We’re back once again to continue our trek towards the top of the Alliance talent pool. On this day, we are looking at the players ranked from 15 all the way up to six.
When we look at the players featured in this set of rankings, you will see a good variety of talent. There are a couple strong blue line forces, some power forwards, two gifted scorers and the top goaltender in the Alliance.
Many of the players listed here have incredible potential, including the opportunity to move even higher in the rankings and even possibly crack the top five.
If you missed the 16-25 rankings, they can be found here.
2014/15 Minor Midget Record – 25-3-5 (2nd overall)
Final Result – Defeated London in 5 games to win Alliance Championship (OHL Cup Berth)
2014/15 Major Bantam Record – 14-11-7 (7th overall)
Final Result – Defeated Windsor in 6 games to win Alliance Championship
The two-time defending Alliance champions are hoping a slew of new players can help them capture their 3rd straight Alliance championship and their 4th straight OHL Cup appearance. They also have a collection of players who won the Major Bantam Alliance championship that know what winning is.
During the regular season last year, the Wolves and the London Jr. Knights were 1a and 1b in the league. Led on the blue line for Nate Schnarr and the scoring prowess of Sullivan Sparkes, Waterloo compiled 55 points and lost just three games in three series of playdowns. Despite the fact their Major Bantam team won it all, there was still a fair amount of turnover for the Wolves.