Greater Toronto Hockey League Announces Details for the GTHL Top Prospects Game, Powered by Under Armour

TORONTO – November 23, 2017 –The top 40 GTHL Minor Midget AAA players will showcase their skills in the 9th Annual GTHL Top Prospects Game, Powered by Under Armour on Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. at Scotiabank Pond in Downsview Park.

Six celebrity coaches will be behind the benches at this year’s event, including NHL alumni Wendel Clark, Adam Graves, Darcy Tucker, Wayne Primeau, Mike Weaver, and Shayne Corson. Each roster will feature two goaltenders, six defencemen and 12 forwards.

“This event has seen great success over the past nine years and we’re very honoured to have continued support from both sponsors and spectators,” said GTHL Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer Scott Oakman. “Many talented players have participated in this event in the past and we’re always excited to give the next generation the opportunity to showcase their skills. The League is grateful to Under Armour for their continued support and for providing fans and players with the best possible experience.”

Alumni of the event include current NHL stars Connor McDavid, Mitch Marner, Max Domi, and more.

“As the official sports apparel provider of the GTHL and presenting partner of the Top Prospects Game we’re excited to outfit these rising stars in our state of the art products designed to make all athletes better, both on and off the ice,” said Matt Shearer Vice President and General Manager Canada, Under Armour.

Ten different Minor Midget AAA clubs will be represented at the event, with the Toronto Marlboros leading all clubs with ten players.

Advance tickets can be purchased online at or at the GTHL office, located inside Scotiabank Pond at 57 Carl Hall Road in Toronto. The GTHL office is open Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Tickets are $8 in advance or $10 at the gate. Advance ticket purchase is recommended to avoid line-ups at the arena. No passes will be accepted.

Rosters will be as follows:

Number Position First Name Last Name Team
1 Goalie Tristan Lennox Mississauga Reps
30 Goalie Chase Clark Toronto Young Nationals
2 Defense Michael Bianconi Jr. Canadiens
3 Defense Owen Power Mississauga Reps
4 Defense Nolan Dillingham-Morelli Mississauga Rebels
5 Defense Daniil Chayka Jr. Canadiens
6 Defense Owen Porter Toronto Titans
7 Defense Thomas Haynes Mississauga Senators
8 Forward Dylan Robinson Jr. Canadiens
9 Forward Ethan Graham Mississauga Reps
10 Forward Jake Uberti Mississauga Reps
11 Forward Jonah De Simone Mississauga Reps
12 Forward Matthew Papais Mississauga Reps
14 Forward Rory Kerins Mississauga Rebels
15 Forward Aidan Hughes Mississauga Reps
16 Forward Davis Young Mississauga Reps
17 Forward Elias Cohen Mississauga Senators
18 Forward Sebastian Bulovs Mississauga Senators
19 Forward Kyle Jackson Toronto Red Wings
20 Forward Jean-Luc Foudy Toronto Titans
Wendel Clark Celebrity Coach
Mike Weaver Celebrity Coach
Shayne Corson Celebrity Coach
Daniel Sisca Head Coach – Jr. Canadiens
Brynne Stainsby Trainer – Jr. Canadiens


Number Position First Name Last Name Team
1 Goalie Marco Costantini Vaughan Kings
30 Goalie Joseph Vrbetic Don Mills Flyers
2 Defense Jamie Drysdale Toronto Marlboros
3 Defense Ryan O’Rourke Vaughan Kings
4 Defense Austin D’Orazio Vaughan Kings
5 Defense Anthony Costantini Vaughan Kings
6 Defense Lleyton Moore Toronto Marlboros
7 Defense Nick Enero Toronto Marlboros
8 Forward Cameron Peters Toronto Marlboros
9 Forward Tyler Tullio Vaughan Kings
10 Forward William Cuylle Toronto Marlboros
11 Forward Cole Perfetti Vaughan Kings
12 Forward Stephen Halliday Toronto Marlboros
14 Forward William Portokalis Don Mills Flyers
15 Forward Riley Piercey Toronto Marlboros
16 Forward Ryan Alexander Toronto Marlboros
17 Forward McKay Hayes Toronto Marlboros
18 Forward Reid Valade Toronto Marlboros
19 Forward Eric Russell Vaughan Kings
20 Forward Matthew Perciballi Don Mills Flyers
Adam Graves Celebrity Coach
Wayne Primeau Celebrity Coach
Darcy Tucker Celebrity Coach
Richard Power Head Coach – Toronto Marlboros
Matt Miller Trainer – Toronto Marlboros


About the Greater Toronto Hockey League

Founded in 1911, the GTHL is a non-profit organization and the largest minor hockey league in the world. The GTHL registers more than 40,000 annual participants in Mississauga, Toronto, Markham and Vaughan.

For more information, contact:
Adrienne Middlebrook | Coordinator, Marketing and Communications
416-636-6845 x.234 |

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