It was another strong week for Leafs 2012 first round pick Morgan Rielly. The Mosse Jaw Warriors defenceman picked up one goal and three assists in four games last week. His lone goal was the game winner and pretty sweet as you can see in this video.
Rielly currently leads all WHL defencemen in scoring with 19 points (four goals, 15 assists). He has five points in the last five games and he was recently named to the WHL roster to face Russia in the Subway Super Series on November 14 & 15.
Another prospect who put up big numbers this past week was Sudbury Wolves forward Josh Leivo who recorded five points (two goals, three assists) in three games. He currently leads the Wolves in goals with 10 which puts him seventh in the OHL and his 16 points are tied for the team lead. Leivo has seven points in the last five games and he will be suiting up for Team OHL against Russia in the Subway Super Series on Nov. 8 & 12.
Matt Finn and Garret Sparks had a tough weekend as the Guelph Storm were 1-2-0 allowing 15 goals in the three games. Sparks was pulled in the two losses but sandwiched in between was a 42 save performance against London. For the season, Sparks is 9-3-1 with a 3.77 GAA and .898 SV%.
2012 second round pick, Finn had one goal last week with a minus five rating. Finn has 13 points in 15 games this season. He will be playing for Team OHL in Guelph on November 8th.
It was a solid week for Stuart Percy as the Leafs 2011 first round pick had three points in three games as the Mississauga Steelheads were a perfect 3-0-0 on the week. Percy continues his steady play with eight points in 14 games as the captain of the young Steelheads team.
Leafs 2012 sixth round pick, Connor Brown had four points including a hat-trick in a 6-5 loss against Sault Ste. Marie. He was named the first star thanks to his big game against Sault Ste. Marie. Brown is second on the Erie Otters in scoring (17 points) but leads the team in goals with 10. David Broll recorded two points in the last two games including a goal in the win over Otters. Broll has 10 points on the season.
Rugged forward Ryan Rupert continues to play a strong checking role for the London Knights. Rupert dropped the gloves in a 5-4 Knights win over Peterborough. He has seven points this season for the Knights.
Tyler Biggs had his second two goal game in the OHL in a 4-3 shootout win last Wednesday over Ottawa. Biggs was named the second star in the win. He has 13 points in 16 games this season.
Here is the full prospect report with stats from the CHL, NCAA & Europe