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Sunday, September 16, 2018

2018-19 OHL Predictions (Standings and Awards) #OHL


With the start of the OHL season around the corner, we at A Very Barrie Colts Blog decided that we would do season predictions. Here we will share our opinions on how the season standings will look at the end of the regular season, as well as individual award winners.

We are a Colts blog, so remember that we may show bias towards the Colts.

Included in this post are all 3 contributors of the site, Ryan Noble, Ryan McArthur and Justin Stapleton.

Conference Standings.
For our Conference standings, we all chose our picks for how each conference would look at the end of the season. After all 3 of us made our choices, we assigned points to each team based on their ranking on each prediction. Basically, 1st place got 10 points, 2nd got 9 points all the way to 10th place earning a single point. Beside each team we included the final point total. Our picks for most improved teams in each Conference ended up being unanimous.

Eastern Conference

  1. Barrie Colts - 27
  2. Oshawa Generals - 26
  3. Niagara IceDogs 25
  4. Ottawa 67's 24
  5. Sudbury Wolves 18
  6. North Bay Battalion 14
  7. Hamilton Bulldogs 12
  8. Peterborough Petes 9
  9. Mississauga Steelheads 7
  10. Kingston Frontenacs 3
MOST IMPROVED - Sudbury Wolves

Contributors choice to win each Division.

Ryan Noble
Central - Barrie Colts
East - Oshawa Generals

Ryan McArthur
Central - Barrie Colts
East - Oshawa Generals

Justin Stapleton
Central - Niagara IceDogs
East - Ottawa 67's

Western Conference

  1. London Knights - 30
  2. Saginaw Spirit - 27
  3. Guelph Storm - 23
  4. Windsor Spitfires - 22
  5. Owen Sound Attack - 17
  6. Kitchener Rangers - 16
  7. Soo Greyhounds - 12
  8. Sarnia Sting - 9
  9. Erie Otters - 5
  10. Flint Firebirds - 5


MOST IMPROVED - Saginaw Spirit

Contributors choice to win each Division.

Ryan Noble
Midwest - London Knights
West - Saginaw Spirit

Ryan McArthur
Midwest - London Knights
West - Saginaw Spirit

Justin Stapleton
Midwest - London Knights
West - Saginaw Spirit

OHL Awards.

Red Tilson Trophy (Most Outstanding Player)
Ryan Noble: Morgan Frost - Soo Greyhounds
Ryan McArthur: Zach Magwood - Barrie Colts (if he is back); Non-biased pick is Jason Robertson - Kingston Frontenacs
Justin Stapleton: Morgan Frost - Soo Greyhounds

Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy (Top Scorer)
Ryan Noble: Morgan Frost - Soo Greyhounds
Ryan McArthur: Zach Magwood - Barrie Colts if he is back); non-biased pick is Jason Robertson - Kingston Frontenacs
Justin Stapleton: Morgan Frost - Soo Greyhounds

Max Kaminsky Trophy (Defenceman of the Year)
Ryan Noble: Joey Keane - Barrie Colts
Ryan McArthur: Joey Keane - Barrie Colts; non-biased pick is Adam Boqvist - London Knights
Justin Stapleton: Joey Keane - Barrie Colts; non-biased pick is Evan Bouchard - London Knights

Goaltender of the Year
Ryan Noble: Michael DiPietro - Windsor Spitfires
Ryan McArthur:  Maksim Zhukov - Barrie Colts; non-biased pick is Michael DiPietro - Windsor Spitfires
Justin Stapleton: Michael DiPietro - Windsor Spitfires

Best Draft Eligible
Ryan Noble: Ryan Suzuki Barrie Colts
Ryan McArthur: Ryan Suzuki, Barrie Colts; non-biased pick is Blake Murray - Sudbury Wolves
Justin Stapleton: Ryan Suzuki - Barrie Colts. Arthur Kaliyev - Hamilton Bulldogs, Blake Murray - Sudbury Wolves.

Emms Family Award (Rookie of the Year)
Ryan Noble: Quinton Byfield - Sudbury Wolves
Ryan McArthur: Riley Piercey - Barrie Colts; non-biased pick is Quinton Byfield - Sudbury Wolves
Justin Stapleton: Quinton Byfield - Sudbury Wolves

Breakout/Most Improved Player
Ryan Noble: Aidan Brown - Barrie Colts
Ryan McArthur: Aidan Brown - Barrie Colts; non-biased pick is Dennis Busby - Flint Firebirds
Justin Stapleton: Aidan Brown - Barrie Colts; non-biased pick is Jake Ingham - Mississauga Steelheads

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