Team Black & Team White rosters announced for 2022 GTHL Top Prospects Game powered by Under Armour

TORONTO, ON – The Greater Toronto Hockey League has announced the rosters for the 2022 GTHL Top Prospects Game powered by Under Armour, which takes place on January 13, 2022 at Scotiabank Pond in Downsview Park.  

The top 40 GTHL Under-16 ‘AAA’ players selected will showcase their skills in the 12th annual event, divided into Team Black and Team White. Each roster will feature two goaltenders, six defencemen, and 12 forwards.  

NOTE: Following the celebrity coaches announcement, Team Black has become Team Clark-James-Primeau and Team White has become Team Nolan-Stewart-Tucker. For the 2022 GTHL Top Prospects Game celebrity coaches announcement, click here

“The GTHL is excited and grateful for the return of this event,” said Scott Oakman, Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer of the GTHL. “Many current NHL players have competed in this event and we always take pride in getting the chance to give our players the opportunity to showcase their skills. The League appreciates the continued support from Under Armour, providing fans and our players with the best possible experience.”  

A total of five different GTHL clubs make up Team Clark-James-Primeau with the Mississauga Senators leading the way with nine and the Toronto Marlboros right behind with seven. The Vaughan Kings, Toronto Young Nationals, and Don Mills Flyers are all represented as well, each with at least one player.  

Team Nolan-Stewart-Tucker has a total of four GTHL clubs rostered, including Toronto Jr. Canadiens and the North York Rangers with seven and six respectively, and the Markham Majors with five. The Kings add to their two players on Team Clark-James-Primeau with one donning a white jersey for a total of three GTHL Top Prospects.  

Current NHL standouts such as Connor McDavid, Mitch Marner, Darnell Nurse, as well as first overall 2021 NHL Draft pick Owen Power, are alumni of the GTHL Top Prospects Game.  

Ticket information for the event will be announced at a later date.  



#1 Goaltender Ryerson Leenders Toronto Young Nationals
#30 Goaltender Landon Miller Vaughan Kings
#2 Defence Ryan Castle Vaughan Kings
#3 Defence Sam Dickinson Toronto Marlboros
#4 Defence Justin Huynh Mississauga Senators
#5 Defence Mason Taylor Don Mills Flyers
#6 Defence Brayden Turley Mississauga Senators
#7 Defence Parker von Richter Toronto Marlboros
#8 Forward Justin Bottineau Toronto Marlboros
#9 Forward Gabriel Frasca Mississauga Senators
#10 Forward Quinten Lisle Mississauga Senators
#11 Forward Carter Lowe Toronto Marlboros
#12 Forward Michael Misa Mississauga Senators
#14 Forward William Moore Mississauga Senators
#15 Forward Riley Patterson Mississauga Senators
#16 Forward Beckett Sennecke Toronto Marlboros
#17 Forward Leo Serlin Toronto Marlboros
#18 Forward Malcolm Spence Mississauga Senators
#19 Forward Bode Stewart Mississauga Senators
#20 Forward Luc Warner Toronto Marlboros


#1 Goaltender Karsen Chartier North York Rangers
#30 Goaltender Andrew Gaulton Markham Majors
#2 Defence Kashawn Aitcheson North York Rangers
#3 Defence Anthony Cristoforo Toronto Jr. Canadiens
#4 Defence Henry Mews Toronto Jr. Canadiens
#5 Defence Zayne Parekh Markham Majors
#6 Defence Lex Terrence Markham Majors
#7 Defence Rowan Topp North York Rangers
#8 Forward Jay Feldberg Toronto Marlboros
#9 Forward Christopher Brown North York Rangers
#10 Forward Jack Dean Markham Majors
#11 Forward Lucas Ellinas North York Rangers
#12 Forward Liam Greentree Markham Majors
#14 Forward Michael Hage Toronto Jr. Canadiens
#15 Forward Kevin He North York Rangers
#16 Forward Porter Martone Toronto Jr. Canadiens
#17 Forward Sam O’Reilly Vaughan Kings
#18 Forward Antonio Tersigni Toronto Jr. Canadiens
#19 Forward Jack Van Volsen Toronto Jr. Canadiens
#20 Forward Jacob Battaglia Toronto Jr. Canadiens

For more information, please contact:

Stephanie Coratti, Communications & Marketing Coordinator

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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 Markham, Mississauga, Toronto, and Vaughan. The purpose of the GTHL is to govern organized hockey for youth within its jurisdiction, and to foster participation that reflects the cultural demographic of the League’s territory while promoting an environment that is welcoming and inclusive for all participants.  

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