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GTHL Game Report: Toronto Titans vs. Toronto Jr. Canadiens, Oct. 21, 2017

Toronto Titans    Toronto Jr Canadiens

Toronto Titans 4 vs. Toronto Jr. Canadiens 2

Date: Saturday, October 21, 2017
Report filed by: Chris Bowen

Christian Trianni – G (Toronto Titans)
The main reason why the Titans were able to pul out the win. Made a number of high quality saves and had great rebound control all game. Made a big desperation save where he stacked the pads to rob a Jr. Canadiens forward during the second period to preserve a one goal lead. First star of the night.

Liam Monardo – F (Toronto Titans)
Scored an impressive goal by stick-handling his way out of pressure and cutting into the middle before firing off a perfectly placed wrist-shot into the top corner. This was a timely individual play as the momentum was firmly with the Jr. Canadiens at that time during the game.

Owen Porter – D (Toronto Titans)
Very active physically and offensively for the Titans. Moved the puck well throughout and game and tried to set the tone early going after a number of forwards from the Jr. Canadiens. Caught out of position a couple of times but was still one of the better Titans during the game.

Josh MacPherson – F (Toronto Jr. Canadiens)
One of the better forwards for the Jr. Canadiens throughout the game. Smart reader of the play who moves around the offensive zone well and got open for a number of good scoring chances. Has an impressive looking shot. Was unlucky not to have scored a couple of goals.

Michael Bianconi – D (Toronto Jr. Canadiens)
The most impactful player for the Jr. Canadiens. Bianconi is a highly-skilled two-way defender who moves the puck and skates with the best in this age group. Defensively he was aggressive all game and prevented a number of Titans zone entries. He is a key ingredient to the Jr. Canadiens success from the back-end
 
Ryan Tverberg – F (Toronto Jr. Canadiens)
Scored a highlight-reel goal tie the game late in the third and was one of the most impactful forwards in the game. Has a dazzling pair of hands and speed to burn. Not afraid to get the puck to the net despite his size.

INITIAL 2018 OHL DRAFT RANKING

Initial 2018 OHL DRAFT RANKING

1.  Quinton Byfield, York-Simcoe Express
 
2.  Jamie Drysdale, Toronto Marlboros
 
3.  Dylan Peterson, CIHA 
 
4.  Antonio Stranges, Little Caesars 16U 
 
5.  Cameron Tolnai, Oakville Rangers 
 
6.  Cole Perfetti, Vaughan Kings
7.  Lleyton Moore, Toronto Marlboros 
 
8.  Reid Valade, Toronto Marlboros 
 
9.  Jean-Luc Foudy, Toronto Titans
 
10.  Ryan O'Rourke, Vaughan Kings 
 

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Quinton Byfield, #55 York-Simcoe Express
Evan Vierling, #41 York-Simcoe Express
Cameron Butler, #21 York-Simcoe Express
Jack Bar, #4 York-Simcoe Express

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