr, KIT Jack MacKegian, TOR Craig Duncanson, CORN Gary McColgan, OSH Mike Stapleton, CORN Tim Armstrong, TOR PLAYOFF RESULTS FIRST ROUND Peterborough defeated Toronto (8 points to ) Belleville defeated Cornwall (9 points to 3) Kingston defeated Oshawa (8 points to 4) Guelph defeated Sudbury (8 points to ) Windsor defeated Kitchener (8 points to ) North Bay defeated London (9 points to ) SEMI-FINALS Belleville defeated Peterborough (9 points to 7) Guelph defeated Windsor (8 points to 4) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Guelph defeated Belleville (8 points to 4) ROUND ROBIN Guelph 8 points, Windsor 4 points, North Bay points Guelph and Windsor advance Peterborough 4 points, Belleville 4 points, Kingston points Peterborough and Belleville advance 4

115 Regular Season Standings GP W L T GF GA PTS LEYDEN DIVISION Peterborough Petes Belleville Bulls Toronto Marlboros Cornwall Royals Oshawa Generals Ottawa 67 s Kingston Canadians EMMS DIVISION Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds London Knights North Bay Centennials Hamilton Steelhawks Windsor Spitfires Kitchener Rangers Guelph Platers Sudbury Wolves LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Dave MacLean, BELV Wayne Groulx, SSM Steve Linesman, BELV Graeme Bonar, SSM Mark Teevens, PBO Mike Millar, HAM Scott Tottle, PBO Dave Lowry, LDN Don Biggs, OSH Mike Bukowski, CORN PLAYOFF RESULTS FIRST ROUND Peterborough defeated Ottawa (9 point to ) Belleville defeated Oshawa (8 points to ) Cornwall defeated Toronto (8 points to ) S.S. Marie defeated Kitchener (8 points to ) London defeated Windsor (8 points to ) Hamilton defeated North Bay (9 points to 7) SEMI-FINALS Peterborough defeated Belleville (9 points to ) S.S. Marie defeated Hamilton (9 points to ) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES S.S. Marie defeated Peterborough (9 points to 5) QUARTER-FINALS Belleville defeated Cornwall (6 points to ) Hamilton defeated London (6 points to ) 5

116 Regular Season Standings GP W L T GF GA PTS LEYDEN DIVISION Ottawa 67 s Toronto Marlboros Peterborough Petes Oshawa Generals Belleville Bulls Cornwall Royals Kingston Canadians EMMS DIVISION Kitchener Rangers Brantford Alexanders Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds London Knights North Bay Centennials Windsor Spitfires Guelph Platers Sudbury Wolves LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Tim Salmon, KGN Wayne Presley, KIT Wayne Groulx, SSM Peter Zezel, TOR David Gans, OSH Kevin Conway, KGN Doug Evans, PBO Scott Morrison, LDN Don McLaren, OTT Scott Tottie, PBO PLAYOFF RESULTS FIRST ROUND Peterborough defeated Cornwall (6 points to ) Oshawa defeated Belleville (6 points to ) S.S. Marie defeated Windsor (6 points to ) London defeated North Bay (6 points to ) QUARTER-FINALS Ottawa defeated Oshawa (8 points to ) Toronto defeated Peterborough (8 points to ) Kitchener defeated London (8 points to ) S.S. Marie defeated Brantford (8 points to 4) SEMI-FINALS Ottawa defeated Toronto (8 points to ) Kitchener defeated S.S. Marie (8 points to 6) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Ottawa defeated Kitchener (8 points to ) 6

117 98-83 Regular Season Standings GP W L T GF GA PTS LEYDEN DIVISION Ottawa 67 s Peterborough Petes Oshawa Generals Toronto Marlboros Cornwall Royals Belleville Bulls Kingston Canadians EMMS DIVISION Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Kitchener Rangers North Bay Centennials Brantford Alexanders London Knights Windsor Spitfires Sudbury Wolves Guelph Platers LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Doug Gilmour, CORN Ron Handy, KGN Dan Quinn, BELV John Tucker, KIT Ian MacInnis, CORN Keith Knight, KGN Wayne Groulx, SSM Steve Driscoll, CORN Kevin Conway, SSM John Ollson, OTT PLAYOFF RESULTS FIRST ROUND Oshawa defeated Belleville (7 points to ) Cornwall defeated Toronto (7 points to ) North Bay defeated Windsor (6 points to ) Brantford defeated London (6 points to ) QUARTER-FINALS S.S. Marie defeated Brantford (8 points to ) Kitchener defeated North Bay (8 points to ) Ottawa defeated Cornwall (8 points to ) Oshawa defeated Peterborough (8 points to ) SEMI-FINALS Oshawa defeated Ottawa (8 points to ) S.S. Marie defeated Kitchener (8 points to ) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Oshawa defeated S.S. Marie (9 points to 5) 7

118 98-8 Regular Season Standings GP W L T GF GA PTS LEYDEN DIVISION Ottawa 67 s Oshawa Generals Peterborough Petes Toronto Marlboros Kingston Canadians Cornwall Royals Belleville Bulls EMMS DIVISION Kitchener Rangers Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds London Knights Niagara Falls Flyers Brantford Alexanders Windsor Spitfires Sudbury Wolves LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Dave Simpson, LDN Jeff Vaive, OTT Moe Lemay, OTT Tony Tanti, OSH Mitch Lamoreaux, OSH Doug Gilmour, CORN Mario Simioni, TOR Chris McCauley, LDN Fred Perlini, TOR Claude Loiselle, WSR PLAYOFF RESULTS FIRST ROUND Peterborough defeated Kingston (6 points to ) Toronto defeated Cornwall (6 points to 4) Brantford defeated London (6 points to ) Windsor defeated Niagara Falls (6 points to 4) QUARTER-FINALS Kitchener defeated Windsor (8 points to ) S.S. Marie defeated Brantford (8 points to 6) Oshawa defeated Peterborough (8 points to ) Ottawa defeated Toronto (8 points to ) SEMI-FINALS Kitchener defeated S.S. Marie (9 points to 3) Ottawa defeated Oshawa (8 points to 6) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Kitchener defeated Ottawa (9 points to ) 8

119 98-8 Regular Season Standings GP W L T GF GA PTS LEYDEN DIVISION Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Ottawa 67 s Kingston Canadians Oshawa Generals Peterborough Petes Sudbury Wolves EMMS DIVISION Kitchener Rangers Brantford Alexanders Windsor Spitfires Niagara Falls Flyers Toronto Marlboros London Knights LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM John Goodwin, SSM Ernie Godden, WSR Bernie Nicholls, KGN Tony Tanti, OSH Steve Ludzik, NF Scott Howson, KGN Steve Larmer, NF Steve Gatzos, SSM Randy Cunneyworth, OTT Doug Shedden, SSM PLAYOFF RESULTS DIVISION QUARTER-FINAL Oshawa defeated Peterborough (3-) Niagara Falls defeated Toronto (3-) DIVISION SEMI-FINALS Kingston defeated Ottawa (9 points to 5) S.S. Marie defeated Oshawa (8 points to 4) Windsor defeated Brantford (8 points to 4) Kitchener defeated Niagara Falls (9 points to 5) DIVISION FINALS S.S. Marie defeated Kingston (9 points to 5) Kitchener defeated Windsor (9 points to ) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Kitchener defeated S.S. Marie (9 points to 3) 9

120 979-8 Regular Season Standings LEYDEN DIVISION GP W L T GF GA PTS Peterborough Petes Ottawa 67 s Oshawa Generals Kingston Canadians Sudbury Wolves Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds EMMS DIVISION Windsor Spitfires Toronto Marlboros Brantford Alexanders Niagara Falls Flyers London Knights Kitchener Rangers LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Jim Fox, OTT Yvan Joly, OTT Mike Bullard, BTFD Sean Simpson, OTT Kevin LaVallee, BTFD Blair Barnes, WSR Bob Crawford, OSH Greg Terrion, BTFD Wayne Thompson, LDN Steve Ludzik, NF PLAYOFF RESULTS FIRST ROUND Sudbury defeated Kingston (3-) Niagara Falls defeated London (3-) QUARTER-FINALS Ottawa defeated Oshawa (4-3) Peterborough defeated Sudbury (4-3) Regular Season Standings LEYDEN DIVISION GP W L T GF GA PTS Peterborough Petes Sudbury Wolves Oshawa Generals Ottawa 67 s Kingston Canadians Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds EMMS DIVISION Niagara Falls Flyers London Knights Windsor Spitfires Kitchener Rangers Toronto Marlboros Brantford Alexanders LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Mike Foligno, SBY Tom McCarthy, OSH Art Rutland, SSM Brian Gualazzi, SSM Paul Reinhart, KIT John Goodwin, SSM Dave MacQueen, SBY Gary Dillon, TOR Sean Simpson, OTT Blair Barnes, WSR PLAYOFF RESULTS FIRST ROUND Kitchener defeated Toronto (6 points to ) Kingston defeated Ottawa (6 points to ) QUARTER FINALS Sudbury defeated Oshawa (8 points to ) London defeated Windsor (9 game series) - Series protested both move on to round robin Brantford defeated Toronto (4-) Windsor defeated Niagara Falls (4-) SEMI-FINALS Peterborough defeated Ottawa (4-) Windsor defeated Brantford (4-3) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Peterborough defeated Windsor (4-) Niagara Falls defeated Kitchener (8 points to 6) Peterborough defeated Kingston (9 points to 5) ROUND ROBIN Niagara Falls defeated Windsor and London in round robin SEMI-FINAL Peterborough defeated Sudbury (8 points to ) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Peterborough defeated Niagara Falls (8 points to 6)

121 Regular Season Standings LEYDEN DIVISION GP W L T GF GA PTS Ottawa 67 s Peterborough Petes Oshawa Generals Kingston Canadians Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Sudbury Wolves EMMS DIVISION London Knights Windsor Spitfires Hamilton Fincups Kitchener Rangers Toronto Marlboros Niagara Falls Flyers LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Bobby Smith, OTT Wayne Gretzky, SSM Dino Ciccarelli, LDN Keith Acton, PBO Jim Fox, OTT Gerry Leroux, WSR Dan Lucas, SSM Jim MacRae, LDN Don Maloney, KIT PLAYOFF RESULTS FIRST ROUND Kitchener defeated Toronto (6 points to 4) S.S. Marie defeated Kingston (6 points to 4) QUARTER-FINALS Peterborough defeated Oshawa (9 points to 3) Hamilton defeated Windsor (9 points to 3) Ottawa defeated S.S. Marie (9 points to 7) London defeated Kitchener (8 points to ) SEMI-FINALS Hamilton defeated London (9 points to 5) Peterborough defeated Ottawa (9 points to 7) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Peterborough defeated Hamilton (8 points to 6) Regular Season Standings LEYDEN DIVISION GP W L T GF GA PTS Ottawa 67 s Sudbury Wolves Kingston Canadians Peterborough Petes Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Oshawa Generals EMMS DIVISION St. Catharines Fincups London Knights Toronto Marlboros Kitchener Rangers Windsor Spitfires Niagara Falls Flyers LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Dwight Foster, KIT Dale McCourt, STC Bobby Smith, OTT Tony McKegney, KGN Ken Linseman, KGN Keith Acton, PBO John Anderson, TOR Mike Keating, STC Ron Mason, PBO Rick Seiling, STC PLAYOFF RESULTS FIRST ROUND S.S. Marie defeated Peterborough (3-) Windsor defeated Kitchener (3-) QUARTER-FINALS Ottawa defeated S. S. Marie (4-, tie) Kingston defeated Sudbury (4-, tie) St. Catharines defeated Windsor (4-) London defeated Toronto (4-, tie) SEMI-FINALS Ottawa defeated Kingston (4-3, tie) London defeated St. Catharines (4-3, tie) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Ottawa defeated London (4-)

122 Regular Season Standings LEYDEN DIVISION GP W L T GF GA PTS Sudbury Wolves Ottawa 67 s Kingston Canadians Oshawa Generals Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Peterborough Petes EMMS DIVISION Hamilton Fincups London Knights Toronto Marlboros Kitchener Rangers St. Catharines Black Hawks Windsor Spitfires LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Mike Kaszycki, SSM Peter Lee, OTT Paul Gardner, OSH Dale McCourt, HAM John Tavella, SSM Rod Schutt, SBY Ron Duguay, SBY Vern Stenlund, LDN Larry Skinner, OTT Ken Linseman, KGN PLAYOFF RESULTS FIRST ROUND S.S. Marie defeated Oshawa (6 points to 4) Kitchener defeated St. Catharines (6 points to ) SEMI-FINALS Sudbury defeated Ottawa (8 points to ) Hamilton defeated Toronto (9 points to ) QUARTER-FINALS Sudbury defeated S.S. Marie (9 points to 5) Hamilton defeated Kitchener (8 points to ) Ottawa defeated Kingston (9 points to 5) Toronto defeated London (8 points to ) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Hamilton defeated Sudbury (8 points to ) Regular Season Standings GP W L T GF GA PTS Toronto Marlboros Peterborough Petes Hamilton Fincups Ottawa 67 s Sudbury Wolves St. Catharines Black Hawks Oshawa Generals Kingston Canadians London Knights Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Kitchener Rangers LEADING SCORERS GP G A PTS PIM Bruce Boudreau, TOR Tim Young, OTT Denis Maruk, LDN John Tonelli, TOR Doug Jarvis, PBO Mark Napier, TOR Peter Lee, OTT Dale McCourt, HAM Cary Farelli, SSM Paul Woods, SSM PLAYOFF RESULTS QUARTER-FINALS Toronto deafeated Kingston (9 points to 3) Peterborough defeated Oshawa (8 points to ) Hamilton defeated St. Catharines (8 points to ) Sudbury defeated Ottawa (8 points to 6) SEMI-FINALS Toronto defeated Sudbury (9 points to 7) Hamilton defeated Peterborough (8 points to 4) CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Toronto defeated Hamilton (8 points to 6)

123 Team Records, Year-by-Year BARRIE COLTS SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6-7 Barrie Colts th (Central) 5-6 Barrie Colts st (Central) 4-5 Barrie Colts st (Central) 3-4 Barrie Colts nd (Central) -3 Barrie Colts st (Central) - Barrie Colts nd (Central) - Barrie Colts th (Central) 9- Barrie Colts st (Central) 8-9 Barrie Colts rd (Central) 7-8 Barrie Colts th (Central) 6-7 Barrie Colts st (Central) 5-6 Barrie Colts nd (Central) 4-5 Barrie Colts nd (Central) 3-4 Barrie Colts rd (Central) -3 Barrie Colts rd (Central) - Barrie Colts nd (Central) - Barrie Colts th (Central) 999- Barrie Colts st (Central) Barrie Colts st (Central) Barrie Colts nd (Central) Barrie Colts rd (Central) Barrie Colts th (Central) Franchise Totals, ,733 5,54 4,84 Pct..58 ERIE OTTERS SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6 7 Erie Otters st Midwest 5 6 Erie Otters st Midwest 4 5 Erie Otters st Midwest 3 4 Erie Otters nd Midwest 3 Erie Otters th Midwest Erie Otters th Midwest Erie Otters rd Midwest 9 Erie Otters th Midwest 8 9 Erie Otters rd Midwest 7 8 Erie Otters th Midwest 6 7 Erie Otters th Midwest 5 6 Erie Otters th Midwest 4 5 Erie Otters th Midwest 3 4 Erie Otters th Midwest 3 Erie Otters th Midwest Erie Otters st Midwest Erie Otters st Midwest 999 Erie Otters st Midwest Erie Otters rd Midwest Erie Otters th West Erie Otters th Central Niagara Falls Thunder rd Central Niagara Falls Thunder th Central Niagara Falls Thunder th Emms Niagara Falls Thunder th Emms 99 9 Niagara Falls Thunder nd Emms 99 9 Niagara Falls Thunder nd Emms Niagara Falls Thunder th Emms Niagara Falls Thunder nd Emms Hamilton Steelhawks rd Emms Hamilton Steelhawks nd Emms Hamilton Steelhawks th Emms Hamilton Steelhawks th Emms Brantford Alexanders nd Emms Brantford Alexanders th Emms 98 8 Brantford Alexanders th Emms 98 8 Brantford Alexanders nd Emms Brantford Alexanders rd Emms Brantford Alexanders th Emms Hamilton Fincups rd Emms Hamilton Fincups st Emms Hamilton Fincups st Emms Hamilton Fincups rd OMJHL Hamilton Red Wings th OHA 3

124 97-73 Hamilton Red Wings th OHA 97-7 Hamilton Red Wings th OHA 97-7 Hamilton Red Wings th OHA Hamilton Red Wings th OHA Hamilton Red Wings th OHA Hamilton Red Wings rd OHA Hamilton Red Wings th OHA Hamilton Red Wings th OHA Hamilton Red Wings th OHA Hamilton Red Wings th OHA Hamilton Red Wings th OHA 96-6 Hamilton Red Wings nd OHA 96-6 Hamilton Red Wings rd OHA Hamilton Tiger Cubs th OHA Hamilton Tiger Cubs th OHA Hamilton Tiger Cubs nd OHA Hamilton Tiger Cubs th OHA Hamilton Tiger Cubs th OHA Hamilton Tiger Cubs th OHA Hamilton Tiger Cubs rd OHA Windsor Spitfires th OHA 95 5 Windsor Spitfires th OHA 95 5 Windsor Spitfires th OHA Windsor Spitfires nd OHA Windsor Spitfires st OHA Windsor Spitfires st OHA Windsor Spitfires th OHA Franchise Totals 4,367,987, ,358 7,655 7,853 Pct..499 FLINT FIREBIRDS SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6 7 Flint Firebirds th West 5 6 Flint Firebirds th West 4 5 Plymouth Whalers th West 3 4 Plymouth Whalers th West 3 Plymouth Whalers st West Plymouth Whalers st West Plymouth Whalers rd West 9 Plymouth Whalers nd West 8 9 Plymouth Whalers nd West 7 8 Plymouth Whalers th West 6 7 Plymouth Whalers st West 5 6 Plymouth Whalers st West 4 5 Plymouth Whalers nd West 3 4 Plymouth Whalers nd West 3 Plymouth Whalers st West Plymouth Whalers st West Plymouth Whalers st West 999 Plymouth Whalers st West Plymouth Whalers st West Plymouth Whalers nd Western Detroit Whalers th Western Detroit Whalers st Western Detroit Jr. Red Wings st Western Detroit Jr. Red Wings st Emms Detroit Jr. Red Wings nd Emms 99 9 Detroit Compuware Ambassadors th Emms 99 9 Detroit Compuware Ambassadors th Emms Franchise Totals, , 6,86 6,4 Pct..577 GUELPH STORM SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6 7 Guelph Storm th Midwest 5 6 Guelph Storm th Midwest 4 5 Guelph Storm rd Midwest 3 4 Guelph Storm st Midwest 3 Guelph Storm th Midwest Guelph Storm th Midwest Guelph Storm th Midwest 9 Guelph Storm rd Midwest 8 9 Guelph Storm nd Midwest 7 8 Guelph Storm rd Midwest 6 7 Guelph Storm rd Midwest 5 6 Guelph Storm rd Midwest 4 5 Guelph Storm th Midwest 4

125 3 4 Guelph Storm nd Midwest 3 Guelph Storm rd Midwest Guelph Storm nd Midwest Guelph Storm nd Midwest 999 Guelph Storm th Midwest Guelph Storm st Midwest Guelph Storm st Central Guelph Storm nd Central Guelph Storm st Central Guelph Storm st Central Guelph Storm rd Emms Guelph Storm th Emms 99 9 Guelph Storm th Emms 99 9 Dukes of Hamilton th Emms Dukes of Hamilton th Leyden Toronto Marlboros rd, Leyden Toronto Marlboros th, Leyden Toronto Marlboros th, Leyden Toronto Marlboros th, Leyden Toronto Marlboros rd, Leyden Toronto Marlboros nd, Leyden Toronto Marlboros th, Leyden 98 8 Toronto Marlboros th, Leyden 98 8 Toronto Marlboros th, Emms Toronto Marlboros nd, Emms Toronto Marlboros th, Emms Toronto Marlboros th, Emms Toronto Marlboros rd, Emms Toronto Marlboros rd, Emms Toronto Marlboros st, OMJHL Toronto Marlboros th, OHA Toronto Marlboros st, OHA 97 7 Toronto Marlboros st, OHA 97 7 Toronto Marlboros th, OHA Toronto Marlboros th, OHA Toronto Marlboros th, OHA Toronto Marlboros th, OHA Toronto Marlboros rd, OHA Toronto Marlboros th, OHA Toronto Marlboros nd, OHA Toronto Marlboros st, OHA Toronto Marlboros nd, Metro Jr 96 6 Toronto Marlboros nd, Metro Jr 96 6 Toronto Marlboros th, OHA Toronto Marlboros st, OHA Toronto Marlboros th, OHA Toronto Marlboros th, OHA Toronto Marlboros nd, OHA Toronto Marlboros th, OHA Toronto Marlboros rd, OHA Toronto Marlboros nd, OHA Toronto Marlboros nd, OHA 95 5 Toronto Marlboros st, OHA 95 5 Toronto Marlboros nd, OHA Toronto Marlboros st, OHA Toronto Marlboros th, OHA Toronto Marlboros th, OHA Toronto Marlboros th, OHA Toronto Marlboros th, OHA Toronto Marlboros th, OHA Toronto Marlboros th, Group Toronto Marlboros th, OHA 94 4 Toronto Marlboros th, OHA 94 4 Toronto Marlboros st, OHA Toronto Marlboros nd, OHA Toronto Marlboros rd, Group Toronto Marlboros st, OHA Franchise Totals 4,57,43, ,9 8,94 7,63 Pct..545 HAMILTON BULLDOGS SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6 7 Hamilton Bulldogs th East 5 6 Hamilton Bulldogs th East 4 5 Belleville Bulls th East 3 4 Belleville Bulls th East 5

126 3 Belleville Bulls st East Belleville Bulls nd East Belleville Bulls th East 9 Belleville Bulls th East 8 9 Belleville Bulls st East 7 8 Belleville Bulls st East 6 7 Belleville Bulls st East 5 6 Belleville Bulls rd East 4 5 Belleville Bulls rd East 3 4 Belleville Bulls th East 3 Belleville Bulls rd East Belleville Bulls st East Belleville Bulls st East 999 Belleville Bulls nd East Belleville Bulls nd East Belleville Bulls nd Eastern Belleville Bulls th Eastern Belleville Bulls rd Eastern Belleville Bulls th Eastern Belleville Bulls th Leyden Belleville Bulls th Leyden 99 9 Belleville Bulls th Leyden 99 9 Belleville Bulls rd Leyden Belleville Bulls th Leyden Belleville Bulls th Leyden Belleville Bulls th Leyden Belleville Bulls th Leyden Belleville Bulls nd Leyden Belleville Bulls nd Leyden Belleville Bulls th Leyden Belleville Bulls th Leyden 98 8 Belleville Bulls th Leyden Franchise Totals,44,69, ,534 9,57 9,48 Pct..53 KINGSTON FRONTENACS SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6 7 Kingston Frontenacs rd in East 5 6 Kingston Frontenacs st in East 4 5 Kingston Frontenacs rd in East 3 4 Kingston Frontenacs rd in East 3 Kingston Frontenacs rd in East Kingston Frontenacs th in East Kingston Frontenacs rd in East 9 Kingston Frontenacs nd in East 8 9 Kingston Frontenacs th in East 7 8 Kingston Frontenacs th in East 6 7 Kingston Frontenacs rd in East 5 6 Kingston Frontenacs nd in East 4 5 Kingston Frontenacs th in East 3 4 Kingston Frontenacs nd in East 3 Kingston Frontenacs th in East Kingston Frontenacs th in East Kingston Frontenacs th in East 999 Kingston Frontenacs rd in East Kingston Frontenacs th in East Kingston Frontenacs rd in Eastern Kingston Frontenacs th in Eastern Kingston Frontenacs th in Eastern Kingston Frontenacs st in Eastern Kingston Frontenacs th in Leyden Kingston Frontenacs nd in Leyden 99 9 Kingston Frontenacs th in Leyden 99 9 Kingston Frontenacs th in Leyden Kingston Frontenacs nd in Leyden Kingston Raiders th in Leyden Kingston Canadians th in Leyden Kingston Canadians th in Leyden Kingston Canadians th in Leyden Kingston Canadians th in Leyden Kingston Canadians th in Leyden Kingston Canadians th in Leyden 98 8 Kingston Canadians th in Leyden 98 8 Kingston Canadians rd in Leyden Kingston Canadians th in Leyden Kingston Canadians th in Leyden 6

127 Kingston Canadians th in Leyden Kingston Canadians rd in Leyden Kingston Canadians rd in Leyden Kingston Canadians th in OMJHL Kingston Canadians th in OHA Franchise Totals,968,59, ,79,579,667 Pct..47 KITCHENER RANGERS SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6 7 Kitchener Rangers th Midwest 5 6 Kitchener Rangers rd Midwest 4 5 Kitchener Rangers th Midwest 3 4 Kitchener Rangers th Midwest 3 Kitchener Rangers rd Midwest Kitchener Rangers nd Midwest Kitchener Rangers nd Midwest 9 Kitchener Rangers nd Midwest 8 9 Kitchener Rangers th Midwest 7 8 Kitchener Rangers st Midwest 6 7 Kitchener Rangers nd Midwest 5 6 Kitchener Rangers nd Midwest 4 5 Kitchener Rangers rd Midwest 3 4 Kitchener Rangers rd Midwest 3 Kitchener Rangers st Midwest Kitchener Rangers rd Midwest Kitchener Rangers th Midwest 999 Kitchener Rangers nd Midwest Kitchener Rangers th Midwest Kitchener Rangers rd Central Kitchener Rangers st Central Kitchener Rangers nd Central Kitchener Rangers th Central Kitchener Rangers th Emms Kitchener Rangers th Emms 99 9 Kitchener Rangers th Emms 99 9 Kitchener Rangers th Emms Kitchener Rangers nd Emms Kitchener Rangers st Emms Kitchener Rangers th Emms Kitchener Rangers th Emms Kitchener Rangers rd Emms Kitchener Rangers th Emms Kitchener Rangers st Emms Kitchener Rangers nd Emms 98 8 Kitchener Rangers st Emms 98 8 Kitchener Rangers st Emms Kitchener Rangers th Emms Kitchener Rangers th Emms Kitchener Rangers th Emms Kitchener Rangers th Emms Kitchener Rangers th Emms Kitchener Rangers th OMJHL Kitchener Rangers st OHA Kitchener Rangers th OHA 97 7 Kitchener Rangers th OHA 97 7 Kitchener Rangers th OHA Kitchener Rangers th OHA Kitchener Rangers th OHA Kitchener Rangers st OHA Kitchener Rangers st OHA Kitchener Rangers th OHA Kitchener Rangers th OHA Kitchener Rangers th OHA Guelph Royals th OHA 96-6 Guelph Royals th OHA 96-6 Guelph Royals st OHA Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters th OHA Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters rd OHA Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters th OHA Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters st OHA Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters rd OHA Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters nd OHA Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters th OHA Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters th OHA 95-5 Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters nd OHA 7

128 95-5 Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters rd OHA Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters th OHA Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters th OHA Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters th OHA 94-4 Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters rd OHA 94-4 Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters nd OHA Guelph Indians th OHA Guelph Indians nd Group Franchise Totals 4,46,7, ,648 8,7 7,73 Pct..57 LONDON KNIGHTS SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6 7 London Knights rd Midwest 5 6 London Knights nd Midwest 4 5 London Knights nd Midwest 3 4 London Knights rd Midwest 3 London Knights st Midwest London Knights st Midwest London Knights th Midwest 9 London Knights st Midwest 8 9 London Knights st Midwest 7 8 London Knights nd Midwest 6 7 London Knights st Midwest 5 6 London Knights st Midwest 4 5 London Knights st Midwest 3 4 London Knights st Midwest 3 London Knights nd Midwest London Knights th West London Knights th West 999 London Knights th West London Knights rd West London Knights st Western London Knights th Western London Knights th Western London Knights th Western London Knights th Emms London Knights rd Emms 99 9 London Knights rd Emms 99 9 London Knights rd Emms London Knights st Emms London Knights rd Emms London Knights nd Emms London Knights th Emms London Knights th Emms London Knights nd Emms London Knights th Emms London Knights th Emms 98 8 London Knights rd Emms 98 8 London Knights th Emms London Knights th Emms London Knights nd Emms London Knights st Emms London Knights nd Emms London Knights nd Emms London Knights th OHA London Knights th OHA London Knights th OHA 97 7 London Knights th OHA 97 7 London Knights th OHA London Knights th OHA London Knights th OHA London Nationals th OHA London Nationals th OHA London Nationals th OHA Franchise Totals 3,44,754, ,777 4,376 3,45 Pct..553 MISSISSAUGA STEELHEADS SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6-7 Mississauga Steelheads st (Central) 5-6 Mississauga Steelheads th (Central) 4-5 Mississauga Steelheads th (Central) 3-4 Mississauga Steelheads th (Central) -3 Mississauga Steelheads th (Central) - Mississauga St. Michael s Majors th (Central) - Mississauga St. Michael s Majors st (Central) 8

129 9- Mississauga St. Michael s Majors nd (Central) 8-9 Mississauga St. Michael s Majors nd (Central) 7-8 Mississauga St. Michael s Majors rd (Central) 6-7 Toronto St. Michael s Majors th (Central) 5-6 Toronto St. Michael s Majors th (Central) 4-5 Toronto St. Michael s Majors th (Central) 3-4 Toronto St. Michael s Majors st (Central) -3 Toronto St. Michael s Majors nd (Central) - Toronto St. Michael s Majors st (Central) - Toronto St. Michael s Majors nd (Central) 999- Toronto St. Michael s Majors th (Central) Toronto St. Michael s Majors th (Central) Toronto St. Michael s Majors th (Eastern) Franchise Totals, ,383 4,3 4,656 Pct..59 NIAGARA ICEDOGS SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6 7 Niagara IceDogs rd Central 5 6 Niagara IceDogs rd Central 4 5 Niagara IceDogs rd Central 3 4 Niagara IceDogs th Central 3 Niagara IceDogs th Central Niagara IceDogs st Central Niagara IceDogs nd Central 9 Niagara IceDogs th Central 8 9 Niagara IceDogs th Central 7 8 Niagara IceDogs nd Central 6 7 Mississauga IceDogs nd Central 5 6 Mississauga IceDogs th Central 4 5 Mississauga IceDogs st Central 3 4 Mississauga IceDogs nd Central 3 Mississauga IceDogs th Central Mississauga IceDogs th Central Mississauga IceDogs th Central 999 Mississauga IceDogs th Central Mississauga IceDogs th Central Franchise Totals, ,8 4, 4,95 Pct..457 NORTH BAY BATTALION SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6-7 North Bay Battalion th (Central) 5-6 North Bay Battalion nd (Central) 4-5 North Bay Battalion nd (Central) 3-4 North Bay Battalion st (Central) -3 Brampton Battalion nd (Central) - Brampton Battalion rd (Central) - Brampton Battalion rd (Central) 9- Brampton Battalion rd (Central) 8-9 Brampton Battalion st (Central) 7-8 Brampton Battalion st (Central) 6-7 Brampton Battalion th (Central) 5-6 Brampton Battalion st (Central) 4-5 Brampton Battalion rd (Central) 3-4 Brampton Battalion th (Central) -3 Brampton Battalion st (Central) - Brampton Battalion th (Midwest) - Brampton Battalion rd (Midwest) 999- Brampton Battalion rd (Midwest) Brampton Battalion th (Midwest) Franchise Totals, ,36 4,45 4,93 Pct..57 OSHAWA GENERALS SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6-7 Oshawa Generals nd East 5-6 Oshawa Generals th East 4-5 Oshawa Generals st East 3-4 Oshawa Generals st East 3 Oshawa Generals nd East Oshawa Generals th East Oshawa Generals nd East 9 Oshawa Generals th East 8 9 Oshawa Generals th East 7 8 Oshawa Generals nd East 6 7 Oshawa Generals nd East 5 6 Oshawa Generals th East 9

130 4 5 Oshawa Generals th East 3 4 Oshawa Generals rd East 3 Oshawa Generals th East Oshawa Generals th East Oshawa Generals th East 999 Oshawa Generals th East Oshawa Generals rd East Oshawa Generals th East Oshawa Generals nd East Oshawa Generals th East Oshawa Generals nd East Oshawa Generals th Leyden Oshawa Generals rd Leyden 99 9 Oshawa Generals th Leyden 99 9 Oshawa Generals st Leyden Oshawa Generals st Leyden Oshawa Generals nd Leyden Oshawa Generals th Leyden Oshawa Generals st Leyden Oshawa Generals nd Leyden Oshawa Generals th Leyden Oshawa Generals th Leyden Oshawa Generals rd Leyden 98 8 Oshawa Generals nd Leyden 98 8 Oshawa Generals th Leyden Oshawa Generals rd Leyden Oshawa Generals rd Leyden Oshawa Generals rd Leyden Oshawa Generals th Leyden Oshawa Generals th Leyden Oshawa Generals th OMJHL Oshawa Generals th OHA Oshawa Generals th OHA 97 7 Oshawa Generals nd OHA 97 7 Oshawa Generals th OHA Oshawa Generals th OHA Oshawa Generals th OHA Oshawa Generals th OHA Oshawa Generals th OHA Oshawa Generals th OHA Oshawa Generals th OHA Oshawa Generals th OHA Oshawa Generals th Metro JrA to Did not operate Oshawa Generals th OHA 95 5 Oshawa Generals th OHA 95 5 Oshawa Generals th OHA Oshawa Generals th OHA Oshawa Generals rd OHA Oshawa Generals nd OHA Oshawa Generals nd OHA Oshawa Generals rd OHA Oshawa Generals th OHA Oshawa Generals st Group Oshawa Generals st OHA 94 4 Oshawa Generals nd OHA 94 4 Oshawa Generals nd OHA Oshawa Generals st OHA Oshawa Generals st Group Oshawa Generals nd OHA Franchise Totals 4,78,96, ,36 6,844 6,359 Pct..58 OTTAWA 67 S SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6 7 Ottawa 67 s th East 5 6 Ottawa 67 s nd East 4 5 Ottawa 67 s nd East 3 4 Ottawa 67 s th East 3 Ottawa 67 s th East Ottawa 67 s st East Ottawa 67 s st East 9 Ottawa 67 s st East 8 9 Ottawa 67 s nd East 7 8 Ottawa 67 s rd East 6 7 Ottawa 67 s th East 3

131 5 6 Ottawa 67 s th East 4 5 Ottawa 67 s nd East 3 4 Ottawa 67 s st East 3 Ottawa 67 s st East Ottawa 67 s nd East Ottawa 67 s nd East 999 Ottawa 67 s st East Ottawa 67 s st East Ottawa 67 s st Eastern Ottawa 67 s st Eastern Ottawa 67 s st Eastern Ottawa 67 s th Eastern Ottawa 67 s nd Leyden Ottawa 67 s th Leyden 99 9 Ottawa 67 s th Leyden 99 9 Ottawa 67 s th Leyden Ottawa 67 s th Leyden Ottawa 67 s th Leyden Ottawa 67 s nd Leyden Ottawa 67 s rd Leyden Ottawa 67 s th Leyden Ottawa 67 s th Leyden Ottawa 67 s st Leyden Ottawa 67 s st Leyden 98 8 Ottawa 67 s st Leyden 98 8 Ottawa 67 s nd Leyden Ottawa 67 s nd Leyden Ottawa 67 s th Leyden Ottawa 67 s st Leyden Ottawa 67 s st Leyden Ottawa 67 s nd Leyden Ottawa 67 s th OMJHL Ottawa 67 s th OHA Ottawa 67 s rd OHA 97 7 Ottawa 67 s th OHA 97 7 Ottawa 67 s rd OHA Ottawa 67 s th OHA Ottawa 67 s th OHA Ottawa 67 s th OHA Franchise Totals 3,38,7, ,7 4,3,78 Pct..558 OWEN SOUND ATTACK SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6 7 Owen Sound Attack nd Midwest 5 6 Owen Sound Attack th Midwest 4 5 Owen Sound Attack th Midwest 3 4 Owen Sound Attack th Midwest 3 Owen Sound Attack nd Midwest Owen Sound Attack rd Midwest Owen Sound Attack st Midwest 9 Owen Sound Attack th Midwest 8 9 Owen Sound Attack th Midwest 7 8 Owen Sound Attack th Midwest 6 7 Owen Sound Attack th Midwest 5 6 Owen Sound Attack th Midwest 4 5 Owen Sound Attack nd Midwest 3 4 Owen Sound Attack th Midwest 3 Owen Sound Attack th Midwest Owen Sound Attack th Midwest Owen Sound Attack th Midwest 999 Owen Sound Platers th Midwest Owen Sound Platers nd Midwest Owen Sound Platers th Central Owen Sound Platers th Central Owen Sound Platers th Central Owen Sound Platers rd Central Owen Sound Platers th Emms Owen Sound Platers th Emms 99 9 Owen Sound Platers th Emms 99 9 Owen Sound Platers th Emms Owen Sound Platers th Emms Guelph Platers th Emms Guelph Platers th Emms Guelph Platers th Emms Guelph Platers nd Emms 3

132 Guelph Platers th Emms Guelph Platers th Emms Guelph Platers th Emms Franchise Totals,356,4, ,6 8,773 9,69 Pct..48 PETERBOROUGH PETES SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6 7 Peterborough Petes st East 5 6 Peterborough Petes rd East 4 5 Peterborough Petes th East 3 4 Peterborough Petes rd East 3 Peterborough Petes th East Peterborough Petes th East Peterborough Petes th East 9 Peterborough Petes rd East 8 9 Peterborough Petes rd East 7 8 Peterborough Petes th East 6 7 Peterborough Petes th East 5 6 Peterborough Petes st East 4 5 Peterborough Petes st East 3 4 Peterborough Petes th East 3 Peterborough Petes nd East Peterborough Petes rd East Peterborough Petes rd East 999 Peterborough Petes th East Peterborough Petes th East Peterborough Petes th Eastern Peterborough Petes rd Eastern Peterborough Petes nd Eastern Peterborough Petes th Eastern Peterborough Petes th Leyden Peterborough Petes st Leyden 99 9 Peterborough Petes st Leyden 99 9 Peterborough Petes th Leyden Peterborough Petes rd Leyden Peterborough Petes st Leyden Peterborough Petes st Leyden Peterborough Petes nd Leyden Peterborough Petes st Leyden Peterborough Petes st Leyden Peterborough Petes rd Leyden Peterborough Petes nd Leyden 98 8 Peterborough Petes rd Leyden 98 8 Peterborough Petes th Leyden Peterborough Petes st Leyden Peterborough Petes st Leyden Peterborough Petes nd Leyden Peterborough Petes th Leyden Peterborough Petes th Leyden Peterborough Petes nd OHA Peterborough Petes rd OHA Peterborough Petes nd OHA 97 7 Peterborough Petes rd OHA 97 7 Peterborough Petes st OHA Peterborough Petes nd OHA Peterborough Petes rd OHA Peterborough Petes th OHA Peterborough Petes th OHA Peterborough Petes st OHA Peterborough Petes rd OHA Peterborough Petes th OHA Peterborough Petes rd OHA 96 6 Peterborough Petes th OHA 96 6 Peterborough T.P.T. s th OHA Peterborough T.P.T. s th OHA Peterborough T.P.T. s nd OHA Peterborough T.P.T. s th OHA Peterborough T.P.T. s th OHA Kitchener Canucks nd OHA Kitchener Canucks th OHA Kitchener Greenshirts th OHA Kitchener Greenshirts th OHA 95-5 Kitchener Greenshirts th OHA Franchise Totals 4,46,3, ,438 6,9 5,55 Pct

133 SAGINAW SPIRIT SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6 7 Saginaw Spirit th West 5 6 Saginaw Spirit th West 4 5 Saginaw Spirit rd West 3 4 Saginaw Spirit rd West 3 Saginaw Spirit th West Saginaw Spirit rd West Saginaw Spirit st West 9 Saginaw Spirit th West 8 9 Saginaw Spirit nd West 7 8 Saginaw Spirit th West 6 7 Saginaw Spirit nd West 5 6 Saginaw Spirit nd West 4 5 Saginaw Spirit th West 3 4 Saginaw Spirit th West 3 Saginaw Spirit th West North Bay Centennials th Central North Bay Centennials rd Central 999 North Bay Centennials rd Central North Bay Centennials rd Central North Bay Centennials th Central North Bay Centennials th Eastern North Bay Centennials th Eastern North Bay Centennials rd Eastern North Bay Centennials st Leyden North Bay Centennials th Leyden 99 9 North Bay Centennials nd Leyden 99 9 North Bay Centennials nd Leyden North Bay Centennials th Emms North Bay Centennials th Emms North Bay Centennials th Emms North Bay Centennials st Emms North Bay Centennials st Emms North Bay Centennials rd Emms North Bay Centennials th Emms North Bay Centennials rd Emms 98 8 Niagara Falls Flyers th Emms 98 8 Niagara Falls Flyers th Emms Niagara Falls Flyers th Emms Niagara Falls Flyers st Emms Niagara Falls Flyers th Emms Niagara Falls Flyers th Emms St. Catharines Black Hawks th Emms St. Catharines Black Hawks th OHA St. Catharines Black Hawks nd OHA St. Catharines Black Hawks th OHA 97 7 St. Catharines Black Hawks th OHA 97 7 St. Catharines Black Hawks nd OHA St. Catharines Black Hawks rd OHA St. Catharines Black Hawks nd OHA St. Catharines Black Hawks th OHA St. Catharines Black Hawks th OHA St. Catharines Black Hawks th OHA St. Catharines Black Hawks th OHA St. Catharines Black Hawks rd OHA St. Catharines Black Hawks th OHA 96-6 St. Catharines Teepees rd OHA 96-6 St. Catharines Teepees th OHA St. Catharines Teepees nd OHA St. Catharines Teepees st OHA St. Catharines Teepees st OHA St. Catharines Teepees rd OHA St. Catharines Teepees st OHA St. Catharines Teepees st OHA St. Catharines Teepees st OHA St. Catharines Teepees th OHA 95-5 St. Catharines Teepees th OHA 95-5 St. Catharines Teepees th OHA St. Catharines Teepees rd OHA St. Catharines Teepees th OHA St. Catharines Teepees th OHA St. Catharines Falcons th OHA St. Catharines Falcons th OHA St. Catharines Falcons nd OHA 33

134 St. Catharines Falcons st OHA G Franchise Totals 4,44,7, ,457 8, 8,49 Pct..5 SARNIA STING SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6 7 Sarnia Sting th West 5 6 Sarnia Sting st West 4 5 Sarnia Sting rd West 3 4 Sarnia Sting th West 3 Sarnia Sting rd West Sarnia Sting nd West Sarnia Sting th West 9 Sarnia Sting th West 8 9 Sarnia Sting th West 7 8 Sarnia Sting rd West 6 7 Sarnia Sting th West 5 6 Sarnia Sting th West 4 5 Sarnia Sting th West 3 4 Sarnia Sting st West 3 Sarnia Sting nd West Sarnia Sting th West Sarnia Sting rd West 999 Sarnia Sting rd West Sarnia Sting nd West Sarnia Sting rd Western Sarnia Sting nd Western Sarnia Sting nd Western Sarnia Sting rd Western Newmarket Royals th in Leyden Newmarket Royals th in Leyden 99 9 Cornwall Royals rd Leyden 99 9 Cornwall Royals th Leyden Cornwall Royals th Leyden Cornwall Royals th Leyden Cornwall Royals rd Leyden Cornwall Royals th Leyden Cornwall Royals th Leyden Cornwall Royals th Leyden Cornwall Royals th Leyden Cornwall Royals th Leyden 98 8 Cornwall Royals th Leyden Franchise Totals,44,73, ,368 9,58, Pct..488 SAULT STE. MARIE GREYHOUNDS SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6 7 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds st West 5 6 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds rd West 4 5 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds st West 3 4 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds st West 3 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds nd West Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th West Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th West 9 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds rd West 8 9 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th West 7 8 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds st West 6 7 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds rd West 5 6 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th West 4 5 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds st West 3 4 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th West 3 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th West Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds nd West Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th West 999 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds nd West Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th West Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th Western Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds st Western Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds rd Western Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th Western Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds nd Emms Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds st Emms 99 9 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds st Emms 99 9 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds st Emms Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th Emms Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th Emms Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th Emms 34

135 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th Emms Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th Emms Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds st Emms Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds rd Emms Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds st Emms 98 8 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds nd Emms 98 8 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds st Leyden Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th Leyden Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th Leyden Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th Leyden Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th Leyden Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th Leyden Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th OMJHL Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th OHA Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds th OHA Franchise Totals 3,3,446, ,5,375,3 Pct..5 SUDBURY WOLVES SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6-7 Sudbury Wolves nd Central 5 6 Sudbury Wolves th Central 4 5 Sudbury Wolves th Central 3 4 Sudbury Wolves rd Central 3 Sudbury Wolves rd Central Sudbury Wolves th Central Sudbury Wolves th Central 9 Sudbury Wolves th Central 8 9 Sudbury Wolves th Central 7 8 Sudbury Wolves th Central 6 7 Sudbury Wolves rd Central 5 6 Sudbury Wolves rd Central 4 5 Sudbury Wolves th Central 3 4 Sudbury Wolves th Central 3 Sudbury Wolves th Central Sudbury Wolves rd Central Sudbury Wolves st Central 999 Sudbury Wolves nd Central Sudbury Wolves nd Central Sudbury Wolves th Central Sudbury Wolves th Central Sudbury Wolves th Central Sudbury Wolves nd Central Sudbury Wolves rd Leyden Sudbury Wolves th Leyden 99 9 Sudbury Wolves th Leyden 99 9 Sudbury Wolves th Leyden Sudbury Wolves rd Emms Sudbury Wolves th Emms Sudbury Wolves th Emms Sudbury Wolves th Emms Sudbury Wolves th Emms Sudbury Wolves th Emms Sudbury Wolves th Emms Sudbury Wolves th Emms 98 8 Sudbury Wolves th Emms 98 8 Sudbury Wolves th Leyden Sudbury Wolves th Leyden Sudbury Wolves nd Leyden Sudbury Wolves th Leyden Sudbury Wolves nd Leyden Sudbury Wolves st Leyden Sudbury Wolves th OHA Sudbury Wolves th OHA Sudbury Wolves th OHA 97 7 Niagara Falls Flyers th OHA 97 7 Niagara Falls Flyers th OHA Niagara Falls Flyers th OHA Niagara Falls Flyers th OHA Niagara Falls Flyers th OHA Niagara Falls Flyers nd OHA Niagara Falls Flyers rd OHA Niagara Falls Flyers st OHA Niagara Falls Flyers th OHA Niagara Falls Flyers st OHA 96 6 Niagara Falls Flyers th OHA 35

136 96 6 Niagara Falls Flyers th OHA Barrie Flyers rd OHA Barrie Flyers th OHA Barrie Flyers th OHA Barrie Flyers th OHA Barrie Flyers th OHA Barrie Flyers th OHA Barrie Flyers th OHA Barrie Flyers st OHA 95-5 Barrie Flyers th OHA 95-5 Barrie Flyers st OHA Barrie Flyers th OHA Barrie Flyers nd OHA Barrie Flyers rd OHA Barrie Flyers th OHA Barrie Flyers th OHA Franchise Totals 4,393,848, ,4 7,46 8,646 Pct..467 WINDSOR SPITFIRES SEASON NAME GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA FINISH 6 7 Windsor Spitfires nd West 5 6 Windsor Spitfires nd West 4 5 Windsor Spitfires th West 3 4 Windsor Spitfires nd West 3 Windsor Spitfires th West Windsor Spitfires th West Windsor Spitfires nd West 9 Windsor Spitfires st West 8 9 Windsor Spitfires st West 7 8 Windsor Spitfires nd West 6 7 Windsor Spitfires th West 5 6 Windsor Spitfires rd West 4 5 Windsor Spitfires rd West 3 4 Windsor Spitfires rd West 3 Windsor Spitfires rd West Windsor Spitfires rd West Windsor Spitfires nd West 999 Windsor Spitfires th West Windsor Spitfires th West Windsor Spitfires th Western Windsor Spitfires rd Western Windsor Spitfires th Western Windsor Spitfires nd Western Windsor Spitfires th Emms Windsor Spitfires th Emms 99 9 Windsor Spitfires th Emms 99 9 Windsor Spitfires th Emms Windsor Spitfires th Emms Windsor Spitfires th Emms Windsor Spitfires st Emms Windsor Spitfires rd Emms Windsor Spitfires rd Emms Windsor Spitfires th Emms Windsor Spitfires th Emms Windsor Spitfires th Emms 98 8 Windsor Spitfires th Emms 98 8 Windsor Spitfires nd Emms Windsor Spitfires st Emms Windsor Spitfires rd Emms Windsor Spitfires nd Emms Windsor Spitfires th Emms Windsor Spitfires th Emms Franchise Totals,88,84, ,88,67,874 Pct

137 Team Records Ontario Hockey League records have been fully compiled since the season which coincided with the establishment of the League office. Detailed records from before that time are not available and as a result, only certain team and individual records were available from final statistic releases and are acknowledged in the OHL Record Book. SEASON Best Winning Percentage, One Season.88 London Knights 4-5 (59-7--; points in 68 games).853 Barrie Colts 9- (57-9--; 6 points in 68 games).846 Windsor Spitfires 8-9 (57---; 5 points in 68 games).86 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (54--; 9 points in 66 games).88 Toronto Marlboros (47-7-9; 3 points in 63 games) Most Points, One Season London Knights 4-5 ( in 68 games) 6 Barrie Colts 9- ( in 68 games) 5 Windsor Spitfires 8-9 (57--- in 68 games) London Knights 3-4 (53--- in 68 games), Kitchener Rangers 7-8 ( in 68 games), Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (4-5 in 68 games) 9 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (54-- in 66 games) Fewest Points, One Season 9 London Knights (3-6-3 in 66 games) Mississauga IceDogs (4-6-3 in 68 games) Most Wins, One Season 59 London Knights 4-5 (68 games) 57 Windsor Spitfires 8-9 (68 games); Barrie Colts 9- (68 games) 54 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (66 games) and 4-5 (68 games) 53 London Knights 3-4 (68 games); Kitchener Rangers 7-8 (68 games); St. Michael s Majors - (68 games) 5 Kitchener Rangers (7 games), Guelph Storm 3-4 (68 games), Erie Otters 3-4 (68 games) and 5-6 (68 games) Fewest Wins, One Season 3 London Knights (66 games); Mississauga IceDogs - (68 games) 4 Guelph Storm 99-9 (66 games); Mississauga IceDogs (68 games) Most Losses, One Season 63 Guelph Platers (7 games) 6 Mississauga IceDogs (68 games) 6 London Knights (66 games) Fewest Losses, One Season 7 London Knights 4-5 (68 games) 7 Toronto Marlboros (63 games) Most Ties, One Season (no overtime) 4 Peterborough Petes (7 games); Hamilton Fincups (68 games) Most Ties, One Season (with overtime) 3 Sarnia Sting (66 games) Belleville Bulls 99-9 (66 games); Plymouth Whalers - (68 games); Barrie Colts 3-4 (68 games) Fewest Ties, One Season (with overtime) 7 times since Fewest Ties, One Season (no overtime) London Knights (66 games) 37

138 Most Home Wins, One Season 33 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (66 games) 3 Oshawa Generals (68 games); Ottawa 67 s (7 games); Kitchener Rangers (7 games); London Knights 4-5 (68 games); Windsor Spitfires 8-9 (68 games); Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 4-5 (68 games) 3 London Knights 3-4 (68 games); Barrie Colts 9- (68 games); London Knights 9- (68 games); Erie Otters 3-4 (68 games); Erie Otters 6-7 (68 games) Most Road Wins, One Season 8 London Knights 4-5 (68 games) 7 Barrie Colts 9- (68 games); Erie Otters 5-6 (68 games) 6 Windsor Spitfires 8-9 (68 games); Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 6-7 (68 games) 5 Kitchener Rangers 7-8 (68 games) 4 Ottawa 67 s (68 games); Guelph Storm 3-4 (68 games); London Knights - (68 games) 3 London Knights (66 games); Ottawa 67 s (7 games); Windsor Spitfires (66 games); Ottawa 67 s (66 games); Plymouth Whalers (68 games); Kitchener Rangers -3 (68 games); London Knights 3-4 (68 games); Guelph Storm 3-4 (68 games) Most Home Losses, One Season 3 Guelph Platers (7 games) 9 London Knights (66 games); Mississauga IceDogs (68 games) Most Road Losses, One Season 33 Guelph Platers (7 games) 3 Mississauga IceDogs (68 games); Mississauga IceDogs - (68 games) Most Home Ties, One Season Guelph Storm 99-9 (66 games) 9 Hamilton Fincups (68 games) Most Road Ties, One Season Peterborough Petes (68 games) Fewest Home Wins, One Season London Knights (66 games); Mississauga IceDogs (68 games); Mississauga IceDogs - (68 games) 3 Guelph Storm 99-9 (66 games) Fewest Road Wins, One Season Newmarket Royals (66 games) Oshawa Generals (66 games), Guelph Storm 99-9 (66 games); London Knights (66 games); Mississauga IceDogs - (68 games); Fewest Home Losses, One Season Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (66 games) London Knights 4-5 (68 games) St. Catharines Fincups (66 games); Ottawa 67 s (68 games); Guelph Storm (66 games); Barrie Colts (68 games) Fewest Road Losses, One Season 6 London Knights 4-5 (68 games) 7 Ottawa 67 s (68 games); Oshawa Generals 99-9 (66 games); Windsor Spitfires 8-9 (68 games); Barrie Colts 9- (68 games); Erie Otters 5-6 (68 games) 8 Sudbury Wolves (66 games); Peterborough Petes (66 games); Guelph Storm (66 games); Plymouth Whalers -3 (68 games); Guelph Storm 3-4 (68 games); London Knights 3-4 (68 games); S.S. Marie Greyhounds 6-7 (68 games) Longest Winning Streak (Games) 5 Kitchener Rangers, Jan., 984 through March 6, London Knights, Nov., through Dec. 3, Barrie Colts, Oct. 4, 9 through December 9, 9 8 London Knights, Oct. 3, 4 through Dec. 8, 4 7 Plymouth Whalers, February 4, through March, 38

139 Longest Home Winning Streak (Games) 33 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds season (33--) St. Catharines Fincups, Sept. 4, 976 through Jan. 8, Erie Otters, Oct. 5, 3 to Dec. 3, 3 Longest Road Winning Streak (Games) 5 London Knights, Sept. 3, 4 through Dec. 9, 4 3 Barrie Colts, Oct. 6, 9 through Dec. 9, 9 Kitchener Rangers, Jan. 984 through March 6, S.S. Marie Greyhounds, Oct. 4, 98 through Dec. 3, 98; Peterborough Petes, Jan. 8, 99 through March 3, 99; Mississauga Steelheads, Dec. 4, 6 through Jan. 3, 7 Longest Undefeated Streak (Games) 3 London Knights, Sept. 3, 4 through December, 4 (9---) 5 Kitchener Rangers, Jan., 984 through March 6, 984 (5--) 4 Oshawa Generals, Oct. 4, 98 through Dec. 7, 98 (--); London Knights, Nov., through Dec. 3, (4--) Longest Home Undefeated Streak (Games) 33 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds season (33--) 3 Barrie Colts, Sept. 7, 998 through Mar. 7, 999 (8--3) 3 London Knights, Nov. 5, 976 through Feb.7, 977 (--) Longest Road Undefeated Streak (Games) 5 London Knights, Sept. 3, 4 through Dec. 9, 4 (5---) Oshawa Generals, Oct. 7, 98 through Dec. 8, 98 (--) Longest Losing Streak (Games) 8 Kingston Canadians, Jan. 9, 988 through March 8, Guelph Platers, Jan. 4, 983 through March 3, 983 Longest Home Losing Streak (Games) 8 London Knights, Sept., 995 through Dec., 995 Guelph Platers, Jan. 4, 983 through March, 983; Mississauga IceDogs, Feb. 5, 999 through March 7, 999 Longest Road Losing Streak (Games) 9 Newmarket Royals, Oct., 993 through March 8, Mississauga IceDogs, Sept. 5, 998 through Feb. 7, Detroit Compuware Ambassadors, Oct. 6, 99 through Feb., 99 Longest Winless Streak (Games) 34 Mississauga IceDogs, Nov., 998 through Jan. 4, 999 (3 losses, 3 ties) 33 London Knights, Sept., 995 through Dec., 995 (3 losses, ties) 3 Mississauga IceDogs, January 5, through March 3, (3 losses, tie) 8 Kingston Canadians, Jan. 9, 988 through March 8, 988 (8 losses) Longest Home Winless Streak (Games) Mississauga IceDogs, Nov., 998 through Jan. 4, 999 (7 losses, 3 ties) 9 London Knights, Sept., 995 through Dec. 5, 995 (8 losses, tie) 6 Mississauga IceDogs, Oct. 6, through Dec., ( losses, 4 ties) 3 Guelph Storm, Sept. 9, 99 through Nov., 99 (8 losses, 5 ties) Longest Road Winless Streak (Games) 33 Newmarket Royals, Sept. 3, 993 through March 8, 994 (3 losses, ties) 3 Mississauga IceDogs, Oct., through March 3, (3 losses, tie) 7 Mississauga IceDogs, Sept. 5, 998 through Feb. 7, 999 (7 losses) 3 Detroit Compuware Ambassadors, Oct. 6, 99 through Feb., 99 Most Shutouts 3 London Knights 4-5 (68 games) Niagara IceDogs - (68 games) Erie Otters 3-4 (68 games) 39

140 Most Goals 469 Toronto Marlboros (7 games) 438 St. Catharines Fincups (66 games) 48 Kitchener Rangers (7 games) Fewest Goals 45 Mississauga IceDogs (68 games) 49 Sudbury Wolves 4-5 (68 games) 5 Saginaw Spirit 4-5 (68 games) Most Goals Against 555 Guelph Platers (7 games) 47 Windsor Spitfires (66 games) Fewest Goals Against 5 London Knights 4-5 (68 games) 47 London Knights 3-4 (68 games) 57 Oshawa Generals 4-5 (68 games) 6 Plymouth Whalers (68 games); Plymouth Whalers - (68 games) Most Goals, Both Teams, One Game (since ) Jan, 977, Peterborough 6 at Sault Ste. Marie 6; Jan., 98, Ottawa 6 at Brantford 6 Most Goals, One Team, One Game (since ) 6 Jan, 977, Peterborough 6 at Sault Ste. Marie 6; Dec. 7, 978, Peterborough 6 at Sault Ste. Marie 5; Jan., 98, Ottawa 6 at Brantford Fewest Goals, Both Teams, One Game Dec., 4 Guelph at London Feb. 5, 999 Oshawa at Peterborough Feb. 6, 994 Kingston at Ottawa Nov. 5, 984, Sudbury at North Bay Highest Single Game Attendance,8 Dec., 4 Corel Centre, Ottawa vs. Kingston 9,875 Feb. 5, 995 Joe Louis Arena, Detroit vs. Windsor 8,838 Feb. 3, 969 Montreal Forum, Montreal vs. Oshawa 8,64 Feb., 996 The Palace at Auburn Hills, Detroit vs. Windsor Highest Total Season Attendance, One Team, One Season 34,4 Ottawa 67 s, 4-5 (34 home games) 39,76 Ottawa 67 s, - (34 home games) 39,7 London Knights 5-6 (34 home games) 37,96 London Knights, 4-5 (34 home games) 37,56 London Knights, 6-7 (34 home games) Individual Records CAREER Most Goals, Career 5 John Tavares, Oshawa/London, 5-6 through Peter Lee, Ottawa, 97-7 through Stan Drulia, Niagara Falls/Hamilton/Belleville, through Most Assists, Career 38 Bill Bowler, Windsor, 99-9 through Brett Seguin, Ottawa, through Wayne Groulx, Sault Ste. Marie, 98-8 through

141 Most Points, Career 479 Stan Drulia, Niagara Falls/Hamilton/Belleville, through Dale McCourt, Sudbury/Hamilton, through Wayne Groulx, Sault Ste. Marie, 98-8 through Most Games Played, Career 337 Cory Tanaka, Plymouth/Belleville, 4-5 through 8-9; Kristoff Kontos, Sudbury/Mississauga/Saginaw Garrett Hooey, Sarnia/Belleville/Barrie, - through 4-5; Charles Sarault, Kingston/Sarnia, 8-9 through Cody Lindsay, Ottawa, 6-; Thomas Nesbitt, Ottawa, 6-33 Zack Torquato, Sagibnaw/Erie, 5- Most Consecutive Games Played 7 Bobby Chaumont, Sudbury - through Mike Oliviera, Kingston through Willie Skilliter, Owen Sound 99-9 through Season Most Goals, One Season 87 Ernie Godden, Windsor, 98-8 (68 games) 8 Peter Lee, Ottawa, (66 games); Tony Tanti, Oshawa, 98-8 (68 games); Ray Sheppard, Cornwall, (66 games) Most Assists, One Season 3 Bob Smith, Ottawa, (68 games) 9 Mike Kaszycki, Sault Ste. Marie, (66 games) Most Points, One Season 9 Bob Smith, Ottawa, (68 games) 8 Wayne Gretzky, Sault Ste. Marie, (68 games) 77 Doug Gilmour, Cornwall, (7 games) Most Goals, by a Defenceman, One Season 47 Bryan Fogarty, Niagara Falls, (66 games) 38 Bobby Orr, Oshawa, (48 games) 38 Chris Allen, Kingston, (66 games); Allan MacInnis, Kitchener, (7 games) Most Assists, by a Defenceman, One Season 8 Bryan Fogarty, Niagara Falls, (66 games) 96 Doug Crossman, Ottawa, (68 games) Most Points, by a Defenceman, One Season 55 Bryan Fogarty, Niagara Falls, (66 games) 3 Denis Potvin, Ottawa, (63 games) Most Goals, by a Rookie, One Season 8 Tony Tanti, Oshawa, 98-8 (68 games) 7 Wayne Gretzky, Sault Ste. Marie, (68 games) Most Assists, by a Rookie, One Season Wayne Gretzky, Sault Ste. Marie, (68 games) 86 John Goodwin, Sault Ste. Marie, (68 games) 7 John Tavella, Sault Ste. Marie, (66 games) Most Points, by a Rookie, One Season 8 Wayne Gretzky, Sault Ste. Marie, (68 games) 5 Tony Tanti, Oshawa, 98-8 (68 games) Most Power-Play Goals, One Season 37 Tony Tanti, Oshawa, 98-8 (68 games) 3 John Tavella, Sault Ste. Marie, (66 games) 4

142 Most Shorthand Goals, One Season Keith Osborne, Niagara Falls, (66 games) David Bruce, Kitchener, (7 games); Cameron Mann, Peterborough, (66 games); Matt Foy, Ottawa, -3 (68) Most Game Winning Goals, One Season 6 Eric Lindros, Oshawa, 99-9 (66 games) 4 Jim Fox, Ottawa, (68 games) Best Goals Against Average, One Season.7 Gerald Coleman, London, Mark Visentin, Niagara, -.6 Ryan MacDonald, London, Robert Holsinger, Plymouth, ; Ken Appleby, Oshawa, 4-5 Most Wins, One Season 46 Andrew Engelage, Windsor 8-9, Michael Houser, London - 45 Steve Mason, London, Adam Dennis, London, 5-6 Most Shutouts, One Season Mark Visentin, Niagara, - 9 Don Lockhart, Toronto, Len Broderick, Toronto, ; Gerald Coleman, London, Dan Turple, Kitchener, 5-6; Thomas McCollum, Guelph/Brampton, 8-9; Jack Flinn, Mississauga, 5-6 Longest Consecutive Point Scoring Streak (Games) 55 Doug Gilmour, Cornwall, Oct. 9, 98 through Feb. 7, Jim Fox, Ottawa, Sept., 979 through March 4, 98 Longest Consecutive Goal Scoring Streak (Games) 9 Mike Ricci, Peterborough, Oct. 7, 988 through Dec., 988; Alex DeBrincat, Erie, Jan. 4 to March, 7 8 Brian Dobbin, London, Nov. 6, 984 through Jan. 6, 985 Longest Consecutive Assist Scoring Streak (Games) 6 Lee Giffin, Oshawa, Nov. 3, 986 through March 5, Jim Fox, Ottawa, Dec. 4, 979 through March 4, 98 SINGLE GAME Most Goals, One Game 6 Dave Staffen, Ottawa (973-74); Tim Young, Ottawa (974-75); Paul Mancini, Sault Ste. Marie (977-78); Tony Tanti, Oshawa (98-8); Mario Simioni, Toronto (98-83); Garry Lacey, Toronto (983-84); Kevin Conway, Kingston (983-84); Steve Thomas, Toronto (983-84); Jack MacKeigan, Toronto (985-86); Colin Miller, Niagara Falls (988-89) Most Assists, One Game 9 Mike Kaszycki, Sault Ste. Marie, March, 976 vs. Kitchener 7 Ten times Most Points, One Game Mike Kaszycki, Sault Ste. Marie, March, 976 vs. Kitchener, goals, 9 assists) Steve Thomas, Toronto, March /84 vs. Kingston (6G, 4A); Darren Colbourne, Cornwall, Oct. 9/87 vs. Toronto (4G, 6A) Most Goals, by a Defenceman, One Game 5 Allan MacInnis, Kitchener, March 3, 983 vs. Guelph Most Assists, by a Defenceman, One Game 7 Mike O Connell, Kingston, Bryan Fogarty, Niagara Falls, Jan., 989 at North Bay; Jason Gladney, Kitchener, Oct. 9, 993 vs. Detroit 4

143 Most Points, by a Defenceman, One Game 8 Bryan Fogarty, twice, Nov., 88 at Sudbury (3 goals, 5 assists) and Jan., 89 at North Bay ( goals, 6 assists); Andre Benoit, Kitchener, September 9 vs. Plymouth (4 goals, 4 assists) Most Goals, by a Rookie, One Game 6 Tony Tanti, Oshawa, Jan. 8, 98 vs. Kitchener; Colin Miller, Niagara Falls, Oct. 3, 988 vs. North Bay Most Points, by a Rookie, One Game 8 Dave Simpson, London, Nov. 3/79 vs. Brantford; Tony Tanti, Oshawa, Jan. 8/8 vs. Kit; Mike Wolak, Kitchener, Dec. 3/85 vs. Sby Most Power-play Goals, One Game 5 Bobby Smith, Ottawa, Oct., 977 vs. Niagara Falls Most Shorthand Goals, One Game 3 Mike Hoffman, Brantford, Dec. 6, 98 vs. Guelph; David Bruce, Kitchener, Jan. 6, 984 vs. Cornwall Longest Shootout Game 38 Dec.,, London 4 vs Mississauga 3; winner by Seth Griffith vs. Spencer Martin 8 Nov. 5, 8, Windsor 4 at Saginaw 3 (Windsor -); winner by Ron Soucie vs. Edward Pasquale Jan. 5, 7, Ottawa 67 s 5 vs Kingston Frontenacs 4, winner by Kyle Auger vs. Jeremy Helvig Feb. 7, 7, Oshawa Generals 5 vs Ottawa 67 s 4, winner by Kyle MacLean vs. Leo Lazarev Oct. 5, 6, Kitchener 4 at London 5 (London -); winner by Adam Hasani vs. John Murray Mar. 8, 7, Kingston at Brampton 3 (Brampton -); winner by Jason Dale vs. Darryl Borden Jan. 7, 6, Toronto St. Michael s 7 at Kingston 6 (Toronto -); winner by Justin DiBenedetto vs. Dan Taylor PERIOD Fastest Goal, Start of the Game :5 Paul Gardner, Oshawa, Feb. 3, 976 vs. Kitchener; Dave MacQueen, Sudbury, Oct., 978 vs. Peterborough Fastest Goal, Start of Period :4 Doug Synishin, London, Nov. 3, 989 vs. Niagara Falls, nd period Petrus Palmu, Owen Sound Attack, Sept. 5 vs Hamilton, nd period Fastest Two Goals, by One Player :3 Tyler Ertel, North Bay, Jan. 8, 989 vs. Sudbury, 3rd period at 9:35 and 9:38 Fastest Three Goals, by One Player :4 Tom McDonell, Ottawa, Dec., 976 vs. Sudbury, nd period at 3:, 3: and 3:6 43

144 Hamilton Spectator Trophy The Hamilton Spectator Trophy is awarded to the team that finishes the regular season first overall in the Ontario Hockey League. The trophy was presented to the Ontario Hockey Association by the Hamilton Spectator in the season. The St. Catharines Tee Pees were the first recipients of the trophy in and Since its inception, the Peterborough Petes and Kitchener Rangers have won the trophy seven times, more than any other team in the League. The London Knights have won it six times while the Toronto Marlboros have won the trophy five times. The Guelph Storm and Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds have both won it four times while London became the first team to ever win the Hamilton Spectator Trophy in four consecutive seasons from 3-4 to 6-7. The winner of the Hamilton Spectator Trophy has gone on to win the OHL championship 4 times and the Memorial Cup times. SEASON WINNER GP W L T OTL SL PTS St. Catharines Tee Pees St. Catharines Tee Pees Toronto Marlboros Guelph Royals Montreal Jr. Canadiens Niagara Falls Flyers Toronto Marlboros Niagara Falls Flyers Peterborough TPTs Kitchener Rangers Kitchener Rangers Montreal Jr. Canadiens Montreal Jr. Canadiens Peterborough TPTs Toronto Marlboros Toronto Marlboros Kitchener Rangers Toronto Marlboros Sudbury Wolves St. Catharines Fincups Ottawa 67 s Peterborough Petes Peterborough Petes Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Ottawa 67 s Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Kitchener Rangers Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Peterborough Petes Oshawa Generals Windsor Compuware Spitfires Kitchener Rangers Oshawa Generals Oshawa Generals Peterborough Petes Peterborough Petes North Bay Centennials Guelph Storm Guelph Storm Ottawa 67 s Guelph Storm Plymouth Whalers Plymouth Whalers Erie Otters Plymouth Whalers Kitchener Rangers London Knights London Knights London Knights London Knights Kitchener Rangers Windsor Spitfires Barrie Colts Mississauga St. Michael s Majors London Knights London Knights Guelph Storm Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Erie Otters Erie Otters

145 Conference Championship Trophies The OHL has utilized a two conference division since the season and in 3 announced that conference championship trophies were created and named in honour of two of the OHL s most esteemed graduates. The Eastern Conference championship trophy is named The Bobby Orr Trophy in honour of Orr, who played four seasons in the OHL for the Oshawa Generals from The Western Conference championship trophy is named The Wayne Gretzky Trophy in honour of Gretzky, who played for the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds in Both honourees are members of the Hockey Hall of Fame. BOBBY ORR TROPHY EASTERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS YEAR CLUB 999 Belleville Bulls Barrie Colts Ottawa 67 s Barrie Colts 3 Ottawa 67 s 4 Mississauga IceDogs 5 Ottawa 67 s 6 Peterborough Petes 7 Sudbury Wolves 8 Belleville Bulls 9 Brampton Battalion Barrie Colts Mississauga St. Michael s Majors Niagara IceDogs 3 Barrie Colts 4 North Bay Battalion 5 Oshawa Generals 6 Niagara IceDogs 7 Mississauga Steelheads WAYNE GRETZKY TROPHY WESTERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS YEAR CLUB 999 London Knights Plymouth Whalers Plymouth Whalers Erie Otters 3 Kitchener Rangers 4 Guelph Storm 5 London Knights 6 London Knights 7 Plymouth Whalers 8 Kitchener Rangers 9 Windsor Spitfires Windsor Spitfires Owen Sound Attack London Knights 3 London Knights 4 Guelph Storm 5 Erie Otters 6 London Knights 7 Erie Otters 45

146 Division Trophies The Leyden, Emms, Bumbacco and Holody Trophies are presented each year to the teams finishing with the most points in the East, Central, West and Midwest Divisions, respectively. The Emms and Leyden Trophies were first presented in the season when the OHL was split into divisions with the expansion of the League to teams. The awards originated in recognition of Matt Leyden and Leighton Hap Emms for their contributions to Junior hockey in Ontario. The Bumbacco Trophy was inaugurated in when the League realigned into three divisions. The award is named after former Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds General Manager Angelo Bumbacco. The Holody Trophy, awarded in recognition of the contributions to the Ontario Hockey League by former Guelph and Owen Sound Platers Governor Joe Holody, was presented following the season for the first time with the realignment of the League into four divisions. EMMS TROPHY (CENTRAL DIVISION) Hamilton Fincups St. Catharines Fincups London Knights Niagara Falls Flyers Windsor Spitfires 98-8 Kitchener Rangers 98-8 Kitchener Rangers Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Kitchener Rangers Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds North Bay Centennials North Bay Centennials Windsor Spitfires Kitchener Rangers London Knights 99-9 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 99-9 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Detroit Jr. Red Wings Guelph Storm Guelph Storm Kitchener Rangers Guelph Storm Barrie Colts 999- Barrie Colts - Sudbury Wolves - Toronto St. Michael s Majors -3 Brampton Battalion 3-4 Toronto St. Michael s Majors 4-5 Mississauga IceDogs 5-6 Brampton Battalion 6-7 Barrie Colts 7-8 Brampton Battalion 8-9 Brampton Battalion 9- Barrie Colts - Mississauga St. Michael s Majors - Niagara IceDogs -3 Barrie Colts 3-4 North Bay Battalion 4-5 Barrie Colts 5-6 Barrie Colts 6-7 Mississauga Steelheads BUMBACCO TROPHY (WEST DIVISION) Detroit Jr. Red Wings Detroit Whalers Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds London Knights Plymouth Whalers 999- Plymouth Whalers - Plymouth Whalers - Plymouth Whalers -3 Plymouth Whalers 3-4 Sarnia Sting 4-5 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 5-6 Plymouth Whalers 6-7 Plymouth Whalers 7-8 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 8-9 Windsor Spitfires 9- Windsor Spitfires - Saginaw Spirit - Plymouth Whalers -3 Plymouth Whalers 3-4 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 4-5 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 5-6 Sarnia Sting 6-7 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 46 LEYDEN TROPHY (EAST DIVISION) Sudbury Wolves Ottawa 67 s Ottawa 67 s Peterborough Petes Peterborough Petes 98-8 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 98-8 Ottawa 67 s Ottawa 67 s Ottawa 67 s Peterborough Petes Peterborough Petes Oshawa Generals Peterborough Petes Peterborough Petes Oshawa Generals 99-9 Oshawa Generals 99-9 Peterborough Petes Peterborough Petes North Bay Centennials Kingston Frontenacs Ottawa 67 s Ottawa 67 s Ottawa 67 s Ottawa 67 s 999- Ottawa 67 s - Belleville Bulls - Belleville Bulls -3 Ottawa 67 s 3-4 Ottawa 67 s 4-5 Peterborough Petes 5-6 Peterborough Petes 6-7 Belleville Bulls 7-8 Belleville Bulls 8-9 Belleville Bulls 9- Ottawa 67 s - Ottawa 67 s - Ottawa 67 s -3 Belleville Bulls 3-4 Oshawa Generals 4-5 Oshawa Generals 5-6 Kingston Frontenacs 6-7 Peterborough Petes HOLODY TROPHY (MIDWEST DIVISION) Guelph Storm 999- Erie Otters - Erie Otters - Erie Otters -3 Kitchener Rangers 3-4 London Knights 4-5 London Knights 5-6 London Knights 6-7 London Knights 7-8 Kitchener Rangers 8-9 London Knights 9- London Knights - Owen Sound Attack - London Knights -3 London Knights 3-4 Guelph Storm 4-5 Erie Otters 5-6 Erie Otters 6-7 Erie Otters

147 Red Tilson Trophy (Most Outstanding Player) ALEX DEBRINCAT ERIE OTTERS Alex DeBrincat led the OHL with 7 points in 63 games scoring a league-high 65 goals along with 6 assists and a plus-minus rating of plus-6. His offensive production helped the Otters capture a second straight Hamilton Spectator Trophy as first overall in the regular season, a third straight Midwest Division crown, and a Canadian Hockey League record fourth straight 5-win season. A 9-year-old from Farmington Hills, Michigan, DeBrincat committed to the Otters prior to the 4-5 season quickly establishing himself as a prolific goal scorer achieving OHL and CHL Rookie of the Year honours and accumulating a resume of scoring records over the course of his most outstanding 6-7 campaign. His 65 goals represent a new Otters single season record and mark the third straight year he has eclipsed the 5-goal plateau becoming just the second player in OHL history to accomplish the feat of consistency following Dale McCourt (974-77). DeBrincat also became just the third Otter to reach the prestigious 3 career-point milestone and the eighth player in the league s modern era to record three-straight -point seasons. In three seasons and 9 games in an Otters uniform, DeBrincat scored 67 goals and 65 assists for 33 points cementing his status as the Otters all-time leading goal scorer and the leading American goal scorer in OHL history. DeBrincat is the fourth member of the Otters to win the award and third in four years following Connor McDavid (5), Connor Brown (4), along with back-to-back winner Brad Boyes (, ). The Red Tilson Award is the most prestigious award presented by the Ontario Hockey League, going each year to the player that is voted the most outstanding during the regular season by OHL writers and broadcasters. The Award is in honour of Albert Red Tilson, who was killed in action in Europe during World War II. Tilson was the OHA scoring champion for the season after scoring 9 goals and 38 assists for 57 points in games with the Oshawa Generals. YEAR PLAYER, CLUB Doug McMurdy, St. Catharines Tod Sloan, St. Michael s Ed Sandford, St. Michael s George Armstrong, Stratford Gil Mayer, Barrie George Armstrong, Marlboros 95-5 Glenn Hall, Windsor 95-5 Bill Harrington, Kitchener Bob Attersley, Oshawa Brian Cullen, St. Catharines Hank Ciesla, St. Catharines Ron Howell, Guelph Frank Mahovlich, St. Michael s Murray Oliver, Hamilton Stan Mikita, St. Catharines Wayne Connelly, Peterborough 96-6 Rod Gilbert, Guelph 96-6 Pit Martin, Hamilton Wayne Maxner, Niagara Falls Yvan Cournoyer, Montreal Andre Lacroix, Peterborough Andre Lacroix, Peterborough Mickey Redmond, Peterborough Walt Tkaczuk, Kitchener Rejean Houle, Montreal Gilbert Perreault, Montreal 97-7 Dave Gardner, Toronto 97-7 Don Lever, Niagara Falls Rick Middleton, Oshawa Jack Valiquette, Sault Ste. Marie Denis Maruk, London Peter Lee, Ottawa Dale McCourt, St. Catharines Bob Smith, Ottawa Mike Foligno, Sudbury Jim Fox, Ottawa 98-8 Ernie Godden, Windsor 98-8 Dave Simpson, London YEAR PLAYER, CLUB Doug Gilmour, Cornwall John Tucker, Kitchener Wayne Groulx, Sault Ste. Marie Ray Sheppard, Cornwall Scott McCrory, Oshawa Andrew Cassels, Ottawa Bryan Fogarty, Niagara Falls Mike Ricci, Peterborough 99-9 Eric Lindros, Oshawa 99-9 Todd Simon, Niagara Falls Pat Peake, Detroit Jason Allison, London David Ling, Kingston Alyn McCauley, Ottawa Alyn McCauley, Ottawa David Legwand, Plymouth Brian Campbell, Ottawa 999- Andrew Raycroft, Kingston - Brad Boyes, Erie - Brad Boyes, Erie -3 Corey Locke, Ottawa 3-4 Corey Locke, Ottawa 4-5 Corey Perry, London 5-6 Wojtek Wolski, Brampton 6-7 John Tavares, Oshawa 7-8 Justin Azevedo, Kitchener 8-9 Cody Hodgson, Brampton 9- Tyler Seguin, Plymouth - Ryan Ellis, Windsor - Michael Houser, London -3 Vincent Trocheck, Plymouth 3-4 Connor Brown, Erie 4-5 Connor McDavid, Erie 5-6 Mitch Marner, London 6-7 Alex DeBrincat, Erie 47

148 Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy (Top Scorer) ALEX DEBRINCAT ERIE OTTERS Alex DeBrincat recorded 65 goals and 6 assists for 7 points in 63 games to lead all OHL players in regular season scoring finishing 8 points ahead of teammate Taylor Raddysh who finished second with 9 points in 58 games. The 9-year-old from Farmington Hills, Michigan, delivered a multitude of scoring records over the course of the 6-7 campaign helping the Otters capture their second straight Hamilton Spectator Trophy, third straight Midwest Division crown, and record fourth straight 5 win season. His 65 goals represent a new Erie Otters single season record after cementing his position as the first player since Dale McCourt (974-77) to record three-straight 5-goal seasons and matching Mike Ricci s 988 mark with goals in 9 consecutive games. DeBrincat also became just the eighth player in the league s modern era to record three-straight -point seasons, and the third Otter to reach the prestigious 3 career-point milestone. In 9 career games over three seasons, the undrafted free agent signee has scored 67 goals and 65 assists for 33 points. He is the Otters all-time leading goal scorer and the leading American goal scorer in OHL history. The Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy was donated by the Toronto Marlboro Athletic Club in memory of Edward Powers. The trophy was first awarded to Tod Sloan of St. Michael s as the league s top scorer following the season. SEASON PLAYER, CLUB GP G A PTS J. Graboski, Oshawa J. Good, Toronto Lions John O Flaherty, West Tor Billy Taylor, Oshawa Hank Goldup, Toronto Billy Taylor, Oshawa Jud McAtee, Oshawa Gaye Stewart, Toronto Bob Wiest, Brantford Albert Red Tilson, Oshawa Ken Smith, Oshawa Leo Gravelle, St. Michael s Tod Sloan, St. Michael s Fleming Mackell, St. Michael s George Armstrong, Stratford Bert Giesebrecht, Windsor Earl Reibel, Windsor Lou Jankowski, Oshawa Ken Laufman, Guelph Jim McBurney, Galt Brian Cullen, St. Catharines Hank Ciesla, St. Catharines Stan Baliuk, Kitchener Bill Sweeney, Guelph John McKenzie, St. Catharines Stan Mikita, St. Catharines Chico Maki, St. Catharines Rod Gilbert, Guelph Andre Boudrias, Montreal Wayne Maxner, Niagara Falls Andre Boudrias, Montreal Ken Hodge, St. Catharines Andre Lacroix, Peterborough Derek Sanderson, Niagara Falls Tom Webster, Niagara Falls Rejean Houle, Montreal Marcel Dionne, St. Catharines Marcel Dionne, St. Catharines Dave Gardner, Toronto Bill Harris, Toronto (tie) Blake Dunlop, Ottawa Jack Valiquette, S.S. Marie Rick Adduono, St. Cath. (tie) Bruce Boudreau, Toronto Mike Kaszycki, S.S. Marie SEASON PLAYER, CLUB GP G A PTS Dwight Foster, Kitchener Bob Smith, Ottawa Mike Foligno, Sudbury Jim Fox, Ottawa John Goodwin, S.S. Marie Dave Simpson, London Doug Gilmour, Cornwall Tim Salmon, Kingston Dave MacLean, Belleville Ray Sheppard, Cornwall Scott McCrory, Oshawa Andrew Cassels, Ottawa Bryan Fogarty, Niagara Falls Keith Primeau, Niagara Falls Eric Lindros, Oshawa Todd Simon, Niagara Falls Andrew Brunette, Owen Sound Jason Allison, London Marc Savard, Oshawa Aaron Brand, Sarnia Marc Savard, Oshawa Peter Sarno, Windsor Peter Sarno, Sarnia Sheldon Keefe, Barrie Kyle Wellwood, Belleville Nathan Robinson, Belleville Corey Locke, Ottawa Corey Locke, Ottawa Corey Perry, London Rob Schremp, London Patrick Kane, London Justin Azevedo, Kitchener John Tavares, London Tyler Seguin, Plymouth Taylor Hall, Windsor Jason Akeson, Kitchener Tyler Toffoli, Ottawa Michael Sgarbossa, Sudbury Vincent Trocheck, Plymouth Connor Brown, Erie Dylan Strome, Erie Kevin Labanc, Barrie Alex DeBrincat, Erie

149 Matt Leyden Trophy (Coach of the Year) RYAN MCGILL OWEN SOUND ATTACK Ryan McGill led the Attack to an all-time franchise best record of for points finishing with the league s second best regular season totals, just one point shy of the first place Erie Otters. The 49 wins and points surpass the club s previous highs of 46 and 97 set during the Attack s - championship campaign led by the late Mark Reeds who also earned Coach of the Year honours that season. With McGill behind the bench for his second OHL campaign, the Attack were the league s most improved team from 5-6 increasing their win total by 7 and point total by 7 which were both tops among all member teams. The Matt Leyden Trophy has been awarded annually to the Coach of the Year in the Ontario Hockey League as selected by his peers since 97. The award is in recognition of the contributions of Matt Leyden, past President of the Ontario Hockey Association from and is a former manager of the Oshawa Generals that spent more than 5 years with the team. YEAR WINNER, CLUB YEAR WINNER, CLUB YEAR WINNER, CLUB 97-7 Gus Bodnar, Oshawa Dick Todd, Peterborough 3-4 Dale Hunter, London George Armstrong, Toronto Joe McDonnell, Kitchener 4-5 Dale Hunter, London Jack Bownass, Kingston Larry Mavety, Kingston 5-6 Dave Barr, Guelph Bert Templeton, Hamilton 99-9 George Burnett, Niagara Falls 6-7 Michael Vellucci, Plymouth Jerry Toppazzini, Sudbury 99-9 George Burnett, Niagara Falls 7-8 Bob Boughner, Windsor Bill Long, London Gary Agnew, London 8-9 Bob Boughner, Windsor Bill White, Oshawa Bert Templeton, North Bay 9- Dale Hunter, London Gary Green, Peterborough Craig Hartsburg, Guelph - Mark Reeds, Owen Sound Dave Chambers, Toronto Brian Kilrea, Ottawa - Greg Gilbert, Saginaw 98-8 Brian Kilrea, Ottawa Brian Kilrea, Ottawa -3 Mike Vellucci, Plymouth 98-8 Brian Kilrea, Ottawa Gary Agnew, London 3-4 D.J. Smith, Oshawa Terry Crisp, Sault Ste. Marie Peter DeBoer, Plymouth 4-5 Sheldon Keefe, Sault Ste. Marie Tom Barrett, Kitchener 999- Peter DeBoer, Plymouth 5-6 Kris Knoblauch, Erie Terry Crisp, Sault Ste. Marie - Dave MacQueen, Erie 6-7 Ryan McGill, Owen Sound Jacques Martin, Guelph - Craig Hartsburg, Sault Ste. Marie Paul Theriault, Oshawa -3 Brian Kilrea, Ottawa Jim Mahon Memorial Trophy (Top Scoring Right Winger) ALEX DEBRINCAT ERIE OTTERS Alex DeBrincat recorded 65 goals and 6 assists for 7 points in 63 games to lead all OHL right wingers in regular season scoring. DeBrincat also became just the eighth player in the league s modern era to record three-straight -point seasons. The Jim Mahon Memorial Trophy is awarded annually to the right winger who scores the most points during the OHL regular season. The trophy was presented for competition in the 97-7 season by the players and management of the Peterborough Major Junior Hockey Club in memory of Jim Mahon, right winger for their team who was accidently killed that summer. In the event of a tie, the award will go to the right winger who has scored the most goals. If there is still a tie, the players will become co-winners. SEASON PLAYER SEASON PLAYER 7-7 Bill Harris, Toronto Sean Williams, Oshawa 7-73 Dennis Ververgaert, London Stan Drulia, Niagara Falls Dave Gorman, St.Cath Owen Nolan, Cornwall Mark Napier, Toronto 9-9 Rob Pearson, Oshawa Peter Lee, Ottawa 9-9 Darren McCarty, Belleville John Anderson, Toronto 9-93 Kevin Brown, Detroit Dino Ciccarelli, London Kevin Brown, Detroit Mike Foligno, Sudbury David Ling, Kingston 79-8 Jim Fox, Ottawa Cameron Mann, Peterb. 8-8 Tony Tanti, Oshawa Joe Seroski, S.S. Marie 8-8 Tony Tanti, Oshawa Maxim Spiridonov, London 8-83 Ian MacInnis, Cornwall Norm Milley, Sudbury Wayne Presley, Kitchener 99- Sheldon Keefe, Barrie Dave MacLean, Belleville - Branko Radivojevic, Belv Ray Sheppard, Cornwall - Mike Renzi, Belleville Ron Goodall, Kitchener -3 Matt Foy, Ottawa SEASON PLAYER 3-4 Corey Perry, London 4-5 Corey Perry, London 5-6 David Bolland, London 6-7 Patrick Kane, London 7-8 John Hughes, Brampton 8-9 Bryan Cameron, Belleville 9- Taylor Beck, Guelph - Jason Akeson, Kit/Tyler Toffoli, Ott - Tyler Toffoli, Ottawa -3 Seth Griffith, London 3-4 Connor Brown, Erie 4-5 Mitchell Marner, London 5-6 Kevin Labanc, Barrie 6-7 Alex DeBrincat, Erie 49

150 Max Kaminsky Trophy (Defenceman of the Year) DARREN RADDYSH ERIE OTTERS Darren Raddysh becomes the first Otter to ever win the award after leading all OHL defencemen in scoring this season with 8 points including 6 goals and 65 assists in 6 games while establishing new team single season records for assists and points from the blue line surpassing Chris Campoli s marks of 46 and 66 set in 3-4. The -year-old from Caledon, Ont., was also recently announced as the Leo Lalonde Memorial Trophy recipient as this season s Overage Player of the Year. He becomes the first player in OHL history to earn both awards, and just the second overage defenceman to earn the Max Kaminsky Trophy following current Los Angeles Kings star Jake Muzzin who received the honour as a member of the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds in 9-. The Max Kaminsky Trophy is awarded annually to the Most Outstanding Defenceman as selected by League general managers. Prior to 969, the Kaminsky Trophy was awarded to the Most Gentlemanly Player. The award is named in recognition of Kaminsky, who enjoyed a -year professional playing career that included four years in the NHL with Ottawa, Boston and Montreal. After he retired from playing, Kaminsky enjoyed a 5-year coaching career that was capped by winning the Memorial Cup with the St. Catharines Teepees in 96. SEASON PLAYER, CLUB SEASON PLAYER, CLUB SEASON PLAYER, CLUB Ron Plumb, Peterborough Jeff Brown, Sby/Terry Carkner, Pbo - Erik Reitz, Barrie 97-7 Jocelyn Guevremont, Montreal Kerry Huffman, Guelph -3 Brendan Bell, Ottawa 97-7 Denis Potvin, Ottawa Darryl Shannon, Windsor 3-4 James Wisniewski, Plymouth Denis Potvin, Ottawa Bryan Fogarty, Niagara Falls 4-5 Danny Syvret, London Jim Turkiewicz, Peterborough John Slaney, Cornwall 5-6 Andrej Sekera, Owen Sound Mike O Connell, Kingston 99-9 Chris Snell, Ottawa 6-7 Marc Staal, Sudbury Rick Green, London 99-9 Drake Berehowsky, North Bay 7-8 Drew Doughty, Guelph Craig Hartsburg, S.S. Marie Chris Pronger, Peterborough 8-9 Ryan Ellis, Windsor Brad Marsh, Ldn/Rob Ramage, Ldn Jamie Rivers, Sudbury 9- Jacob Muzzin, Sault Ste. Marie Greg Theberge, Peterborough Bryan Berard, Detroit - Ryan Ellis, Windsor Larry Murphy, Peterborough Bryan Berard, Detroit - Dougie Hamilton, Niagara 98-8 Randy Boyd, Ottawa Sean Blanchard, Ottawa -3 Ryan Sproul, S.S. Marie 98-8 Ron Meighan, Niagara Falls Chris Allen, Kingston 3-4 Aaron Ekblad, Barrie Allan MacInnis, Kitchener Brian Campbell, Ottawa 4-5 Anthony DeAngelo, Sault Ste. Marie Brad Shaw, Ottawa 999- John Erskine, London 5-6 Mikhail Sergachev, Windsor Bob Halkidis, London - Alexei Semenov, Sudbury 6-7 Darren Raddysh, Erie Executive of the Year The OHL Executive of the Year Award is presented annually to the executive whose team demonstrates success both on the ice and at the administration level through excellent organization and franchise success. The winner is selected by the League s Executive Council. SEASON WINNER Sam McMaster, Sudbury 99-9 Sherwood Bassin, SSM 99-9 Bert Templeton, North Bay Jim Rutherford, Detroit Jim Rutherford, Detroit Mike Kelly, Guelph Bert Templeton, Barrie Ed Rowe, Peterborough Paul McIntosh, London Jeff Hunt, Ottawa 999- Robert Ciccarelli, Sarnia - Not awarded - Sherwood Bassin, Erie -3 Steve Bienkowski, Kit 3-4 Mark Hunter, London 4-5 Michael Futa, Owen Sound 5-6 Craig Goslin, Saginaw 5 SEASON WINNER 6-7 Craig Goslin, Saginaw 7-8 Denise Burke, Niagara 8-9 Warren Rychel, Windsor 9- Rick Gaetz, Guelph - Dale DeGray, Owen Sound - Steve Bienkowski, Kit -3 Mike Vellucci, Plymouth 3-4 Not awarded 4-5 Not awarded 5-6 Not awarded 6-7 Not awarded Ken Bodendistel Character Award for Officials The Bodie is presented annually to the OHL official who demonstrates a passion and dedication to officiating and the game of hockey, who best exemplifies leadership on and off the ice, professionalism, and is respected by OHL member teams, players, and fellow officials alike. The award was established in 3 to honour late Ken Bodendistel, who passed away on Nov., 3. Nominations for The Bodie are made by OHL officials and reviewed by a Selection Committee comprised of the league s Supervisory staff and Director of Officiating. The award is presented annually at the Officiating Camp. The 4-5 winner of the award is referee Joe Celestin, a native of London, Ont. who is entering his st OHL season. He worked the lines for seasons and is set to referee in his tenth season. YEAR RECIPIENT -3 Scott Oakman 3-4 Sean Reid 4-5 Steve Corlyon YEAR RECIPIENT 5-6 Mike Cairns 6-7 Joe Celestin

151 Goaltender of the Year MICHAEL MCNIVEN OWEN SOUND ATTACK Michael McNiven played in 54 games carrying a record of including six shutout victories that tied for a league-high, while also posting a league-low goals-against-average of.3 and a save percentage of.95 that ranked sixth overall. His 4 wins not only led the OHL but established a new Attack single season record surpassing Jordan Binnington s previous mark of 3 set during his award winning -3 season. During the 6-7 campaign, McNiven was part of an Attack squad that set franchise records for wins (49) and points () while surrendering a league-low 77 goals-against earning the league s Dave Pinkney Trophy with partner Emanuel Vella. He won straight games from December 9 through January contributing to the club s record 5-game winning-streak and was recognized with Pioneer Energy OHL Player of the Week honours on January. McNiven also earned Vaughn OHL Goaltender of the Month honours for February and was acknowledged in the Western Conference Coaches Poll finishing second in the Best Puckhandling Goalie vote, and first in the Best Shootout Goalie vote. Each year, the OHL awards the player that is selected by the member teams as the top goaltender in the League. The winner is the OHL s nominee for the CHL Goaltender of the Year. SEASON PLAYER Bujar Amidovski, Toronto SEASON PLAYER Rick Tabaracci, Cornwall Brian Finley, Barrie 8-9 Mike Murphy, Belleville Gus Morschauser, Kitchener 999- Andrew Raycroft, Kingston 9- Chris Carrozzi, Mississauga Jeff Fife, Belleville - Craig Andersson, Guelph - Mark Visentin, Niagara 99-9 Mike Torchia, Kitchener - Ray Emery, S.S. Marie - Michael Houser, London 99-9 Mike Fountain, Oshawa -3 Andy Chiodo, Toronto -3 Jordan Binnington, Owen Sound Manny Legace, Niagara Falls 3-4 Paulo Colaiacovo, Barrie 3-4 Alex Nedeljkovic, Plymouth Jamie Storr, Owen Sound 4-5 Michael Ouzas, Mississauga 4-5 Lucas Peressini, Kingston Tyler Moss, Kingston 5-6 Adam Dennis, London 5-6 Mackenzie Blackwood, Barrie Craig Hillier, Ottawa 6-7 Steve Mason, London 6-7 Michael McNiven, Owen Sound Zac Bierk, Peterborough 7-8 Mike Murphy, Belleville Jack Ferguson Award (First Overall Selection) RYAN SUZUKI BARRIE COLTS The Fergie is presented annually to the player selected first overall in the Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection. The award recognizes the dedication and contributions made by Jack Ferguson during his 5 year association with the Ontario Hockey League, first as a scout with the Ottawa 67 s and followed by his appointment as head of the OHL s Central Scouting Bureau in 98 as its Director of Central Scouting. Ryan Suzuki was named the ALLIANCE Minor Midget Player of the Year after leading the league in scoring with 9 goals and 4 assists for 59 points in 3 games helping the Jr. Knights capture their seventh straight league title qualifying for the OHL Cup as the tournament s top ranked team. Following his Minor Midget campaign, Suzuki joined the GOJHL s London Nationals and helping them secure a Western Conference title. He was the first overall pick of the Barrie Colts in the 7 OHL Priority Selection. YEAR PLAYER, TEAM 98 Dan Quinn, Belleville 98 Kirk Muller, Guelph 983 Trevor Stienburg, Guelph 984 Dave Moylan, Sudbury 985 Bryan Fogarty, Kingston 986 Troy Mallette, S.S. Marie 987 John Uniac, Sudbury 988 Drake Berehowsky, Kingston 989 Eric Lindros, S.S. Marie 99 Pat Peake, Detroit 99 Todd Harvey, Detroit 99 Jeff O Neill, Guelph 993 Alyn McCauley, Ottawa YEAR PLAYER, TEAM 994 Jeff Brown, Sarnia 995 Daniel Tkaczuk, Barrie 996 Rico Fata, London 997 Charlie Stephens, Toronto 998 Jay Harrison, Brampton 999 Jason Spezza, Mississauga Patrick Jarrett, Mississauga Patrick O Sullivan, Mississauga Robbie Schremp, Mississauga 3 Patrick McNeill, Saginaw 4 John Hughes, Belleville 5 John Tavares, Oshawa 6 Steven Stamkos, Sarnia YEAR PLAYER, TEAM 7 Ryan O Reilly, Erie 8 John McFarland, Sudbury 9 Daniel Catenacci, S.S. Marie Alex Galchenyuk, Sarnia Aaron Ekblad, Barrie Connor McDavid, Erie 3 Travis Konecny, Ottawa 4 Jakob Chychrun, Sarnia 5 David Levin, Sudbury 6 Ryan Merkley, Guelph 7 Ryan Suzuki, Barrie 5

152 Dave Pinkney Trophy (Lowest Team Goals Against) MICHAEL MCNIVEN AND EMANUEL VELLA OWEN SOUND ATTACK The Owen Sound Attack allowed the fewest goals in the OHL this season with just 77 against, backstopped by the tandem of Michael McNiven and Emanuel Vella who earn the Dave Pinkney Trophy for the 6-7 season. McNiven, a 9-year-old from Georgetown, ON, led the league with a.3 goals-against-average and finished the 6-7 campaign with a.95 save percentage in 54 games. The Montreal Canadiens prospect carried a record of which led the league in wins and also set an Attack single season record. His six shutouts were tied for a league-high and brought his career total to which is also a new franchise mark. Vella, an 8-year-old from Toronto, ON, played eight games for the Attack posting a 5--- record with a goals-against-average 3. and save percentage of.863 after being acquired from the London Knights in November. SEASON PLAYER, CLUB Gil Mayer, Barrie Don Lockhart, Marlboros 95-5 Don Lockhart, Marlboros & Lorne Howes, Barrie 95-5 Don Head, Marlboros John Henderson, Marlboros Dennis Riggin, Hamilton John Albani, Marlboros Jim Crockett, Marlboros Len Broderick, Marlboros Len Broderick, Marlboros Jacques Caron, Peterborough Gerry Cheevers, St. Michael s 96-6 Bud Blom, Hamilton 96-6 George Holmes, Montreal Chuck Goddard, Peterborough Bernie Parent, Niagara Falls Bernie Parent, Niagara Falls Ted Ouimet, Montreal Peter McDuffe, St. Catharines Jim Rutherford/Gerry Gray, Hamilton Wayne Wood/Ted Tucker, Montreal John Garrett, Peterborough 97-7 John Garrett, Peterborough 97-7 Michel Larocque, Ottawa Mike Palmateer, Toronto Marlboros Don Edwards, Kitchener Greg Millen, Peterborough Jim Bedard, Sudbury Pat Riggin, London Al Jensen, Hamilton Nick Ricci/Glen Ernst, Niagara Falls Rick LaFerriere/Terry Wright, Peterborough 98-8 Jim Ralph, Ottawa 98-8 Marc D Amour/John Vanbiesbrouck, S.S.M Peter Sidorkiewicz/Jeff Hogg, Oshawa Bill Long Award (Distinguished Service to the OHL) YEAR RECIPIENT 989 Alec Campagnaro, Guelph Platers 989 Earl Montagano, Ottawa 67 s 99 Sherwood Bassin, S.S. Marie Greyhounds 99 Herb Warr, Peterborough Petes 993 Dr. Robert L. Vaughan, Belleville Bulls 994 Brian Kilrea, Ottawa 67 s 997 Frank Bonello, Toronto 997 Wren Blair, Kingston Frontenacs Jim Lever, OHL Jack Ferguson, OHL 3 Norm Bryan, Peterborough Petes 5 Bert Templeton YEAR RECIPIENT 6 Jeff Twohey, Peterborough Petes 8 Don Brankley, London Knights & Gil Hughes, Oshawa Generals 9 Bert O Brien, Ottawa; Sam Sisco, OHL Peter Karmanos Jr., Plymouth Whalers 3 Ray McKelvie, Owen Sound Attack 6 Pat Casey, Peterborough Petes SEASON PLAYER, CLUB Darren Pang/Greg Coram, Ottawa Scott Mosey/Marty Abrams, S.S. Marie Kay Whitmore/Ron Tugnutt, Peterborough Jeff Hackett/Sean Evoy, Oshawa Todd Bojcun/John Tanner, Peterborough John Tanner/Todd Bojcun, Peterborough Jeff Wilson/Sean Gauthier, Kingston 99-9 Mike Lenarduzzi/Kevin Hodson, S.S. Marie 99-9 Kevin Hodson, Sault Ste. Marie Chad Lang/Ryan Douglas, Peterborough Sandy Allan/Scott Roche, North Bay Mark McArthur/Andy Adams, Guelph Dan Cloutier/Brett Thompson, Guelph Tim Keyes/Craig Hillier, Ottawa Craig Hillier/Seamus Kotyk, Ottawa Robert Holsinger/Rob Zepp, Plymouth 999- Rob Zepp/Bill Ruggiero, Plymouth - Rob Zepp/Paul Drew, Plymouth - Jason Bacashihua/Paul Drew, Plymouth -3 Paul Drew/Jeff Weber, Plymouth 3-4 Gerald Coleman/Ryan MacDonald, London 4-5 Gerald Coleman/Adam Dennis, London 5-6 Dan Turple/Mark Packwood, Kitchener 6-7 Michal Neuvirth/Jeremy Smith, Plymouth 7-8 Kyle Gajewski/Bryce O Hagan, S.S. Marie 8-9 Andrew Engelage/Josh Unice, Windsor 9- Chris Carrozzi/JP Anderson, Mississauga - JP Anderson/Mikael Audette, Mississauga - Mark Visentin/Chris Festarini, Niagara -3 Jordan Binnington/Brandon Hope, Owen Sound 3-4 Oscar Dansk/Devin Williams, Erie 4-5 Ken Appleby/Jeremy Brodeur, Oshawa 5-6 Tyler Parsons/Brendan Burke, London 6-7 Michael McNiven/Emanuel Vella, Owen Sound The Bill Long Award for Distinguished Service is presented in recognition and appreciation of an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the OHL. The recipient must be or have been actively engaged in Junior Hockey. The Award was initiated in 989 to commemorate the efforts and contributions of Bill Long during his days in the Ontario Hockey League, spanning over three decades as a coach and manager of the Niagara Falls Flyers, Ottawa 67 s and London Knights. 5

153 Emms Family Award (Rookie of the Year) RYAN MERKLEY GUELPH STORM Ryan Merkley led all OHL rookies with 55 points in 6 games played scoring goals and 43 assists positioning him eighth overall among all OHL defenders. He became the first rookie in franchise history to lead the team in scoring, and is the first OHL defenceman since London s Rick Corriveau in to lead all rookies in scoring. The 6-year-old from Mississauga, Ont., selected first overall by the Storm in the 6 OHL Priority Selection, is just the second member of the organization to earn the award following fellow Storm first overall pick Jeff O Neill during the season. Merkley s 55 points are the most by a Storm 6-year-old since O Neill s 79 during his first campaign. He recorded 6 multi-point performances during 6-7 and was voted third in both the Best Playmaker and Best Stickhandler categories in the Western Conference Coaches Poll. The Emms Family Award is presented annually to the top first year Ontario Hockey League player as selected by the OHL general managers. The award was donated by Leighton Hap Emms, former owner of the Barrie, Niagara Falls and St. Catharines OHL franchises. Hap Emms was also a long time coach and general manager of Barrie, Niagara Falls and St. Catharines. He is 5th among all-time winningest OHL coaches. SEASON PLAYER, CLUB Denis Maruk, London Jack Valiquette, Sault Ste. Marie Danny Shearer, Hamilton John Tavella, Sault Ste. Marie Mike Gartner, Niagara Falls Wayne Gretzky, Sault Ste. Marie John Goodwin, Sault Ste. Marie Bruce Dowie, Toronto 98-8 Tony Tanti, Oshawa 98-8 Pat Verbeek, Sudbury Bruce Cassidy, Ottawa Shawn Burr, Kitchener Derek King, Sault Ste. Marie Lonnie Loach, Guelph Andrew Cassels, Ottawa SEASON PLAYER, CLUB Rick Corriveau, London Owen Nolan, Cornwall Chris Longo, Peterborough 99-9 Cory Stillman, Windsor 99-9 Chris Gratton, Kingston Jeff O Neill, Guelph Vitali Yachmenev, North Bay Bryan Berard, Detroit Joe Thornton, Sault Ste. Marie Peter Sarno, Windsor David Legwand, Plymouth Sheldon Keefe, Barrie 999- Derek Roy, Kitchener - Rick Nash, London - Patrick O Sullivan, Mississauga SEASON PLAYER, CLUB -3 Rob Schremp, Mississauga 3-4 Bryan Little, Barrie 4-5 Benoit Pouliot, Sudbury 5-6 John Tavares, Oshawa 6-7 Patrick Kane, London 7-8 Taylor Hall, Windsor 8-9 Evgeny Grachev, Brampton 9- Matt Puempel, Peterborough - Nail Yakupov, Sarnia - Aaron Ekblad, Barrie -3 Connor McDavid, Erie 3-4 Travis Konecny, Ottawa 4-5 Alex DeBrincat, Erie 5-6 Alexander Nylander, Mississauga 6-7 Ryan Merkley, Guelph FW Dinty Moore Trophy (Lowest Rookie GAA) MATTHEW VILLALTA SAULT STE. MARIE GREYHOUNDS The F.W. Dinty Moore Trophy is awarded annually to the first year goaltender with the best goals against average during the regular schedule. The trophy is named after Port Colborne native F.W. Dinty Moore, the President of the OHA from Moore was honored as a Life Member of the OHA in 96. Matthew Villalta is the 6-7 recipient of the F.W. Dinty Moore Trophy registering the best goals-against-average among OHL rookie goaltenders in 6-7 with a mark of.4 for the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds who captured their third West Division title in four years. His.4 GAA was the fifth lowest across the league, and set a new team record. SEASON PLAYER, CLUB AVG Mark Locken, Hamilton Barry Heard, London Ken Ellacott, Peterborough Nick Ricci, Niagara Falls Mike Vezina, Ottawa John Vanbiesbrouck, S.S. Marie Shawn Kilroy, Peterborough Dan Burrows, Belleville Gerry Iuliano, S.S. Marie Ron Tugnutt, Peterborough Paul Henriques, Belleville Jeff Hackett, Oshawa Todd Bojcun, Peterborough Jeff Wilson, Kingston Sean Basilio, London Kevin Hodson, S.S. Marie Sandy Allan, North Bay Ken Shepard, Oshawa Scott Roche, North Bay David MacDonald, Sudbury Brett Thompson, Guelph 3.9 SEASON PLAYER, CLUB AVG Shawn Degagne, Kitchener Seamus Kotyk, Ottawa Levente Szuper, Ottawa Andrew Sim, Sarnia.93 - Andy Chiodo, Toronto.49 - Jason Bacashihua, Plymouth.34-3 Ryan Munce, Sarnia Ryan MacDonald, London Kyle Gajewski, Sault Ste. Marie Trevor Cann, Peterborough Michal Neuvirth, Plymouth Josh Unice, Kitchener J.P. Anderson, Mississauga Petr Mrazek, Ottawa 3. - Matej Machovsky, Brampton.9 - Daniel Altshuller, Oshawa Alex Nedeljkovic, Plymouth Matthew Mancina, Guelph Michael McNiven, Owen Sound Michael DiPietro, Windsor Matthew Villalta, Sault Ste. Marie.4 53

154 Dan Snyder Memorial Trophy (Humanitarian of the Year) GARRETT MCFADDEN GUELPH STORM In September, 6, Storm captain Garrett McFadden introduced McFadden s Movement, a mental health campaign that strives to change, help, and develop mental health among athletes. Directly affected by the loss of a close family friend, Wes Cameron, to suicide in, McFadden has drawn on his own challenges when connecting with youth. This season McFadden has been hosted by 5 different minor hockey teams and local schools highlighting the pressures of sport and the importance of talking about mental health and eliminating the stigma. McFadden s Movement was designed and launched in partnership with the Canadian Mental Health Association with all youth presentations accompanied by a CMHA professional and paired with McFadden s own SafeTalk training received through the league s Talk Today initiative. The Movement has also included a strong awareness campaign powered through social media, the sale and distribution of over,5 program wristbands, as well as fundraising for mental health resources supporting Wes for Youth Online - a free counselling service created in memory of Wes Cameron, and the CMHA Waterloo-Wellington branch. To date, the Movement has raised over $7,. The Ontario Hockey League Board of Governors announced on November 9, 4 that the OHL Humanitarian of the Year award was renamed the Dan Snyder Memorial Trophy in recognition of the former Owen Sound Platers captain who died from injuries sustained in an automobile accident in September, 4. Snyder, who played four seasons with Owen Sound, was twice named his team s humanitarian of the year in recognition of his tremendous efforts in supporting community activities. SEASON PLAYER SEASON PLAYER SEASON PLAYER Keli Corpse, Kingston - David Silverstone, Belleville - Jack Walchessen, Peterborough Brent Tully, Peterborough -3 Michael Mole, Belleville - Andrew D Agostini, Peterborough Brad Brown, North Bay 3-4 Chris Campoli, Erie -3 Ben Fanelli, Kitchener Craig Mills, Belleville 4-5 Jeff MacDougald, Peterborough 3-4 Scott Simmonds, Belleville Mike Martone, Peterborough 5-6 Mike Angelidis, Owen Sound 4-5 Nick Paul, North Bay Jason Metcalfe, London 6-7 Andrew Gibbons, Belleville 5-6 Will Petschenig, Saginaw Ryan McKie, Sudbury 7-8 Peter Stevens, Kingston 6-7 Garrett McFadden, Guelph 999- Dan Tessier, Ottawa 8-9 Chris Terry, Plymouth - Joey Sullivan, Erie 9- Ryan Hayes, Plymouth Mickey Renaud Captains Trophy ALEX PETERS FLINT FIREBIRDS Alex Peters was chosen as the OHL team captain that best exemplifies leadership on and off the ice, with a passion and dedication to the game of hockey and community that Mickey Renaud demonstrated. Peters was the first captain named in Firebirds history, given the C prior to the 5-6 season when the team relocated from Plymouth. Affectionately known as Captain Petey, he quickly became a public figure around Flint and Genesee County large in part to his mature approach to leadership, but also as the club s community spokesman. During his two years as Firebirds captain, Peters was a two-time recipient of the club s Humanitarian Award leading events such as the Firebirds Fight Hunger campaign, spearheading teddy bear donations to children s organizations, headlining the club s reading program, and making countless visits to local hospitals to visit patients on his own time. The Ontario Hockey League announced in February, 9 that the Mickey Renaud Captain s Trophy will be presented each season to the OHL team captain that best exemplifies the character and commitment that Renaud displayed during his career with the Spitfires. The winner will be one of the OHL member team captains and will be selected by a special media selection committee representing each of the four OHL divisions. The award is named in honour of Mickey Renaud, the former Windsor Spitfires captain, who passed away in February, SEASON PLAYER 8-9 Chris Terry, Plymouth 9- John Kurtz, Sudbury - Ryan Ellis, Windsor - Andrew Agozzino, Niagara -3 Colin Miller, S.S. Marie 3-4 Matt Finn, Guelph 4-5 Max Domi, London 5-6 Michael Webster, Barrie 6-7 Alex Peters, Flint

155 William Hanley Trophy (Most Sportsmanlike Player) NICK SUZUKI OWEN SOUND ATTACK Nick Suzuki finished fifth in league scoring with 96 points including 45 goals and 5 assists in 65 games played with a plus-minus rating of plus-5 that ranked seventh among all OHL skaters. He recorded just penalty minutes in 6-7 which was fewest among the league s top- scorers serving just one minor penalty during the final 6 games of the season. He is the first Owen Sound player to receive the award following a season where the Attack secured franchise best marks of 49 wins and points. A 7-year-old from London, Suzuki recorded 5 multi-point performances including a career-high six-point effort with a goal and five assists against his hometown Knights on February 7. The William Hanley Trophy is awarded annually to the Most Sportsmanlike Player as selected by the League s general managers. This trophy is presented by the OHL to commemorate William Hanley, former Secretary-Manager of the Ontario Hockey Association for over 5 years. Prior to its inception in , the Max Kaminsky Trophy was awarded to the Most Gentlemanly Player. SEASON PLAYER SEASON PLAYER SEASON PLAYER 96-6 Bruce Draper, St. Michael s Kevin Conway, Kingston - Brad Boyes, Erie Otters 96-6 Lowell MacDonald, Hamilton Scott Tottle, Peterborough -3 Kyle Wellwood, Windsor Paul Henderson, Hamilton Jason Lafreniere, Belleville 3-4 Andre Benoit, Kitchener Fred Stanfield, St. Catharines Scott McCrory, Osh/Keith Gretzky, Ham 4-5 Jeff Carter, Sault Ste. Marie Jimmy Peters, Hamilton Andrew Cassels, Ottawa 5-6 Wojtek Wolski, Brampton Andre Lacroix, Peterborough Kevin Miehm, Oshawa 6-7 Tom Pyatt, Saginaw Mickey Redmond, Peterborough Mike Ricci, Peterborough 7-8 Nick Spaling, Kitchener Tom Webster, Niagara Falls 99-9 Dale Craigwell, Oshawa 8-9 Cody Hodgson, Brampton Rejean Houle, Montreal 99-9 John Spoltore, North Bay 9- Ryan Spooner, Peterborough Doug Jarvis, Peterborough Pat Peake, Detroit - Jason Akeson, Kitchener Dale McCourt, Hamilton Jason Allison, London - Brandon Saad, Saginaw Dale McCourt, St. Catharines Vitali Yachmenev, North Bay -3 Tyler Graovac, Belleville Wayne Gretzky, Sault Ste. Marie Jeff Williams, Guelph 3-4 Connor McDavid, Erie Sean Simpson, Ottawa Alyn McCauley, Ottawa 4-5 Dylan Strome, Erie Sean Simpson, Ottawa Matt Bradley, Kingston 5-6 Mike Amadio, North Bay 98-8 John Goodwin, Sault Ste. Marie Brian Campbell, Ottawa 6-7 Nick Suzuki, Owen Sound 98-8 Dave Simpson, London 999- Mike Zigomanis, Kingston Kirk Muller, Guelph - Brad Boyes, Erie Otters Leo Lalonde Memorial Trophy (Top Overage Player) DARREN RADDYSH ERIE OTTERS Darren Raddysh led all overage players in scoring this season with 8 points in 6 games including 6 goals and 65 assists. His 8 points were tops among OHL defencemen and established a new Otters single season mark for production from the blueline. Raddysh is just the second defenceman following Andre Benoit (Kitchener 4-5) to win the award in 34 years and joins former Otters Cory Pecker (-) and Dane Fox (3-4) as overage award recipients. A -year-old from Caledon, Raddysh played in 74 regular season games accumulating 4 goals and 43 assists for 84 points. The Leo Lalonde Memorial Trophy is awarded annually to the overage player of the year as selected by the League s general managers. The trophy was donated by the trainers of the League in memory of the late Leo Lalonde, former Chief Scout of the OHL s Central Scouting Bureau. He was formerly the Chief Scout for the Belleville Bulls, as well as a former scout with the Peterborough Petes. SEASON PLAYER Don McLaren, Ottawa Dunc MacIntyre, Belleville Steve Guenette, Guelph Mike Richard, Toronto Len Soccio, North Bay Stan Drulia, Niagara Falls Iain Fraser, Oshawa 99-9 Joey St. Aubin, Kitchener 99-9 John Spoltore, North Bay Scott Hollis, Oshawa B.J. MacPherson, North Bay Bill Bowler, Windsor SEASON PLAYER Aaron Brand, Sarnia Zac Bierk, Peterborough Bujar Amidovski, Toronto Ryan Ready, Belleville 999- Dan Tessier, Ottawa - Randy Rowe, Belleville - Cory Pecker, Erie -3 Chad Larose, Plymouth 3-4 Martin St. Pierre, Guelph 4-5 Andre Benoit, Kitchener 5-6 Ryan Callahan, Guelph 6-7 Tyler Donati, Belleville SEASON PLAYER 7-8 Michael Swift, Niagara 8-9 Justin DiBenedetto, Sarnia 9- Bryan Cameron, Barrie - Jason Akeson, Kitchener - Andrew Agozzino, Niagara -3 Charles Sarault, Sarnia 3-4 Dane Fox, Erie 4-5 Joseph Blandisi, Barrie 5-6 Kevin Labanc, Barrie 6-7 Darren Raddysh, Erie 55

156 Bobby Smith Trophy (Scholastic Player of the Year) SASHA CHMELEVSKI OTTAWA 67 S Sasha Chmelevski earns OHL Scholastic Player of the Year honours achieving a 98% average across his six Grade courses. The 67 s forward studied British Literature, Sports and Entertainment Marketing, Anatomy and Physiology, Probability and Statistics, Psychology, and Physical Education through Michigan s Virtual Charter Academy. The 7-year-old from Northville, Michigan, scored goals and assists for 43 points in 58 games played during his first full season in the nation s capital. The first round pick of the Sarnia Sting in the 5 OHL Priority Selection joined the 67 s midway through last season and is now among the top OHL players eligible for the 7 NHL Draft listed 43rd among North American players by NHL Central Scouting. Last season he was a finalist for the Ivan Tennant Award for Top High School Student. The Bobby Smith Trophy is awarded annually to the OHL Scholastic Player of the Year who best combines high standards of play and academic excellence. The trophy is in honour of Bobby Smith, former Ottawa 67 s star who exhibited the standard of excellence required by the award. Each team s nominee for the award becomes a member of the OHL Scholastic Team of the Year. SEASON PLAYER Steve Konroyd, Oshawa 98-8 Doug Smith, Ottawa 98-8 Dave Simpson, London Dave Gagner, Brantford Scott Tottle, Peterborough Craig Billington, Belleville Chris Clifford, Kingston John McIntyre, Guelph Darrin Shannon, Windsor Brian Collinson, Toronto Ryan Kuwabara, Ottawa 99-9 Nathan LaFayette, Cornwall 99-9 Nathan LaFayette, Cornwall SEASON PLAYER Tim Spitzig, Kitchener Ethan Moreau, Niagara Falls Jamie Wright, Guelph Boyd Devereaux, Kitchener Jake McCracken, S.S.M Manny Malhotra, Guelph Rob Zepp, Plymouth 999- Brad Boyes, Erie - Dustin Brown, Guelph - Dustin Brown, Guelph -3 Dustin Brown, Guelph 3-4 Scott Lehman, Toronto 4-5 Richard Clune, Sarnia SEASON PLAYER 5-6 Danny Battochio, Ottawa 6-7 Steven Stamkos, Sarnia 7-8 Ryan Ellis, Windsor 8-9 Matt Duchene, Brampton 9- Erik Gudbranson, Kingston - Dougie Hamilton, Niagara - Adam Pelech, Erie -3 Darnell Nurse, S.S. Marie 3-4 Connor McDavid, Erie 4-5 Connor McDavid, Erie 5-6 Nicolas Hague, Mississauga 6-7 Sasha Chmelevski, Ottawa 6-7 OHL Scholastic Team Barrie Colts Kyle Heitzner Erie Otters Alex DeBrincat Flint Firebirds Ty Dellandrea Guelph Storm Nate Schnarr Hamilton Bulldogs Matthew Strome* Kingston Frontenacs Brett Neumann Kitchener Rangers Riley Damiani London Knights Alex Formenton Mississauga Steelheads Nicolas Hague* Niagara IceDogs Ben Jones North Bay Battalion Adam McMaster Oshawa Generals Kyle Keyser* Ottawa 67 s Sasha Chmelevski Owen Sound Attack Nick Suzuki Peterborough Petes Zach Gallant* Saginaw Spirit Damien Giroux Sarnia Sting Ryan McGregor Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Conor Timmins* Sudbury Wolves Owen Lalonde Windsor Spitfires Michael DiPietro* * also member of 5-6 OHL Scholastic Team 56

157 OHL Scholastic Awards In March 5, the Ontario Hockey League announced two new awards to annually recognize the accomplishments of the top student athletes that compete in the OHL. The Roger Neilson Memorial Award was created to recognize the OHL s top academic player attending university and the Ivan Tennant Memorial Award was created to recognize the OHL s top academic player attending high school. The awards are presented annually along with the Bobby Smith Trophy, which is awarded to the OHL player that best combines hockey and education. Ivan Tennant Memorial Award QUINN HANNA GUELPH STORM Guelph Storm rookie Quinn Hanna achieved a 96% average during the 6-7 academic year with a full six-course Grade workload at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic High School where he studied University English, University Physics, University Biology, Religious Education, University Calculus and Vectors, and University Chemistry. The 8-year-old from Peterborough, Ont., was chosen by the Storm in the fifth round of the 5 OHL Priority Selection. The defenceman played in 37 games this season with four points including his first career goal scored on February against the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds. Ivan Tennant Memorial Award - This award is given out each year to the top academic high school student in the OHL. The award is based on the player s average in his best six courses regardless of level of difficulty of the courses. The award is named in honour of Ivan Tennant who spent a lifetime combining hockey and education. He was the Kitchener Rangers Education Consultant for years and a key figure on the OHL s Academic Advisor s Committee. SEASON PLAYER 4-5 Matt Pelech, Sarnia 5-6 Joe Pleckaitis, Ottawa 6-7 Andrew Shorkey, Owen Sound 7-8 Alex Freisen, Niagara 8-9 Freddie Hamilton, Niagara SEASON PLAYER 9- Dougie Hamilton, Niagara - Andrew D Agostini, Peterborough - Adam Pelech, Erie -3 Connor Burgess, Sudbury 3-4 Adam Craievich, Guelph Roger Neilson Memorial Award STEPHEN GIBSON MISSISSAUGA STEELHEADS Stephen Gibson is a Ryerson University student excelling in Business courses that include Human Resources Management, Intro to Financial Accounting, Principles of Marketing, and Microeconomics. This marks the second straight season the Top Post-Secondary Student is also a member of the Steelheads as Gibson follows former teammate Damian Bourne who earned the award in 5-6. Roger Neilson Memorial Award - This award is presented each year to recognize the top post-secondary player in the OHL. The Roger Neilson Memorial Award is named in honour of the Hall of Fame Coach. While coaching the Peterborough Petes in the late 96 s and early 97 s, Neilson, a former high school teacher, was a pioneer in stressing the importance of education to all of his players. SEASON PLAYER 4-5 Stephen Dhillon, Niagara 5-6 Kyle Keyser, Flint 6-7 Quinn Hanna, Guelph SEASON PLAYER 4-5 Dan Battochio, Ottawa 5-6 Dan Battochio, Ottawa 6-7 Derrick Bagshaw, Erie 7-8 Scott Aarssen, London 8-9 Tim Priamo, Guelph SEASON PLAYER 9- Derek Lanoue, Windsor - Derek Lanoue, Windsor - Kyle Pereira, Guelph -3 Daniel Altshuller, Oshawa 3-4 Patrick Watling, S.S. Marie SEASON PLAYER 4-5 Justin Nichols, Guelph 5-6 Damian Bourne, Mississauga 6-7 Stephen Gibson, Mississauga 57

158 Canadian Hockey League Awards PLAYER OF THE YEAR SEASON PLAYER, TEAM 6-7 Alex DeBrincat, Erie 5-6 Mitch Marner, London 4-5 Connor McDavid, Erie 3-4 Anthony Mantha, Val-d Or -3 Jonathan Drouin, Halifax - Brendan Shinnimin, Tri-City - Ryan Ellis, Windsor 9- Jordan Eberle, Regina 8-9 Cody Hodgson, Brampton 7-8 Justin Azevedo, Kitchener 6-7 John Tavares, Oshawa 5-6 Alexander Radulov, Quebec 4-5 Sidney Crosby, Rimouski 3-4 Sidney Crosby, Rimouski -3 Corey Locke, Ottawa - P-M Bouchard, Chicoutimi - Simon Gamache, Val d Or 99- Brad Richards, Rimouski Brian Campbell, Ottawa Sergei Varlamov, S. Current Alyn McCauley, Ottawa Christian Dube, Sherbrooke David Ling, Kingston Jason Allison, London 9-93 Pat Peake, Detroit 9-9 Charles Poulin, Ste. Hyac. 9-9 Eric Lindros, Oshawa 89-9 Mike Ricci, Peterborough Bryan Fogarty, Niagara Falls Joe Sakic, Swift Current Rob Brown, Kamloops Luc Robitaille, Hull Dan Hodgson, Prince Albert Mario Lemieux, Laval 8-83 Pat LaFontaine, Verdun 8-8 Dave Simpson, London 8-8 Dale Hawerchuk, Cornwall 79-8 Doug Wickenheiser, Regina Pierre LaCroix, Trois Rivieres Bob Smith, Ottawa Dale McCourt, Hamilton Peter Lee, Ottawa Ed Staniowski, Regina ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 6-7 Nico Hischier, Halifax 5-6 Alexander Nylander, Mississauga 4-5 Alex DeBrincat, Erie 3-4 Nikolaj Ehlers, Halifax -3 Valentin Zykov, Baie-Comeau - Mikhail Grigorenko, Quebec - Nail Yakupov, Sarnia 9- Matt Puempel, Peterborough 8-9 Brett Connolly, Prince George 7-8 Taylor Hall, Windsor 6-7 Patrick Kane, London 5-6 John Tavares, Oshawa 4-5 Benoit Pouliot, Sudbury 3-4 Sidney Crosby, Rimouski -3 Matt Ellison, Red Deer - Patrick O Sullivan, Miss. - Scottie Upshall, Kamloops 99- Dan Blackburn, Kootenay Pavel Brendl, Calgary David Legwand, Plymouth Vincent Lecavalier, Rimouski Joe Thornton, S.S. Marie Bryan Berard, Detroit Vitali Yachmenev, North Bay 9-93 Jeff Friesen, Regina 9-9 Alexandre Daigle, Victoriaville 9-9 Phillippe Boucher, Granby 89-9 Petr Nedved, Seattle Yanic Perrault, Trois-Rivieres Martin Gelinas, Hull DEFENCEMAN OF THE YEAR 6-7 Thomas Chabot, Saint John 5-6 Ivan Provorov, Brandon 4-5 Anthony DeAngelo, S.S. Marie 3-4 Derrick Pouliot -3 Ryan Sproul, S.S. Marie - Dougie Hamilton, Niagara - Ryan Ellis, Windsor 9- David Savard, Moncton 8-9 Jonathan Blum, Vancouver 7-8 Karl Alzner, Calgary 6-7 Kris Russell, Medicine Hat 5-6 Keith Yandle, Moncton 4-5 Danny Syvret, London 3-4 James Wisniewski, Plymouth -3 Brendan Bell, Ottawa - Dan Hamhuis, Prince George - Marc Ande Bergeron, Shaw Micki Dupont, Kamloops Brad Stuart, Calgary Derrick Walser, Rimouski Sean Blanchard, Ottawa Bryan Berard, Detroit Nolan Baumgartner, Kaml Steve Gosselin, Chicoutimi 9-93 Chris Pronger, Peterborough 9-9 Drake Berehowsky, N.Bay 9-9 Patrice Brisebois, Drum John Slaney, Cornwall Bryan Fogarty, Niagara Falls Greg Hawgood, Kamloops GOALTENDER OF THE YEAR 6-7 Michael McNiven, Owen Sound 5-6 Carter Hart, Everett 4-5 Philippe Desrosiers, Rimouski 3-4 Jordon Cooke, Kelowna -3 Patrik Bartosak, Red Deer - Michael Houser, London - Darcy Kuemper, Red Deer 9- Jake Allen, Drummondville 8-9 Mike Murphy, Belleville 7-8 Chet Pickard, Tri-City 6-7 Carey Price, Tri-City 5-6 Justin Pogge, Calgary 4-5 Jeff Glass, Kootenay 3-4 Cam Ward, Red Deer -3 Adam Russo, Ac. Bathurst - Ray Emery, S.S. Marie - Dan Blackburn, Kootenay 99- Andrew Raycroft, Kingston Cody Rudkowsky, Seattle Mathieu Garon, Victoriaville Marc Denis, Chicoutimi Frederic Deschenes, Granby Martin Biron, Beauport Norm Maracle, Saskatoon 9-93 Jocelyn Thibault, Sherbrooke 9-9 Corey Hirsch, Kamloops 9-9 Felix Potvin, Chicoutimi 89-9 Trevor Kidd, Brandon Stephane Fiset, Victoriaville Stephane Beauregard, St. Jean SPORTSMAN OF THE YEAR 6-7 Nick Suzuki, Owen Sound 5-6 Samuel Girard, Shawinigan 4-5 Rourke Chartier, Kelowna 3-4 Sam Reinhart, Kootenay -3 Tyler Graovac, Belleville - Mark Stone, Brandon - Philip-Michael Devos, Gatineau 9- Jason Bast, Moose Jaw 8-9 Cedric Lalonde-McNicoll, Shaw. 7-8 Cedric Lalonde-McNicoll, Shaw. 6-7 David Desharnais, Chicoutimi 5-6 Kris Russell, Medicine Hat 4-5 Jeff Carter, Sault Ste. Marie 3-4 Benoit Mondou, Shawinigan -3 Kyle Wellwood, Windsor - Brad Boyes, Erie - Brandon Reid, Val d Or 99- Jonathan Roy, Moncton Matt Kinch, Calgary Cory Cyrenne, Brandon Kelly Smart, Brandon Hnat Domenichelli, Kamloops Eric Daze, Beauport Yannick Dube, Laval 9-93 Rick Gerard, Swift Current 9-9 Martin Gendron, S. Hyac. 9-9 Pat Falloon, Spokane 89-9 Andrew McKim, Hull HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR 6-7 Tyler Wong, Lethbridge 5-6 Will Petschenig, Saginaw 4-5 Danick Martel, Blainville-Boisbriand 3-4 Sam Fioretti, Moose Jaw -3 Ben Fanelli, Kitchener - Vincent Barnard, Quebec - Spencer Edwards, Moose Jaw 9- Ryan Hayes, Plymouth 8-9 Matthew Pistilli, Shawinigan 7-8 Chris Morehouse, Moncton 6-7 Kyle Moir, Swift Current 5-6 Mike Angelidis, Owen Sound 4-5 Colin Fraser, Red Deer 3-4 Chris Campoli, Erie -3 Ryan Craig, Brandon - Brandin Cote, Spokane - Jim Vandermeer, Red Deer 99- Simone Gamache, Val d Or Philippe Sauve, Rimouski Jason Metcalfe, London Jesse Wallin, Red Deer Craig Mills, Belleville D.A. Beauregard, Ste. Hyac Stephane Roy, Val d Or 9-93 Keli Corpse, Kingston SCHOLASTIC PLAYER OF THE YEAR 6-7 Sasha Chmelevski, Ottawa 5-6 Alexis D Aoust, Shawinigan 4-5 Connor McDavid, Erie 3-4 Connor McDavid, Erie -3 Josh Morrissey, Prince Albert - Jonathan Brunelle, Cape Breton - Dougie Hamilton, Niagara 9- Dominic Jalbert, Chicoutimi 8-9 Stefan Elliott, Saskatoon 7-8 Robert Slaney, Cape Breton 6-7 Alexandre Picard-Hooper, B-C 5-6 P-M Guilbault, Shawinigan 4-5 Gilbert Brule, Vancouver 3-4 Devan Dubnyk, Kamloops -3 Dustin Brown, Guelph - Olivier Michaud, Montreal - Dan Hulak, Portland 99- Brad Boyes, Erie Rob Zepp, Plymouth Kyle Rossiter, Spokane Stefan Cherneski, Brandon Boyd Devereaux, Kitchener Perry Johnson, Regina Patrick Boileau, Laval 9-93 David Profimenkoff, Leth. 9-9 Nathan LaFayette, Cornwall 9-9 Scott Niedermayer, Kamloops 89-9 Jeff Nelson, Prince Albert Jeff Nelson, Prince Albert Darrin Shannon, Windsor BRIAN KILREA COACH OF THE YEAR 6-7 Ryan McGill, Owen Sound 5-6 Gilles Bouchard, Rouyn-Noranda 4-5 Sheldon Keefe, S.S. Marie 3-4 Eric Veilleux, Baie-Comeau -3 Dominique Ducharme, Halifax - Jim Hiller, Tri-City - Gerard Gallant, Saint John 9- Gerard Gallant, Saint John 8-9 Bob Boughner, Windsor 7-8 Bob Boughner, Windsor 6-7 Clement Jodoin, Lewiston 5-6 Wil Desjardins, Med. Hat 4-5 Cory Clouston, Kootenay 3-4 Dale Hunter, London -3 Marc Habscheid, Kelowna - Bob Lowes, Regina - Brent Sutter, Red Deer 99- Peter DeBoer, Plymouth Guy Chouinard, Quebec Dean Clark, Calgary Brian Kilrea, Ottawa Bob Lowes, Brandon Craig Hartsburg, Guelph Bert Templeton, North Bay 9-93 Marcel Comeau, Tacoma 9-9 Bryan Maxwell, Spokane 9-9 Joe Canale, Chicoutimi 89-9 Ken Hitchcock, Kamloops Joe McDonnell, Kitchener Alain Vigneault, Hull TOP SCORER 6-7 Sam Steel, Regina 5-6 Conor Garland, Moncton 4-5 Conor Garland, Moncton/Dylan Strome, Erie 3-4 Connor Brown, Erie -3 Brendan Leipsic, Por/Nicolas Petan, Por - Brendan Shinnimin, Tri-City - Linden Vey, Medicine Hat 9- Brandon Kozun, Calgary 8-9 Yannick Riendeau, Drummondville 7-8 Justin Azevedo, Kitchener 6-7 Patrick Kane, London 5-6 Alexander Radulov, Quebec 4-5 Sidney Crosby, Rimouski 3-4 Sidney Crosby, Rimouski -3 Corey Locke, Ottawa - P-M Bouchard, Chicoutimi - Simon Gamache, Val d Or 99- Brad Richards, Rimouski Mike Ribeiro, Rimouski Ramzi Abid, Chicoutimi Pavel Rosa, Hull Daniel Briere, Drum Marc Savard, Oshawa Jason Allison, London

159 OHL Graduates in the Hockey Hall of Fame NAME OHL CLUB GRAD. Dave Andreychuk Oshawa Generals Syl Apps Paris Greons 93-3 George Armstrong Stratford/Toronto Marlboros Ace Bailey Toronto St. Mary s 93-4 Harold Ballard West Toronto Nationals (mgr) Bill Barber Kitchener Rangers 97-7 Andy Bathgate Guelph Biltmores Bobby Bauer St. Michael s/kitchener Rangers Father David Bauer St. Michael s/oshawa Turk Broda Tor. Marlboros/Ldn Nationals (coach) Billy Burch Toronto Aura Lee 9- Gerry Cheevers Toronto St. Michael s Majors 96-6 Dino Ciccarelli London Knights Paul Coffey S.S.Marie/Kitchener Charlie Conacher Toronto Marlboros 98-9 Lionel Conacher Toronto 99- Roy Conacher West Toronto Nationals Murray Costello St. Michael s Majors Yvan Cournoyer Montreal Jr. Canadiens Hap Day West Toronto Nationals (coach) Alex Delvecchio Oshawa Generals 95-5 Marcel Dionne St. Catharines Blackhawks 97-7 Dick Duff Toronto St. Michael s Majors Woody Dumart Kitchener Greenshirts Phil Esposito St. Catharines Teepees 96-6 Ron Francis Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 98-8 Bob Gainey Peterborough Petes Mike Gartner Niagara Falls Flyers Rod Gilbert Guelph Biltmores Doug Gilmour Cornwall Royals Jim Gregory Toronto Marlboros (coach) Wayne Gretzky Peterborough/S.S.Marie Glenn Hall Windsor Spitfires 95-5 Red Horner Toronto Marlboros Tim Horton Toronto St. Michael s Gordie Howe Galt Red Wings Mark Howe Toronto Marlboros Harry Howell Guelph Biltmores 95-5 Bobby Hull St. Catharines Teepees Punch Imlach Toronto Young Rangers Harvey Busher Jackson Toronto Marlboros 98-9 NAME OHL CLUB GRAD. Peter Karmanos Jr. Plymouth Whalers (owner) Red Kelly Toronto St. Michael s David Keon Toronto St. Michael s Brian Kilrea Hamilton Tiger Cubs Ottawa 67 s (coach) 9- Jacques Laperriere Montreal Jr. Canadiens 96-6 Guy Lapointe Montreal Jr. Canadiens Jacques Lemaire Montreal Jr. Canadiens Eric Lindros Oshawa Generals 99-9 Ted Lindsay St. Michael s/oshawa Harry Lumley Barrie Colts Al MacInnis Kitchener Rangers Frank Mahovlich Toronto St. Michael s Stan Mikita St. Catharines Teepees Larry Murphy Peterborough Petes Bobby Orr Oshawa Generals Bernie Parent Niagara Falls Flyers Brad Park Toronto Marlboros Gilbert Perreault Montreal Jr. Canadiens Pierre Pilote St. Catharines Teepees 95-5 Rudy Pilous St. Catharines (coach/manager) Denis Potvin Ottawa 67 s Joe Primeau St.Michael s/st.marys/marlboros96-7 Chris Pronger Peterborough Petes Marcel Pronovost Windsor Spitfires Bob Pulford Toronto Marlboros Bill Quackenbush Toronto Native Sons/Brantford 94-4 Pat Quinn Hamilton Tiger Cubs/Red Wings Jean Ratelle Guelph Biltmores Larry Robinson Kitchener Rangers 97-7 Serge Savard Montreal Jr. Canadiens Terry Sawchuk Galt Red Wings/Windsor Milt Schmidt Kitchener Greenshirts Frank Selke Sr. Toronto Marlboros (coach) Brendan Shanahan London Knights Steve Shutt Toronto Marlboros 97-7 Harry Sinden Oshawa Generals Darryl Sittler London Knights 97-7 Scott Stevens Kitchener Rangers 98-8 Rogie Vachon Montreal Jr. Canadiens Steve Yzerman Peterborough Petes

160 OHL All-Star Teams 6-7 First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Michael McNiven, Owen Sound Tyler Parsons, London Michael DiPietro, Windsor Defence Santino Centorame, Owen Sound Ryan Mantha, Niagara Filip Hronek, Saginaw Defence Darren Raddysh, Erie Mikhail Sergachev, Windsor Olli Juolevi, London Centre Dylan Strome, Erie Nick Suzuki, Owen Sound Cliff Pu, London Right Wing Alex DeBrincat, Erie Petrus Palmu, Owen Sound Taylor Raddysh, Erie Left Wing Adam Mascherin, Kitchener Jonah Gadjovich, Owen Sound Kevin Hancock, Owen Sound Coach Ryan McGill, Owen Sound Kris Knoblauch, Erie Drew Bannister, Sault Ste. Marie 5-6 First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Mackenzie Blackwood, Barrie Devin Williams, Erie Alex Nedeljkovic, Niagara Defence Mikhail Sergachev, Windsor Travis Dermott, Erie Olli Juolevi, London Defence Rasmus Andersson, Barrie Jakob Chychrun, Sarnia Roland McKeown, Kingston Centre Christian Dvorak, London Mike Amadio, North Bay Dylan Strome, Erie Right Wing Mitch Marner, London Kevin Labanc, Barrie Alex DeBrincat, Erie Left Wing Matthew Tkachuk, London Andrew Mangiapane, Barrie Alexander Nylander, Mississauga Coach Kris Knoblauch, Erie Rocky Thompson, Windsor Mike Van Ryn, Kitchener 4-5 First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Lucas Peressini, Kingston Ken Appleby, Oshawa Alex Nedeljkovic, Plymouth Defence Anthony DeAngelo, S.S. Marie Darnell Nurse, S. S. Marie Jakob Chychrun, Sarnia Defence Chris Bigras, Owen Sound Rasmus Andersson, Barrie Jordan Subban, Belleville Centre Connor McDavid, Erie Dylan Strome, Erie Joseph Blandisi, Barrie Right Wing Mitch Marner, London Alex DeBrincat, Erie Sergey Tolchinsky, S.S. Marie Left Wing Max Domi, London Tyler Bertuzzi, Guelph Michael Dal Colle, Oshawa Coach Sheldon Keefe, S.S. Marie Jeff Brown, Ottawa D.J. Smith, Oshawa 3-4 First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Alex Nedeljkovic, Plymouth Matt Murray, S.S. Marie Oscar Dansk, Erie Defence Aaron Ekblad, Barrie Adam Pelech, Erie Darnell Nurse, S.S. Marie Defence Slater Koekkoek, Windor Nikita Zadorov, London Matt Finn, Guelph Centre Scott Laughton, Oshawa Connor McDavid, Erie Sam Bennett, Kingston Right Wing Connor Brown, Erie Scott Kosmachuk, Guelph Nick Baptiste, Sudbury Left Wing Dane Fox, Erie Michael Dal Colle, Oshawa Max Domi, London Coach DJ Smith, Oshawa Kris Knoblauch, Erie Scott Walker, Guelph -3 First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Jordan Binnington, Owen Sound John Gibson, Kitchener Malcolm Subban, Belleville Defence Ryan Sproul, S.S. Marie Cody Ceci, Owen Sound Dylan DeMelo, Mississauga Defence Scott Harrington, London Ryan Murphy, Kitchener Colin Miller, S.S. Marie Centre Vincent Trocheck, Plymouth Charles Sarault, Sarnia Boone Jenner, Oshawa Right Wing Seth Griffith, London Brett Ritchie, Niagara Cameron Brace, Owen Sound Left Wing Reid Boucher, Sarnia Garret Ross, Saginaw Anthony Camara, Barrie Coach Mike Vellucci, Plymouth George Burnett, Belleville D.J. Smith, Oshawa - First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Michael Houser, London Mark Visentin, Niagara John Gibson, Kitchener Defence Dougie Hamilton, Niagara Cody Ceci, Ottawa Beau Schmitz, Plymouth Defence Scott Harrington, London Ryan Murphy, Kitchener Ryan Sproul, Sault Ste. Marie Centre Michael Sgarbossa, Sudbury Sean Monahan, Ottawa Alex Friesen, Niagara Right Wing Tyler Toffoli, Ottawa Seth Griffith, London Nail Yakupov, Sarnia Left Wing Brandon Saad, Saginaw Tanner Pearson, Barrie Andrew Agozzino, Niagara Coach Greg Gilbert, Saginaw Steve Spott, Kitchener Stan Butler, Brampton - First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Mark Visentin, Niagara JP Anderson, Mississauga Petr Mrazek, Ottawa Defence Ryan Ellis, Windsor Dougie Hamilton, Niagara Brett Flemming, Mississauga Defence Ryan Murphy, Kitchener Marc Cantin, Mississauga Jesse Blacker, Owen Sound Centre Joey Hishon, Owen Sound Ryan Strome, Niagara Casey Cizikas, Mississauga Right Wing Tyler Toffoli, Ottawa Jason Akeson, Kitchener Christian Thomas, Oshawa Left Wing Garrett Wilson, Owen Sound Marcus Foligno, Sudbury Josh Shalla, Saginaw Coach Mark Reeds, Owen Sound Dave Cameron, Mississauga Michael Vellucci, Plymouth 9- First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Chris Carrozzi, Mis Matt Hackett, Ply Patrick Killeen, Bra Defence Jacob Muzzin, SSM Cameron Gaunce, Mis Alex Pietrangelo, Bar Defence Nick Crawford, Bar Ryan Ellis, Wsr Shawn Lalonde, Belv Centre Tyler Seguin, Ply Nazem Kadri, Ldn Luke Pither, Bar Right Wing Bryan Cameron, Bar Taylor Beck, Gue Greg Nesmisz, Wsr Left Wing Taylor Hall, Wsr Jeremy Morin, Kit Chris MacKinnon, Kit Coach Dale Hunter, Ldn Dave Cameron, Mis Marty Williamson, Bar 8-9 First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Mike Murphy, Belv Thomas McCollum, Bram Edward Pasquale, Sag Defence Ryan Ellis, Wsr Cameron Gaunce, Mis Alex Pietrangelo, Nia Defence P.K. Subban, Belv John Carlson, Ldn Michael Del Zotto, Ldn Centre Cody Hodgson, Bram John Tavares, Ldn Chris Terry, Ply Right Wing Bryan Cameron, Belv Greg Nemisz, Wsr Matt Kennedy, Gue Left Wing Taylor Hall, Wsr Justin DiBenedetto, Sar Evgeny Grachev, Bram Coach Bob Boughner, Wsr George Burnett, Belv Mike Vellucci, Ply 6

161 7-8 First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Mike Murphy, Belv Steve Mason, Kit Thomas McCollum, Gue Defence Drew Doughty, Gue Bobbby Sanguinetti, Bra Alex Pietrangelo, Nia Defence Zach Bogosian, Pbo Yannick Weber, Kit Ryan Wilson, Sar Centre Justin Azevedo, Kit Steven Stamkos, Sar Shawn Matthias, Belv Right Wing Matt Halischuk, Kit Stefan legein, Nia Wayne Simmonds, SSM Left Wing Brett MacLean, Osh Luca Caputi, Nia Matt Beleskey, Belv Coach Bob Boughner, Wsr Peter DeBoer, Kit George Burnett, Belv 6-7 First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Steve Mason, Ldn Michal Neuvirth, Ply Thomas McCollum, Gue Defence Marc Staal, Sby Jakub Kindl, Kit Alex Pietrangelo, Mis Defence Drew Doughty, Gue Ryan Parent, Gue Patrick McNeill, Sag Centre John Tavares, Osh Bryan Little, Bar Sam Gagner, Ldn Right Wing Patrick Kane, Ldn Tyler Donati, Belv Sergei Kostitsyn, Ldn Left Wing James Neal, Ply Brett MacLean, Osh Jamie McGinn, Ott Coach Michael Vellucci, Ply Mike Kelly, Mis Dave Barr, Gue 5-6 First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Adam Dennis, Ldn Dan Turple, Kit Kevin Lalande, Belv Defence Andrej Sekera, OS Ryan Parent, Gue Matt Lashoff, Kit Defence Marc Staal, Sby Patrick McNeill, Sag Michael Vernace, Bram Centre Rob Schremp, Ldn Wojtek Wolski, Bram Bryan Little, Bar Right Wing David Bolland, Ldn Ryan Callahan, Gue Michael Blunden, Er Left Wing Mike Angelidis, OS Dylan Hunter, Ldn Ryan Hamilton, Bar Coach Dave Barr, Gue Dale Hunter, Ldn Dick Todd, Pbo 4-5 First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Michael Ouzas, Mis Adam Dennis, Ldn Gerald Coleman, Ldn Defence Danny Syvret, Ldn Jordan Smith, SSM Nathan McIver, Tor Defence Andre Benoit, Kit Kyle Quincey, Miss Mark Flood, Pbo Centre Jeff Carter, SSM Michael Richards, Kit Brad Richardson, OS Right Wing Corey Perry, Ldn Bobby Ryan, OS Ryan Callahan, Gue Left Wing Dylan Hunter, Ldn Benoit Pouliot, Sby Liam Reddox, Pbo Coach Dale Hunter, Ldn Dick Todd, Pbo Mike Stothers, OS 3-4 First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Paulo Colaiacovo, Bar Patrick Ehelechner, Sby David Shantz, Mis Defence James Wisniewski, Ply Andre Benoit, Kit Chris Campoli, Er Defence Dennis Wideman, Ldn Jeremy Swanson, Bar Kevin Klein, Gue Centre Corey Locke, Ott Jeff Carter, SSM Martin St. Pierre, Gue Right Wing Corey Perry, Ldn Stefan Ruzicka, OS David Bolland, Ldn Left Wing Wojtek Wolski, Bram Scott Dobben, SSM Dylan Hunter, Ldn Coach Dale Hunter, Ldn Greg Gilbert, Mis Shawn Camp, Gue -3 First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Andy Chiodo, TOR Chris Houle, LDN Michael Mole, BELV Defence Brendan Bell, OTT Steve Eminger, KIT Trevor Daley, SSM Defence Lukas Krajicek, PBO Carlo Colaiacovo, ER Tim Gleason, WSR Centre Corey Locke, OTT Eric Staal, PBO Matt Stajan, BELV Right Wing Matt Foy, OTT Chad Larose, PLY Dustin Brown, GUE Left Wing Cody McCormick, BELV Brandon Nolan, OSH Kris Newbury, SAR Coach Brian Kilrea, OTT Jim Hulton, BELV Peter DeBoer, KIT - First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Ray Emery, SSM Peter Budaj, Tor David Chant, Bar Defence Erik Reitz, Bar Carlo Colaiacovo, Er Kevin Dallman, Gue Defence Mark Popovic, Tor Steve Eminger, Kit Fedor Tjutin, Gue Centre Brad Boyes, Er Kris Newbury, Sar Jason Spezza, Belv Right Wing Cory Pecker, Er Mike Renzi, Belv Miguel Delisle, Ott Left Wing Nathan Robinson, Belv Steve Ott, Wsr Rick Nash, Ldn Coach Craig Hartsburg, SSM Dave Cameron, Tor Dave MacQueen, Er - First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Craig Andersson, Gue Rob Zepp, Ply Alex Auld, NB Defence Rostislav Klesla, Bra Kevin Dallman, Gue Libor Ustrnul, Ply Defence Alexei Semenov, Sby Jon Zion, Ott Mark Popovic, Tor Centre Kyle Wellwood, Belv Brad Boyes, Bra Jason Spezza, Wsr Right Wing Branko Radivojevic, Belv Cory Pecker, Er Nikita Alexeev, Er Left Wing Randy Rowe, Belv Raffi Torres, Bra Steve Ott, Wsr Coach Dave MacQueen, Er Dave Cameron, Tor Jim Hulton, Belv 999- First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Andrew Raycroft, Kgn Rob Zepp, Ply Levente Szuper, Ott Defence John Erskine, Ldn Allan Rourke, Kit Alexei Semenov, Sby Defence Branislav Mezei, Belv Kevin Mitchell, Gue Mike Van Ryn, Sar Centre Dan Tessier, Ott Jason Jaspers, Sby Josef Vasicek, SSM Right Wing Norm Milley, Sby Sheldon Keefe, Bar Denis Shvidki, Bar Left Wing Taylor Pyatt, Sby Raffi Torres, Bra Jonathan Schill, Kgn Coach Peter DeBoer, Ply Tom Webster, Wsr Stan Butler, Bra First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Brian Finley, Bar Tyrone Garner, Osh Seamus Kotyk, Ott Defence Brian Campbell, Ott Kevin Mitchell, Gue Nick Boynton, Ott Defence Bryan Allen, Osh Martin Skoula, Bar Nikos Tselios, Ply Centre Daniel Tkaczuk, Bar Harold Druken, Ply Peter Sarno, Sar Right Wing Ivan Novoseltsev, Sar Norm Milley, Sby Sheldon Keefe, Bar Left Wing Ryan Ready, Belv Denis Shvidki, Bar Jay Legault, Ldn Coach Peter DeBoer, Ply Louis Crawford, Belv Dave Siciliano, OS 6

162 First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Bujar Amidovski, Tor Robert Esche, Ply Ty Garner, Osh Defence Chris Allen, Kgn Richard Jackman, SSM Jeff Brown, Ldn Defence Sean Blanchard, Ott Chris Hajt, Gue Brian Campbell, Ott Centre David Legwand, Ply Jon Sim, Sar Peter Sarno, Wsr Right Wing Brian Willsie, Gue Max Spiridonov, Ldn Matt Bradley, Kgn Left Wing Rob Mailloux, Kgn Colin Pepperall, Er Jeremy Adduono, Sby Coach Gary Agnew, Ldn George Burnett, Gue Lou Crawford, Belv First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Zac Bierk, Pbo Kory Cooper, Belv Robert Esche, Det Defence Sean Blanchard, Ott D.J. Smith, Wsr Nick Boynton, Ott Defence Andy Delmore, Sar Marty Wilford, Osh Chris Hajt, Gue Centre Alyn McCauley, Ott Joe Thornton, SSM Jan Bulis, Bar Right Wing Cameron Mann, Pbo Alexandre Volchkov, Bar Joel Trottier, Ott Left Wing Daniel Cleary, Belv Dave Duerden, Pbo Dwayne Hay, Gue Coach Brian Kilrea, Ott Bill Stewart, Osh Peter DeBoer, Det First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Craig Hillier, Ott Dan Cloutier, Gue David Belitski, Kit / Travis Scott, Osh Defence Bryan Berard, Det Sean Brown, Sar Marc Moro, Kgn Defence Kevin Bolibruck, Pbo Jay McKee, NFS Ryan Risidore, Gue Centre Alyn McCauley, Ott Aaron Brand, Sar Sean Venedam, Sby Right Wing Cameron Mann, Pbo Jeff Johnstone, NFS David Nemirovski, Sar Left Wing Daniel Cleary, Belv Sean Haggerty, Det Jamie Wright, Gue Coach Brian Kilrea, Ott Bert Templeton, Bar Mark Hunter, Sar First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Tyler Moss, Kgn Mark McArthur, Gue Matt Mullin, Sby Defence Ed Jovanovski, Wsr Wes Swinson, Kgn Rory Fitzpatrick, Sby Defence Bryan Berard, Det Jamie Rivers, Sby Brad Brown, NB Centre Jeff O Neill, Gue Marc Savard, Osh Bill Bowler, Wsr Right Wing David Ling, Kgn Todd Bertuzzi, Gue Vitali Yachmenev, NB Left Wing Dave Roche, Wsr Larry Courville, Osh Ethan Moreau, Sby Coach Craig Hartsburg, Gue Paul Maurice, Det Stan Butler, Osh First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Jamie Storr, OS Matt Mullin, Sby Sandy Allan, NB Defence Jamie Rivers, Sby Drew Bannister, SSM Jason Gladney, Kit Defence Nick Stajduhar, Ldn Ed Jovanovski, Wsr Brad Brown, NB Centre Jason Allison, Ldn Keli Corpse, Kgn Mike Peca, Ott Right Wing Kevin Brown, Det Jason MacDonald, OS Vitali Yachmenev, NB Left Wing Jeff Shevalier, NB Bob Wren, Det Ethan Moreau, NFS Coach Bert Templeton, NB Paul Maurice, Det Jerry Harrigan, OS First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Manny Legace, NF Chad Lang, Pbo Marc Lamothe, Kgn Defence Chris Pronger, Pbo Brent Tully, Pbo Blair Scott, Det Defence Mark DeSantis, Nmkt Scott Walker, OS Nick Stajduhar, Ldn Centre Pat Peake, Det Mike Harding, Pbo Chris Gratton, Kgn Right Wing Jason Dawe, Pbo Kevin Brown, Det Scott Hollis, Osh Left Wing Andrew Brunette, OS Bob Wren, Det Jeff Shevalier, NB Coach Gary Agnew, Ldn Rick Cornacchia, Osh Dick Todd, Pbo 99-9 First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Mike Fountain, Osh Andrew Verner, Pbo Manny Legace, NF Defence Drake Berehowsky, NB Jassen Cullimore, Pbo John Slaney, Cnwl Defence Scott Boston, Belv Jeff Ricciardi, Ott Dave Stewart, Kgn Centre Todd Simon, NF John Spoltore, NB Brett Seguin, Ott Right Wing Darren McCarty, Belv Scott Hollis, Osh Jason Dawe, Pbo Left Wing Todd Warriner, Wsr Chris Crombie, Ldn Tony Cimellaro, Belv Coach George Burnett, NF Dick Todd, Pbo John Lovell, Cnwl 99-9 First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Mike Torchia, Kit Andrew Verner, Pbo Mike Lenarduzzi, SSM Defence Chris Snell, Ott John Slaney, Cnwl Derian Hatcher, NB Defence Adam Foote, SSM Adam Bennett, Sby Jason York, Wsr Centre Eric Lindros, Osh Jarrod Skalde, Belv Chris Taylor, Ldn Right Wing Rob Pearson, Osh Steven Rice, Kit Steve Martell, Ldn Left Wing Trevor Halverson, NB Brad May, NF Jason Cirone, Wsr Coach George Burnett, NF Ted Nolan, SSM Rick Cornacchia, Osh First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Jeff Fife, Belv Todd Bojcun, Pbo Jeff Wilson, Kgn Defence John Slaney, Cnwl Paul Holden, Ldn Rick Corriveau, Ldn Defence Chris Snell, Ott Joni Lehto, Ott Adam Bennett, Sby Centre Mike Ricci, Pbo Keith Primeau, NF Paul DiPietro, Sby Right Wing Owen Nolan, Cnwl Mike Bodnarchuk, Kgn Steve Rice, Kit Left Wing Bob Berg, Belv Brad May, NF Gilbert Dionne, Kit Coach Larry Mavety, Kgn Wayne Maxner, Ldn Dick Todd, Pbo First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Gus Morschauser, Kit Rick Tabaracci, Cnwl Peter Ing, Ldn Defence Bryan Fogarty, NF Jim Sprott, Ldn Corey Foster, Pbo Defence Mathieu Schneider, Cnwl Bryan Marchment, Belv Jeff Waver, Kgn Centre Andrew Cassels, Ott Mike Ricci, Pbo Rob Zamuner, Gue Right Wing Stan Drulia, NF John Purves, NB Jamie Leach, Nf Left Wing Rob Cimetta, Tor Steve Maltais, Cnwl Kevin Miehm, Osh Coach Joe McDonnell, Kit Dick Todd, Pbo Terry Martin, Tor 6

163 First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Rick Tabaracci, Cnwl Rob Fournier, NB Jeff Hackett, Osh Defence Darryl Shannon, Wsr Adam Burt, NB Marc Laniel, Osh Defence Mathieu Schneider, Cnwl Brad Schlegel, Ldn Brad Hyatt, Wsr Centre Andrew Cassels, Ott Len Soccio, NB Kelly Cain, Wsr Right Wing Sean Williams, Osh Jody Hull, Pbo Stan Drulia, Ham Left Wing Dan Currie, SSM David Haas, Wsr Dave Rowbotham, Ott Coach Dick Todd, Pbo Tom Webster, Wsr Bert Templeton, NB First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Ron Tugnutt, Pbo Shawn Simpson, SSM Sean Evoy, Osh Defence Kerry Huffman, Gue Darryl Shannon, Wsr Bill Houlder, NB Defence Bryan Fogarty, Kgn Petri Matikainen, Osh Brian Chapman, Belv Centre Scott McCrory, Osh Dave McLlwain, NB Brendan Shanahan, Ldn Right Wing Lee Giffin, Osh Todd Hawkins, Belv Frank DiMuzio, Ott Left Wing Derek King, Osh Nick Kypreos, NB David Latta, Kit Coach Paul Theriault, Osh Bert Templeton, NB Brian Kilrea, Ott First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Kay Whitmore, Pbo Steve Guenette, Gue Alan Perry, Wsr Defence Terry Carkner, Pbo Petri Matikainen, Osh Steve Chaisson, Gue Defence Jeff Brown, Sby Greg Smyth, Ldn Jeff Chychrun, Kgn Centre Jason Lafreniere, Belv Shawn Burr, Kit Shayne Corson, Ham Right Wing Ray Sheppard, Cnwl Graeme Bonar, Pbo Ron Sanko, Kit Left Wing Nick Nypreos, NB Gary Roberts, Gue Craig Duncanson, Cnwl Coach Jacques Martin, Gue Bert Templeton, NB Fred O Donnell, Kgn First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Craig Billington, Belv Peter Abric, NB Kay Whitmore, Pbo Defence Bob Halkidis, Ldn Kevin Hatcher, NB Shawn Evans, Pbo Defence Jeff Beukeboom, SSM Terry Carkner, Pbo Todd Gill, Wsr Centre Wayne Groulx, SSM Steve Linseman, Belv Shayne Corson, Ham Right Wing Graeme Bonar, SSM Dave MacLean, Belv Jim Sandlak, Ldn Left Wing David Lowry, Ldn Gary Roberts, Ott Craig Duncanson, Sby Coach Terry Crisp, SSM Larry Mavety, Belv Dick Todd, Pbo First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Darren Pang, Ott Chris Pusey, Bfd Peter Sidorkiewicz, Osh Defence Brad Shaw, Ott Shawn Evans, Pbo Chris Felix, SSM Defence Dave Shaw, Kit Bruce Cassidy, Ott Mark Paterson, Ott Centre John Tucker, Kit Wayne Groulx, SSM Kirk Muller, Gue Right Wing Wayne Presley, Kit Don McLaren, Ott Kevin Conway, Kgn Left Wing Garry Lacey, Tor Paul Lawless, Wsr Steve Graves, SSM Coach Tom Barrett, Kit Dave Draper, Bfd Brian Kilrea, Ott First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Allan Bester, Bfd John Vanbiesbrouck, SSM Wendell Young, Kit Defence Allan MacInnis, Kit Steve Smith, SSM Mark Paterson, Ott Defence Joe Cirella, Osh Norm Schmidt, Osh Mike Posavad, Pbo Centre Doug Gilmour, Cnwl Dave Gagner, Bfd Kirk Muller, Gue Right Wing Mike Siltala, Kgn Andrew McBain, NB Mario Simioni, Tor Left Wing Bob Errey, Pbo Steve Driscoll, Cnwl Ron Handy, Kgn Coach Terry Crisp, SSM Joe Crozier, Kit Brian Kilrea, Ott 98-8 First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Marc D Amour, SSM Jim Ralph, Ott Frank Caprice, Ldn Defence Ron Meighan, NF Steve Smith, SSM Gord Dineen, SSM Defence Allan MacInnis, Kit Mike Posavad, Pbo Norm Schmidt, Osh Centre Dave Simpson, Ldn Jeff Vaive, Ott Mitch Lamoureux, Osh Right Wing Brian Bellows, Kit Tony Tanti, Osh Mario Simioni, Tor Left Wing Moe Lemay, Ott Jeff Larmer, Kit Greg Gilbert, Tor Coach Brian Kilrea, Ott Terry Crisp, SSM Paul McIntosh, Ldn 98-8 First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Jim Ralph, Ott Mike Moffat, Kgn John Vanbriesbrouck, SSM Defence Randy Boyd, Ott Steve Konroyd, Osh Neil Belland, Kgn Defence Rick Wilson, Kgn Steve Smith, SSM J.P. Leroux, Wsr Centre Ernie Godden, Wsr John Goodwin, SSM Mike Bullard, Bfd Right Wing Tony Tanti, Osh Steve Larmer, NF Brian Bellows, Kit Left Wing Daryl Evans, Bfd Tony Butorac, SSM Jeff Larmer, Kit Coach Brian Kilrea, Ott Terry Crisp, SSM Orval Tessier, Kit First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Don Beaupre, Sby Rick LaFerriere, Pbo Roland Melanson, Osh Defence Larry Murphy, Pbo Dave Fenyves, Pbo Paul Thomas, NF Defence Doug Crossman, Ott Paul Coffey, Kit Rick Lanz, Osh Centre Sean Simpson, Ott Mike Bullard, Bfd Bill Gardner, Pbo Right Wing Jim Fox, Ott Bob Crawford, Osh Blair Barnes, Wsr Left Wing Yvan Joly, Ott Paul Gagne, Wsr Kevin LaVallee, Bfd Coach Brian Kilrea, Ott Jim Morrison, Kgn Wayne Maxner, Wsr First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Ken Ellacott, Pbo Rolan Melanson, Wsr Nick Ricci, NF Defence Greg Theberge, Pbo Ed Hospodar, Ott Paul Coffey, SSM Defence Jay Wells, Kgn Steve Marengere, Ott John Gibson, NF Centre Gary Dillon, Tor Bob Carroll, Ldn Sean Simpson, Ott Right Wing Mike Foligno, Sby Yvan Joly, Ott Brian Gualazzi, SSM Left Wing Tom McCarthy, Osh Tim Trimper, Pbo Doug Sulliman, Kit Coach Gary Green, Pbo Bert Templeton, NF Andy Laing, Sby 63

164 First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Al Jensen, Ham Pat Riggin, Ldn Ken Ellacott, Pbo Defence Brad Marsh, Ldn Joel Quenneville, Wsr Craig Hartsburg, SSm Defence Rob Ramage, Ldn Willie Huber, Ham Paul MacKinnon, Pbo Centre Bob Smith, Ott Wayne Gretzky, SSM Keith Acton, Pbo Right Wing Mike Gartner, NF Dino Ciccarelli, Ldn Jim Fox, Ott Left Wing Gary Leroux, Wsr Tony McKegney, Kgn Steve Payne, Ott Coach Bill White, Osh Gary Green, Pbo Brian Kilrea, Ott First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Pat Riggin, Ldn Al Jensen, St.C Jim Lockhurst, Kgn Defence Trevor Johansen, Tor John Baby, Sby Rob Ramage, Ldn Defence Doug Wilson, Ott Craig Hartsburg, SSM Brad Marsh, Ldn Centre Dale McCourt, St.C Ken Linseman, Kgn Dwight Foster, Kit Right Wing John Anderson, Tor Mike Crombeen, Kgn Rick Seiling, St.C Left Wing Tony McKegney, Kgn Bob Smith, Ott Mike Keating, St.C Coach Bill Long, Ldn Brian Kilrea, Ott Bert Templeton, St.C First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Jim Bedard, Sby Greg Redquest, Osh Mark Locken, Ham Defence Dave Farrish, Sby Dave Shand, Pbo Ted Long, Ham Defence Rick Green, Ldn Randy Carlyle, Sby Trevor Johansen, Tor/Doug Wilson, Ott Centre Dale McCourt, Ham Mike Kaszycki, SSM Ron Duguay, Sby Right Wing Peter Lee, Ott Mike Crombeen, Kgn Alex McKendry, Sby Left Wing Rod Schutt, Sby John Tavella, SSM Joe Kowal, Ham Coach Jerry Toppazzini, Sby Brian Kilrea, Ott Bert Templeton, Ham First Team Second Team Third Team Goal Don Edwards, Kit Bill Cheropita, St.C Paul Harrison, Osh/Frank Salive, Pbo Defence Mike O Connell, Kgn Pete Scamurra, Pbo Jamie Masters, Ott Defence Mike Kitchen, Tor Ken Breitenbach, St.C Doug Halward, Pbo Centre John Tonelli, Tor Doug Jarvis, Pbo Tim Young, Ott Right Wing Mark Napier, Tor Dave Salvian, St.C Cary Favelli, SSM Left Wing Rod Schutt, Sby Peter Lee, Ott Stan Jonathan, Pbo First Team Second Team Goal Don Edwards, Kit Mike Kasmetis, Pbo Defence Rick Chartraw, Kit Dave Maloney, Kit Defence Jim Turkiewicz, Pbo Paul McIntosh, Pbo Centre Jack Valiquette, SSM Bruce Boudreau, Tor Right Wing Wilf Paiement, St.C Dave Gorman, St.C Left Wing Bill Lochead, Osh Mike Marson, Sby First Team Second Team Goal Mike Palmateer, Tor Peter Crosbie, Ldn/Rick St. Croix, Osh Defence Denis Potvin, Ott Bob Dailey, Tor Defence Bob Neely, Pbo Ian Turnbull, Ott Centre Reg Thomas, Ldn Blake Dunlop, Ott Right Wing Dennis Ververgaert, Ldn Rick Middleton, Osh Left Wing Morris Titanic, Sby Bill Lochead, Osh 97-7 First Team Second Team Goal Michel Laroque, Ott Gilles Gratton, Osh Defence Denis Potvin, Ott Ian Turnbull, Mtl Defence Paul Shakes, St.C Jim Schoenfeld, NF Centre Don Lever, NF Dave Gardner, Tor Right Wing Bill Harris, Tor Dennis Ververgaert, Ldn Left Wing Steve Shutt, Tor Randy Osburn, Ldn 97-7 First Team Second Team Goal John Garrett, Pbo Michel Laroque, Ott Defence Denis Potvin, Ott Steve Durbano, Tor Defence Jocelyn Guevremont, Mtl Rick Cunningham, Pbo Centre Marcel Dionne, St.C Dave Gardner, Tor Right Wing Steve Vickers, Tor Bill Harris, Tor Left Wing Richard Martin, Mtl Steve Shutt, Tor First Team Second Team Goal George Hulme, St. C John Garrett, Pbo Defence Ron Plumb, Pbo Steve Cuddie, Tor/Serge Lajeunesse, Mtl Defence Bob Stewart, Osh Jocelyn Guevermont, Mtl Centre Gil Perreault, Mtl Marcel Dionne, St. C Right Wing Al McDonough, St.C Bobby Guindon, Mtl Left Wing Rick MacLeish, Pbo Fred Harvey, Ham First Team Second Team Goal Jim Rutherford, Ham Paul Hoganson, Tor Defence Dick Redmond, St. C Ron Stackhouse, Pbo Defence Randy Manery, Ham Serge Lajeunesse, Mtl Centre Gil Perreault, Mtl Darryl Sittler, Ldn Right Wing Rejean Houle, Mtl Phil Roberto, NF Left Wing Marc Tardiff, Mtl Don Tannahill, NF First Team Second Team Goal Gerry Gray, Ham Phil Myre, NF Defence Mike Robitaille, Kit Brad Park, Tor Defence Rickey Ley, NF Rick Smith, Ham Centre Walter Tkaczuk, Kit Terry Caffery, Tor Right Wing Danny Lawson, Ham Tom Webster, NF Left Wing Jack Egers (Kit) Richie Bayes, Tor 64

165 OHL All-Rookie Teams 6-7 First Team Second Team Goal Jacob Ingham, Mississauga Matthew Villalta, Sault Ste. Marie Defence Ryan Merkley, Guelph Giovanni Vallati, Kitchener Defence Eemeli Rasanen, Kingston Owen Lalonde, Sudbury Centre Allan McShane, Oshawa Adam Ruzicka, Sarnia Right Wing Akil Thomas, Niagara Greg Meireles, Kitchener Left Wing Linus Nyman, Kingston Alex Formenton, London 5-6 First Team Second Team Goal Michael DiPietro, Windsor Stephen Dhillon, Niagara Defence Mikhail Sergachev, Windsor Olli Juolevi, London Defence Cam Dineen, North Bay Nicolas Hague, Mississauga Centre Nick Suzuki, Owen Sound Gabriel Vilardi, Windsor Right Wing Owen Tippett, Mississauga Cole Carter, Windsor Left Wing Alexander Nylander, Mississauga Boris Katchouk, S.S. Marie 4-5 First Team Second Team Goal Michael McNiven, Owen Sound Evan Cormier, Saginaw Defence Jakob Chychrun, Sarnia Victor Mete, London Defence Gustav Bouramman, S.S. Marie Keaton Middleton, Saginaw Centre Pavel Zacha, Sarnia Logan Brown, Windsor Right Wing Alex DeBrincat, Erie Zachary Senyshyn, S.S. Marie Left Wing Tim Gettinger, S.S. Marie Adam Mascherin, Kitchener 3-4 First Team Second Team Goal Mackenzie Blackwood, Barrie Matthew Mancina, Guelph Defence Travis Dermott, Erie Stefan LeBlanc, Mississauga Defence Mitchell Vande Sompel, Oshawa Sean Day, Mississauga Centre Travis Konecny, Ottawa Mitchell Marner, London Right Wing Blake Speers, Sault Ste. Marie Nick Magyar, Kitchener Left Wing Andrew Mangiapane, Barrie Lawson Crouse, Kingston -3 First Team Second Team Goal Alex Nedeljkovic, Plymouth Michael Giugovaz, Peterborough Defence Nikita Zadorov, London Brandon Prophet, Saginaw Defence Roland McKeown, Kingston Jacob Middleton, Ottawa Centre Connor McDavid, Erie Sam Bennett, Kingston / Jared McCann, S.S. Marie (tie) Right Wing Spencer Watson, Kingston Nikolay Goldobin, Sarnia Left Wing Michael Dal Colle, Oshawa Blake Clarke, Brampton - First Team Second Team Goal Daniel Altshuller, Oshawa Spencer Martin, Mississauga Defence Aaron Ekblad, Barrie Trevor Carrick, Mississauga Defence Olli Maatta, London Darnell Nurse, Sault Ste. Marie Centre Radek Faksa, Kitchener Max Domi, London Right Wing Connor Brown, Erie Stephen Nosad, Peterborough Left Wing Nick Ritchie, Peterborough Jason Dickinson, Guelph - First Team Second Team Goal Malcolm Subban, Belleville Matej Machovsky, Brampton Defence Nick Ebert, Windsor Slater Koekkoek, Peterborough Defence Jesse Graham, Niagara Ryan Sproul, Sault Ste. Marie Centre Alex Galchenyuk, Sarnia Mark Scheifele, Barrie Right Wing Nail Yakupov, Sarnia Nicklas Jensen, Oshawa Left Wing Lucas Lessio, Oshawa Andreas Athanasiou, London 9- First Team Second Team Goal Michael Houser, Ldn Petr Mrazek, Ott Defence Ryan Murphy, Kit Dougie Hamilton, Nia Defence Scott Harrington, Ldn Geoffrey Schemitsch, OS Centre Boone Jenner, Osh Ivan Telegin, Sag Right Wing Gabriel Landeskog, Kit Austen Brassard, Belv Left Wing Matt Puempel, Pbo Michael Curtis, Belv 8-9 First Team Second Team Goal JP Anderson, Mis Scott Stajcer, OS Defence John Carlson, Ldn Erik Gudbranson, Kgn Defence Calvin de Haan, Osh Ryan O Connor, Bar Centre Tyler Seguin, Ply Ryan Spooner, Pbo Right Wing Tyler Toffoli, Ott Jason Akeson, Kit Left Wing Evgeny Grachev, Bram Darren Archibald, Bar 65

166 7-8 First Team Second Team Goal Josh Unice, Kit Tyler Beskorowany, Owen Sound Defence Ryan Ellis, Wsr Taylor Doherty, Kingston Defence Cameron Gaunce, Mis Michal Jordan, Plymouth Centre Casey Cizikas, Mis Matt Duchene, Brampton Right Wing Mikkel Boedker, Kit Zack Kassian, Peterborough Left Wing Taylor Hall, Wsr Patrick Maroon, London 6-7 First Team Second Team Goal Thomas McCollum, Gue Michal Neuvirth, Ply Defence Alex Pietrangelo, Mis Zach Bogosian, Pbo Defence Michael Del Zotto, Osh Yannick Weber, Kit Centre Sam Gagner, Ldn Steve Stamkos, Sar Right Wing Patrick Kane, Ldn Jan Mursak, Sag Left Wing Kaspars Daugavins, Tor Jiri Tlusty, SSM 5-6 First Team Second Team Goal Ryan Daniels, Sag Sebastien Dahm, Belv Defence Drew Doughty, Gue Scott Aarssen, Ldn Defence Marc Katic, Sar Jakub Vojta, Ott Centre John Tavares, Osh Logan Couture, Ott Right Wing Sergei Kostitsyn, Ldn Dale Mitchell, Osh Left Wing Bryan Cameron, Belv Oskar Osala, Mis 4-5 First Team Second Team Goal Daren Machesney, Bram Kyle Gajewski, SSM Defence Michael Vernace, Bram Bob Saguinetti, OS Defence Andrej Sekera, OS Ben Shutron, Kgn Centre Justin Azevedo, Kit Jordan Staal, Pbo Right Wing Marek Kvapil, Sag Matt D Agostini, Gue Left Wing Benoit Pouliot, Sby Mike Duco, Kit 3-4 First Team Second Team Goal David Shantz, Mis Patrick Ehelechner, Sby Defence Marc Staal, Sby Matt Lashoff, Kit Defence Boris Valabik, Kit Adam Abraham, Mis Centre Bryan Little, Bar Daniel Ryder, Pbo Right Wing Stefan Ruzicka, OS Bobby Ryan, OS Left Wing Liam Reddox, Pbo Vaclav Meidl, Ply -3 First Team Second Team Goal Ryan Munce, Sar Lukas Mensator, Ott Defence Mark Giordano, OS Mitch Maunu, Wsr Defence Danny Syvret, Ldn Scott Lehman, Tor Centre Rob Schremp, Mis Evan McGrath, Kit Right Wing Brent Burns, Bram Jean-Michel Rizk, Sag Left Wing Woltek Wolski, Bram Daniel Carcillo, Sar - First Team Second Team Goal Jason Bacashihua, Ply Chris Houle, Ldn Defence Fedor Tjutin, Gue Karol Sloboda, Ott Defence Ryan Hastings, Sby Frank Rediker, Wsr Centre Nathan Horton, Osh Patrick O Sullivan, Mis Right Wing Corey Perry, Ldn Petr Kanko, Kit Left Wing Tim Sestito, Ply Andrei Mikhnov, Sby - First Team Second Team Goal Andy Chiodo, Tor Brad Topping, Bra Defence Lukas Krajicek, Pbo Chris Campoli, Er Defence James Wisniewski, Ply Drew Fata, Tor Centre Eric Staal, Pbo Martin St. Pierre, Gue Right Wing Dustin Brown, Gue Daniel Bois, Ldn Left Wing Rick Nash, Ldn Daniel Paille, Gue 999- First Team Second Team Goal Ryan Aschaber, Wsr T.J. Aceti, Osh Defence Rostislav Klesla, Bra Brendan Bell, Ott Defence Trevor Daley, SSM Tim Gleason, Wsr Centre Derek Roy, Kit Stephen Weiss, Ply Right Wing Jonas Andersson, NB Craig Kennedy, Wsr Left Wing Tomas Kurka, Ply Ryan Ramsay, Pbo 66

167 First Team Second Team Goal Cory Campbell, Belv Alex Auld, NB Defence Luke Sellars, Ott Kelly Paddon, Belv Defence Jay Harrison, Bra Mark Popovic, Tor Centre Jason Spezza, Bra Brad Boyes, Er Right Wing Sheldon Keefe, Bar Darryl Bootland, Tor Left Wing Denis Shvidki, Bar Raffi Torres, Bra First Team Second Team Goal Brian Finley, Bar Mike Gorman, Kit Defence Martin Skoula, Bar Jon Zion, Ott Defence Kevin Mitchell, Gue John Erskine, Ldn Centre David Legwand, Ply Michael Zigomanis, Kgn Right Wing Jonathan Cheechoo, Belv Jeff Heerema, Sar Left Wing Ryan Jardine, SSM Taylor Pyatt, Sby First Team Second Team Goal Jake McCracken, SSM Curtis Cruickshank, Kgn Defence Nick Tselios, Belv Paul Mara, Sby Defence Brad Morgan, Bar Kevin Grimes, Kgn Centre Peter Sarno, Wsr Justin Papineau, Belv Right Wing Norm Milley, Sby Maxim Spiridonov, Ldn Left Wing Harold Druken, Det Matt Zultek, Ott First Team Second Team Goal Chris Thompson, Bar John Hultberg, Kgn Defence Richard Jackman, SSM Brian Campbell, Ott Defence Nick Boynton, Ott Mike Lankshear, Gue Centre Joe Thornton, SSM Boyd Devereaux, Kit Right Wing Adam Colagiacomo, Ldn Justin Davis, Kgn Left Wing Alexandre Volchkov, Bar Ryan Christie, OS First Team Second Team Goal David MacDonald, Sby Craig Hillier, Ott Defence Bryan Berard, Det Chris Van Dyk, Wsr Defence Jeff Ware, Osh Kevin Bolibruck, Pbo Centre Richard Rochefort, Sby Tom Buckley, Det Right Wing Tim Findlay, Wsr Brian Wesenberg, Gue Left Wing Daniel Cleary, Belv Dwayne Hay, Gue First Team Second Team Goal David Belitski, Kit Scott Roche, NB Defence Ed Jovanovski, Wsr Radim Bicanek, Belv Defence Corey Neilson, NB Shane Kenny, OS Centre Lee Jinman, NB Jamie Langenbrunner, Pbo Right Wing Vitali Yachmenev, NB David Nemirovsky, Ott Left Wing Sean Haggerty, Det Scott Cherrey, NB First Team Second Team Goal Tyler Moss, Kgn Joel Gagnon, Osh Defence Rory Fitzpatrick, Sby Mike Martin, Wsr Defence Mike Wilson, Sby Mike Rusk, Gue Centre Jeff O Neill, Gue Steve Sullivan, SSM Right Wing Richard Park, Belv David Ling, Kgn Left Wing Matt Johnson, Pbo Ryan Pawluk, Kit 99-9 First Team Second Team Goal Jamie Storr, OS Marc Lamothe, Kgn Defence Chris Pronger, Pbo Jamie Allison, Wsr Defence Brad Brown, NB Daniel Godbout, Belv Centre Chris Gratton, Kgn Trevor Gallant, Kit Right Wing Todd Harvey, Det Derek Armstrong, Sby Left Wing Ethan Moreau, NFS Barrie Moore, Sby 67

168 The Robertson Cup The Robertson Cup is emblematic of the Ontario Hockey League s championship series. The Cup was presented by J. Ross Robertson, who was president of the Ontario Hockey Association from 9 to 95. Since its inception, the Robertson Cup has been won by 3 different teams, with the Oshawa Generals leading the way with 3 championships, including seven consecutive championships between 938 and 944. The Toronto Marlboros have made the most final series appearances with 5. The Robertson Cup has been won by many legendary players, coaches and general managers including Hockey Hall of Fame Members Clarence Hap Day, Charlie Conacher, Joe Primeau, Turk Broda, Rudy Pilous, George Armstrong and Father David Bauer. Current National Hockey League stars that won the Robertson Cup during their OHL careers include Corey Perry, James Neal, Max Domi, Taylor Hall and Ryan Ellis. YEAR CHAMPIONS-RUNNER-UP WINNING COACH GAMES 934 St. Michael s College-Stratford Dr. W. Jerry LaFlamme Kitchener-By default of Oshawa 936 West Toronto-Kitchener Clarence Hap Day St. Michael s College-Stratford Midgets Dr. W. Jerry LaFlamme Oshawa-Guelph Oshawa-Native Sons Tracy Shaw 3-94 Oshawa-Toronto Marlboros Tracy Shaw 3-94 Oshawa-Toronto Marlboros Tracy Shaw Oshawa-Guelph Charlie Conacher Oshawa-Brantford Charlie Conacher Oshawa-St. Michael s College Charlie Conacher St. Michael s College-Galt Joe Primeau St. Michael s College-Oshawa Joe Primeau St. Michael s College-Galt Joe Primeau Barrie-Windsor Leighton Hap Emms Barrie-Toronto Marlboros Leighton Hap Emms 4-95 Guelph-Windsor Alf Pike 4-95 Barrie-Toronto Marlboros Leighton Hap Emms 4-95 Guelph-St. Catharines Alf Pike Barrie-St. Michael s College Leighton Hap Emms St. Catharines-Toronto Marlboros Rudy Pilous Toronto Marlboros-St. Catharines Turk Broda Toronto Marlboros-Barrie Turk Broda Guelph-St. Catharines Ed Bush Toronto Marlboros-Hamilton Turk Broda ( tie) Peterborough Petes-St. Michael s College Scotty Bowman (3 ties) 3-96 St. Catharines-St. Michael s College Max Kaminsky ( tie) 4-96 St. Michael s College-Guelph Father David Bauer ( tie) 4-96 Hamilton-St. Michael s College Ed Bush Niagara Falls-Neil McNeil Leighton Hap Emms Toronto Marlboros-Montreal Jim Gregory ( tie) Niagara Falls-Toronto Marlboros Bill Long Oshawa-Kitchener Armand Bep Guidolin Toronto Marlboros-Hamilton Angus Bodnar Niagara Falls-Kitchener Paul Emms ( tie) Montreal-St. Catharines Roger Bedard ( ties) 4-97 Montreal-Toronto Marlboros Roger Bedard 4-97 St. Catharines-Toronto Marlboros Frank Milne 4-97 Peterborough-Ottawa Roger Neilson ( ties) Toronto Marlboros-Peterborough George Armstrong ( ties) St. Catharines-Peterborough Paul Emms ( tie) Toronto Marlboros-Hamilton George Armstrong Hamilton-Sudbury Bert Templeton Ottawa-London Brian Kilrea Peterborough-Hamilton Gary Green Peterborough-Niagara Falls Gary Green Peterborough-Windsor Mike Keenan 4-98 Kitchener-Sault Ste. Marie Orval Tessier (3 ties) 3-98 Kitchener-Ottawa Joe Crozier ( tie) Oshawa-Sault Ste. Marie Paul Theriault Ottawa-Kitchener Brian Kilrea ( ties) Sault Ste. Marie-Peterborough Terry Crisp ( tie) Guelph-Belleville Jacques Martin ( ties) 3-68

169 YEAR CHAMPIONS-RUNNER-UP WINNING COACH GAMES 987 Oshawa-North Bay Paul Theriault Windsor-Peterborough Tom Webster Peterborough-Niagara Falls Dick Todd 4-99 Oshawa-Kitchener Rick Cornacchia Sault Ste. Marie-Oshawa Ted Nolan 4-99 Sault Ste. Marie-North Bay Ted Nolan Peterborough-Sault Ste. Marie Dick Todd North Bay-Detroit Bert Templeton Detroit-Guelph Paul Maurice Peterborough-Guelph Dave MacQueen Oshawa-Ottawa Bill Stewart Guelph-Ottawa George Burnett Belleville-London Louis Crawford 4-3 Barrie-Plymouth Bill Stewart 4-3 Ottawa-Plymouth Brian Kilrea 4- Erie-Barrie Dave MacQueen 4-3 Kitchener-Ottawa Peter DeBoer 4-4 Guelph-Mississauga Shawn Camp 4-5 London-Ottawa Dale Hunter 4-6 Peterborough-London Dick Todd 4-7 Plymouth-Sudbury Michael Vellucci 4-8 Kitchener-Belleville Peter DeBoer Windsor-Brampton Bob Boughner 4- Windsor-Barrie Bob Boughner 4- Owen Sound-Mississauga Mark Reeds 4-3 London-Niagara Mark Hunter 4-3 London-Barrie Dale Hunter Guelph-North Bay Scott Walker 4-5 Oshawa-Erie D.J. Smith 4-6 London-Niagara Dale Hunter 4-7 Erie-Mississauga Kris Knoblauch 4- OHL Championship Rosters 7 - ERIE OTTERS Mitchell Byrne, Erik Cernak, Anthony Cirelli, Alex DeBrincat, Patrick Fellows, TJ Fergus, Warren Foegele, Christian Girhiny, Owen Headrick, Haydn Hopkins, Cameron Lizotte, Ivan Lodnia, Kyle Maksimovich, Joseph Murdaca, Kyle Pettit, Gera Poddubnyi, Darren Raddysh, Taylor Raddysh, Cade Robinson, Jordan Sambrook, Dylan Strome, Troy Timpano, Josh Wainman, Kris Knoblauch (coach), Dave Brown (GM) - LONDON KNIGHTS Josh Anderson, Andreas Athanasiou, Brett Cook, Max Domi, Tyler Ferry, Seth Griffith, Scott Harrington, Bo Horvat, Michael Houser, Tommy Hughes, Jared Knight, Olli Maatta, Greg McKegg, Vladislav Namestnikov, Kevin Raine, Matt Rupert, Ryan Rupert, Tyson Teichmann, Chris Tierney, Jarred Tinordi, Austin Watson, Brett Welychka, Mark Hunter (GM/Coach) 6 - LONDON KNIGHTS Aaron Berisha, Daniel Bernhardt, Evan Bouchard, Brendan Burke, Brandon Crawley, Christian Dvorak, Jacob Graves, Chad Heffernan, Aiden Jamieson, Max Jones, Olli Juolevi, Owen MacDonald, Mitch Marner, Chris Martenet, Nicolas Mattinen, Victor Mete, Tyler Parsons, JJ Piccinich, Cliff Pu, Kole Sherwood, Robert Thomas, Matthew Tkachuk, Chandler Yakimowicz, Dale Hunter (coach), Basil McRae (GM) 5 - OSHAWA GENERALS Ken Appleby, Jeremy Brodeur, Josh Brown, Chris Carlisle, Cole Cassels, Anthony Cirelli, Michael Dal Colle, Stephen Desrocher, Sam Harding, Sonny Hertzberg, Kenny Huether, Bradley Latour, Tobias Lindberg, Joe Manchurek, Michael McCarron, Dakota Mermis, Matt Mistele, Brent Pedersen, Will Petschenig, Hunter Smith, Stephen Templeton, Michael Turner, Mitchell Vande Sompel, Aidan Wallace, Roger Hunt (GM), D.J. Smith (Coach) 4 - GUELPH STORM Justin Auger, Phil Baltisberger, Chadd Bauman, Tyler Bertuzzi, Adam Craievich, Jason Dickinson, Nick Ebert, Robby Fabbri, Matt Finn, Ben Harpur, Ryan Horvat, Scott Kosmachuk, Zac Leslie, Matthew Mancina, Brock McGinn, Zack Mitchell, Justin Nichols, Stephen Pierog, Kerby Rychel, Marc Stevens, Pius Suter, Steven Trojanovic, Mike Kelly (GM), Scott Walker (Coach) 3 - LONDON KNIGHTS Josh Anderson, Alex Broadhurst, Max Domi, Remi Elie, Tyler Ferry, Seth Griffith, Scott Harrington, Bo Horvat, Tommy Hughes, Paxton Leroux, Miles Liberati, Olli Maatta, Dakota Mermis, Jake Patterson, Kyle Platzer, Matt Rupert, Ryan Rupert, Justin Sefton, Anthony Stolarz, Chris Tierney, Brett Welychka, Nikita Zadorov, Mark Hunter (GM), Dale Hunter (Coach) - OWEN SOUND ATTACK Roman Berdnikov, Jordan Binnington, Jesse Blacker, Cameron Brace, Brendan Childerley, Keevin Cutting, Andrew Fritsch, Jay Gilbert, Mike Halmo, Liam Heelis, Joey Hishon, Jarrod Maidens, Robby Mignardi, Matt Petgrave, Brayden Rose, Geoffrey Schemitsch, Andrew Shaw, Gemel Smith, Scott Stajcer, Matt Stanisz, Garrett Wilson, Michael Zador, Daniel Zweep, Dale DeGray (GM), Mark Reeds (Coach) - WINDSOR SPITFIRES Marc Cantin, Mark Cundari, Craig Duininck, Ryan Ellis, Cam Fowler, Philipp Grubauer, Taylor Hall, Adam Henrique, Stephen Johnston, Zack Kassian, Derek Lanoue, Dale Mitchell, Greg Nemisz, Troy Passingham, Saverio Posa, Kenny Ryan, Justin Shugg, Scott Timmins, Adam Wallace, Eric Wellwood, James Woodcroft, Harry Young, Warren Rychel (GM), Bob Boughner (Coach) 9 - WINDSOR SPITFIRES Jesse Blacker, Mark Cundari, Ryan Ellis, Andrew Engelage, Richard Greenop, Taylor Hall, Adam Henrique, Rob Kwiet, Andrei Loktionov, Lane MacDermid, Dale Mitchell, Greg Nemisz, Conor O Donnell, Justin Shugg, Ben Shutron, Scott Timmins, Josh Unice, Adam Wallace, Austin Watson, Eric Wellwood, Harry Young, Warren Rychel (GM), Bob Boughner (Coach) 8 - KITCHENER RANGERS Jason Akeson, Justin Azevedo, Myles Barbieri, T.J. Battani, Mikkel Boedker, Robert Bortuzzo, Mike Duco, Alex Dzielski, Matt Halischuk, Nazem Kadri, Dan Kelly, Mike Mascioli, Brandon Mashinter, Steve Mason, Matt Pepe, Frank Perna, Ben Shutron, Matt Smith, Nick Spaling, Scott Timmins, Scott Tregunna, Josh Unice, Yannick Weber, Peter DeBoer (GM/Coach) 69

170 OHL Championship Rosters 7 - PLYMOUTH WHALERS Brett Bellemore, Jared Boll, Evan Brophey, Dan Collins, Vern Cooper, Wes Cunningham, Andrew Fournier, Kaine Geldart, AJ Jenks, Joe McCann, Ryan McGinnis, James Neal, Michal Neuvirth, Sean O Connor, Daniel Ryder, Tom Sestito, Jeremy Smith, Zack Shepley, Chris Terry, Steve Ward, Steve Whitely, Michael Vellucci (GM/Coach) 6 - PETERBOROUGH PETES Trevor Cann, Justin Caruana, Craig Cescon, Scott Cowie, Aaron Dawson, Steve Downie, Zach Harnden, Trevor Hendrikx, Patrick Kaleta, Jordan Morrison, Fredrik Naslund, Mark Pawlowski, Kyle Raftis, Liam Reddox, Daniel Ryder, David Shantz, Justin Soryal, Jordan Staal, Lubomir Stach, Greg Stewart, Jamie Tardif, Bryan Young, Jeff Twohey (GM), Dick Todd (Coach) 5 - LONDON KNIGHTS Josh Beaulieu, David Bolland, Gerald Coleman, Adam Dennis, Robbie Drummond, Steve Ferry, Jordan Foreman, Danny Fritsche, Daniel Girardi, Dylan Hunter, Trevor Kell, Drew Larman, Ryan Martinelli, Matt McCready, Marc Methot, Adam Perry, Corey Perry, Brandon Prust, Frank Rediker, Harrison Reed, Bryan Rodney, Robbie Schremp, Danny Syvret, Kelly Thomson, Jeff Whitfield, Mark Hunter (GM), Dale Hunter (Coach) 4 - GUELPH STORM George Bradley, Ryan Callahan, Ryan Card, Todd Cooper, Adam Dennis, Daniel Girardi, Shane Hart, Cam Janssen, Ryan Kitchen, Kevin Klein, Jakub Koreis, Mike McLean, Mick Okrzesik, Daniel Paille, Ryan Parent, Matt Ryan, Kyle Spurr, Martin St.Pierre, Danny Taylor, Brett Trudell, Niko Tuomi, Mark Versteeg-Lytwyn, Steve Zmudczynski, Dave Barr (GM), Shawn Camp (Coach) 3 - KITCHENER RANGERS Andre Benoit, Jesse Boucher, Gregory Campbell, David Clarkson, Scott Dickie, Carlo DiRienzo, Nick Duff, T.J. Eason, Steve Eminger, Matt Grennier, George Halkidis, Thomas Harrison, Petr Kanko, Adam Keefe, Matt Manias, Rafal Martynowski, Chad McCaffrey, Paul McFarland, Evan McGrath, Nathan O Nabigon, Mike Richards, Derek Roy, Marcus Smith, Peter DeBoer (coach/gm) - ERIE OTTERS T.J. Aceti, Chris Berti, Brad Bonello, Brad Boyes, Chris Campoli, Carlo Colaiacovo, Noel Coultice, Sean Courtney, Brandon Cullen, Scott Dobben, Jeff Doyle, Chris Eade, David Herring, Alex Karaulchuk, Mical Kokavec, Brian Lee, Thomas Lee, Chris Martin, Mike McKeown, Adam Munro, Cory Pecker, Mike Rice, Dave MacQueen (coach), Sherwood Bassin (GM) - OTTAWA 67 S Matthew Albiani, Brendan Bell, Rodney Bauman, John Ceci, Adam Chapman, Miguel Delisle, Lance Galbraith, Zenon Konopka, Seamus Kotyk, Brett McGrath, Pierre Mitsou, Russ Moyer, Bryan Rodney, Sebastien Savage, Sean Scully, Luke Sellars, Vadim Sozinov, Joe Talbot, Carter Trevisani, Jeremy Van Hoof, Jonathan Zion, Brian Kilrea (GM/coach) - BARRIE COLTS Ryan Barnes, Tim Branham, Jordan Brenner, Shawn Cation, Michael Christian, Mike D Alessandro, Blaine Down, Matt Dzieduszycki, Brian Finley, Mike Henderson, Michael Henrich, Ed Hill, Rick Hwodeky, Mike Jefferson, Sheldon Keefe, Ryan O Keefe, Matt Passfield, Aaron Power, Eric Reitz, Nick Robinson, Denis Shvidki, Tim Verbeek, Kyle Wailes, Bill Stewart (coach) BELLEVILLE BULLS Kevin Baker, Rick Bertran, Cory Campbell, Derek Campbell, Mark Chaplin, Jonathan Cheechoo, Adam Collins, Glenn Crawford, Michael Jacobsen, Jason Lawmaster, Tyler Longo, Branislav Mezei, Kris Newbury, Kelly Paddon, Justin Papineau, Nick Policelli, Branko Radivojevic, Ryan Ready, Mike Renzi, Nathan Robinson, Randy Rowe, Chris Stanley, Louis Crawford (coach), Dr. R.L. Vaughan (GM) GUELPH STORM Joey Bartley, Eric Beaudoin, Nick Bootland, Bob Crummer, Ryan Davis, Ian Forbes, Joe Gerbe, Chris Hajt, Jason Jackman, Dusty Jamieson, Matt Lahey, Andrew Long, Chris Madden, Manny Malhotra, Darryl McArthur, Kent McDonell, Brian McGrattan, Kevin Mitchell, Lindsay Plunkett, Bohuslav Subr, Chris Thompson, Mike Vellinga, Brian Willsie, John Zubyck, George Burnett (coach), Alan Millar (GM) OSHAWA GENERALS Bryan Allen, David Arsenault, Jim Baxter, Marc Cairns, Brandon Coalter, Adam Colagiacomo, Kevin Colley, Tyrone Garner, Brent Gauvreau, Dan Hinote, Peter Hogan, Warren Holmes, Ryan Lindsay, Jeff MacMillan, Ian MacNeil, Steve Manley, Andrew Plumley, Marc Savard, Jan Snopek, Jason Sweitzer, John Tripp, Jeff Ware, Marty Wilford, Mike Zanutto, Bill Stewart (coach), Wayne Daniels (Dir. of Hockey Op.) PETERBOROUGH PETES Scott Barney, Zac Bierk, Kevin Bolibruck, Corey Crocker, Wade Dawe, Dave Duerden, Rob Giffin, Allan Hitchen, Steve Hogg, Andy Johnson, Evgeny Korolev, Matt Lahey, Eric Landry, Jason MacMillan, Cameron Mann, Mike Martone, Jonathan Murphy, Adrian Murray, Jaret Nixon, Ryan Pawluk, Ryan Schmidt, Shawn Thornton, Mike Williams, Dave MacQueen (coach), Jeff Twohey (GM) DETROIT JR. RED WINGS Jamie Allison, Matt Ball, Nic Beaudoin, Bryan Berard, Scott Blair, Tom Buckley, Darryl Foster, Gerry Lanigan, Sean Haggerty, Duane Harmer, Milan Kostolny, Quade Lightbody, Ryan MacDonald, Eric Manlow, Mike Morrone, Bill McCauley, Shayne McCosh, Jeff Mitchell, Dan Pawlaczyk, Mike Rucinski, Jason Saal, Murray Sheehan, Andrew Taylor, Paul Maurice (coach/gm) NORTH BAY CENTENNIALS Sandy Allan, Damien Bloye, Brad Brown, Michael Burman, Jason Campeau, Scott Cherrey, Andy Delmore, Jim Ensom, Denis Gaudet, Ryan Gillis, Lee Jinman, Bill Lang, Rob Lave, B.J. MacPherson, Steve McLaren, Corey Neilson, Stefan Rivard, Scott Roche, Jeff Shevalier, Brian Stagg, Bob Thornton, Vitali Yachmenev, Bert Templeton (coach/gm) PETERBOROUGH PETES Ryan Black, Jason Dawe, Brady Dillabough, Ryan Douglas, Rick Emmett, Chad Grills, Mike Harding, Steve Hogg, Matt Johnson, Jamie Josefik, Geordie Kinnear, Chad Lang, Quade Lightbody, Craig McGillivray, Dale McTavish, Darryl Moxam, Ryan Nauss, Chris Pronger, Dave Roche, Matt St. Germain, Doug Searle, Kelvin Solari, Cory Stillman, Brent Tully, Jeff Walker, Bill Weir, Dick Todd (coach/gm) 99 - SAULT STE. MARIE GREYHOUNDS Brad Baber, Tim Bacik, Drew Bannister, Jason Denomme, Aaron Gavey, Todd Gleason, Brian Goudie, Chris Grenville, Kiley Hill, Kevin Hodson, Tony Iob, Shaun Imber, Ralph Intranuovo, Jason Julian, Rick Kowalsky, Mark Matier, David Matsos, Tom McDonald, Colin Miller, Perry Pappas, Jarret Reid, Gary Roach, Chris Simon, Briane Thompson, Jeff Toms, Ted Nolan (coach), Sherwood Bassin (Dir. of Ops.) 99 - SAULT STE. MARIE GREYHOUNDS Drew Bannister, Bob Boughner, Joe Busillo, Mike DeCoff, Jason Denomme, Adam Foote, Brian Goudie, Kevin Hodson, Shaun Imber, Ralph Intranuovo, Tony Iob, Rick Kowalsky, Denny Lambert, Mike Lenarduzzi, Mark Matier, David Matsos, Tom MacDonald, Colin Miller, Perry Pappas, Jarret Reid, Kevin Reid, Jim Ritchie, Brad Tiley, Wade Whitten, Ted Nolan (coach), Sherwood Bassin (GM) 99 - OSHAWA GENERALS Bill Armstrong, Cory Banika, Fred Brathwaite, Joe Busillo, Kevin Butt, Clair Cornish, Dave Craievich, Mike Craig, Dale Craigwell, Jean-Paul Davis, Mark Deazeley, Craig Donaldson, Iain Fraser, Brent Grieve, Brian Grieve, Matt Hoffman, Scott Hollis, Eric Lindros, Scott Luik, Trevor McIvor, Paul O Hagan, Wade Simpson, Jarrod Skalde, Rick Cornacchia (coach), Frank Jay (Dir. of Operations)

171 989 - PETERBOROUGH PETES Todd Bojcun, Dan Brown, Scott Campbell, Jassen Cullimore, Mike Dagenais, Steve DeGurse, Tie Domi, Corey Foster, Joe Hawley, Brian Hayton, Jamey Hicks, Tom Hopkins, Geoff Ingram, Dan Jensen, Dave Lorentz, Andy MacVicar, Paul Mitton, Mark Myles, Jamie Pegg, Mike Ricci, Troy Stephens, John Tanner, Mike Tomlinson, Rob Wilson, Ross Wilson, Dick Todd (coach/manager) WINDSOR SPITFIRES Jamie Allan, Geoff Benic, Kelly Cain, Peter DeBoer, Glen Featherstone, Rob Flynn, J.P. Gorley, David Goverde, Adam Graves, David Haas, Paul Hampton, Brad Hyatt, Peter Ing, Pat Jablonski, Ron Jones, Mark Kurzawski, Jeff Mascarin, Tom Purcell, Jim Revenberg, Darrin Shannon, Darryl Shannon, K.J. White, Paul Wilkinson, Mike Wolak, Tom Webster (coach), Jim Rutherford (GM) OSHAWA GENERALS John Andersen, Barry Burkholder, Jeff Daniels, Shane Doyle, Sean Evoy, Iain Fraser, Lee Giffin, Brent Grieve, Jeff Hackett, Dave Humphreys, Brian Hunt, Tony Joseph, Derek King, Marc Laniel, Scott Mahoney, Petri Matikainen, Scott McCrory, Kevin Miehm, Dean Morton, Gordon Murphy, Jim Paek, Greg Polak, Mike Short, Greg Watson, Sean Williams, Paul Theriault (coach), Sherwood Bassin (GM) GUELPH PLATERS Rob Arabski, Paul Brydges, Steve Chiasson, Luciano Fagioli, Rob Graham, Steve Guenette, Brian Hayton, Andy Helmuth, Kerry Huffman, Paul Kelly, Denis Larocque, Lonnie Loach, Bill Loshaw, Allan MacIsaac, Jamie McKinley, John McIntyre, Keith Miller, Mike Murray, Tom Nickolau, Gary Roberts, Luc Sabourin, Marc Tournier, Jacques Martin (coach), Robert Holody (GM) SAULT STE. MARIE GREYHOUNDS Marty Abrams, Jeff Beukeboom, Graeme Bonar, Chris Brant, Chris Felix, Scott Green, Wayne Groulx, Steve Hollett, Tim Hoover, Gerry Iuliano, Derek King, Tyler Larter, Jean-Marc MacKenzie, Scott Mosey, Mike Oliverio, Brit Peer, Wayne Presley, Bob Probert, Brian Rome, Ken Sabourin, Marc Tournier, Shawn Tyers, Rob Veccia, Rob Zettler, Terry Crisp (coach), Sam McMaster (GM) OTTAWA 67 S Richard Adolfi, Bill Bennett, Bruce Cassidy, Todd Clarke, Greg Coram, Adam Creighton, Bob Giffin, Scott Hammond, John Hanna, Tim Helmer, Mike James, Steve Hrynewich, Don McLaren, Roy Myllari, Darren Pang, Mark Paterson, Phil Patterson, Gary Roberts, Darcy Roy, Brad Shaw, Steve Simoni, Brian Kilrea (coach/gm) 98 - PETERBOROUGH PETES Dave Beckon, John Beukeboom, Terry Bovair, Carmen Cirella, Dave Fenyves, Tom Fergus, Larry Floyd, Wayne Fortune, Bill Gardner, Andre Hidi, Rick Laferriere, Dave Morrison, Larry Murphy, Mark Reeds, Brad Ryder, Andy Schliebener, Steve Smith, Stuart Smith, Jeff Walters, Jim Wiemer, Terry Wright, Mike Keenan (coach/gm) PETERBOROUGH PETES Bob Attwell, Dave Beckon, John Beukeboom, Terry Bovair, Carmine Cirella, Keith Crowder, Ken Ellacott, Dave Fenyves, Larry Floyd, Bill Gardner, Chris Halyk, Veli Kinnunen, Rick Laferriere, Anssi Melametsa, Larry Murphy, Jim Pavese, Mark Reeds, Brad Ryder, Stuart Smith, Greg Theberge, Tim Trimper, Jim Wiemer, Gary Green (coach/gm) PETERBOROUGH PETES Keith Acton, Bob Attwell, Terry Bovair, Jeff Brubaker, Keith Crowder, Brian Drumm, Ken Ellacott, Dave Fenyves, Bill Gardner, Chris Halyk, Randy Johnston, Mark Kirton, Steve Larmer, Paul MacKinnon, Mike Meeker, John Pagetto, Mark Reeds, Stuart Smith, Greg Theberge, Tim Trimper, Gary Green (coach/gm) OTTAWA 67 S Peter Cain, Buddy Clouthier, Bob Daly, Ron Davidson, Larry Elson, Stuart Gavin, Jeff Geiger, Tim Higgins, Mike Hodgings, Warren Holmes, Ed Hospodar, Peter Hunter, Yvan Joly, Jim Kirkpatrick, Dave MacQueen, Steve Marengere, Tom McDonell, Jay O Connor, Steve Payne, Shane Pearsall, Laurie Quinn, Bob Smith, Doug Wilson, Brian Kilrea (coach/gm) HAMILTON FINCUPS Joe Contini, Mike Fedorko, Steve Hazlett, Cal Herd, Denis Houle, Willie Huber, Al Jensen, Mike Keating, Archie King, Joe Kowal, Mark Locken, Ted Long, Dale McCourt, Bob Mierkalns, Mark Perras, Bill Reilly, Ron Roscoe, Alan Secord, Ric Seiling, Danny Shearer, Ed Smith, Rob Street, Sean Sullivan, Bert Templeton (coach), Dave Draper (general manager) TORONTO MARLBOROS John Anderson, Steve Bosco, Bruce Boudreau, Al Cameron, Gary Carr, Craig Crawford, Brian Crichton, Steve Harrison, Trevor Johansen, Bernie Johnston, Lynn Jorgenson, Mike Kaszycki, Jim Kirkpatrick, Mike Kitchen, Mike McEwen, Mark Murphy, Mark Napier, Ed Saffrey, John Smrke, Bill Wells, Ron Wilson, George Armstrong (coach), Frank Bonello (general manager) OSHAWA GENERALS Don Biggs, Scott Brydges, Tim Burgess, Todd Charlesworth, Joe Cirella, Dean DeFazio, Dale DeGray, David Gans, Danny Gratton, Jeff Hogg, Todd Hooey, John Hutchings, John MacLean, Dan Nicholson, Steve King, Norm Schmidt, Peter Sidorkiewicz, Todd Smith, Jeff Steffen, Mike Stern, Tony Tanti, Paul Theriault (coach), Sherwood Bassin (manager) 98 - KITCHENER RANGERS Brian Bellows, Darryl Boudreau, Kevin Casey, Scott Clements, Louis Crawford, Mike Eagles, Mike Hough, Jeff Larmer, James Locke, Joel Levesque, Allan MacInnis, Grant Martin, Mario Michieli, Mike Moher, Dave Nicholls, Jim Quinn, Jim Ralph, Robert Savard, Brad Schnurr, Dave Shaw, Scott Stevens, John Tucker, Wendell Young, Joe Crozier (coach/gm) 98 - KITCHENER RANGERS Russ Adam, Brian Bellows, Steve Bienkowski, Kevin Casey, Mike Clayton, Scott Clements, Louis Crawford, Mike Eagles, Drew Gareau, Bob Hicks, Pat O Kane, Jeff Larmer, Joel Levesque, Allan MacInnis, Lee MacKenzie, Grant Martin, Joe McDonnell, Mario Michieli, Mike Moher, Brad Schnurr, Kerry Williston, Wendell Young, Orval Tessier (coach/manager) 7

172 OHL Playoff Records TEAM Most OHL Championships 3 Oshawa (938, 39, 4, 4, 4, 43, 44, 66, 83, 87, 9, 97, 5) 9 Peterborough (959, 7, 78, 79, 8, 89, 93, 96, 6) Most Consecutive OHL Championships 7 Oshawa (938, 39, 4, 4, 4, 43, 44) 3 Peterborough (978, 79, 8) Most Final Series Appearances 5 Toronto Marlboros 4 Oshawa 3 Peterborough Most Consecutive Final Series Appearances 7 Oshawa (938, 39, 4, 4, 4, 43, 44) 4 St. Michael s Majors (944, 45, 46, 47 and 959, 6, 6, 6) 3 Peterborough (97, 73, 74 and 978, 79, 8); Toronto Marlboros (954, 55, 56); Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (99, 9, 93) Most Consecutive Playoff Appearances 7 Peterborough Petes (977 to 3) 3 Plymouth Whalers (99-4), Oshawa Generals (978 to ), Guelph Storm (993-5) Longest Winning Streak (Games) 3 London Knights (5-6) Windsor Spitfires (987-88) INDIVIDUAL Most Goals, One Year 7 Cameron Mann, Pbo, 997 (4 games) 5 Cory Pecker, Er, ( games) 3 Mark Lawrence, NB, 99 ( games) Rick Tocchet, SSM, 984 (6 games); Brad Boyes, Er, ( games) Most Assists, One Year 37 Robbie Schremp, Ldn, 6 (9 games) 33 Jason Dawe, Pbo, 993 ( games) 3 Justin Papineau, Belv, 999 ( games), Ryan Ellis, Wsr, (9 games) 9 Mike Williams, Pbo, 996 (4 games) Most Points, One Year 5 Justin Papineau, Belv, 999 (GP, G, 3A); Jason Dawe, Pbo, 993 (GP, 8G, 33A) 49 Connor McDavid, Erie, 5 (GP, G, 8A) 47 Robbie Schremp, Ldn, 6 (9GP, G, 37A) 46 Tim Taylor, Ldn, 989 (GP, G, 5A) 44 Mitch Marner, Ldn, 6 (8GP, 6G, 8A) 43 Cameron Mann, Pbo, 997 (4 GP, 7G, 6A) GAME Longest Overtime Game 3:5 Mar., 99 - Kingston 3 at Belleville 4 (fourth OT) Ken Rowbotham scored 8:5 March 8, 9 - Mississauga 4 at Barrie 3 (third OT) Devante Smith-Pelly scored :3 April 5, 8 - Kitchener 3, at Sarnia (third OT) Mike Duco scored 8:5 Mar., 99 - Ottawa at Peterborough 3 (third OT) Mike Tomlinson scored 7

173 7 OHL Playoffs CONFERENCE QUARTER FINALS EASTERN CONFERENCE Peterborough vs. Niagara (Peterborough wins series 4-). Thu Mar 3 NIAG PBO (5). Sat Mar 5 NIAG PBO (6) 3. Tue Mar 8 PBO NIAG (3) OT 4. Thu Mar 3 PBO NIAG () Mississauga vs. Ottawa (Mississauga wins series 4-). Fri Mar 4 OTT MISS (6). Sun Mar 6 OTT MISS () 3. Tue Mar 8 MISS OTT () 4. Thu Mar 3 MISS OTT (4) 5. Fri Mar 3 OTT MISS (3) 6. Sun Apr MISS OTT () Oshawa vs. Sudbury (Oshawa wins series 4-). Fri Mar 4 SBY OSH (). Sun Mar 6 SBY OSH (5) 3. Tue Mar 8 OSH SBY (3) 4. Thu Mar 3 OSH SBY () 5. Fri Mar 3 SBY OSH (4) 6. Sun Apr OSH SBY () Kingston vs. Hamilton (Kingston wins series 4-3). Fri Mar 4 HAM KGN (). Sun Mar 6 HAM KGN (4) 3. Tue Mar 8 KGN HAM () 4. Thu Mar 3 KGN HAM () 5. Fri Mar 3 HAM KGN (4) 6. Sun Apr KGN HAM (5) 7. Tue Apr 4 HAM KGN (3) OT WESTERN CONFERENCE Erie vs. Sarnia (Erie wins series 4-). Thu Mar 3 SAR ER (6). Sat Mar 5 ER SAR (3) 3. Mon Mar 7 ER SAR (3) 4. Wed Mar 9 SAR ER (9) Sault Ste. Marie vs. Flint (Sault Ste. Marie wins series 4-). Thu Mar 3 FLNT SSM (5). Sat Mar 5 FLNT SSM (3) 3. Mon Mar 7 SSM FLNT () 4. Wed Mar 9 SSM FLNT () 5. Fri Mar 3 FLNT SSM (6) Owen Sound vs. Kitchener (Owen Sound wins series 4-). Fri Mar 4 KIT OS (9). Sat Mar 5 KIT OS () 3. Mon Mar 7 OS KIT () 4. Wed Mar 9 OS KIT (4) 5. Fri Mar 3 KIT OS (6) London vs. Windsor (London wins series 4-3). Fri Mar 4 WSR LDN (3) OT. Sun Mar 6 WSR LDN (5) 3. Tue Mar 8 LDN WSR (3) 4. Thu Mar 3 LDN WSR (3) OT 5. Fri Mar 3 WSR LDN () 6. Sun Apr LDN WSR (3) 7. Tue Apr 4 WSR LDN (3) CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS Peterborough vs. Kingston (Peterborough wins series 4-). Thu Apr 6 KGN PBO (4). Sun Apr 9 KGN PBO (4) 3. Tue Apr PBO KGN () 4. Thu Apr 3 PBO KGN () Mississauga vs. Oshawa (Mississauga wins series 4-). Fri Apr 7 OSH MISS (). Sun Apr 9 OSH MISS (7) 3. Tue Apr MISS OSH (4) 4. Thu Apr 3 MISS OSH (3) 5. Sat Apr 5 MISS OSH () Erie vs. London (Erie wins series 4-3). Thu Apr 6 LDN ER (). Fri Apr 7 LDN ER (5) 3. Tue Apr ER LDN () 4. Thu Apr 3 ER LDN (4) 5. Sat Apr 5 LDN ER (6) 6. Sun Apr 6 ER LDN () OT 7. Tue Apr 8 LDN ER (5) OT Owen Sound vs. Sault Ste. Marie (Owen Sound wins series 4-). Wed Apr 5 OS SSM (4). Fri Apr 7 OS SSM (4) 3. Sun Apr 9 SSM OS (4) 4. Tue Apr SSM OS (4) 5. Fri Apr 4 OS SSM (3) 6. Sun Apr 6 SSM OS () 73

174 7 OHL Playoffs OHL CONFERENCE FINALS Mississauga vs. Peterborough (Mississauga wins series 4-). Thu Apr MISS PBO (3). Sat Apr MISS PBO () 3. Mon Apr 4 PBO MISS () OT 4. Wed Apr 6 PBO MISS (7) ROGERS OHL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Erie vs. Mississauga (Erie wins series 4-). Thu May 4 MISS ER (). Sun May 7 MISS ER (3) 3. Mon May 8 ER MISS (4) 4. Wed May ER MISS () 5. Fri May MISS ER (4) OT GOALS PLAYER, TEAM GP G Cirelli, Anthony, ER 5 Watson, Spencer, MISS 5 Strome, Dylan, ER 4 DeBrincat, Alex, ER 3 Foegele, Warren, ER 3 Palmu, Petrus, OS 7 3 ASSISTS PLAYER, TEAM GP A DeBrincat, Alex, ER 5 Strome, Dylan, ER Raddysh, Taylor, ER 9 McLeod, Michael, MISS 6 Cirelli, Anthony, ER 6 POWERPLAY GOALS PLAYER, TEAM GP PP Cirelli, Anthony, ER 7 Kuokkanen, Janne, LDN 4 4 Raddysh, Darren, ER 4 Bitten, Will, HAM 7 3 Luchuk, Aaron, WSR 7 3 Juolevi, Olli, LDN 4 3 Stephens, Mitchell, LDN 4 3 Palmu, Petrus, OS 7 3 Saarijarvi, Vili, MISS 3 DeBrincat, Alex, ER 3 74 Erie vs. Owen Sound (Erie wins series 4-). Fri Apr OS ER (6). Sat Apr OS ER (3) OT 3. Mon Apr 4 ER OS (6) 4. Wed Apr 6 ER OS (3) 5. Fri Apr 8 OS ER (4) 6. Sun Apr 3 ER OS () OFFICIATING TEAM - ROGERS OHL FINALS Referees Darcy Burchell, Mike Cairns, Scott Ferguson, Scott Oakman, Sean Reid Linesmen Adam Harris, Andrew Jackson, Justin Knaggs, Dustin McCrank, Geoff Rutherford, Andrew Smith Leading Scorers PLAYER, TEAM GP G A PTS +/- PIM PPG SHG DeBrincat, Alex, ER Strome, Dylan, ER Cirelli, Anthony, ER Raddysh, Taylor, ER McLeod, Michael, MISS Foegele, Warren, ER Watson, Spencer, MISS Suzuki, Nick, OS Raddysh, Darren, ER Palmu, Petrus, OS Departmental Leaders SHORT-HANDED GOALS PLAYER, TEAM GP SH Hancock, Kevin, OS 7 Palmu, Petrus, OS 7 Suzuki, Nick, OS 7 GAME WINNING GOALS PLAYER, TEAM GP GW Stephens, Mitchell, LDN 4 4 Palmu, Petrus, OS 7 4 McLeod, Michael, MISS 4 DeBrincat, Alex, ER 4 Cirelli, Anthony, ER 3 PLUS-MINUS PLAYER, TEAM GP +/- Cirelli, Anthony, ER 8 McLeod, Michael, MISS 7 Cernak, Erik, ER 7 Watson, Spencer, MISS 6 Raddysh, Taylor, ER 6 Moverare, Jacob, MISS 5 Raddysh, Darren, ER 4

175 Goaltending Leaders GOALTENDER, CLUB GP MINS SHOTS SAVES GA SO AVG. % W L Murdaca, Joseph, ER Raaymakers, Joseph, SSM Mancina, Matthew, MISS DiPietro, Michael, WSR Wells, Dylan, PBO Ingham, Jacob, MISS Parsons, Tyler, LDN Timpano, Troy, ER McNiven, Michael, OS Helvig, Jeremy, KGN SAVE PERCENTAGE PLAYER, TEAM GP SV% Raaymakers, Joseph, SSM.94 Murdaca, Joseph, ER Wells, Dylan, PBO.93 Parsons, Tyler, LDN 4.9 Mancina, Matthew, MISS 4.98 DiPietro, Michael, WSR 7.97 McNiven, Michael, OS 7.98 Brodeur, Jeremy, OSH.97 Lazarev, Leo, OTT 6.96 McGrath, Jake, SBY 6.9 WINS PLAYER, TEAM GP W Timpano, Troy, ER 3 McNiven, Michael, OS 7 Mancina, Matthew, MISS 4 9 Wells, Dylan, PBO 8 Parsons, Tyler, LDN 4 7 SHUTOUTS PLAYER, TEAM GP SO Mancina, Matthew, MISS 4 McNiven, Michael, OS 7 Lazarev, Leo, OTT 6 Carty, Dawson, HAM 7 Parsons, Tyler, LDN 4 Leading Rookies PLAYER, TEAM GP G A PTS +/- PIM PPG SHG Nyman, Linus, KGN Sushko, Maksim, OS Der-Arguchintsev, Semyon, PBO Dunkley, Nathan, KGN Rasanen, Eemeli, KGN Dudas, Aidan, OS Ennis, William, OSH Leading Defencemen PLAYER, TEAM GP G A PTS +/- PIM PPG SHG Raddysh, Darren, ER Saarijarvi, Vili, MISS Centorame, Santino, OS Hague, Nicolas, MISS LeBlanc, Stefan, MISS 9 6 Sambrook, Jordan, ER Jenkins, Kyle, PBO Stillman, Riley, OSH Durzi, Sean, OS Cernak, Erik, ER

176 Goaltending Statistics by Team ERIE OTTERS GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SVS SV% Joseph Murdaca Troy Timpano Totals FLINT FIREBIRDS GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SVS SV% Connor Hicks Totals HAMILTON BULLDOGS GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SVS SV% Dawson Carty Kaden Fulcher Totals KINGSTON FRONTENACS GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SVS SV% Jeremy Helvig Totals KITCHENER RANGERS GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SVS SV% Luke Opilka Luke Richardson Totals LONDON KNIGHTS GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SVS SV% Tyler Johnson.. Tyler Parsons Totals MISSISSAUGA STEELHEADS GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SVS SV% Matthew Mancina Jacob Ingham Totals NIAGARA ICEDOGS GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SVS SV% Colton Incze Stephen Dhillon Totals OSHAWA GENERALS GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SVS SV% Kyle Keyser Jeremy Brodeur Logan Gauthier Totals OTTAWA 67 S GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SVS SV% Leo Lazarev Totals OWEN SOUND ATTACK GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SVS SV% Emanuel Vella Michael McNiven Totals PETERBOROUGH PETES GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SVS SV% Dylan Wells Totals SARNIA STING GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SVS SV% Blair Coffin Aidan Hughes Justin Fazio Totals S.S. MARIE GREYHOUNDS GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SVS SV% Joseph Raaymakers Matthew Villalta Totals SUDBURY WOLVES GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SVS SV% Jake McGrath Totals WINDSOR SPITFIRES GPI MINS GA EN SO GAA W L OTL SL SVS SV% Michael DiPietro Totals

177 Playoff Statistics by Team ERIE OTTERS GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP SH GW FG SOG FOW FO Alex DeBrincat Dylan Strome Anthony Cirelli Taylor Raddysh Warren Foegele Darren Raddysh Kyle Maksimovich Jordan Sambrook Erik Cernak TJ Fergus Owen Headrick Haydn Hopkins Gera Poddubnyi Christian Girhiny Ivan Lodnia Patrick Fellows Kyle Pettit Cameron Lizotte Mitchell Byrne Troy Timpano 4 Cade Robinson - Josh Wainman 3 - Joseph Murdaca 5 FLINT FIREBIRDS GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP SH GW FG SOG FOW FO Kole Sherwood Maurizio Colella Alex Peters Ryan Moore Everett Clark Jalen Smereck Nicholas Caamano Mathieu Henderson Jacob Collins Ty Dellandrea Fedor Gordeev 5-7 Hunter Holmes Ryan Littlejohn 5 9 Michal Steinocher 3 - Dennis Busby C.J. Clarke Jake Durham Connor Hicks 5 Hakon Nilsen Jack Phibbs HAMILTON BULLDOGS GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP SH GW FG SOG FOW FO Matt Luff Matthew Strome Niki Petti Justin Lemcke Michael Cramarossa Marian Studenic Connor Walters Will Bitten MacKenzie Entwistle Luke Kutkevicius Benjamin Gleason Connor Roberts Brandon Saigeon Kaden Fulcher Isaac Nurse Zachary Jackson 5-7 Cole Candella 7-6 Dawson Carty 7 Jack Hanley Stephen Templeton 7 7 Reilly Webb KINGSTON FRONTENACS GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP SH GW FG SOG FOW FO Jason Robertson Linus Nyman Nathan Dunkley Ted Nichol

178 Stephen Desrocher Brett Neumann Eemeli Rasanen Cody Caron Jacob Paquette Nathan Billitier Sam Harding Ryan Cranford Sam Field Josh Supryka 8 7 Sergey Popov Tyler Burnie Liam Murray Justin Pringle 5 - Jakob Brahaney - 4 Jeremy Helvig KITCHENER RANGERS GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP SH GW FG SOG FOW FO Connor Bunnaman Adam Mascherin Joseph Garreffa Jonathan Yantsis 5 4 Riley Damiani Darby Llewellyn Giovanni Vallati 5 6 Cole Carter Eric Guest Jake Henderson Elijah Roberts Dylan Seitz Luke Richardson Frank Hora Greg Meireles Cedric Schiemenz Dylan Di Perna 5-5 Kyle Gentles Nick McHugh Luke Opilka 5 Alex Peterson 5 - LONDON KNIGHTS GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP SH GW FG SOG FOW FO Janne Kuokkanen Max Jones Robert Thomas Mitchell Stephens Olli Juolevi Evan Bouchard Cliff Pu Victor Mete Mitchell Vande Sompel Owen MacDonald Brandon Crawley JJ Piccinich Dante Salituro Sam Miletic -6 7 Adrian Carbonara Nicolas Mattinen Tyler Parsons 4 Tyler Johnson Cole Tymkin 3 7 Liam Foudy Alex Formenton MISSISSAUGA STEELHEADS GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP SH GW FG SOG FOW FO Michael McLeod Spencer Watson Ryan McLeod Owen Tippett Vili Saarijarvi Nathan Bastian Trent Fox Nicolas Hague Stefan LeBlanc Jacob Cascagnette Jacob Moverare Brendan Harrogate Shaw Boomhower

179 Matthew Titus Stephen Gibson Marcus Dickerson Ryan Wells Jacob Ingham 6 Scoley Dow 7 Matthew Mancina 4 Aidan McFarland 7-3 Michael Little Austin Osmanski 8 NIAGARA ICEDOGS GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP SH GW FG SOG FOW FO Kirill Maksimov Ryan Mantha Danial Singer 4 3 Johnny Corneil Oliver Castleman Ondrej Machala Kyle Langdon Justin Brack Pavel Demin 4-5 Ben Jones Justin MacPherson Johnathon Schaefer Colton Incze Drew Hunter - William Lochead - 5 Joshua Dame 4-3 Stephen Dhillon 4 Liam Ham 4 - Aaron Haydon Bradey Johnson Akil Thomas OSHAWA GENERALS GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP SH GW FG SOG FOW FO Jack Studnicka Renars Krastenbergs Joe Manchurek Riley Stillman Domenic Commisso Medric Mercier Mason Kohn Kenny Huether Matt Brassard William Ennis Danil Antropov Robbie Burt Serron Noel Kyle MacLean Eric Henderson -4 4 Alex Di Carlo Allan McShane Logan Gauthier Sullivan Sparkes Ian Blacker -3 Grayden Gottschalk 3 Kyle Keyser Jeremy Brodeur Sean Allen 6 5 OTTAWA 67 S GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP SH GW FG SOG FOW FO Noel Hoefenmayer Austen Keating Tye Felhaber Mathieu Foget Artur Tyanulin Sasha Chmelevski Patrick White Jared Steege Travis Barron Zack Dorval Ben Evans Chris Martenet David Pearce 6-8 Carter Robertson Kyle Auger 3 - Sam Bitten

180 Hudson Wilson 3 - Ryan Orban 4-8 Kevin Bahl 6-4 Nolan Gardiner 6 Leo Lazarev 6 Peter Stratis 6-5 OWEN SOUND ATTACK GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP SH GW FG SOG FOW FO Nick Suzuki Petrus Palmu Santino Centorame Kevin Hancock Maksim Sushko Ethan Szypula Sean Durzi Jonah Gadjovich Matt Schmalz Jacob Friend Chase Campbell Cordell James Matthew Struthers Markus Phillips Aidan Dudas Trenton Bourque Nick Pryce - 5 Michael McNiven 7 Emanuel Vella Zachary Roberts 6 - Cole Cameron PETERBOROUGH PETES GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP SH GW FG SOG FOW FO Steven Lorentz Jonathan Ang Nikita Korostelev Kyle Jenkins Zach Gallant Semyon Der-Arguchintsev Adam Timleck Christopher Paquette Matt Spencer Josh Coyle Brandon Prophet Logan DeNoble Alex Black Nick Isaacson Matthew Timms Tyler Rollo Matyas Svoboda Dylan Wells Declan Chisholm - Pavel Gogolev 3 - Cole Fraser SARNIA STING GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP SH GW FG SOG FOW FO Jeff King Jordan Ernst Kevin Spinozzi Jaden Lindo Jordan Kyrou Drake Rymsha Ryan McGregor Franco Sproviero Theo Calvas Adam Ruzicka Brady Hinz 4 - Anthony Salinitri Connor Schlichting 4-5 Blair Coffin Justin Fazio Aidan Hughes Nick Grima 4-6 Kelton Hatcher 4-4 Filip Helt 4 - Sean Josling 4-4 Troy Lajeunesse 4-8

181 S.S. MARIE GREYHOUNDS GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP SH GW FG SOG FOW FO Boris Katchouk Jack Kopacka Morgan Frost Blake Speers Conor Timmins 7 8 Tim Gettinger Zachary Senyshyn Bobby MacIntyre Hayden Verbeek Gustav Bouramman 3 8 David Miller Anthony DeMeo Mac Hollowell Colton White Barrett Hayton Noah Carroll Otto Makinen Matthew Villalta Jacob LeGuerrier 3 7 Calvin Martin 5 3 Alex Gritz 7 - Joseph Raaymakers SUDBURY WOLVES GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP SH GW FG SOG FOW FO Dmitry Sokolov David Levin Kyle Capobianco Michael Pezzetta Macauley Carson Alan Lyszczarczyk Zach Wilkie Drake Pilon Liam Dunda Aiden Jamieson Owen Lalonde Owen Lane 6-3 Darian Pilon Patrick Sanvido Chandler Yakimowicz Conor Ali Ryan Valentini - 3 Owen Gilhula 4-4 Shane Bulitka Jake McGrath 6 Reagan O Grady WINDSOR SPITFIRES GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP SH GW FG SOG FOW FO Gabriel Vilardi Jeremiah Addison Jeremy Bracco Sean Day Aaron Luchuk Graham Knott Julius Nattinen Logan Brown Cristiano DiGiacinto Mikhail Sergachev Jalen Chatfield 7 4 Luke Boka Connor Corcoran Michael DiPietro 7 Adam Laishram Hayden McCool Austin McEneny Tyler Nother 7 Cole Purboo 7 Daniel Robertson 7-8

182 7 OHL Champions ERIE OTTERS 7 ONTARIO HOCKEY LEAGUE ROBERTSON CUP CHAMPIONS Wayne Gretzky 99 Award WARREN FOEGELE ERIE OTTERS Warren Foegele won the Wayne Gretzky 99 Award as the Most Valuable Player of the 7 OHL Playoffs. Foegele finished the postseason with 3 goals, 3 assists and 6 points in games including eight points in the Rogers OHL Championship Series. The Markham, Ont. native scored a number of big goals throughout Erie s playoff run including a second round Game 7 overtime winner against the London Knights. The Ontario Hockey League introduced the Wayne Gretzky 99 Award in 999 to honour the Most Valuable Player in the OHL Playoffs as selected by the media. Gretzky, a native of Brantford, graduated from the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds to become the most prolific scorer in the history of the National Hockey League. The League created the award in tribute of The Great One shortly after he announced his retirement from the NHL in 999. SEASON PLAYER, TEAM 999 Justin Papineau, Belleville Brian Finley, Barrie Seamus Kotyk, Ottawa Brad Boyes, Erie 3 Derek Roy, Kitchener 4 Martin St. Pierre, Guelph 5 Corey Perry, London 6 Daniel Ryder, Peterborough 7 Marc Staal, Sudbury 8 Justin Azevedo, Kitchener 8 SEASON PLAYER, TEAM 9 Taylor Hall, Windsor Adam Henrique, Windsor Robby Mignardi, Owen Sound Austin Watson, London 3 Bo Horvat, London 4 Robby Fabbri, Guelph 5 Connor McDavid, Erie 6 Mitch Marner, London 7 Warren Foegele, Erie

183 The Memorial Cup WINDSOR SPITFIRES 7 MASTERCARD MEMORIAL CUP CHAMPIONS The Memorial Cup, which has been in competition since 99, was presented in commemoration of the many great Canadian hockey players who paid the supreme sacrifice in defence of their country in the First World War. Initially the symbol of the national junior championship, the Cup later signified Junior A supremacy beginning in 934 and Major Junior supremacy in 97. Competing for it annually are the Western, Quebec Major Junior and Ontario Hockey Leagues. The winners of the three leagues, along with the host club, compete in the Memorial Cup tournament. The Memorial Cup has been won by Ontario teams 5 times during its 99 years of competition. YEAR CHAMPION COACH RUNNER-UP 99 Univ. of Toronto Schools Frank Carroll Regina Patricias 9 Toronto Canoe Club Ron Carroll Selkirk Juniors 9 Winnipeg Falcons Connie Neal Stratford Midgets 9 Fort Williams War Veterans Stan Bliss Regina Patricias 93 Univ. of Manitoba Winnipeg Hal Moulden Kitchener Greenshirts 94 Owen Sound Greys Jim Jamieson Calgary Canadians 95 Regina Pats Al Ritchie Aura Lee 96 Calgary Canadians Eddie Poulin Queens U. Queens 97 Owen Sound Hancock/Spratt Port Arthur W. End Jrs. 98 Regina Monarchs Howie Milne Ottawa Gunners 99 Toronto Marlboros Frank Selke Elmwood Millionaires 93 Regina Pats Al Ritchie West Toronto 93 Winnipeg Elmwoods Jack Hughes Ottawa Primroses 93 Sudbury Wolves Sam Rothschild Winnipeg Monarches 933 Newmarket Bill Hancock Regina Patricias 934 Toronto St. Michael s Dr. LaFlamme Edmonton Athletics 935 Winnipeg Monarchs Harry Neil Sudbury Cub Wolves 936 West Toronto Redmen Clarence Day Saskatoon Wesleys 937 Winnipeg Monarchs Harry Neil Copper Cliff Redmen 938 St. Boniface Seals Mike Kryschuck Oshawa Generals 939 Oshawa Generals Tracy Shaw Edmonton Ath. Club 94 Oshawa Generals Tracy Shaw Kenora Thistles 94 Winnipeg Rangers L. Northcott Montreal Royals 94 Portage La Prairie Staff Sgt. Bell Oshawa Generals 943 Winnipeg Rangers Bob Kinnear Oshawa Generals 944 Oshawa Generals Charlie Conacher Trail Smoke Eaters 945 Toronto St. Michael s Joe Primeau Moose Jaw Canucks 946 Winnipeg Monarchs Walter Monson Toronto St. Michael s 947 Toronto St. Michael s Joe Primeau Moose Jaw Canucks 948 Port Arthur West End Bruins Ed Lauzon Barrie Flyers 949 Montreal Royals Tag Millar Brandon Wheat Kings YEAR CHAMPION COACH RUNNER-UP 95 Montreal Canadiens Sam Pollock/Bill Reay Regina Pats 95 Barrie Flyers Leighton Emms Winnipeg Manarchs 95 Guelph Biltmores Alf Pike Regina Pats 953 Barrie Flyers Leighton Emms St. Boniface Canadiens 954 St. Catharines Tee Pees Rudy Pilous Edmonton Oil Kings 955 Toronto Marlboros Walter Broda Regina Pats 956 Toronto Marlboros Walter Broda Regina Pats 957 Flin Flon Bombers Bobby Kirk Ottawa Canadiens 958 Ottawa-Hull Canadiens Scotty Bowman Regina Patricias 959 Winnipeg Braves Bill Allum Peterborough TPT Petes 96 St. Catharines Tee Pees Max Kaminsky Edmonton Oil Kings 96 Toronto St. Michael s Father D. Bauer Edmonton Oil Kings 96 Hamilton Red Wings Eddie Bush Edmonton Oil Kings 963 Edmonton Oil Kings Buster Brayshaw Niagara Falls Flyers 964 Toronto Marlboros Jim Gregory Edmonton Oil Kings 965 Niagara Falls Flyers Bill Long Edmonton Oil Kings 966 Edmonton Oil Kings Ray Kinasewich Oshawa Generals 967 Toronton Marlboros Gus Bodnar Port Arthur Mars 968 Niagara Falls Flyers Paul Emms Estevan Bruins 969 Montreal Junior Canadiens Roger Bedard Regina Patricias 97 Montreal Junior Canadiens Roger Bedard Weyburn Red Wings 97 Quebec Remparts Maurice Filion Edmonton Oil Kings 97 Cornwall Royals Orval Tessier Peterborough Petes 973 Toronto Marlboros George Armstrong Quebec Remparts 974 Regina Pats Bob Turner Quebec Remparts 975 Toronto Marlboros George Armstrong New West. Bruins 976 Hamilton Fincups Bert Templeton New West. Bruins 977 New Westminster Bruins Ernie McLean Ottawa 67 s 978 New Westminster Bruins Ernie McLean Peterborough Petes 979 Peterborough Petes Gary Green Brandon Wheat Kings 98 Cornwall Royals Doug Carpenter Peterborough Petes 83

184 YEAR CHAMPION COACH RUNNER-UP 98 Cornwall Royals Bob Kilger Kitchener Rangers 98 Kitchener Rangers Joe Crozier Sherbrooke Castors 983 Portland Winter Hawks Ken Hodge Oshawa Generals 984 Ottawa 67 s Brian Kilrea Kitchener Rangers 985 Prince Albert Raiders Terry Simpson Shawinigan Cataractes 986 Guelph Platers Jacques Martin Hull Olympiques 987 Medicine Hat Tigers Bryan Maxwell Oshawa Generals 988 Medicine Hat Tigers Barry Melrose Windsor Spitfires 989 Swift Current Broncos Graham James Saskatoon Blades 99 Oshawa Generals Rick Cornacchia Kitchener Rangers 99 Spokane Chiefs Bryan Maxwell Drummondville Voltigeurs 99 Kamloops Blazers Tom Renney S.S. Marie Greyhounds 993 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Ted Nolan Peterborough Petes 994 Kamloops Blazers Don Hay Laval Titan 995 Kamloops Blazers Don Hay Detroit Jr. Red Wings 996 Granby Predateurs Michel Therrien Peterborough Petes 997 Hull Olympiques Claude Julien Lethbridge Hurricanes 998 Portland Winterhawks Brent Peterson Guelph Storm 999 Ottawa 67 s Brian Kilrea Calgary Hitmen Rimouski Oceanic Doris Labonte Barrie Colts YEAR CHAMPION COACH RUNNER-UP Red Deer Rebels Brent Sutter Val d Or Foreurs Kootenay Ice Ryan McGill Victoriaville Tigres 3 Kitchener Rangers Peter DeBoer Hull Olympiques 4 Kelowna Rockets Marc Habscheid Gatineau Olympiques 5 London Knights Dale Hunter Rimouski Oceanic 6 Quebec Remparts Patrick Roy Moncton Wildcats 7 Vancouver Giants Don Hay Medicine Hat Tigers 8 Spokane Chiefs Bill Peters Kitchener Rangers 9 Windsor Spitfires Bob Boughner Kelowna Rockets Windsor Spitfires Bob Boughner Brandon Wheat Kings Saint John Sea Dogs Gerard Gallant Miss. St. Michael s Majors Shawinigan Cataractes Eric Veilleux London Knights 3 Halifax Mooseheads Dominique Ducharme Portland Winterhawks 4 Edmonton Oil Kings Derek Laxdal Guelph Storm 5 Oshawa Generals DJ Smith Kelowna Rockets 6 London Knights Dale Hunter Rouyn-Noranda Huskies 7 Windsor Spitfires Rocky Thompson Erie Otters Memorial Cup All-Star teams 7 Goal Defence Defence Forward Forward Forward 6 Goal Defence Defence Forward Forward Forward 5 Goal Defence Defence Forward Forward Forward 4 Goal Defence Defence Forward Forward Forward 3 Goal Defence Defence Forward Forward Forward Goal Defence Defence Forward Forward Forward Goal Defence Defence Forward Forward Forward Goal Defence Defence Forward Forward Forward 84 Michael DiPietro, Windsor Darren Raddysh, Erie Mikhail Sergachev, Windsor Gabriel Vilardi, Windsor Alex DeBrincat, Erie Taylor Raddysh, Erie Tyler Parsons, London Olli Juolevi, London Haydn Fleury, Red Deer Mitch Marner, London Christian Dvorak, London Timo Meier, Rouyn-Noranda Ken Appleby, Oshawa Madison Bowey, Kelowna Ryan Graves, Quebec Nick Merkley, Kelowna Michael McCarron, Oshawa Michael Dal Colle, Oshawa Antoine Bibeau, Val-d Or Cody Corbett, Edmonton Matt Finn, Guelph Edgars Kulda, Edmonton Kerby Rychel, Guelph Henrik Samuelsson, Edmonton Zachary Fucale, Halifax Derrick Pouliot, Portland Konrad Abeltshauser, Halifax Nathan MacKinnon, Halifax Martin Frk, Halifax Ty Rattie, Portland Michael Houser, London Jarred Tinordi, London Brandon Gormley, Shawinigan Austin Watson, London Michael Chaput, Shawinigan Henrik Samuelsson, Edmonton Jordan Binnington, Owen Sound Stuart Percy, Mississaug Nathan Beaulieu, Saint John Andrew Shaw, Owen Sound Devante Smith-Pelly, Mississauga Jonathan Huberdeau, Saint John Martin Jones, Calgary Travis Hamonic, Brandon Cam Fowler, Windsor Taylor Hall, Windsor Jimmy Bubnick, Calgary Matt Calvert, Brandon 9 Goal Defence Defence Forward Forward Forward 8 Goal Defence Defence Forward Forward Forward 7 Goal Defence Defence Forward Forward Forward 6 Goal Defence Defence Forward Forward Forward 5 Goal Defence Defence Forward Forward Forward 4 Goal Defence Defence Forward Forward Forward 3 Goal Defence Defence Forward Forward Forward Goal Defence Defence Forward Forward Forward Marco Cousineau, Drummondville Ryan Ellis, Windsor Tyler Myers, Kelowna Taylor Hall, Windsor Jamie Benn, Kelowna Patrice Cormier, Rimouski Dustin Tokarski, Spokane Justin Falk, Spokane Ben Shutron, Kitchener Justin Azevedo, Kitchener Mitch Wahl, Spokane Drayson Bowman, Spokane Matt Keetley, Medicine Hat Cody Franson, Vancouver Brandan Mikkelson, Vancouver Darren Helm, Medicine Hat Michal Repik, Vancouver Milan Lucic, Vancouver Cedrick Desjardins, Quebec Paul Albers, Vancouver Michal Sersen, Quebec Alexander Radulov, Quebec Gilbert Brule, Vancouver Adam Pineault, Moncton Adam Dennis, London Danny Syvret, London Mario Scalzo Jr., Rimouski Corey Perry, London Danny Fritsche, London Sidney Crosby, Rimouski Kelly Guard, Kelowna Doug O Brien, Gatineau Shea Weber, Kelowna Jean Michel Daoust, Gatineau Clarke MacArthur, Medicine Hat Randall Gelech, Kelowna Scott Dickie, Kitchener Steve Eminger, Kitchener Doug O Brien, Hull Derek Roy, Kitchener Gregory Campbell, Kitchener Mike Richards, Kitchener T.J. Aceti, Erie Danny Groulx, Victoriaville Kevin Dallman, Guelph Colin Sinclair, Kootenay Cory Pecker, Erie Matthew Lombardi, Victoriaville Goal Defence Defence Forward Forward Forward Goal Defence Defence Forward Forward Forward 999 Goal Defence Defence Forward Forward Forward 998 Goal Defence Defence Forward Forward Forward Maxime Daigneault, Val d Or Paul Elliott, Regina Chris Lyness, VdO/Ross Lupaschuk, RD Brent Lysak, Regina Simon Gamache, Val d Or Kyle Wanvig, Red Deer Sebastien Caron, Rimouski Michel Periard, Rimouski Eric Reitz, Barrie Brad Richards, Rimouski Juraj Kolnik, Rimouski Sheldon Keefe, Barrie Cory Campbell, Belleville Nick Boynton, Ottawa Matt Kinch, Calgary Glenn Crawford, Belleville Joe Talbot, Ottawa Pavel Brendl, Calgary Chris Madden, Guelph Brad Ference, Spokane Francis Lessard, Val d Or Andrej Podkonciky, Portland Manny Malhotra, Guelph Marian Hossa, Portland 997 Goal Christian Bronsard, Hull Defence Chris Phillips, Lethbridge Defence Jan Snopek, Oshawa Centre Christian Dube, Hull Left Wing Byron Ritchie, Lethbridge Right Wing Martin Menard, Hull 996 Goal Frederic Deschenes, Granby Defence Wade Redden, Brandon Defence Jason Doig, Granby Centre Xavier Delisle, Granby Left Wing Philippe Audet, Granby Right Wing Cameron Mann, Peterborough 995 Goal Jason Saal, Detroit Defence Nolan Baumgartner, Kamloops Defence Bryan McCabe, Brandon Centre Darcy Tucker, Kamloops Left Wing Sean Haggerty, Detroit Right Wing Shane Doan, Kamloops 994 Goal Eric Fichaud, Chicoutimi Defence Aaron Keller, Kamloops Defence Nolan Baumgartner, Kamloops Centre Darcy Tucker, Kamloops Left Wing Alain Cote, Laval Right Wing Rod Stevens, Kamloops

185 993 Goal Kevin Hodson, Sault Ste. Marie Defence Michael Gaul, Laval Defence Drew Bannister, Sault Ste. Marie Centre Ralph Intranuovo, Sault Ste. Marie Left Wing Chad Penney, Sault Ste. Marie Right Wing Martin Lapointe, Laval 99 Goal Corey Hirsch, Kamloops Defence Scott Niedermayer, Kamloops Defence Drew Bannister, Sault Ste. Marie Centre Colin Miller, Sault Ste. Marie Left Wing Mike Mathers, Kamloops Right Wing Turner Stevenson, Seattle 99 Goal Felix Potvin, Chicoutimi Defence Patrice Brisebois, Drummondville Defence Brad Tiley, Sault Ste. Marie Centre Ray Whitney, Spokane Left WIng Brend Thurston, Spokane Right Wing Pat Falloon, Spokane 99 Goal Mike Torchia, Kitchener Defence Cory Keenan, Kitchener Defence Paul O Hagan, Oshawa Centre Eric Lindros, Oshawa Left Wing Iain Fraser, Oshawa Right Wing Steven Rice, Kitchener 989 Goal Mike Greenlay, Saskatoon Defence Dan Lambert, Swift Current Defence Ken Sutton, Saskatoon Centre Tim Tisdale, Swift Current Left Wing Neil Carnes, Laval Right Wing Sheldon Kennedy, Swift Current 988 Goal Mark Fitzpatrick, Medicine Hat Defence Dean Chynoweth, Medicine Hat Defence Darryl Shannon, Windsor Centre Rob Dimaio, Medicine Hat Left Wing Darrin Shannon, Windsor Right Wing Trevor Linden, Medicine Hat 987 Goal Mark Fitzpatrick, Medicine Hat Defence Wayne McBean, Medicine Hat Defence Gordon Murphy, Oshawa Centre Jeff Wenaas, Medicine Hat Left WIng Dale Kushner, Medicine Hat Right Wing Guy Phillips, Medicine Hat 986 Goal Steve Guenette, Guelph Defence Steve Chiasson, Guelph Defence Ron Shudra, Kamloops Centre Guy Rouleau, Hull Left Wing Luc Robitalle, Hull Right Wing Bob Foglietta, Portland Memorial Cup Award Winners STAFFORD SMYTHE MEMORIAL TROPHY (MVP) 975 Barry Smith, New Westminster (WCHL) 976 Dale McCourt, Hamilton (OHL) 977 Barry Beck, New Westminster (WCHL) 978 Stan Smyl, New Westminster (WCHL) 979 Bart Hunter, Brandon (WHL) 98 Dave Ezard, Cornwall (QMJHL) 98 Dale Hawerchuk, Cornwall (QMJHL) 98 Sean McKenna, Sherbrooke (QMJHL) 983 Alfie Turcotte, Portland (WHL) 984 Adam Creighton, Ottawa (OHL) 985 Dan Hodgson, Prince Albert (WHL) 986 Steve Chiasson, Guelph (OHL) 987 Wayne McBean, Medicine Hat (WHL) 988 Rob Dimaio, Medicine Hat (WHL) 989 Dan Lambert, Swift Current (WHL) 99 Iain Fraser, Oshawa (OHL) 99 Pat Falloon, Spokane (WHL) 99 Scott Niedermayer, Kamloops (WHL) 993 Ralph Intranuovo, Sault Ste. Marie (OHL) 994 Darcy Tucker, Kamloops (WHL) 995 Shane Doan, Kamloops (WHL) 996 Cameron Mann, Peterborough (OHL) 997 Christian Dube, Hull (QMJHL) 998 Chris Madden, Guelph (OHL) 999 Nick Boynton, Ottawa (OHL) Brad Richards, Rimouski (QMJHL) Kyle Wanvig, Red Deer (WHL) Danny Groulx, Victoriaville (QMJHL) 3 Derek Roy, Kitchener (OHL) 4 Kelly Guard, Kelowna (WHL) 5 Corey Perry, London (OHL) 6 Alexander Radulov, Quebec (QMJHL) 7 Milan Lucic, Vancouver (WHL) 8 Dustin Tokarski, Spokane (WHL) 9 Taylor Hall, Windsor (OHL) Taylor Hall, Windsor (OHL) Jonathan Huberdeau, Saint John (QMJHL) Michaal Chaput,Shawinigan (QMJHL) 3 Nathan MacKinnon, Halifax (QMJHL) 4 Edgars Kulda, Edmonton (WHL) 5 Leon Draisaitl, Kelowna (WHL) 6 Mitch Marner, London (OHL) 7 Dylan Strome, Erie (OHL) GEORGE PARSONS TROPHY (SPORTSMANSHIP) 975 John Smrke, Toronto (OHL) 976 Richard Shinske, New Westminster (WCHL) 977 Bob Smith, Ottawa (OHL) 978 Mark Kirton, Peterborough (OHL) 979 Chris Halyk, Peterborough (OHL) 98 Dale Hawerchuk, Cornwall (QMJHL) 98 Mark Morrison, Victoria (WHL) 98 Brian Bellows, Kitchener (OHL) 983 David Gans, Oshawa (OHL) 984 Brian Wilks, Kitchener (OHL) 985 Tony Grenier, Prince Albert (WHL) 986 Kerry Huffman, Guelph (OHL) 987 Scott McCrory, Oshawa (OHL) 988 Martin Gelinas, Hull (QMJHL) 989 Jamey Hicks, Peterborough (OHL) 99 Jason Firth, Kitchener (OHL) 99 Ray Whitney, Spokane (WHL) 99 Colin Miller, Sault Ste. Marie (OHL) 993 Jason Dawe, Peterborough (OHL) 994 Yannick Dube, Laval (QMJHL) 995 Jarome Iginla, Kamloops (WHL) 996 Mike Williams, Peterborough (OHL) 997 Radoslav Suchy, Chicoutimi (QMJHL) 998 Manny Malhotra, Guelph (OHL) 999 Brian Campbell, Ottawa (OHL) Brandon Reid, Halifax (QMJHL) Brandon Reid, Val d Or (QMJHL) Tomas Plihal, Kootenay (WHL) 3 Gregory Campbell, Kitchener (OHL) 4 Josh Gorges, Kelowna (WHL) 5 Marc-Antoine Pouliot, Rimouski (QMJHL) 6 Jerome Samson, Moncton (QMJHL) 7 Brennan Bosch, Medicine Hat (WHL) 8 Matt Halischuk, Kitchener (OHL) 9 Yannick Riendeau, Drummondville (QMJHL) Toni Rajala, Brandon (WHL) Marc Cantin, Mississauga (OHL) Zack Phillips, Saint John (QMJHL) 3 Bo Horvat, London (OHL) 4 Curtis Lazar, Edmonton (WHL) 5 Alexis Loiseau, Rimouski (QMJHL) 6 Francis Perron, Rouyn-Noranda (QMJHL) 7 Anthony Cirelli, Erie (OHL) HAP EMMS MEMORIAL TROPHY (OUTSTANDING GOALTENDER) 975 Gary Carr, Toronto (OHL) 976 Maurice Barrett, Quebec (QMJHL) 977 Pat Riggin, Ottawa (OHL) 978 Ken Ellacott, Peterborough (OHL) 979 Bart Hunter, Brandon (WHL) 98 Rick LaFerriere, Peterborough (OHL) 98 Corrado Micalef, Cornwall (QMJHL) 98 Michel Morissette, Sherbrooke(QMJHL) 983 Mike Vernon, Portland (WHL) 984 Darren Pang, Ottawa (OHL) 985 Ward Komonosky, Prince Albert (WHL) 986 Steve Guenette, Guelph (OHL) 987 Mark Fitzpatrick, Medicine Hat (WHL) 988 Mark Fitzpatrick, Medicine Hat (WHL) 989 Mike Greenlay, Saskatoon (WHL) 99 Mike Torchia, Kitchener (OHL) 99 Felix Potvin, Chicoutimi (QMJHL) 99 Corey Hirsch, Kamloops (WHL) 993 Kevin Hodson, Sault Ste. Marie (OHL) 994 Eric Fichaud, Chicoutimi (QMJHL) 995 Jason Saal, Detroit (OHL) 996 Frederic Deschenes, Grandby (QMJHL) 997 Christian Bronsard, Hull (QMJHL) 998 Chris Madden, Guelph (OHL) 999 Cory Campbell, Belleville (OHL) Sebastien Caron, Rimouski (QMJHL) Maxime Daigneault, Val d Or (QMJHL) T.J. Aceti, Erie (OHL) 3 Scott Dickie, Kitchener (OHL) 4 Kelly Guard, Kelowna (WHL) 5 Adam Dennis, London (OHL) 6 Cedrick Desjardins, Quebec (QMJHL) 7 Matt Keetley, Medicine Hat (WHL) 8 Dustin Tokarski, Spokane (WHL) 9 Marco Cousineau, Drummondville (QMJHL) Martin Jones, Calgary (WHL) Jordan Binnington, Owen Sound (OHL) Gabriel Girard, Shawinigan (QMJHL) 3 Andrey Makarov, Saskatoon (WHL) 4 Antoine Bibeau, Val-d Or (QMJHL) 5 Ken Appleby, Oshawa (OHL) 6 Tyler Parsons, London (OHL) 7 Michael DiPietro, Windsor (OHL) ED CHYNOWETH TROPHY (LEADING SCORER) 996 Philippe Audet, Granby (QMJHL) 997 Christian Dube, Hull (QMJHL) 998 Andrej Podkonicky, Portland (WHL) 999 Justin Davis, Ottawa (OHL) Ramzi Abid, Halifax (QMJHL) Simon Gamache, Val d Or (QMJHL) Matthew Lombardi, Victoriaville (QMJHL) 3 Gregory Campbell, Kitchener (OHL) 4 Doug O Brien, Gatineau (QMJHL) 5 Sidney Crosby, Rimouski (QMJHL) 6 Gilbert Brule, Vancouver (WHL) 7 Michal Repik, Vancouver (WHL) 8 Justin Azevedo, Kitchener (OHL) 9 Jamie Benn, Kelowna (WHL) Taylor Hall, Windsor (OHL) Andrew Shaw, Owen Sound (OHL) Michael Chaput, Shawinigan (QMJHL) 3 Nathan MacKinnon, Halifax (QMJHL) 4 Henrik Samuelsson, Edmonton (WHL) 5 Leon Draisaitl, Kelowna (WHL) 6 Mitch Marner, London (OHL) 7 Dylan Strome, Erie (OHL) 85

186 Memorial Cup Records (since the introduction of the round robin format in 97) TEAM Most Championships 3 Cornwall Royals (97, 98, 98), Kamloops Blazers (99, 994, 995), Windsor Spitfires (9,, 7) Most Championships (franchise) 5 New Westminster/Kamloops (977, 78 9, 94, 95) Most Consecutive Championships New Westminster Bruins (977, 78); Cornwall Royals (98, 8); Medicine Hat Tigers (987, 88); Kamloops Blazers (994, 95); Windsor Spitfires (9, ) Most Tournament Appearances 8 Peterborough Petes (97, 78, 79, 8, 89, 93, 96, 6), 6 Kamloops (984, 86, 9, 9, 94, 95), Kitchener (98, 8, 84, 9, 3, 8) 5 Laval (983, 89, 9, 93, 94), Oshawa (983, 87, 9, 97, 5), London (5,, 3, 4, 6), Brandon (979, 95, 96,, 6), Kelowna (3, 4, 5, 9, 5) Most Appearances (franchise) New Westminster/Kamloops (975, 76, 77, 78, 84, 86, 9, 9, 94, 95) Most Consecutive Appearances 4 New Westminster Bruins (975, 76, 77, 78). 3 Peterborough (978, 79, 8), Sault Ste. Marie (99, 9, 93), London (, 3, 4), Kelowna (3, 4, 5) Most Final Game Appearances 6 Peterborough Petes (97, 78, 79, 8, 93, 96), Kitchener Rangers (98, 8, 84, 9, 3, 8) 4 New Westminster Bruins (975, 76, 77, 78), Oshawa (983, 987, 99, 5), Windsor (988, 9,, 7) Most Tournament Wins Peterborough Petes (8 appearances, 37 games) 7 Kitchener Rangers (6 appearances, 8 games) 5 Kamloops Blazers (6 appearances, 5 games), Windsor Spitfires (4 appearances, 8 games) Longest Winning Streak (Games) Kamloops Blazers (99, 994 and 995); Windsor Spitfires (9, and 7) 6 Medicine Hat Tigers ( ) SINGLE SERIES Most Goals 9 Prince Albert Raiders, 985 (5 games) 8 Windsor Spitfires, (4 games) Most Goals Against 8 Cornwall Royals, 98 (5 games) 7 Brandon Wheat Kings, (5 games) Most Goals Scored by All Teams at Portland (Portland-8, Oshawa-8, Verdun-6, Lethbridge-4) - 8 games. Most Shutouts (all teams) 994 at Laval (Steve Passmore, Kamloops 5- vs. Chicoutimi, Éric Fichaud, Chicoutimi - vs. Laval); 996 at Peterbrough (Frèdèric Deschênes, Granby 8- vs. Guelph, 4- vs. Peterbrough) Most Goals, One Game, One Team Erie, May, 7 vs. Saint John Sea Dogs (Erie, Saint John 5) Quebec, May, 974 vs. St. Catharines (Quebec, St. Catharines 3); Regina, May 8, 98 vs. Cornwall (Regina, Cornwall ). Most Shots on Goal One Game 56 Hull, May, 986 vs. Portland (Hull 7, Portland 5). Fastest Three Goals :38 New Westminster, May, 978 vs. Trois Rivieres (New Westminster 6, Trois Rivieres 3). Scorers were Scott McLeod at 6:3, Ken Barry at 6: and Scott McLeod at 6:4 second period. Longest Game :4 May 3, 4, Edmonton 4-3 vs Val-d Or in Semi-Finals (3OT). 95:4 May, 5 Ottawa 3 - Kelowna (OT) (Round Robin) 85:34 May 4, Barrie 3 - Kootenay (OT) (Round Robin) 84:6 May, 99, Oshawa 5 vs. Kitchener 4 (OT) (Round Robin). 86

187 INDIVIDUAL Most Memorial Cups Won (player) 3 Ryan Huska, Kamloops, 99, 94 & 95; Tyson Nash, Kamloops, 99, 94 & 95; Darcy Tucker, Kamloops, 99, 94 & 95; Robert Savard, Cornwall, 98, 8 & Kitchener 8. Most Memorial Cups Won (Coach) 3 Don Hay, Kamloops, 995 & 96 and Vancouver 7. Tracy Shaw, Oshawa, 939 & 4; Joe Primeau, 945 & 47; Leighton Hap Emms, 95 & 53; Walton Turk Broda, Toronto Marlboros, 955 & 56; Roger Bédard, Montréal, 969 & 7; George Armstrong, Toronto Marlboros, 973 & 75; Ernie McLean, New Westminster, 977 & 78; Bryan Maxwell, Medicine Hat, 987 & Spokane 99; Brian Kilrea, Ottawa 984 & 99; Bob Boughner (9, ); Dale Hunter (5, 6) Most Memorial Cups Won (Manager) 3 Matt Leyden, Oshawa, 939, 4 & 44; Bob Brown, Kamloops, 99, 94 & 95; Warren Rychel, Windsor, 9, & 7 SINGLE SERIES Most Goals 8 Dale Hawerchuk, Cornwall, 98; Luc Robitaille, Hull 986; Pat Falloon, Spokane, 99. Most Assists 3 Dan Hodgson, Prince Albert, 985. Most Points 6 Jeff Larmer, Kitchener, 98; Guy Rouleau, Hull, 986. Most Penalty Minutes 63 Kerry Toporowski, Spokane, 99. Most Game Winning Goals 3 Rick Kowalsky, Sault Ste. Marie, 993; Zac Boyer, Kamloops, 99, Cameron Mann, Peterborough, 996. Most Shutouts Frédéric Deschênes, Granby (May, 996 vs. Guelph, 8- and May, 9, 996 vs. Peterbrough 4-). Best Goals Against Average.75 Kelly Guard, Kelowna, 4.58 Adam Dennis, London, 5.67 Richard Brodeur, Cornwall, 97; Trevor Kidd, Spokane, 99. Most Minutes Played, Goaltender 354 Mike Torchia, Kitchener, 99 (5 games) SINGLE GAME Most Goals 5 Bruce Boudreau, Toronto,May 9, 975 vs. Sherbrooke (Toronto, Sherbrooke 4) Most Assists 5 Dan Hodgson, Prince Albert, May 4, 985 vs. S.S. Marie (Prince Albert 8, S.S. Marie 6) Most Points 7 Dylan Strome, Erie, May, 7 vs. Saint John (4 goals, 3 assists; Erie, Saint John 5) 6 Joe Contini, Hamilton, May, 976 vs. New Westminster (3 goals, 3 assists; Hamilton 8, New Westminster 4); Guy Rouleau, Hull, (twice) May, 986 vs. Portland (3 goals, 3 assists; Hull 7, Portland 5) and May 6, 986 vs. Kamloops ( goal, 4 assists; Hull 9, Kamloops 3); Mike Mathers, Kamloops, May 6, 99 vs. Seattle (3 goals, 3 assists; Kamloops 8, Seattle 3); Taylor Raddysh, Erie, May, 7 vs. Saint John ( goals, 4 assists; Erie, Saint John 5) Fastest Opening Goal (first period) : Brian Bellows, Kitchener, May 9, 98 vs. Portland (Kitchener 9, Portland ) Fastest Period Goal (other than first period) :6 Everett Sanipass, Verdun, May, 985 vs. Sault Ste. Marie, third period (Sault Ste. Marie 6, Verdun 3). Fastest Overtime Goal : Keith Crowder, Peterborough, May, 978 vs. New Westminster (Peterborough 4, New Westminster 3) Fastest Two Goals (by one player) :8 Joe Contini, Hamilton, May, 976 vs. New Westminster, at 8:57 and 9:5, first period (Ham. 8, New West. 4) Fastest Three Goals (by one player) : Joe Contini, Hamilton, May, 976 vs. New Westminster at 7:53, 8:57 and 9:5, first period 87

188 Ontario Based Teams to win the Memorial Cup 99 - UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SCHOOLS Jack Aggett, Donald Gunn, Steve Greey, Don Jeffrey, Richard Kearns, Duncan Dunc Munroe, Langton Rowell, Joe Sullivan, W.R. Baker (manager), Frank Carroll (coach). 9 - TORONTO CANOE CLUB PADDLERS Harold Applegath, Billy Burch, Lionel Conacher, Sydney Hueston, Cyril J.Kelly, Francis McCurry, John A. Mollenhauer, Frank Moore, Wilfred White, Roy Worters, Cyril Reid (manager), Dick Carroll (coach) OWEN SOUND GREYS James Dutch Cain, George Elliott, Bev Flarity, Ted Graham, Mel Butch Keeling, H. Silverthorne, Headley Smith, Ralph Cooney Weiland, E. Shorty Wright, Jim Jamieson (manager), E.T. Hicks (coach) OWEN SOUND GREYS Johnny Red Beattie, Benny Grant, John Grant, Martin Lauder, Jack Markle, Harold Shrimp McDougall, Alvin Moore, Hillis Paddy Paddon, H. Smith, A. Bennett (manager), Father J. Spratt and Bill Hancock (coach) TORONTO MARLBOROS Eddie Convey, Charlie Conacher, Clarence Christie, Jim Darragh, Bob Gamble, Max Hackett, Red Horner, Harvey Busher Jackson, Alex Levinsky, Alf Moore, Laurie Moore, Harry Montgomery, Ellis Pringle, Frank Selke (coach) SUDBURY CUB WOLVES Max Bennett, Hector Toe Blake, Borden Caswell, Maurice Dabous, Peter Fenton, Ivan Fraser, Gordon Grant, Anthony Healey, Adelard LaFrance, Jr., Larry LaFrance, Jack McInnes, Bob McInnes, Redmond Red Porter-capt., A.J. Powell, Don Price, Dalton Nakena Smith, Max Silverman (manager), Sam Rothschild (coach) NEWMARKET REDMEN Tod Silver Doran, Ran Forder, Frank Chief Huggins, Regis Pep Kelly, Norm Mann, Aubrey Marshall, Red McArthur, M. Ogilvie, Jimmy Parr, Howard Peterson, Gar Preston, Melville Sparky Vial-capt., Don Wilson, Stan Smith (manager), Bill Hancock (coach) TORONTO ST. MICHAEL S COLLEGE John Acheson, Frank Bauer, Bobby Bauer, J.J. Burke, Clarence Mickey Drouillard, Reg Hamilton, John Hamilton, Art Jackson, Regis Pep Kelly, Nick Metz, Leo McLean, Harvey Teno, Don Willson, J.J. Timmons (manager), Dr. W.J. LaFlamme (coach) WEST TORONTO REDMEN NATIONALS Bert Conacher, Roy Conacher, Johnny Bucky Crawford, D. Fritz, Carl Gamble, Fred Ginger Hall, Robert Red Heron, Bill Jennings, Bob Laurent, F. Murray, Johnny Peanut O Flaherty, Ted Robertson, Gord Shill, Bill Thompson, Harold Ballard (manager), Clarence Hap Day (coach) OSHAWA GENERALS Les Colvin, Don Daniels, Joe Delmonte, Jim Drummond, Gerry Kinsella, Nick Knott, Jud McAtee, Norm McAtee, Dinny McManus, Gar Peters, Roy Sawyer, Orville Smith, George Nig Ritchie, Billy Taylor-capt., Matt Leyden (manager), Tracy Shaw (coach) OSHAWA GENERALS Don Daniels, Frank Eddolls, Jack Hewson, Bud Hellyer, Nick Knott, Jud McAtee-capt., Norm McAtee, Dinny McManus, Gar Peters, George Nig Ritchie, Roy Sawyer, Orville Smith, Doug Turner, Ron Wilson, Wally Wilson, Matt Leyden (manager), Tracy Shaw (coach) OSHAWA GENERALS Bill Barker, Don Batten, Dave Bauer, Harvey Bennett, Johnny Chenier, Floyd Curry, Bob Dawes, Bill Ezinicki, Ted Lindsay, Bobby Love, Johnny Marois, Murdie McMillan, Gus Mortson, Bob Porter, Bert Shewchuck, Ken Smith, Jack Taggart, Matt Leyden (manager), Charlie Conacher (coach) TORONTO ST. MICHAELS COLLEGE John Arundel, John Blute, Pat Boehmer, Les Costello, Leo Gravell, Bob Gray, Johnny McCormack, Ted McLean, Jim Morrison, Gus Mortson, Bobby Paul, Joe Sadler, Phil Samis, Tod Sloan, Jimmy Thompson, Frank Turik, J. Frezell (manager), Joe Primeau (coach) TORONTO ST. MICHAEL S COLLEGE Les Costello, Ray Hannigan, Ed Harrison, Howard Harvey, Len Red Kelly, Fleming Mackell, John McLellan, Clare Malone, Rudy Migay, Bobby Paul, Harry Psutka, Ed Sandford, John Williams, Warren Winslow, Benny Woit, Joe 88 Primeau (coach) BARRIE FLYERS Lionel Barber, Marvin Brewer, Real Chevrefils, Don Emms, Paul Emms, Bill Hagan, Lorne Howes, Leo Labine, Jack McKnight, Doug Mohns, Jim Morrison, Daniel O Connor, Lloyd Pearsall, George Stanutz, Jerry Toppazzini, Doug Towers, Ralph Willis, Chuck Woods, Jack White, Howard Norris (manager), Leighton Hap Emms (coach) GUELPH BILTMORE MAD HATTERS Andy Bathgate, Frank Bettiol, Dan Blair, Ted Brady, Marv Brewer, William Chalmers, Jim Connelly, Lou Fontinato, Aldo Guidolin, Chuck Henderson, Harry Howell, Ken Laufman, Doug Lessor, Bill McCreary, Ron Pirie, Dean Prentice, Ron Murphy, Ron Stewart, Roy Mason (manager), Alf Pike (coach) BARRIE FLYERS Orin Carver, Don Cherry, George Cuculick, Marv Edwards, Bill Harrington, Jack Higgins, Tim Hook, John Martan, Don McKenney, Doug Mohns, Fred Pletsch, Tony Poeta, Allen Skip Teal, Ken Robertson, Jim Robertson, Orval Tessier, Larry Thibault, Ralph Willis, Bob White, Howard Norris (manager), Leighton Hap Emms (coach) ST. CATHARINES TEE PEES Jack Armstrong, Hugh Barlow, Hank Ciesla, Barry Cullen, Brian Cullen, Nelson Bulloch, Ian Cushanen, Marv Edwards, Jack Higgins, Cecil Hoekstra, Pete Koval, Bob Maxwell, Don McLean, Wimpy Roberts, Reg Truax, Elmer Vasko, Chester Warchol, Rudy Pilous (coach) TORONTO MARLBOROS John Albani, Gary Aldcorn, Bob Baun, Ron Casey, Gary Collins, Glenn Cressman, Bob Dodds, Ken Girard, Billy Harris, Gerry James, Ron Kendall, Bill Kennedy, Al MacNeil, Mike Nykoluk, Gord Onotsky, Bob Pulford, Jake Smola, Ross Sneddon, Stafford Smythe (manager), Walter Turk Broda (coach) TORONTO MARLBOROS Bob Baun, Walt Boyer, Carl Brewer, Len Broderick, Stan Buda, Charlie Burns, Ron Casey, Gary Collins, Jim Crockett, Ron Farnfield, Ken Girard, Gord Haughton, Bill Kennedy, Al MacNeil, Jim Murchie, Harry Neale, Bob Nevin, Bob Pulford, Stafford Smythe (manager), Walter Turk Broda (coach) OTTAWA-HULL CANADIENS Jon Annable, Ralph Backstrom, Jacques Begin, Bob Boucher, Bill Carter, Claude Cyr, Dick Dawson, Claude Fournel, Bruce Gamble, Terry Gray, John Longarini, Nick Murray, Bob Olajos, Claude Richard, Bob Rousseau, Claude Ruel, Andre Tardif, Gilles Tremblay, Jean C. Tremblay, Harold White, Sam Pollock (manager), Scotty Bowman (coach) ST. CATHARINES TEEPEES Pete Berge, John Brenneman, Larry Burns, Pete Creco, Roger Crozier, Ray Cullen, Don Grosso, Vic Hadfield, Murray Hall, Duke Harris, Bill Ives, Carlo Longarini, Chico Maki, Terry McGuire, Rich Predovich, Pete Riddle, Doug Robinson, Bill Speer, Rudy Pilous (Manager), Max Kaminsky (Coach) ST. MICHAEL S MAJORS Arnold Brown, Andre Champagne, Gerry Cheevers, Jack Cole, Paul Conlin, Terry Clancy, Bruce Draper, Dave Draper, Dave Dryden, Roger Galipeau, Paul Jackson, Larry Keenan, Duncan MacDonald, Bill MacMillan, Barry McKenzie, Peter Noakes, Terry O Malley, Sonny Osborne, Brian Walsh, Father David Bauer (Manager, Coach) HAMILTON RED WINGS John Bud Blom, Joe Bujdoso, Bryan Campbell, Bob Dean, John Gofton, Bob Hamilton, Ron Harris, Larry Harrop, Earl Heiskala, Paul Henderson, Roger LaFreniere, Lowell MacDonald, Hubert Pit Martin, Jim Peters, Wayne Rivers, Bob Wall, Jack Wildfong, Larry Ziliotto, Eddie Bush (coach) TORONTO MARLBOROS Wayne Carleton, Andre Champagne, Jack Chipchase, Gary Dineen, Ray Dupont, Ron Ellis, Nick Harbaruk, Bill Henderson, Paul Laurent, Jim McKenny, Grant Moore, Rod Seiling, Brit Selby, Gary Smith, Peter Stemkowski, Mike Walton, Barry Watson, Ray Winterstein, Buck Houle (manager), Jim Gregory (coach) NIAGARA FALLS FLYERS Guy Allen, John Arbour, Steve Atkinson, Brian Bradley, Bud Debrody, Bill Goldsworthy, Andre Lajeunesse, Rick Ley, Jim Lorentz, Don Marcotte, Gilles Marotte, Rosaire Paiement, Bernard Parent, Jean Pronovost, Bobby Ring, Derek Sanderson, Mike Sherman, Ted Snell, Barry Wilkins, Dave Woodley,

189 Leighton Hap Emms (manager) Bill Long (coach) TORONTO MARLBOROS Doug Acomb, Fred Barrett, Richie Bayes, Jim Blain, Mike Byers, Terry Caffery, Cam Crosby, Gord Davies, Gary Edwards, Chris Evans, Brian Glennie, Frank Hamill, Ken Kelly, Steve King, Tom Martin, Gerry Meehan, Cam Newton, Al Osborne, Brad Park, Mike Pelyk, Bob Whidden, John Wright, Jim Gregory (GM), Gus Bodnar (coach) NIAGARA FALLS FLYERS Steve Atkinson, Doug Brindley, Russ Frieson, Karl Haggarty, Doug Keeler, Mike Keeler, Rick Ley, Dan Makey, Phil Myre, Jim Notman, Phil Roberto, Ron Schwindt, Brad Selwood, Garry Swain, Don Tannahill, Dave Tataryn, Rick Thompson, Ross Webley, Tom Webster, Leighton Hap Emms (manager), Paul Emms (coach) CORNWALL ROYALS Robbie Bingley, Yvon Blais, Brian Bowles, Richard Brodeur, Stuart Davison, Robert Geoffrion, Dan Lupenette, Blair MacDonald, Tony McCarthy, Brian McCullough, Dave Johnson, Bob Murray, John Nazar, Michel Renaud, Al Sims, Ron Smith, Gerry Teeple, Kevin Tracey, Pierre Viau, John Wensink, Tom Wynne, Jim Larin (GM), Orval Tessier (coach) TORONTO MARLBOROS Paulin Bordeleau, Bruce Boudreau, Jim Clarke, Bob Dailey, Dick Decloe, Kevin Devine, Wayne Dillon, Tom Edur, Dan Glugosh, Glenn Goldup, Geoff Green, Mark Howe, Marty Howe, John Hughes, Peter Marrin, Kevin Neville, Dennis Owchar, Mike Palmateer, Brad Winton, Jeff Woodyatt, Frank Bonello (GM), George Armstrong (coach) TORONTO MARLBOROS John Anderson, Steve Bosco, Bruce Boudreau, Al Cameron, Gary Carr, Craig Crawford, Brian Crichton, Steve Harrison, Trevor Johansen, Bernie Johnston, Lynn Jorgenson, Mike Kaszycki, Jim Kirkpatrick, Mike Kitchen, Mike McEwen, Mark Murphy, Mark Napier, Ed Saffrey, John Smrke, Bill Wells, Ron Wilson, Frank Bonello (GM), George Armstrong (coach) HAMILTON FINCUPS Joe Contini, Mike Fedorko, Steve Hazlett, Cal Herd, Denis Houle, Willie Huber, Al Jensen, Mike Keating, Archie King, Joe Kowal, Mark Locken, Ted Long, Dale McCourt, Bob Mierkalns, Mark Perras, Bill Reilly, Ron Roscoe, Alan Secord, Ric Seiling, Danny Shearer, Ed Smith, Rob Street, Sean Sullivan, Dave Draper (GM), Bert Templeton (coach) PETERBOROUGH PETES Bob Attwell, Dave Beckon, Terry Bovair, Carmine Cirella, Keith Crowder, Ken Ellacott, Dave Fenyves, Larry Floyd, Bill Gardner, Chris Halyk, Anssi Melametsa, Larry Murphy, Mark Reeds, Brad Ryder, Stuart Smith, Greg Theberge, Tim Trimper, Jim Wiemer, Gary Green (GM/coach) CORNWALL ROYALS Scott Arniel, Fred Arthur, Fred Boimistruck, Dan Brown, Newell Brown, Mike Corrigan, Marc Crawford, Gilles Crépeau, Dan Daoust, Dave Ezard, Tom Graovac, Craig Halliday, Pat Haramis, Dale Hawerchuk, Pat Heramis, Bobby Hull Jr., Pat O Kane, Robert Savard, Ron Scott, Ron Willard, Dan Zavarise, Doug Carpenter (coach) CORNWALL ROYALS Scott Arniel, Fred Arthur, Fred Boimistruck, Eric Calder, Marc Crawford, Gilles Crépeau, Jeff Eatough, Dan Frawley, Tom Graovac, Doug Gilmour, Craig Haliday, Dale Hawerchuk, John Kirk, Marc Lalonde, Joe Mantione, Corrado Micalef, Sandy Mitchell, Stephen Molaski, Gérard Peltier, Roy Russell, Robert Savard, Bob Kilger (coach) KITCHENER RANGERS Brian Bellows, Darryl Boudreau, Kevin Casey, Louis Crawford, Mike Eagles, Mike Hough, Jeff Larmer, Joel Levesque, Al MacInnis, Grant Martin, Mario Michieli, Mike Moher, Dave Nicholls, Jim Ralph, Robert Savard, Brad Schnurr, Dave Shaw, Scott Stevens, John Tucker, Wendell Young, Joe Crozier (GM/ coach) OTTAWA 67 S Richard Adolfi, Bill Bennett, Bruce Cassidy, Todd Clarke, Greg Coram, Adam Creighton, Bob Giffin, Scott Hammond, John Hanna, Tim Helmer, Mike James, Steve Hrynewich, Don McLaren, Roy Myllari, Darren Pang, Mark Paterson, Phil Patterson, Gary Roberts, Darcy Roy, Brad Shaw, Steve Simoni, Brian Kilrea (GM/coach) GUELPH PLATERS Rob Arabski, Paul Brydges, Steve Chiasson, Luciano Fagioli, Rob Graham, Steve Guenette, Brian Hayton, Andy Helmuth, Kerry Huffman, Paul Kelly, Denis Larocque, Lonnie Loach, Bill Loshaw, Allan MacIsaac, Jamie McKinley, John McIntyre, Keith Miller, Mike Murray, Tom Nickolau, Gary Roberts, Luc Sabourin, Marc Tournier, Robert Holody (GM), Jacques Martin (coach) 99 - OSHAWA GENERALS Bill Armstrong, Cory Banika, Fred Brathwaite, Joe Busillo, Kevin Butt, Clair Cornish, David Craievich, Mike Craig, Dale Craigwell, Jean-Paul Davis, Mark Deazeley, Craig Donaldson, Iain Fraser, Brent Grieve, Brian Grieve, Matt Hoffman, Scott Hollis, Eric Lindros, Scott Luik, Trevor McIvor, Paul O Hagan, Wade Simpson, Jarrod Skalde, Frank Jay (Dir. of Hockey Ops), Rick Cornacchia (Coach) SAULT STE. MARIE GREYHOUNDS Drew Bannister, Brad Baber, Dan Cloutier, Sean Gagnon, Aaron Gavey, Wade Gibson, Kiley Hill, Kevin Hodson, Ralph Intranuovo, Rick Kowalsky, Tom Mac- Donald, Neal Martin, Mark Matier, David Matsos, Jodi Murphy, Perry Pappas, Oliver Pastinsky, Chad Penney, Jarret Reid, Gary Roach, Steve Sullivan, Jeff Toms, Dan Tanevski, Briane Thompson, Joe Van Volsen, Sherwood Bassin (Dir. of Ops.), Ted Nolan (Coach) OTTAWA 67 S Henric Alfredsson, Dallas Ashford, Mark Bell, Nick Boynton, Brian Campbell, Chris Cava, Justin Davis, Miguel Delisle, Lance Galbraith, Ben Gustavson, Ian Jacobs, Zenon Konopka, Seamus Kotyk, Jeff MacLean, Luke Sellars, Levente Szuper, Joe Talbot, Dan Tessier, Dan Tudin, Jeremy Van Hoof, Jon Zion, Matt Zultek, Brian Kilrea (GM/Coach) 3 - KITCHENER RANGERS Andre Benoit, Jesse Boucher, Gregory Campbell, David Clarkson, Scott Dickie, Carlo DiRienzo, Nick Duff, T.J. Eason, Steve Eminger, Matt Grennier, George Halkidis, Thomas Harrison, Kevin Hurley, Petr Kanko, Matt Manias, Rafal Martynowski, Chad McCaffrey, Paul McFarland, Evan McGrath, Nathan O Nabigon, Mike Richards, Derek Roy, Marcus Smith, Peter DeBoer (Coach/GM) 5 - LONDON KNIGHTS Josh Beaulieu, David Bolland, Gerald Coleman, Adam Dennis, Robbie Drummond, Steve Ferry, Jordan Foreman, Danny Fritsche, Daniel Girardi, Dylan Hunter, Trevor Kell, Drew Larman, Ryan Martinelli, Matt McCready, Marc Methot, Adam Perry, Corey Perry, Brandon Prust, Frank Rediker, Harrison Reed, Bryan Rodney, Robbie Schremp, Danny Syvret, Kelly Thomson, Jeff Whitfield, Mark Hunter (GM), Dale Hunter (coach) 9 - WINDSOR SPITFIRES Jesse Blacker, Mark Cundari, Ryan Ellis, Andrew Engelage, Richard Greenop, Taylor Hall, Adam Henrique, Rob Kwiet, Andrei Loktionov, Lane MacDermid, Dale Mitchell, Greg Nemisz, Conor O Donnell, Justin Shugg, Ben Shutron, Scott Timmins, Josh Unice, Adam Wallace, Austin Watson, Eric Wellwood, Harry Young, Warren Rychel (GM), Bob Boughner (Coach) - WINDSOR SPITFIRES Marc Cantin, Mark Cundari, Craig Duininck, Ryan Ellis, Cam Fowler, Philipp Grubauer, Taylor Hall, Adam Henrique, Stephen Johnston, Zack Kassian, Derek Lanoue, Dale Mitchell, Greg Nemisz, Troy Passingham, Saverio Posa, Kenny Ryan, Justin Shugg, Scott Timmins, Adam Wallace, Eric Wellwood, James Woodcroft, Harry Young, Warren Rychel (GM), Bob Boughner (Coach) 5 - OSHAWA GENERALS Ken Appleby, Jeremy Brodeur, Josh Brown, Chris Carlisle, Cole Cassels, Anthony Cirelli, Michael Dal Colle, Stephen Desrocher, Sam Harding, Sonny Hertzberg, Kenny Huether, Bradley Latour, Tobias Lindberg, Joe Manchurek, Michael McCarron, Dakota Mermis, Matt Mistele, Brent Pedersen, Will Petschenig, Hunter Smith, Stephen Templeton, Michael Turner, Mitchell Vande Sompel, Aidan Wallace, Roger Hunt (GM), D.J. Smith (Coach) 6 - LONDON KNIGHTS Aaron Berisha, Daniel Bernhardt, Evan Bouchard, Brendan Burke, Brandon Crawley, Christian Dvorak, Jacob Graves, Chad Heffernan, Aiden Jamieson, Max Jones, Olli Juolevi, Owen MacDonald, Mitch Marner, Chris Martenet, Nicolas Mattinen, Victor Mete, Tyler Parsons, JJ Piccinich, Cliff Pu, Kole Sherwood, Robert Thomas, Matthew Tkachuk, Chandler Yakimowicz, Basil McRae (GM), Dale Hunter (coach) 7 - WINDSOR SPITFIRES Jeremiah Addison, Tyler Angle, Luke Boka, Jeremy Bracco, Logan Brown, Jalen Chatfield, Connor Corcoran, Mario Culina, Sean Day, Cristiano DiGiacinto, Michael DiPietro, Graham Knott, Adam Laishram, Aaron Luchuk, Hayden McCool, Austin McEneny, Julius Nattinen, Tyler Nother, Cole Purboo, Mikhail Sergachev, Logan Stanley, Gabriel Vilardi, Warren Rychel (GM), Rocky Thompson (coach) 89

190 7 NHL Draft 4 OHL players were selected in the seven rounds of the 7 NHL Draft held at United Center in Chicago on June 3 and 4th representing 9% of all 7 players picked by all 3 NHL clubs. The 4 OHL players were among the 89 chosen from across the Canadian Hockey League that also included 33 players from the Western Hockey League and 4 from the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. The CHL produced 4 first round selections including five picks in the top- led by Nico Hischier of the Halifax Mooseheads chosen first overall by the New Jersey Devils and Nolan Patrick of the Brandon Wheat Kings picked second overall by the Philadelphia Flyers. The draft s second round featured 6 CHL players bringing the league s opening two-round total to 3 which represents 48% of the top-6 picks. By position, a total of 7 forwards were selected (6 OHL), 79 defencemen (4 OHL), and goaltenders ( OHL). The OHL featured two of the first forwards chosen including th overall pick Owen Tippett (Florida) of the Mississauga Steelheads, and th overall pick Gabriel Vilardi (Los Angeles) of the Windsor Spitfires. On defence, the OHL produced three in the second round led by Conor Timmins (Colorado) of the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds chosen 3nd overall, Nic Hague of the Mississauga Steelheads (Vegas) chosen 34th overall, and Eemeli Rasanen of the Kingston Frontenacs (Toronto) chosen 59th overall. In goal, the OHL was represented by Michael DiPietro (Vancouver) of the Windsor Spitfires chosen 64th overall, and Matthew Villalta (Los Angeles) of the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds chosen 7nd overall. ONTARIO HOCKEY LEAGUE PLAYERS SELECTED IN THE 7 NHL DRAFT OWEN TIPPETT GABRIEL VILARDI FIRST ROUND (5 OHL PLAYERS):. Owen Tippett (Mississauga Steelheads) Florida Panthers. Gabriel Vilardi (Windsor Spitfires) Los Angeles Kings 3. Nick Suzuki (Owen Sound Attack) Vegas Golden Knights. Robert Thomas (London Knights) St. Louis Blues 7. Morgan Frost (Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds) Philadelphia Flyers SECOND ROUND (8 OHL PLAYERS): 3. Connor Timmins (Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds) Colorado Avalanche 34. Nicolas Hague (Mississauga Steelheads) Vegas Golden Knights 35. Isaac Ratcliffe (Guelph Storm) Philadelphia Flyers 39. Jason Robertson (Kingston Frontenacs) Dallas Stars 47. Alex Formenton (London Knights) Ottawa Senators 53. Jack Studnicka (Oshawa Generals) Boston Bruins 55. Jonah Gadjovich (Owen Sound Attack) Vancouver Canucks 59. Eemeli Rasanen (Kingston Frontenacs) Toronto Maple Leafs THIRD ROUND (7 OHL PLAYERS): 64. Michael DiPietro (Windsor Spitfires) Vancouver Canucks 69. MacKenzie Entwistle (Hamilton Bulldogs) Arizona Coyotes 7. Matthew Villalta (Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds) Los Angeles Kings 75. Nate Schnarr (Guelph Storm) Arizona Coyotes 83. Zach Gallant (Peterborough Petes) Detroit Red Wings 84. Dmitri Samorukov (Guelph Storm) Edmonton Oilers 85. Ivan Lodnia (Erie Otters) Minnesota Wild FOURTH ROUND (7 OHL PLAYERS):. Liam Hawel (Guelph Storm) Dallas Stars 6. Matthew Strome (Hamilton Bulldogs) Philadelphia Flyers 7. Maksim Sushko (Owen Sound Attack) Philadelphia Flyers 8. Noel Hoefenmayer (Ottawa 67 s) Arizona Coyotes 9. Adam Ruzicka (Sarnia Sting) Calgary Flames 9 NICK SUZUKI ROBERT THOMAS MORGAN FROST

191 8. Markus Phillips (Owen Sound Attack) Los Angeles Kings 3. Brandon Crawley (London Knights) New York Rangers FIFTH ROUND (6 OHL PLAYERS): 3. Cole Fraser (Peterborough Petes) Detroit Red Wings 38. Drake Rymsha (Sarnia Sting) Los Angeles Kings 4. Fedor Gordeev (Flint Firebirds) Toronto Maple Leafs 43. Marian Studenic (Hamilton Bulldogs) New Jersey Devils 46. Kirill Maksimov (Niagara IceDogs) Edmonton Oilers 47. Jacob Golden (London Knights) Minnesota Wild CONNOR TIMMINS SIXTH ROUND (5 OHL PLAYERS): 64. Reilly Webb (Hamilton Bulldogs) Detroit Red Wings 7. Ryan McGregor (Sarnia Sting) Toronto Maple Leafs 75. Trenton Bourque (Owen Sound Attack) St. Louis Blues 8. Petrus Palmu (Owen Sound Attack) Vancouver Canucks 85. Sasha Chmelevski (Ottawa 67 s) San Jose Sharks SEVENTH ROUND (4 OHL PLAYERS): 88. Matt Brassard (Oshawa Generals) Vancouver Canucks 89. Ben Jones (Niagara IceDogs) Vegas Golden Knights 93. Brady Gilmour (Saginaw Spirit) Detroit Red Wings 6. Jacob Paquette (Kingston Frontenacs) Nashville Predators NICOLAS HAGUE ISAAC RATCLIFFE JASON ROBERTSON ALEX FORMENTON 9

192 NHL Honour Roll Thirty per cent of players on National Hockey League active rosters come from the Ontario Hockey League. The following are the OHL graduates who played at least one game in the NHL in the 6-7 season. Players are listed with the OHL club that they graduated from. BARRIE COLTS PLAYER NHL TEAM GRADUATED Andreas Athanasiou Detroit 4 Joseph Blandisi New Jersey 5 T.J. Brodie Calgary Kyle Clifford Los Angeles Jake Dotchin Tampa Bay 4 Aaron Ekblad Florida 4 Ben Harpur Ottawa 5 Kevin Labanc San Jose 6 Bryan Little Winnipeg 7 Tanner Pearson Los Angeles 3 Alex Pietrangelo St. Louis Mark Scheifele Winnipeg 3 ERIE OTTERS Nicholas Baptiste Buffalo 5 Michael Blunden Ottawa 6 Connor Brown Toronto 4 Andre Burakovsky Washington 4 Remi Elie Dallas 5 Brendan Gaunce Vancouver 4 Luke Gazdic New Jersey 9 Connor McDavid Edmonton 5 Ryan O Reilly Buffalo 9 Adam Pelech N.Y. Islanders 4 Dylan Strome Arizona 7 Philip Varone Ottawa FLINT FIREBIRDS Jared Boll Anaheim 7 Ryan Hartman Chicago 4 Sonny Milano Columbus 5 J.T. Miller N.Y. Rangers John Mitchell Colorado 5 James Neal Nashville 7 Stefan Noesen New Jersey 3 Rickard Rakell Anaheim 3 Tyler Seguin Dallas Tom Sestito Pittsburgh 7 Chris Terry Montreal 9 Chris Thorburn Winnipeg 3 Justin Williams Washington Tom Wilson Washington 3 GUELPH STORM Craig Anderson Ottawa Taylor Beck N.Y. Rangers Tyler Bertuzzi Detroit 5 Dustin Brown Los Angeles 3 Ryan Callahan Tampa Bay 6 Jason Dickinson Dallas 5 Drew Doughty Los Angeles 8 Robby Fabbri St. Louis 5 Peter Holland Arizona Kevin Klein N.Y. Rangers 4 Brock McGinn Carolina 4 Zack Mitchell Minnesota 4 Richard Panik Chicago Tanner Richard Tampa Bay 3 Fedor Tyutin Colorado 9 HAMILTON BULLDOGS PLAYER NHL TEAM GRADUATED Matt Beleskey Boston 8 Joseph Cramarossa Vancouver 3 Tyler Graovac Minnesota 3 Shawn Matthias Winnipeg 8 Alan Quine N.Y. Islanders 3 Jason Spezza Dallas Matt Stajan Calgary 3 Malcolm Subban Boston 3 P.K. Subban Nashville 9 KINGSTON FRONTENACS Sam Bennett Calgary 5 Lawson Crouse Arizona 6 Philipp Grubauer Washington Erik Gudbranson Vancouver Evan McEneny Vancouver 5 Chris Stewart Minnesota 7 KITCHENER RANGERS Mikkel Boedker San Jose 8 Robert Bortuzzo St. Louis 9 Frank Corrado Pittsburgh 3 John Gibson Anaheim 3 Jakub Kindl Florida 7 Gabriel Landeskog Colorado Josh Leivo Toronto 3 Steve Mason Philadelphia 8 John Moore New Jersey Ryan Murphy Carolina 3 Matt Puempel N.Y. Rangers 3 Tobias Rieder Arizona 3 Jeff Skinner Carolina Yannick Weber Nashville 8 LONDON KNIGHTS Josh Anderson Columbus 4 Brady Austin Buffalo 4 John Carlson Washington 9 Michael Del Zotto Philadelphia 9 Max Domi Arizona 5 Christian Dvorak Arizona 6 Sam Gagner Columbus 7 Dan Girardi N.Y. Rangers 5 Seth Griffith Florida 3 Scott Harrington Columbus 3 Bo Horvat Vancouver 4 Michael Hutchinson Winnipeg Nazem Kadri Toronto Patrick Kane Chicago 7 Mitchell Marner Toronto 6 Patrick Maroon Edmonton 8 Olli Maatta Pittsburgh 3 Greg McKegg Tampa Bay Marc Methot Ottawa 5 Vladislav Namestnikov Tampa Bay Rick Nash N.Y. Rangers Corey Perry Anaheim 5 Gemel Smith Dallas 4 John Tavares N.Y. Islanders 9 Chris Tierney San Jose 4 Matthew Tkachuk Calgary 6 Austin Watson Nashville Dennis Wideman Calgary 4 Nikita Zadorov Colorado 4

193 MISSISSAUGA STEELHEADS PLAYER NHL TEAM GRADUATED Casey Cizikas N.Y. Islanders Dylan DeMelo San Jose 3 Micheal Haley San Jose 7 Alexander Nylander Buffalo 6 Devante Smith-Pelly New Jersey NIAGARA ICEDOGS Dougie Hamilton Calgary Freddie Hamilton Calgary Joshua Ho-Sang N.Y. Islanders 6 Tom Kuhnhackl Pittsburgh Jamie Oleksiak Dallas Brendon Perlini Arizona 6 Kyle Quincey Columbus 5 Brett Ritchie Dallas 3 Ryan Strome N.Y. Islanders 3 NORTH BAY BATTALION Brent Burns San Jose 3 Matt Duchene Colorado 9 Barclay Goodrow San Jose 4 Jay McClement Carolina 3 Nick Paul Ottawa 5 Ben Thomson New Jersey 4 OSHAWA GENERALS Andy Andreoff Los Angeles Cal Clutterbuck N.Y. Islanders 7 Calvin de Haan N.Y. Islanders Boone Jenner Columbus 3 Scott Laughton Philadelphia 4 Michael McCarron Montreal 5 Michal Neuvirth Philadelphia 8 OTTAWA 67 s Brian Campbell Chicago 999 Logan Couture San Jose 9 Jamie McGinn Arizona 8 Sean Monahan Calgary 3 Petr Mrazek Detroit Shane Prince N.Y. Islanders Tyler Toffoli Los Angeles OWEN SOUND ATTACK Cody Ceci Ottawa 3 Trevor Lewis Los Angeles 6 Mark Giordano Calgary 4 Brad Richardson Arizona 5 Bobby Ryan Ottawa 7 Andrej Sekera Edmonton 6 Andrew Shaw Montreal Joel Ward San Jose PETERBOROUGH PETES PLAYER NHL TEAM GRADUATED Zach Bogosian Buffalo 8 Eric Staal Minnesota 3 Jordan Staal Carolina 6 Shawn Thornton Florida 997 SAGINAW SPIRIT Ben Chiarot Winnipeg Chris Neil Ottawa 999 Dalton Prout New Jersey Brandon Saad Columbus Vincent Trocheck Florida 3 SARNIA STING PLAYER NHL TEAM GRADUATED Reid Boucher Vancouver 3 Jakob Chychrun Arizona 6 Alex Galchenyuk Montreal Nikolay Goldobin Vancouver 4 Travis Konecny Philadelphia 6 Matt Martin Toronto 9 Connor Murphy Arizona 3 Ryan Spooner Boston Steven Stamkos Tampa Bay 8 Nail Yakupov St. Louis Pavel Zacha New Jersey 6 SAULT STE. MARIE GREYHOUNDS Jeff Carter Los Angeles 5 Nick Cousins Philadelphia 3 Trevor Daley Pittsburgh 3 Anthony DeAngelo Arizona 5 Andrew Desjardins Chicago 7 Tyler Gaudet Arizona 4 Robin Lehner Buffalo Jared McCann Florida 5 Colin Miller Boston 3 Jake Muzzin Los Angeles Jordan Nolan Los Angeles Darnell Nurse Edmonton 5 Ryan Sproule Detroit 3 Nick Ritchie Anaheim 5 Wayne Simmonds Philadelphia 8 Blake Speers New Jersey 6 Joe Thornton San Jose 997 Sergey Tolchinsky Carolina 5 SUDBURY WOLVES Radek Faksa Dallas 4 Mike Fisher Nashville 999 Marcus Foligno Buffalo Nick Foligno Columbus 7 Chris Kelly Boston Derek MacKenzie Florida Adam McQuaid Boston 7 Benoit Pouliot Edmonton 6 Michael Sgarbossa Florida Mike Smith Arizona Marc Staal N.Y. Rangers 7 WINDSOR SPITFIRES Josh Bailey N.Y. Islanders 8 Bryan Bickell Carolina 6 Ryan Ellis Nashville Cam Fowler Anaheim Taylor Hall New Jersey Adam Henrique New Jersey Zack Kassian Edmonton Alexander Khokhlachev Boston 3 Slater Koekkoek Tampa Bay 4 Steve Ott Montreal Mikhail Sergachev Montreal 7 93

194 OHL Coaching Leaders (Ranked in order of most wins) COACH TEAM(S) YEARS GP W L T OTL/SOL PTS PCT. Brian Kilrea Ottawa 3,56, , Bert Templeton Ham, St.C, NF, NB, Bar, Sby 6, , Dale Hunter* London 6, , Larry Mavety Belleville, Kingston 4, , Stan Butler* Oshawa, Brampton, North Bay, ,54.53 George Burnett* NF, Gue, Osh, Belv, Ham, ,47.58 Dick Todd Peterborough , Peter DeBoer Plymouth, Kitchener ,64.66 Paul Theriault S.S. Marie, Oshawa, Erie Mike Vellucci Plymouth ,6.6 Marty Williamson Barrie, Niagara Dave MacQueen Peterborough, Erie, Sarnia ,.58 Bill Long Niagara Falls, Ottawa, London Eddie Bush Guelph, Hamilton, Kitchener Hap Emms Barrie, Niagara Falls Dave Cameron S.S. Marie, Toronto, Mississauga Gary Agnew London, Kingston Wayne Maxner Windsor, Sudbury, London Tom Webster Windsor, Detroit Bob Boughner Windsor Roger Neilson Peterborough Paul Emms Niagara Falls, St.Catharines Terry Crisp S.S. Marie Dale Hawerchuk* Barrie Joe McDonnell Kitchener Jim Morrison Kitchener, Kingston Craig Hartsburg Guelph, S.S. Marie Greg Gilbert Mississauga, Saginaw Rick Cornacchia Kingston, Oshawa Kris Knoblauch Erie George Armstrong Toronto Bill LaForge Osh, Ham, NF, Gue * denotes active coaches STAN BUTLER DALE HUNTER DALE HAWERCHUK 94

195 OHL Media Policies CREDENTIALS: Please forward all credential requests to the Ontario Hockey League office. The following is the policy for issuing CHL/OHL Media credentials:. A CHL Media Pass is issued only to media who regularly cover a team at home and/or on the road.. The pass is not intended to be a courtesy pass and we ask that your co-operation in applying for passes only for reporters who regularly cover the team. 3. In the case of reporters who cover OHL teams only at home, application for accreditation should be made directly to the team and a team pass will be issued. 4. The Canadian Hockey League has established a strict policy for all photographers gaining admittance to CHL arenas. Prior to being issued a credential, it is necessary for the application form to be completed including the waiver portion. Strobe privileges will only be granted to official league photographers. ONTARIO HOCKEY LEAGUE SCORES, STATISTICS, AND STANDINGS: Up to date scores, standings and player statistics can be found online on the official web site of the OHL: Additional media information is available at while team logos and player photos can be found on the OHL Media ftp site. Contact Paul Krotz to obtain ftp site login access. VISITING MEDIA: Each Ontario Hockey League member team will provide the visiting print media with a working seat in the press box or equivalent location in addition to each club s broadcast requirements. Visiting media are asked to request working space through the home team in advance of the game. DRESSING ROOM ACCESS TO PLAYER PERSONNEL: Game Day/Night - Players will be available for media interviews up until 9 minutes before game time. Players will be accessible to the media no later than minutes after the conclusion of a game. All persons of the media, appropriately accredited, shall have equal access to player and coach interviews in the dressing room or other team designated interview areas. Practice sessions - the media shall have access to view all team practice sessions and day of game skates. In the event of a team meeting after a practice session, media access shall be allowed immediately following the conclusion of the meeting. OHL IMAGES: OHL Images is a collection of high quality digital photography of Ontario Hockey League teams and players that are available for free use by media covering the OHL. All images are available as a high resolution download and are free to use for editorial purposes only. To access the OHL images photography collection, please visit To download high resolution non-watermarked images, you must register for the site using the My Account tab. Once you have registered, please confirm your address with Aaron Bell, OHL Director of Images or ). 95

196 OHL Media Directory David E. Branch, Commissioner Phone: 46/ Ted Baker, Vice President Phone: 46/99-87 ext. 7 Herb Morell, Director of Administration Phone: 46/99-87 ext. 5 BARRIE COLTS Brad Terry Phone: 75/ ERIE OTTERS Aaron Cooney Phone: 84/ , ext. 688 FLINT FIREBIRDS Dominic Hennig Phone: 8/744-58, ext. 3 GUELPH STORM Lindsay Newby Phone: 59/ , ext. 9 HAMILTON BULLDOGS Stew Kernan Phone: 95/59-85 KINGSTON FRONTENACS Justin Chenier Phone: 63/54-44 KITCHENER RANGERS Alyscia Warner Phone: 59/576-37, ext. 34 LONDON KNIGHTS Ryan Starr Phone: 59/68-8, ext. 643 MISSISSAUGA STEELHEADS Alana Davidson Phone: 95/5-7788, ext. 4 NIAGARA ICEDOGS Cori Jackson Phone: 95/ , ext. 3 Paul Krotz, Director of Communications Phone: 46/99-87 ext. 3 Josh Sweetland, Manager of Communications Phone: 46/99-87 ext Aaron Bell, OHL Images Phone: 63/ NORTH BAY BATTALION Scott Walpole Phone: 75/ , ext. 73 OSHAWA GENERALS Jessica Corbett Phone: 95/433-9, ext. 3 OTTAWA 67 S Graeme Ivory Phone: 63/3-6767, ext. 83 OWEN SOUND ATTACK Shaun Bisson Phone: 59/ PETERBOROUGH PETES Tamara Burns Phone: 75/ , ext. 6 SAGINAW SPIRIT Joey Battaino Phone: 989/ SARNIA STING Leigh Cunningham Phone: 59/ SAULT STE. MARIE GREYHOUNDS Gerry Liscumb Jr. Phone: 75/ SUDBURY WOLVES Andrew Dale Phone: 75/ , ext. WINDSOR SPITFIRES Dave Ducharme Phone: 59/54-5, ext. 96

197 National Media Sportsnet Phone: 46/33-56 Sportsnet 36 Phone: 46/ TSN Phone: 46/384-5 National Post Phone: 46/383-3 The Canadian Press Phone: 46/57-54 Broadcast News Phone: 46/ Newspapers Neil Davidson Barrie Examiner Phone: 75/ Gene Pereira Erie Times Phone: 84/87-7 Victor Fernandes Flint Journal Phone: 8/ Eric Woodyard Guelph Mercury Tribune Phone: 59/ Ned Bekavac Hamilton Spectator Phone: 95/56-34 Teri Pecoskie The Whig-Standard (Kingston) Phone: 63/53-43 Doug Graham The Record (Kitchener - Waterloo) Josh Brown Phone: 59/ London Free Press Phone: 59/ Ryan Pyette/Morris Dalla Costa Mississauga News Phone: 95/73-8 Iain Colpitts North Bay Nugget Phone: 75/47-3 Northern Life Phone: 75/ Mike Gentili Oshawa This Week Phone: 95/ Brian McNair The Ottawa Citizen Phone: Gord Holder Radio & T.V. Broadcast CBS Sports Radio 96.3FM and 6 AM WRIE (Erie) Phone: 84/ Aaron Cooney 3. FM WQUS (Flint) Dominic Hennig Phone: 8/ CJOY (Guelph) Larry Mellott Phone: 59/84-7 TSN 5 (Hamilton) Phone: 95/574-5 Stew Kernan 88.7 MYFM (Kingston) Jim Gilchrist Phone: 63/ News CKGL (Kitchener) Mike Farwell Phone: 59/743-6 AM98 (London) Phone: 59/ CKAT Radio (North Bay) Phone: 75/474-3 TSN (Ottawa) Phone: 63/75- Jim Van Horne/Mike Stubbs Bob Coles AJ Jakubec Bayshore Broadcasting (Owen Sound) Fred Wallace Phone: 59/376-3 CTV Phone: 46/33-7 Global TV Phone: 46/ Globe and Mail Phone: 46/ The Hockey News Phone: 46/ CBC TV Phone: 46/5-653 Ottawa Postmedia Tim Baines Phone: 63/ Owen Sound Sun-Times Phone: 59/376-5 The Peterborough Examiner Mike Davies Phone: 75/ Saginaw News Phone: 989/ Sarnia Observer Terry Bridge Phone: 59/344- x 5 The Sault Star Peter Ruicci Phone: 75/ Postmedia Mewtowrk, Niagara Group Bernd Franke Phone: 95/ x 95 Sudbury Star Bruce Heidman Phone: 75/ Toronto Star Kevin McGran Phone: 46/ Toronto Sun Terry Koshan Phone: 46/ Le Voyageur Eric Boutilier Phone: 75/ x6 Windsor Star Jim Parker Phone: 59/ Extra 9.5 FM (Peterborough) Phone: 75/ FMTalk.5 (Saginaw) Phone: 989/ Graham Elliott Joey Battaino 7 CHOK Radio (Sarnia) Leigh Cunningham Phone: 59/ Rock (S.S. Marie) Phone: 75/ CKTB 6 (St. Catharines) Phone: 95/ CKLW Radio (Windsor) Phone: 59/58-6 Rogers TV Cogeco TV Eastlink Shaw Television Cable 4 OHL Live Mark SanAngelo Ted Lehman Steve Bell

198 7-8 OHL Schedule Wed. Sep. Saginaw London at Flint at Sarnia 7: 7:5 Thu. Sep. Ottawa at Barrie 7:3 Erie at Peterborough 7:5 Saginaw at Windsor 7:5 Fri. Sep. Sarnia at Guelph 7:3 Erie at Kingston 7: Flint at Kitchener 7:3 Windsor at London 7:3 Ottawa at Mississauga 7: Barrie at North Bay 7: Oshawa at Sudbury 7:5 Sat. Sep. 3 Niagara at Hamilton 7: Mississauga at Kingston 7: Flint at Owen Sound 7:3 Oshawa at S.S. Marie 7:7 London at Saginaw 7:5 Kitchener at Sarnia 7:5 Sun. Sep. 4 Erie at Ottawa 7: London at S.S. Marie :7 North Bay at Sudbury : Guelph at Windsor :5 Wed. Sep. 7 Sudbury at North Bay 7: Thu. Sep. 8 S.S. Marie at Barrie 7:3 Oshawa at Peterborough 7:5 Kitchener at Windsor 7:5 Fri. Sep. 9 Oshawa at Guelph 7:3 Owen Sound at Kitchener 7:3 Kingston at London 7:3 Hamilton at Mississauga 7: Erie at Niagara 7: S.S. Marie at North Bay 7: Ottawa at Saginaw 7:5 Barrie at Sudbury 7:5 Sat. Sep. 3 Hamilton at Barrie 7:3 Kitchener at Erie 7: Ottawa at Flint 7: Peterborough at Niagara 7: Mississauga at Owen Sound 7:3 Guelph at Saginaw 7:5 Kingston at Sarnia 7:5 Sun. Oct. Kingston at Hamilton : London at Oshawa 6:5 Niagara at Peterborough :5 Ottawa at Sarnia :5 S.S. Marie at Sudbury : Wed. Oct. 4 Sarnia at Owen Sound 7: Thu. Oct. 5 North Bay at Barrie 7:3 Sudbury at Niagara 7: Flint at Peterborough 7:5 S.S. Marie at Windsor 7:5 Fri. Oct. 6 Windsor at Guelph 7:3 Flint at Kingston 7: Erie at Kitchener 7:3 S.S. Marie at London 7:3 Sudbury at Mississauga 7: Niagara at Oshawa 7:35 Peterborough at Ottawa 7: Barrie at Sarnia 7:5 Sat. Oct. 7 London at Erie 7: Kitchener at Guelph 4: Niagara at Hamilton 7: Windsor at Owen Sound 7:3 Barrie at Saginaw 7:5 Sun. Oct. 8 Flint at Ottawa 7: Mon. Oct. 9 Owen Sound at Kitchener : Peterborough at North Bay : Hamilton at Sarnia : Wed. Oct. Guelph at Flint 7: Erie at Owen Sound 7: Saginaw at S.S. Marie 7:7 Thu. Oct. Erie at Barrie 7:3 Ottawa at North Bay 7: Kingston at Peterborough 7:5 London at Windsor 7:5 Fri. Oct. 3 Niagara at Guelph 7:3 Peterborough at Kingston 7: Windsor at London 7:3 Hamilton at Oshawa 7:35 Kitchener at S.S. Marie 7:7 Mississauga at Sarnia 7:5 Ottawa at Sudbury 7:5 Sat. Oct. 4 North Bay at Barrie 7:3 Niagara at Erie 7: Mississauga at Flint 7: Kingston at Hamilton 7: Oshawa at Owen Sound 7:3 Sudbury at Peterborough 4:5 Kitchener at Saginaw 7:5 Guelph at Sarnia 7:5 Sun. Oct. 5 Kitchener at Flint 4: Owen Sound at London : Hamilton at North Bay : Sudbury at Oshawa 6:5 Ottawa at S.S. Marie :7 Mississauga at Saginaw 5:3 Sarnia at Windsor :5 Wed. Oct. 8 S.S. Marie at Sudbury 7:5 Thu. Oct. 9 Mississauga at Niagara 7: Sarnia at North Bay 7: Peterborough at Windsor 7:5 Fri. Oct. Hamilton at Guelph 7:3 London at Kitchener 7:3 North Bay at Mississauga 7: Oshawa at Ottawa 7: Kingston at S.S. Marie 7:7 Sarnia at Sudbury 7:5 Sat. Oct. Sarnia at Barrie 7:3 Owen Sound at Erie 7: Peterborough at Flint 7: Ottawa at Niagara 7: Kitchener at Oshawa 7:5 Guelph at Saginaw 7:5 Kingston at Sudbury 7:5 Sun. Oct. Owen Sound at Erie 5: Windsor at Flint 4: Ottawa at Hamilton : London at Mississauga : Kingston at North Bay : Barrie at Oshawa 6:5 Guelph at S.S. Marie :7 Peterborough at Saginaw 5:3 Thu. Oct. 6 Hamilton at Barrie 7:3 Oshawa at Niagara 7: Windsor at North Bay 7: Saginaw at Peterborough 7:5 Fri. Oct. 7 Erie at Guelph 7:3 Mississauga at Kingston 7: Owen Sound at Kitchener 7:3 Flint at London 7:3 Peterborough at Oshawa 7:35 S.S. Marie at Sarnia 7:5 Windsor at Sudbury 7:5 Sat. Oct. 8 Mississauga at Barrie 7:3 Guelph at Erie 7: S.S. Marie at Flint 7: London at Hamilton 4: Sudbury at Niagara 7: Saginaw at Ottawa : North Bay at Owen Sound 7:3 Sun. Oct. 9 Sudbury at Erie 5: London at Guelph 4: Saginaw at Kingston : North Bay at Kitchener : Niagara at Mississauga : Ottawa at Oshawa 6:5 Windsor at Owen Sound : Hamilton at Peterborough :5 Flint at Sarnia :5 Wed. Nov. Kitchener at Erie :3 Kingston at Ottawa :3 Sudbury at S.S. Marie 7:7 Flint at Saginaw 7:5 Thu. Nov. Sarnia at Peterborough 7:5 Hamilton at Windsor 7:5 Fri. Nov. 3 Oshawa at Erie 7: North Bay at Flint 7: Sarnia at Kingston 7: Guelph at Kitchener 7:3 Saginaw at London 7:3 Owen Sound at Mississauga 7: Barrie at Ottawa 7: Niagara at Sudbury 7:5 Sat. Nov. 4 Windsor at Erie 7: Guelph at Flint 7: Oshawa at Hamilton 7: London at Owen Sound 7:3 Barrie at Peterborough 7:5 Niagara at S.S. Marie 7:7 North Bay at Saginaw 7:5 Mississauga at Sudbury 7:5 Sun. Nov. 5 Windsor at Hamilton : Peterborough at Mississauga : Kingston at Oshawa 6:5 Sarnia at Ottawa : North Bay at S.S. Marie :7 Fri. Nov. North Bay at Guelph 7:3 Erie at Hamilton 7:3 Peterborough at Kingston 7: Windsor at Kitchener 7:3 Flint at London 7:3 Saginaw at Mississauga 7: Oshawa at Ottawa 7: S.S. Marie at Sarnia 7:5 Barrie at Sudbury 7:5 Sat. Nov. Niagara at Barrie 7:3 Saginaw at Erie 7: S.S. Marie at Flint 3: Sudbury at Owen Sound 7:3 Kitchener at Windsor 7:5 Sun. Nov. Sudbury at Guelph : Hamilton at Mississauga : Niagara at North Bay : Ottawa at Oshawa 6:5 Kingston at Peterborough :5 Owen Sound at Sarnia :5 Tue. Nov. 4 London at Kitchener 7: Wed. Nov. 5 Sarnia at Flint : Peterborough at Hamilton :3 Erie at Mississauga : Thu. Nov. 6 Sudbury at Barrie 7:3 Guelph at London 7: Kingston at Niagara 7: S.S. Marie at North Bay 7: Oshawa at Peterborough 7:5 Owen Sound at Windsor 7:5 Fri. Nov. 7 Hamilton at Kingston 7: Guelph at Kitchener 7:3 Saginaw at London 7:3 Oshawa at Mississauga 7: North Bay at Niagara 7: Windsor at Sarnia 7:5 S.S. Marie at Sudbury 7:5 Sat. Nov. 8 Kitchener at Barrie 7:3 Erie at Flint 7: Hamilton at Ottawa : Owen Sound at Saginaw 7:5 Sun. Nov. 9 Owen Sound at Flint 4: Sarnia at Guelph : Ottawa at Kingston : Peterborough at Kitchener 6: Niagara at Mississauga : Barrie at Oshawa 6:5 Erie at Saginaw 5:3 North Bay at Sudbury : London at Windsor :5

199 Wed. Nov. Saginaw at Flint 7: Niagara at Owen Sound 7: Sudbury at S.S. Marie 7:7 London at Sarnia 7:5 Thu. Nov. 3 Ottawa at Erie 7: Kitchener at North Bay 7: Hamilton at Peterborough 7:5 Fri. Nov. 4 Barrie at Guelph 7:3 Owen Sound at London 7:3 Sarnia at Mississauga 7: Ottawa at Niagara 7: Hamilton at Oshawa 7:35 Kitchener at S.S. Marie 7:7 Flint at Saginaw 7:5 Peterborough at Sudbury 7:5 Kingston at Windsor 7:5 Sat. Nov. 5 Oshawa at Barrie 7:3 Sarnia at Erie 7: Ottawa at Hamilton 7: Mississauga at Niagara 7: Guelph at Owen Sound 7:3 Peterborough at S.S. Marie 7:7 Kingston at Saginaw 7:5 Sun. Nov. 6 Kingston at Flint 4: London at Guelph : Barrie at North Bay : Mississauga at Oshawa :5 Kitchener at Sudbury : Wed. Nov. 9 Ottawa Kitchener at Kingston at Owen Sound :3 7: Thu. Nov. 3 Mississauga at Barrie 7:3 Erie at Niagara 7: S.S. Marie at Peterborough 7:5 Hamilton at Saginaw 7:5 North Bay at Windsor 7:5 Fri. Dec. Hamilton at Flint 7: Erie at Guelph 7:3 S.S. Marie at Kingston 7: Owen Sound at Kitchener 7:3 Oshawa at London 7:3 North Bay at Sarnia 7:5 Mississauga at Sudbury 7:5 Sat. Dec. Niagara at Flint 7: North Bay at London 7: Barrie at Ottawa : Guelph at Owen Sound 7:3 Sarnia at Saginaw 7:5 Oshawa at Windsor 7:5 Sun. Dec. 3 Kitchener at Erie 5: Mississauga at Hamilton : Barrie at Kingston : S.S. Marie at Ottawa : Niagara at Saginaw 5:3 Oshawa at Sarnia :5 Flint at Windsor :5 Tue. Dec. 5 Windsor at Kitchener 7: Wed. Dec. 6 Guelph Sarnia at Hamilton at S.S. Marie 7: 7:7 Thu. Dec. 7 London at Niagara 7: Mississauga at North Bay 7: Sudbury at Peterborough 7:5 Erie at Windsor 7:5 Fri. Dec. 8 Owen Sound at Guelph 7:3 Niagara at Kingston 7: Flint at Kitchener 7:3 Peterborough at London 7:3 Barrie at Mississauga 7: Ottawa at Oshawa 7:35 North Bay at S.S. Marie 7:7 Erie at Sarnia 7:5 Sat. Dec. 9 Oshawa at Barrie 7:3 Saginaw at Hamilton 4: Sudbury at Kingston 7: Niagara at Ottawa 7: Flint at Owen Sound 7:3 Peterborough at Sarnia 7:5 Sun. Dec. Kitchener at Guelph : Erie at London : Hamilton at Mississauga : Barrie at North Bay : Saginaw at Oshawa 6:5 Sudbury at Ottawa : Windsor at S.S. Marie :7 Tue. Dec. London at Erie 7: Wed. Dec. 3 Flint Saginaw at S.S. Marie at Sarnia 7:7 7:5 Thu. Dec. 4 Owen Sound at Barrie 7:3 Hamilton at North Bay 7: Ottawa at Peterborough 7:5 Mississauga at Windsor 7:5 Fri. Dec. 5 Barrie at Erie 7: Saginaw at Flint 7: Kingston at Guelph 7:3 S.S. Marie at Kitchener 7:3 Sarnia at London 7:3 North Bay at Niagara 7: Peterborough at Oshawa 7:35 Hamilton at Sudbury 7:5 Sat. Dec. 6 North Bay at Erie 7: S.S. Marie at Guelph 4: Mississauga at London 7: Barrie at Niagara 7: Kingston at Owen Sound 7:3 Windsor at Saginaw 7:5 Flint at Sarnia 7:5 Sun. Dec. 7 Peterborough at Hamilton : Kingston at Kitchener : Sudbury at Mississauga : Guelph at Oshawa 6:5 Gatineau at Ottawa : London at Owen Sound : Thu. Dec. 8 Sudbury at Barrie 7:3 London at Flint 7: Peterborough at Guelph 7: Mississauga at Hamilton 7: Ottawa at Kingston 7: Niagara at North Bay 7: Erie at Oshawa 7:5 Kitchener at Owen Sound 7: S.S. Marie at Saginaw 7:5 Windsor at Sarnia 7:5 Fri. Dec. 9 Erie at Kitchener 7:3 Windsor at Mississauga 7: Oshawa at Ottawa 7: Flint at S.S. Marie 7:7 Niagara at Sudbury 7:5 Sat. Dec. 3 Kingston at Hamilton 4: Barrie at Owen Sound 7:3 Ottawa at Peterborough 7:5 Guelph at S.S. Marie 7:7 Flint at Saginaw 7:5 Sun. Dec. 3 Owen Sound at Barrie 7:3 Kingston at Erie 6:3 Hamilton at Niagara 6: Mississauga at North Bay : London at Sarnia :5 Guelph at Sudbury : Saginaw at Windsor :5 Mon. Jan. Sarnia at London 4: North Bay at Oshawa :5 Kitchener at Peterborough :5 Tue. Jan. Barrie at Kitchener 7: Wed. Jan. 3 Mississauga at Erie 7: Peterborough at Hamilton 7: Saginaw at Sarnia 7:5 Thu. Jan. 4 London at Barrie 7:3 S.S. Marie at Mississauga 7: Guelph at Niagara 7: Oshawa at North Bay 7: Windsor at Peterborough 7:5 Fri. Jan. 5 Owen Sound at Guelph 7:3 North Bay at Hamilton 7:3 Windsor at Kingston 7: Mississauga at Kitchener 7:3 S.S. Marie at Oshawa 7:35 Erie at Saginaw 7:5 Flint at Sarnia 7:5 London at Sudbury 7:5 Sat. Jan. 6 Kingston at Barrie 7:3 Erie at Flint 7: Sudbury at Niagara 7: Peterborough at Ottawa : Kitchener at Owen Sound 7:3 Sarnia at Saginaw 7:5 Sun. Jan. 7 S.S. Marie at Guelph : Sudbury at Hamilton : Kingston at Niagara : London at North Bay : Owen Sound at Oshawa :5 Windsor at Ottawa : Wed. Jan. Saginaw at S.S. Marie 7:7 Thu. Jan. Sudbury at Barrie 7:3 Kitchener at London 7: Erie at Niagara 7: Owen Sound at North Bay 7: Guelph at Peterborough 7:5 Sarnia at Windsor 7:5 Fri. Jan. Ottawa at Gatineau 7:3 Guelph at Kingston 7: Hamilton at London 7:3 Barrie at Niagara 7: Flint at Oshawa 7:35 Owen Sound at S.S. Marie 7:7 Windsor at Sarnia 7:5 Mississauga at Sudbury 7:5 Sat. Jan. 3 North Bay at Barrie 7:3 Niagara at Erie 7: Flint at Hamilton 7: Oshawa at Kingston 7: Ottawa at Peterborough 7:5 Mississauga at S.S. Marie 7:7 Kitchener at Saginaw 7:5 Sun. Jan. 4 Flint at Erie 5: London at Kitchener 6: Peterborough at North Bay : Kingston at Oshawa 6:5 Guelph at Ottawa : Owen Sound at Sudbury : Saginaw at Windsor :5 Wed. Jan. 7 Sarnia at Flint 7: Kitchener at Niagara 7: Mississauga at Ottawa 7: Hamilton at Owen Sound 7: Thu. Jan. 8 Saginaw at Barrie 7:3 Sudbury at North Bay 7: Kingston at Peterborough 7:5 London at Windsor 7:5 Fri. Jan. 9 Windsor at Guelph 7:3 Hamilton at Kingston 7: Erie at Kitchener 7:3 Niagara at London 7:3 Barrie at Mississauga 7: S.S. Marie at Sarnia 7:5 Saginaw at Sudbury 7:5 Sat. Jan. Niagara at Barrie 7:3 S.S. Marie at Flint 7: Hamilton at Ottawa : Erie at Owen Sound 7:3 Oshawa at Peterborough 7:5 North Bay at Sudbury 7:5 Sun. Jan. Guelph at Kitchener : Kingston at Mississauga : Saginaw at North Bay : Sarnia at Oshawa 6:5 Peterborough at Ottawa : Erie at Owen Sound : Flint at Windsor :5 Tue. Jan. 3 Kitchener at London 7: Fri. Jan. 6 Hamilton Flint at Erie at Guelph 7: 7:3

200 Oshawa at Kingston 7: Saginaw at Kitchener 7:3 Owen Sound at London 7:3 Peterborough at Mississauga 7: Sarnia at Niagara 7: North Bay at Ottawa 7: Windsor at S.S. Marie 7:7 Barrie at Sudbury 7:5 Sat. Jan. 7 Sarnia at Erie 7: Kitchener at Flint 7: Oshawa at Hamilton 4: Kingston at Ottawa : Guelph at Owen Sound 7:3 Barrie at S.S. Marie 7:7 Windsor at Saginaw 7:5 Niagara at Sudbury 7:5 Sun. Jan. 8 Windsor at Flint 4: Sarnia at Hamilton 7: Peterborough at Kingston 4: Guelph at London : Sudbury at Mississauga : Niagara at North Bay : Ottawa at Oshawa 6:5 S.S. Marie at Saginaw 5:3 Wed. Jan. 3 Saginaw at Flint 7: Barrie at Owen Sound 7: Sudbury at S.S. Marie 7:7 Thu. Feb. Guelph at Mississauga 7: Erie at North Bay 7: Hamilton at Peterborough 7:5 Sarnia at Windsor 7:5 Fri. Feb. Sarnia at Flint 7: Owen Sound at Guelph 7:3 Oshawa at Kingston 7: Hamilton at Kitchener 7:3 Barrie at London 7:3 North Bay at Mississauga 7: Niagara at Ottawa 7: Saginaw at S.S. Marie 7:7 Erie at Sudbury 7:5 Sat. Feb. 3 Windsor at Barrie 7:3 Mississauga at Hamilton 7: Niagara at Kingston 7: Kitchener at Owen Sound 7:3 Oshawa at Peterborough 7:5 Flint at Saginaw 7:5 London at Sarnia 7:5 Sun. Feb. 4 Guelph at North Bay : Windsor at Oshawa :5 Peterborough at Ottawa : Erie at S.S. Marie :7 Tue. Feb. 6 Niagara at Kitchener 7: Wed. Feb. 7 Kingston at Oshawa 7:5 Thu. Feb. 8 Barrie at Hamilton :3 S.S. Marie at Niagara 7: Flint at North Bay 7: Owen Sound at Peterborough 7:5 Guelph at Windsor 7:5 Fri. Feb. 9 Saginaw at Guelph 7:3 Owen Sound at Kingston 7: Sarnia at Kitchener 7:3 Erie at London 7:3 Barrie at Mississauga 7: Flint at Sudbury 7:5 Sat. Feb. Flint at Barrie 7:3 S.S. Marie at Erie 7: Kitchener at Hamilton 4: Sudbury at London 7: Oshawa at Ottawa : North Bay at Peterborough 7:5 Windsor at Saginaw 7:5 Niagara at Sarnia 7:5 Sun. Feb. Mississauga at Erie : London at Guelph : S.S. Marie at Hamilton : North Bay at Kingston : Peterborough at Oshawa 6:5 Owen Sound at Ottawa : Sudbury at Sarnia :5 Niagara at Windsor :5 Wed. Feb. 4 Barrie at Flint 7: Kitchener at Mississauga : Kingston at Ottawa 7: London at Owen Sound 7: S.S. Marie at Saginaw 7:5 Thu. Feb. 5 Oshawa at North Bay 7: Mississauga at Peterborough 7:5 Barrie at Windsor 7:5 Fri. Feb. 6 Ottawa at Guelph 7:3 Peterborough at Kingston 7: Kitchener at London 7:3 Owen Sound at Niagara 7: Hamilton at S.S. Marie 7:7 Sarnia at Saginaw 7:5 Oshawa at Sudbury 7:5 Sat. Feb. 7 Niagara at Barrie 7:3 London at Erie 7: Saginaw at Flint 7: Ottawa at Owen Sound 7:3 Sarnia at S.S. Marie 7:7 Hamilton at Sudbury 7:5 Sun. Feb. 8 Guelph at Erie 5: Kitchener at Kingston : Mississauga at North Bay : Flint at Windsor :5 Mon. Feb. 9 Erie at Guelph : Owen Sound at Hamilton : Barrie at Kingston : Windsor at London : Flint at Mississauga : North Bay at Oshawa :5 Kitchener at Ottawa : Niagara at Peterborough :5 Saginaw at Sarnia :5 Wed. Feb. Sudbury at North Bay 7: Thu. Feb. Mississauga at Barrie 7:3 Saginaw at Niagara 7: Kingston at Peterborough 7:5 Ottawa at Windsor 7:5 Fri. Feb. 3 Saginaw at Erie 7: Sarnia at Flint 7: Owen Sound at Guelph 7:3 Hamilton at Kingston 7: Sudbury at Kitchener 7:3 Ottawa at London 7:3 Niagara at Mississauga 7: Sat. Feb. 4 Guelph at Barrie 7:3 Oshawa at Flint 7: Sudbury at Hamilton 7: North Bay at Niagara 7: Peterborough at Owen Sound 7:3 Erie at Sarnia 7:5 S.S. Marie at Windsor 7:5 Sun. Feb. 5 Mississauga at Guelph 4: North Bay at Hamilton : Ottawa at Kitchener : S.S. Marie at London : Barrie at Owen Sound : Oshawa at Saginaw 5:3 Flint at Sarnia :5 Erie at Windsor :5 Wed. Feb. 8 Mississauga S.S. Marie at Oshawa at Saginaw 7:5 7:5 Thu. Mar. Owen Sound at Erie 7: Hamilton at Niagara 7: Ottawa at North Bay 7: London at Peterborough 7:5 Sudbury at Windsor 7:5 Fri. Mar. Flint at Guelph 7:3 Ottawa at Hamilton 7:3 London at Kingston 7: Oshawa at Kitchener 7:3 North Bay at Mississauga 7: Barrie at Niagara 7: Sarnia at S.S. Marie 7:7 Sat. Mar. 3 Kingston at Barrie 7:3 Peterborough at Erie 7: Sudbury at Flint 7: Oshawa at Hamilton 7: Guelph at Owen Sound 7:3 Windsor at Saginaw 7:5 Sun. Mar. 4 Kitchener at Guelph 6: Erie at Mississauga : Peterborough at Niagara : Kingston at North Bay : London at Ottawa : Windsor at S.S. Marie :7 Sudbury at Saginaw 5:3 Owen Sound at Sarnia :5 Tue. Mar. 6 Sarnia at Kitchener 7: Wed. Mar. 7 Flint at Erie 7: Barrie at Hamilton 7: Guelph at London 7: Kingston at Oshawa 7:5 Thu. Mar. 8 Owen Sound at Barrie 7:3 Flint at Niagara 7: Sudbury at North Bay 7: Mississauga at Peterborough 7:5 S.S. Marie at Windsor 7:5 Fri. Mar. 9 Saginaw at Guelph 7:3 Ottawa at Kingston 7: S.S. Marie at Kitchener 7:3 Erie at London 7:3 Oshawa at Mississauga 7: North Bay at Sudbury 7:5 Sat. Mar. Peterborough at Barrie 7:3 Windsor at Erie 7: London at Flint 7: Niagara at Hamilton 7: Kingston at Ottawa : Saginaw at Owen Sound 7:3 Guelph at Sarnia 7:5 Sun. Mar. Saginaw at Kitchener : Windsor at Niagara : Hamilton at Oshawa 6:5 Mississauga at Ottawa : S.S. Marie at Owen Sound : Peterborough at Sudbury : Tue. Mar. 3 Kitchener at Guelph 7: Wed. Mar. 4 Owen Sound at Flint 7: Oshawa at Kingston 7: Saginaw at S.S. Marie 7:7 Kitchener at Sarnia 7:5 Thu. Mar. 5 Ottawa at Barrie 7:3 Hamilton at Niagara 7: North Bay at Peterborough 7:5 Owen Sound at Windsor 7:5 Fri. Mar. 6 Niagara at Erie 7: North Bay at Kingston 7: Guelph at Kitchener 7:3 Sarnia at London 7:3 Ottawa at Mississauga 7: Peterborough at Oshawa 7:35 Flint at S.S. Marie 7:7 Barrie at Sudbury 7:5 Sat. Mar. 7 Sudbury at Barrie 7:3 Guelph at Erie 7: Windsor at Flint 7: Mississauga at Niagara 7: Sarnia at Owen Sound 7:3 Hamilton at Peterborough 7:5 London at Saginaw 7:5 Sun. Mar. 8 Kingston at Mississauga : Sudbury at Oshawa 6:5 North Bay at Ottawa : London at S.S. Marie :7 Saginaw at Windsor :5

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