Photo: Barrie Colts forward and 2014 prospect Brendan Lemieux, shown here during the testing portion of the 2014 NHL Combine, is ranked 28th among North American skaters for the 2014 NHL Draft by Central Scouting (courtesy of Dave Sandford/Getty Images)
With a father that is a four-time Stanley Cup winner, Barrie Colts left wing Brendan Lemieux certainly has a tough act to follow as he pursues his NHL dream. Lemieux's first step towards filling those big skates comes at the end of June when his name is likely to be called at the 2014 NHL Draft.
Photo: Oshawa Generals forward and 2014 prospect Michael Dal Colle is ranked fifth among North American skaters in Central Scouting’s final rankings for the 2014 NHL Draft (courtesy of Ken McKenna/HF)
There is a handful of top prospects for the 2014 NHL Draft that have held their top-5 ranking over the course of the 2013-14 season. One of those steady performers is Oshawa Generals left wing Michael Dal Colle, the highest ranked forward out of the OHL this season.
Photo: Edmonton Oil Kings captain and New York Islanders prospect Griffin Reinhart hoists the Memorial Cup trophy following the Oil Kings’ 6-3 win over the Guelph Storm in the final of the 96th edition of this tournament (courtesy of Aaron Bell/CHL Images)
Despite coming into the final game having played almost two extra ‘games’ at the 2014 MasterCard Memorial Cup, the Edmonton Oil Kings found something extra in its reserves in defeating the Guelph Storm, 6-3.
Photo: Guelph Storm defenseman and Toronto Maple Leafs prospect Matt Finn and his Storm teammates will do battle with the Edmonton Oil Kings one more time, this time to decide the winner of the 2014 MasterCard Memorial Cup (courtesy of CHL Images)
As a four-year member of the Guelph Storm, team captain and Toronto Maple Leafs’ second-rounder Matt Finn has suffered a lot at the collective hands of the three-time OHL champion London Knights.
Photo: Guelph Storm goaltender Justin Nichols is the only netminder of the four starting goaltenders at the 2014 MasterCard Memorial Cup Tournament to not have his name called at the NHL Draft (courtesy of CHL Images)
He’s backstopped the Guelph Storm to the top of the CHL rankings, a first-place finish during the OHL’s regular season, and an OHL championship. And now netminder Justin Nichols has backstopped the Storm to the championship game of the 2014 MasterCard Memorial Cup.