New York State Hockey: In the OHL

The following is a list of players from New York that went on to play in the OHL since 2010. 

Year  – Position – Name – From – Primary OHL Organization – Organization Prior to OHL – Current Organization – NHL

01′ – (F) – Kyle Harris – E. Aurora – Flint – Toronto Marlboros U16 – Flint –
01′ – (F) – Arthur Kaliyev – New York – Hamilton – Compuware U16 – Hamilton – 2020 NHL DRAFT PROSPECT
98′ – (G) – Stephen Dhillon – Buffalo – Niagara – Buffalo Regals U16 – Niagara – 2018 NHL DRAFT PROSPECT
98′ – (D) – Austin Osmanski – E. Aurora – Mississauga – Buffalo RJr.Sabres U16 – Peterborough  — Round 7 – BUFFALO SABRES
99′ – (D) – Anthony Demeo – Port Washington – Sault Ste. Marie – NJ Rockets U16 – Sault Ste. Marie
98′ – (G) – Tyler Johnson – Amherst – London – Topeka (NAHL) – Sault Ste. Marie 

97′ – (F) – Luke Kirwan – DeWitt – Flint – USNTDP U17 – Baie-Comeau (QMJHL) 
96′ – (D) – Nathan Billitier – Spencerport Kingston – USNTDP U18** – Queens U
97′ – (F) – Jeremy Bracco – Freeport – Kitchener – USNTDP U18*- Toronto (AHL) — Round 2 – TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS
96′ – (D) – Frank Hora – Buffalo – Kitchener – Buffalo Jr. Sabres U18 – Reading (ECHL)

95′ – (F) – Kevin LaBanc – Staten Island – Barrie – USNTDP U18 – San Jose (NHL) – Round 6 – SAN JOSE SHARKS 
97′ – (F) – Owen Green – Williamsville – North Bay – Buffalo Jr. Sabres U16 – Niagara Falls (GOJHL) 
96′ – (D) – Jarret Meyer – W. Sayville – Owen Sound – NJ Rockets (EHL) – Burlington (OJHL) – out.

95′ – (F) – Justin Bailey – Buffalo – Kitchener – Long Island Royals U16 – Kitchener – Rochester (AHL) – Round 2 – BUFFALO SABRES
96′ – (F) – Sonny Milano – Massapequa – Plymouth – USNTDP U18 – Columbus (NHL) – Round 1 – COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS

94′ – (D) – Dylan Blujus – Buffalo – Brampton – Buffalo Regals U18 – Utica (AHL) – Round 2 – TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING
93′ – (D) – Alex Lepkowski – Buffalo – Barrie – St. Francis – Acadia U – Round 5 – BUFFALO SABRES 
93′ – (F) – Tyler Biggs – Binghamton – Oshawa – MIAMI – Kalamazoo (ECHL) – Round 1 – TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS 

92′ – (F) – Phil Lane – Rochester – Brampton – Buffalo Jr. Sabres U16 – Binghamton (AHL) – Round 2 – ARIZONA COYTOES 
91′ – (F) – Conor Stokes – Lansing – Guelph – Syracuse (Emp.) – out. 
92′ – (F) – Shane Prince – Rochester – Ottawa – Maksymum (Emp.) – New York Islanders (NHL) – Round 2 – OTTAWA SENATORS 
92′ – (F) – Michael Kantor – New York – Saginaw – Albert Lea (NAHL) – Greenville (ECHL) — out. 
92′ – (D) – Joe Rogalski – Lancaster – Sarnia – Buffalo Saints U15 – Bakersfield (ECHL) — out. – Round 6 – PITTSBURGH PENGUINS
93′ – (F) – Stephen Alonge –
Lynnbrook – Windsor – NY Bobcats (Atl.) – out.
91′ – (G) – John Cullen –
Hamburg – Windsor – W. Ontario U
93′ – (F) – Dan Elser –
Hopewell Junction – London – Shattuck St. Mary’s U16 – Ontario Tech U 

91′ – (F) – David Shields – Rochester – Erie – Maksymum (Emp.) – Villacher (EBL) – Round 6 – ST. LOUIS BLUES 
92′ – (F) – John Padulo – Rochester – Oshawa – Rochester Alliance U16 – out. 
91′ – (F) – Jerry D’Amigo – Binghamton – Kitchener – RPI – Binghamton Jr. Senators (Atl.) – Kalpa (FIN) – Round 2 – TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS
92′ – (D) – David Mead – Conklin – Sault Ste. Marie – Binghamton Jr. Senators (Atl.) – Danbury (FHL) – out. 
94′ – (D) – Bryan Deeley – Rochester – Windsor – Rochester (EJHL) – out. 

*Bracco also played 5 games for BOSTON COLLEGE.
*Billitier also played 9 games for NOTRE DAME

 

30 Players from New York have played in the OHL since the 2010-2011 season started. Of them, only five – Shane Prince (126 games played), Jerry D’Amigo (31 games played), Sonny Milano, Justin Bailey and Kevin LeBanc have played in the NHL. 

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