With less than a dozen games to go in the Ontario Hockey League’s regular season, we take a look at statistical leaders in several categories for players eligible for the first time for the National Hockey League Draft in June.
The Belleville Bulls’ Jordan Subban, yes PK and Malcolm’s little brother, has been virtually neck and neck with the Soo Greyhounds Darnell Nurse among defenseman scoring leaders, that is until the last two weeks. Subban now leads Nurse by a margin of 48 points to 35. Chris Bigras of the Owen Sound Attack comes in third with 31 points while Trevor Murphy of the Windsor Spitfires is fourth with 26 points.
Speaking of Bigras, the solid two way defenseman has taken over the plus/minus lead from London’s Nikita Zadorov, who has held it all season. Bigras sits atop with a plus 32 while Zadorov is a plus 31. London’s Max Domi comes in third with a plus 27, followed by the Kitchener Rangers fine rookie Justin Bailey with a plus 24 and the Plymouth Whalers’ Ryan Hartman with a plus 22.
The Windsor Spitfires Kerby Rychel is now the pints leader with 77 points. Domi slips to seconds with 75 points. The consensus number one pick from the OHL, Ottawa 67’s Sean Monahan, is third with 69 points despite playing in 10 and 6 fewer games respectively. Jimmy Lodge of the Saginaw Spirit continues his torrid pace and sits forth with 61 points.
Below are the leaders in all categories. We take great care to ensure the accuracy of these stats. Please refer to the OHL website for official stats.