OHL talent trending upward on Sportsnet’s 2020 NHL Draft Prospect Rankings for February


Sportsnet’s Sam Cosentino has unveiled his 2020 NHL Draft Prospect Rankings for February with seven OHL players on the list.

Sudbury Wolves centreman Quinton Byfield held steady at number two on the list while Erie’s Jamie Drysdale, Saginaw’s Cole Perfetti, Ottawa’s Jack Quinn, Sarnia’s Jacob Perreault and Kingston’s Martin Chromiak all climbed the list, with each gaining ground since’s January’s list was released.

Perfetti and Perreault both reached the 30-goal mark this past weekend while Marco Rossi, who is fifth on the list, leads the OHL in scoring by a six-point margin entering Tuesday’s action, boasting 94 points (30-64–94) over 43 games. Quinn, who is Rossi’s teammate in Ottawa, leads the OHL with 44 goals.

Chromiak was the lone addition to the list. The Slovakian winger was the second overall pick of the 2019 CHL Import Draft before joining the Frontenacs to start the second half. He’s hopped onto a line with 16-year-old star Shane Wright and posted 22 points (9-13–22) over 16 games as the Frontenacs are right back in the discussion for an OHL Playoff spot.

Here’s a look at the full list below.

Sportsnet’s 2020 NHL Draft Prospect Rankings for February

2 Quinton Byfield Sudbury Wolves C
4 Jamie Drysdale Erie Otters D
5 Marco Rossi Ottawa 67’s C
6 Cole Perfetti Saginaw Spirit LW
14 Jack Quinn Ottawa 67’s RW
21 Jacob Perreault Sarnia Sting RW
31 Martin Chromiak Kingston Frontenacs RW


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