2007-08: Tyler Randell finished with five goals and 11 points in a 62-game campaign with the Belleville Bulls, the winger's rookie season in the OHL.
2008-09: Randell split the season between Belleville and Kitchener of the OHL. In 36 games with the Bulls, he netted 10 goals and 15 points, adding another 22 points (14g+8a) in 37 games with the Rangers. He finished the season with a combined 99 penalty minutes, his highest total to date.
2009-10: Though his point totals stayed the same, Randell quickly became one of the tougher players for the Rangers, totalling 88 PIM with the club. He racked up 9 goals and 21 points in 47 games for the OHL Club.
2010-11: Randell led the Kitchener Rangers in penalty minutes (160) while also chipping in offensively in his fourth year in the OHL. Randelll scored 20 goals for the first time in his career and added 12 assists while finishing -1 plus/minus for the season. In seven playoff games he had zero points and was -2 with 7 PMs.
2011-12: Signed to a three-year entry-level contract by the Bruins in April 2011, Randell began the year with the Bruins' AHL affiliate in Providence. After skating in 30 games for the P-Bruins and seeing limited ice time he was returned to the OHL's Kitchener Rangers, finishing the season in junior hockey. He had 2 goals and was minus-11 with 45 penalty minutes with Providence. An ankle injury limited him to 17 regular season games with Kitchener as he scored 9 goals with 1 assist and was plus-three with 21 penalty minutes. Randell received a 10-game suspension during the OHL playoffs in the Rangers' opening game against Owen Sound. He returned for the decisive Game 7 against Plymouth in the second round, scoring four goals in a 6-3 win. The Rangers were swept by London in the Western Conference finals. Randell scored 7 goals with 1 assist and was minus-one with 14 penalty minutes in six playoff games.
Randall is a big, pugilistic power forward who, when on his game, can give you more than just hits and fights. Scored 20 goals and had 160 penalty minutes for Kitchener this season. Can be a force when he’s motivated and moving his feet, but struggles with consistency issues.
Style is reminiscent of New York’s Brandon Prust. Randell is expected to start the season in Providence’s bottom-six.