Top 2005 Draft Eligible Scorers (OHL)

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  1. Hiishawk

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    Ryan (Owen Sound) 42 26 36 62
    O'Reilly (Windsor) 50 16 40 56
    Ryder (Peterorough) 48 20 35 55
    Brophy (Belleville) 46 19 35 54
    Ouliot (Sudbury) 49 26 26 52
    Downie (Windsor) 45 16 35 51
    O'Marra (Erie) 45 18 29 47
    Smolenak (Kingston) 46 22 21 43
    Duco (Kitchener) 46 19 19 38
    Neal (Plymouth) 48 15 21 36
    Mannino (Saginaw) 49 15 21 36
    Pyatt (Saginaw) 38 13 22 35
    Blunden (Erie) 47 19 15 34
    Collins (Plymouth) 49 18 16 34
    Davis (Kitchener) 41 12 22 34
    T. Donati (Toronto) 34 14 18 32
    D'agostini (Geulph) 41 18 14 32
    Lawrence (SSM) 50 6 25 31
    Martin (Brampton) 47 13 15 28
    Beljo (Peterorough) 41 15 12 27
    Baker (Sudbury) 45 9 16 25
    Versteeg-Lytwyn (Sarnia) 47 9 16 25
    Clune (Sarnia) 50 14 10 24
    Rizzi (Kingston) 45 7 17 24
    Swift (Mississauga) 47 11 11 22
    O'Connor (Erie) 47 6 16 22
    J. Donati (Toronto) 23 7 13 20
    Bass (Misissauga) 48 7 13 20

    Defensemen:
    McNeill (Saginaw) 48 6 21 27
    Joslin (Ottawa) 49 5 20 25
    Wilson (Toronto) 48 9 14 23
    Staal (Sudbury) 47 3 15 18
    Lashoff (Kitchener) 32 2 16 18
    Lamb (Owen Sound) 50 3 13 16
    Parent (Guelph) 48 2 13 15
    Abraham (Mississauga) 40 3 11 14
    McQuaid (Sudury) 48 2 11 13
    Kindl (Kitchener) 44 3 9 12

    Goalies:
    Lalande (Belleville) 20 .921 2.66
    Machesney (Brampton) 29 .914 2.79
    Sniderman (Erie) 17 .903 2.72
    Spezza (Ottawa) 12 .904 3.02
    Gajewski (SSM) 25 .911 2.73
    Savage (Toronto) 16 .913 2.69
     
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  2. Hiishawk

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    We haven't heard too much about 2 of the top OHL scorers on this list: O'Reilly and Brophy. What do people have to say about them. DF Derek Joslin is another who I haven't read much about here and have seen only twice. Opinions?
     
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    PPG is a better stat. While Ryan looks good with these stats, because he has played less games his PPG is significantly ahead of any other OHL draft eligible player.
     
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    Where's Ryder projected to go in this draft?
     
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    The 2nd round is where I'd take him but this draft is sooo deep. So you never know.
     
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    O'Reilly's having a great year, he's also been Windsor's leading scorer for most of the season, which I think has surprised quite a few people here. He's a speedy playmaker, but I think the thing that's hurting his ranking is his size. He's listed as 5'11 and 180 and doesn't look very big on the ice. He wasn't even ranked when the originial OHL rankings came out, despite the fact that I think he was the leading draft eligible scorer in the OHL at that point. Now he's #91 on the NA skaters list. He'll be playing in the OHL all star game tomorrow night.
     
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    Joslin has been a surprise in Ottawa. He has played on the 67's top pairing with Will Colbert throughout the season. He's big, strong, mean, physical, pretty much everything you want to see, but his skating is average. He brings some offence to his game but most of his points come from playing the point on the 2nd PP unit. I think he'll probably go anywhere from 4th round to 7th round.
     
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