Aaron
Vickers
March 23, 2022

CHL releases results from Top Prospects Game sports combine testing

Matthew Savoie of the Winnipeg ICE topped all competitors at the CHL Top Prospects Game combine testing after being crowned the overall champion.

The Sport Testing Combine, conducted by the Okanagan Hockey Group, offered all 40 players the chance to showcase their individual strengths while gauging their fitness and skill levels among their peers for NHL management and scouts.

Savoie edged out Vinzenz Rohrer of the Ottawa 67s, David Goyette of the Sudbury Wolves, Isaiah George of the London Knights, and Kingston Frontenacs center Shane Wright — the projected No. 1 pick in the 2022 NHL Draft — to claim the honor. In all, Savoie ranked first in the Reaction with Puck, Transition Agility, Weave Agility With PUck, 30M Forward Skate with Puck, fourth in the 30M Forward Skate, and fifth in Weave Agility.

Here are the individual breakdowns:

Overall

1 – Matthew Savoie (Winnipeg ICE)
2 – Vinzenz Rohrer (Ottawa 67’s)
3 – David Goyette (Sudbury Wolves)
4 – Isaiah George (London Knights)
5 – Shane Wright (Kingston Frontenacs)

30M Forward Skate

1 – Noah Warren (Gatineau Olympiques) – 3.810 seconds
2 – Nathan Gaucher (Quebec Remparts) – 3.829 seconds
3 – Isaiah George (London Knights) – 3.848 seconds
4 – Matthew Savoie (Winnipeg ICE) – 3.886 seconds
5 – Shane Wright (Kingston Frontenacs) – 3.889 seconds

30M Forward Skate with Puck

1 – Matthew Savoie (Winnipeg ICE) – 3.422 seconds
2 – Maveric Lamoureux (Drummondville Voltigeurs) – 3.646 seconds
3 – Isaiah George (London Knights) – 3.903 seconds
4 – Jake Karabela (Guelph Storm) – 3.925 seconds
5 – Noah Warren (Gatineau Olympiques) – 3.944 seconds

30M Backward Skate

1 – Isaiah George (London Knights) – 4.476 seconds
2 – Ty Nelson (North Bay Battalion) – 4.557 seconds
3 – Kevin Korchinski (Seattle Thunderbirds) – 4.586 seconds
4 – Owen Beck (Mississauga Steelheads) – 4.618 seconds
5 – Jordan Gustafson (Seattle Thunderbirds) – 4.619 seconds

30M Backward Skate with Puck

1 – Isaiah George (London Knights) – 4.405 seconds
2 – Ty Nelson (North Bay Battalion) – 4.657 seconds
3 – Mats Lindgren (Kamloops Blazers) – 4.680 seconds
4 – Danny Zhilkin (Guelph Storm) – 4.714 seconds
5 – Paul Ludwinski (Kingston Frontenacs) – 4.723 seconds

Weave Agility

1 – Shane Wright (Kingston Frontenacs) – 10.421 seconds
2 – Vinzenz Rohrer (Ottawa 67’s) – 10.597 seconds
3 – Denton Mateychuk (Moose Jaw Warriors) – 10.729 seconds
4 – Danny Zhilkin (Guelph Storm) – 10.816 seconds
5 – Matthew Savoie (Winnipeg ICE) – 10.883 seconds

Weave Agility with Puck

1 – Matthew Savoie (Winnipeg ICE) – 11.036 seconds
2 – Vinzenz Rohrer (Ottawa 67’s) – 11.083 seconds
3 – Luca Del Bel Belluz (Mississauga Steelheads) – 11.133 seconds
4 – Shane Wright (Kingston Frontenacs) – 11.134 seconds
5 – David Goyette (Sudbury Wolves) – 11.225 seconds

Transition Agility

1 – Matthew Savoie (Winnipeg ICE) – 13.134 seconds
2 – Vinzenz Rohrer (Ottawa 67’s) – 13.196 seconds
3 – Owen Beck (Mississauga Steelheads) – 13.427 seconds
4 – David Goyette (Sudbury Wolves) – 13.485 seconds
5 – Shane Wright (Kingston Frontenacs) – 13.502 seconds

Transition Agility with Puck

1 – Shane Wright (Kingston Frontenacs) – 14.169 seconds
2 – Jorian Donovan (Hamilton Bulldogs) – 14.189 seconds
3 – Vinzenz Rohrer (Ottawa 67’s) – 14.304 seconds
4 – David Goyette (Sudbury Wolves) – 14.364 seconds
5 – Denton Mateychuk (Moose Jaw Warriors) – 13.382 seconds

Reaction

1 – Josh Filmon (Swift Current Broncos) – 9.184 seconds
2 – Kevin Korchinski (Seattle Thunderbirds) – 9.735 seconds
3 – David Goyette (Sudbury Wolves) – 9.739 seconds
4 – Ty Nelson (North Bay Battalion) – 9.756 seconds
5 – Conor Geekie (Winnipeg ICE) – 9.807 seconds

Reaction with Puck

1 – Matthew Savoie (Winnipeg ICE) – 9.455 seconds
2 – Danny Zhilkin (Guelph Storm) – 9.666 seconds
3 – Jorian Donovan (Hamilton Bulldogs) – 9.920 seconds
4 – Josh Filmon (Swift Current Broncos) – 9.935 seconds
5 – Ty Nelson (North Bay Battalion) – 9.948 seconds

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