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OJHL PROSPECTS GAME ROSTERS ANNOUNCED
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Hamilton Huskies Alumnus Owen McGowan to play in the OJHL Prospects Game during the All-Star Celebration November 30, 2019 in Oakville. 

The festival, held at Sixteen Mile Sports Complex, promises to be a day-long celebration of the game, including games, clinics, presentations and a free public skate.

The OJHL Prospects Game, consisting of OJHL young guns, closes out activities beginning at 7:30 p.m.



November 14, 2019, Mississauga, ON  The Ontario Junior Hockey League today announced the rosters for its teams that will face off in the OJHL Prospects Game during the All-Star Celebration in the OJHL November 30, 2019 in Oakville. 

The festival, held at Sixteen Mile Sports Complex, promises to be a day-long celebration of the game, including games, clinics, presentations and a free public skate.

The OJHL Prospects Game, consisting of OJHL young guns, closes out activities beginning at 7:30 p.m.

The teams are named in honour of two childhood friends from Durham Region who are now playing in the NHL.

The North/West Prospects will play on Team Caggiula, named for Chicago Blackhawks forward Drake Caggiula. The MVP of the 2012 OJHL playoffs played two seasons for the Stouffville Spirit. He signed as a free agent with the Edmonton Oilers following four years at the University of North Dakota.

The South/East Prospects are on Team Shore, named in honour of former Whitby Fury forward Devin Shore. Shore was a second-round pick of the Dallas Stars from the Fury in the 2012 NHL draft. He then played three seasons at Maine. Shore now plays for the Anaheim Ducks.

Caggiula and Shore played played eight years of minor hockey together in the Ajax-Pickering Raiders organization.

North/West

 

South/East

Team Caggiula

 

Team Shore

Christian Linton - Brantford

1 - G

Curtis Boothe - JRC

Matteo Lalama - Colling

30 - G

Ethan Robertson - Cobourg

Luke Pavicich - Buffalo

A - G

Will Craig - Whitby

Kaleb Nelson - Aurora

8 - F

Christian Stevens - Whitby

Brenden Sirrizzoti - Pickering

9 - F

Cole O'Hara - NYR

Vladislav Dvurechenskii - Coll

10 - F

Ryan Alexander - St Mike’s

Luke Strickland - Stouff

11 - F

Ryan Tverberg - JRC

Luke Tchor - Oakville

12- F

Jacob Vreugdenhil - Welly

Jack Richard - Burling

14- F

Finn Brown - St Mike’s

Nolan Dann - George

15 - F

Logan Maunder - Lindsay

Matteo Costantini - Buff

16 - F

Mateo Dixon - Patriots

Johnny Ulicny - Markham

17 - F

Matt Sop - Missy

Elijah Pilosof - Pickering

18 - F

Ryan Holmes - Bramp

Cam Garvey - Oak

19 - F

Ayrton Martino - St. Mike’s

Ryan Brown - George

20 - F

Ryan Mansfield - Pats

Aidan Hughes - Milton

A - F

Lee Chiang - Pats

Shane Hyman - Markham

A - F

Jacob Dupis - Lindsay

Deven Nagra - Milton

2 - D

Erik MacNiel - Cobourg

Declan Ride - Oakville

3 - D

Owen Simpson - Whitby

Andre Anania - Stouffville

4 - D

Julien Jacob - Trenton

Payton Robinson - Burling

5 - D

Ryan Hall - Lindsay

Brenden Kennette - Burling

6 - D

Thomas Haynes - Brampton

Auston Dorazio - Markham

7 - D

Owen McGowan - Missy

Connor Olson - Pickering

A - D

Aydin Parekh - NYR

Coleton Panowyk - George

A - D

Darren Beattie - Cobourg

 

 

 

 

The event’s centrepiece is the OJHL All-Star Game at 3 p.m. The game will feature the best players from across the 22-team OJHL as selected by the league’s competition committee.

All-day admission is $5 with all proceeds going to the OJHL Foundation. The All-Star game will be broadcast live across the country on CHCH-TV. It’s the first of nine OJHL on CHCH telecasts shown on Saturdays during the 2019-20 season.

Festivities begin at 9:30 a.m. with a one-hour initiation program clinic for Oakville minor hockey players with the ice donated by Goodlife Fitness.

OJHL graduates will play in the alumni game at 10:30 a.m. Alumni will learn how the league’s Foundation assists players during a postgame presentation.

The free public skate is on from 1:30-2:15 p.m with the ice sponsored by Goodlife Fitness.

A one-hour, on-ice skill development clinic is scheduled for 5:45 p.m. The clinics are being conducted by the Ontario Junior Hockey League and sponsored by Goodlife Fitness.

An All-Star game for OJHL Affiliate Players begins at 12 noon. Players will be selected by the Ontario Junior Hockey League with final approval from the Ontario Hockey Federation.  Rosters for the AP teams will be announced later this month.

Sixteen Mile Sports Complex is the home arena of the defending OJHL champion Oakville Blades. The fully-accessible complex features: an Olympic-sized ice pad with seating for 1,500 spectators, three NHL-sized ice pads, 20 change rooms, two community rooms, two shooter pads and a pro shop.

Founded as a Jr. C team in 1966, the Oakville Blades joined the Jr. B ranks in 1970 and became a Jr. A team in the mid-1990s. The Blades won the OJHL (Buckland Cup) and Central Canadian (Dudley-Hewitt Cup) championships in 2008, 2010 and 2019.

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