Here’s a closer look at the 20 players who will compete for Team OHL during Game 4 of the 2019 CIBC Canada Russia Series November 11 in London.
Tyler Angle – The Windsor Spitfires leading scorer who tops the charts with 23 points counting 11 goals in 16 games joins Team OHL for Game 4.
Kevin Bahl – Arizona Coyotes prospect and 67’s rearguard is the OHL’s biggest player at 6’7” and 240 lb and will wear an ‘A’ in both games as he embarks on his third straight series.
Quinton Byfield – 2019 CHL Rookie of the Year selected first overall by the Sudbury Wolves is now a top prospect for the 2020 NHL Draft and ranks second in OHL scoring with 38 points through 20 games.
Declan Chisholm – Across 18 contests, the Winnipeg Jets prospect leads all Peterborough defencemen with 24 points in 18 appearances.
Ty Dellandrea – The Flint Firebirds captain became the franchise’s first player chosen in the first round of the NHL Draft when the Dallas Stars picked him 13th overall in 2018 and will wear an ‘A’ for Team OHL during a campaign where he’s first in team scoring with 19 points through 15 games.
Jamie Drysdale – The OHL’s fourth highest scoring defenceman coming into Game 4 has 20 points in 19 games for the Erie Otters where he has blossomed into a first round candidate for the 2020 NHL Draft after captaining Canada at the Hlinka Gretzky Cup.
Aidan Dudas – Team OHL captain was also awarded the ‘C’ for the Owen Sound Attack this season where the Los Angeles Kings prospect leads the club with 24 points through 17 games.
Liam Foudy – The London Knights co-captain has 14 points in nine games since returning from a pre-season injury suffered at Columbus Blue Jackets rookie camp a year after the club made him a first round pick in the 2018 NHL Draft.
Thomas Harley – A breakout 58-point campaign made the Mississauga Steelheads defender the highest OHL player selected in the 2019 NHL Draft chosen 18th overall by the Dallas Stars.
Hunter Jones – The Peterborough Petes netminder and Minnesota Wild prospect will get the call between the pipes for Team OHL in Game 4.
Jordan Kooy – Winning both of his contests since joining Sarnia, the Vegas Golden Knights prospect turned aside a combined 62 shots in the process.
Connor McMichael – Washington Capitals first round pick is first in league scoring with 41 points including 19 goals in 16 games for the London Knights.
Allan McShane – With 20 points counting five goals and 15 assists, the Montreal Canadiens prospect sits second in scoring on the Oshawa Generals.
Ryan Merkley – The 2018 San Jose Sharks first round pick has continued his offensive ways with the London Knights this season recording 18 points including 14 assists in his first 14 games in green.
Serron Noel – The 6’6” Florida Panthers prospect is one of the league’s top power forwards scoring 34 goals last season for the Oshawa Generals and has 13 points through his first 13 games.
Cole Perfetti – After leading OHL rookies in points last season with 74 including a CHL rookie best 37 goals the top 2020 NHL Draft prospect is showcasing his playmaking abilities this season with a league high 26 assists through 19 games for the Saginaw Spirit.
Jamieson Rees – Since making his return to the lineup in mid-October, the Carolina Hurricanes prospect has caught fire in collecting 26 points across 11 appearances with the Sarnia Sting.
Philip Tomasino – The 2019 Nashville Predators first round pick has speed to burn and offensive flair for the Niagara IceDogs where he sits second in team scoring with 25 points through 20 games.
Akil Thomas – Niagara IceDogs captain and 2018 Los Angeles Kings prospect has 27 points through 17 games after being one of nine OHL players and the only one on this roster to eclipse the century mark a year ago.
Tyler Tucker – The St. Louis Blues prospect gets his second opportunity with Team OHL and is currently tied for eighth in scoring among defencemen with 16 points in 14 games for the Barrie Colts.
Ryan Suzuki (Barrie Colts) will not compete in Game 4 due to injury.