Bassin d’espoirs de la LCH : Lightning de Tampa Bay
Bassin d’espoirs de la LCH met en évidence ceux qui ont joué en 2022-23, qui sont nés en 2002 ou après, et qui sont signés par ou sur la liste de réserve d’un club de la LNH.
Dyllan Gill (F) — Rouyn-Noranda Huskies
Acquis: 2022 NHL Draft (223e rang)
Statistiques de la LCH: 173GP | 14G | 66A | 80PTS
Gill finished tied sixth in QMJHL scoring among d-men with 57 points in 2022-23 while his 49 assists placed fifth. The Riverview, N.B., native added seven points in five playoff games.
Ethan Gauthier (F) — Drummondville Voltigeurs
Acquis: 2023 NHL Draft (37e rang)
Statistiques de la LCH: 131GP | 48G | 60A | 108PTS
Gauthier hit the 30-goal plateau for the first time in his career last season while his 69 points, a career high, placed third among Phoenix skaters.
The 18-year-old won a gold medal at the 2022 Hlinka Gretzky Cup where he led the tournament with six goals while earlier this year he collected the Mike Bossy Trophy as the QMJHL’s best professional prospect.
After two seasons with Sherbrooke, who took him first overall in the 2021 QMJHL Draft, Gauthier will suit up for Drummondville in 2023-24 after an offseason traded.
Ethan Hay (F) — Flint Firebirds
Acquis: 2023 NHL Draft (211e rang)
Statistiques de la LCH: 123GP | 25G | 22A | 47PTS
Hay had a career best 17 goals in 2022-23 while he also notched 28 points, up from the 19 he recorded as a rookie.
Off the ice, Hay earned the Ivan Tennant Award as the OHL’s Top Academic High School player.
Roman Schmidt (D) — Kitchener Rangers
Acquis: 2021 NHL Draft (96e rang)
Statistiques de la LCH: 132GP | 15G | 46A | 61PTS
In his second OHL campaign, Schmidt recorded 28 points (four goals) to finish third in scoring among Kitchener defencemen. Schmidt’s 74 penalty minutes were the second most among Rangers skaters.