January 19, 2024

Captains named for the 2024 CHL Top Prospects Game

Berkly Catton and Sam Dickinson will have a little bit of added responsibility at the 2024 CHL Top Prospects Game.

Catton, a standout with the Spokane Chiefs, and Dickinson, a top player for the London Knights, will serve as captains of Team White and Team Red respectively at the Top Prospects Game in Moncton, NB on Wednesday, January 24.

Dickinson, who was an assistant for Canada at the 2023 Hlinka Gretzky Cup, has 41 points (13 goals, 28 assists) in 41 games with London in the Ontario Hockey League this season, and Catton, Canada’s captain at the Hlinka, has 64 points (27 goals, 37 assists) in 39 games for Spokane in the Western Hockey League.

Each are projected top-10 picks in the 2024 NHL Draft.

Rosters for the CHL Top Prospects Game, announced back in December, were selected by the NHL’s 32 member clubs.

Here’s who will join Catton and Dickinson at the Top Prospects Game:


GOALTENDERSDawson Cowan, Spokane (WHL); Carter George, Owen Sound (OHL).

DEFENSEMEN:  Lukas Fischer, Sarnia (OHL), Spencer Gill, Rimouski (QMJHL); Tomas Lavoie, Cape Breton (QMJHL); Luca Marrelli, Oshawa (OHL); Henry Mews, Ottawa (OHL); Carter Yakemchuk, Calgary (WHL).

FORWARDS:  Berkly Catton, Spokane (WHL); Maximilian Curran, Tri-City (WHL); Gabriel Frasca, Kingston (OHL); Liam Greentree, Windsor (OHL); Tij Iginla, Kelowna (WHL);  Jett Luchanko, Guelph (OHL); Luke Misa, Mississauga (OHL); Sam O’Reilly, London (OHL); Terik Parascak, Prince George (WHL); Beckett Sennecke, Oshawa (OHL); Kieron Walton, Sudbury (OHL); Carson Wetsch, Calgary (WHL).


GOALTENDERS: Ryerson Leenders, Mississauga (OHL); Lukas Matecha, Tri-City (WHL).

DEFENSEMEN: Harrison Brunicke, Kamloops (WHL); Ben Danford, Oshawa (OHL); Sam Dickinson, London (OHL); Charlie Elick, Brandon (WHL); Zayne Parekh, Saginaw (OHL); Colton Roberts, Vancouver (WHL).

FORWARDS: Andrew Basha, Medicine Hat (WHL); Cole Beaudoin, Barrie (OHL); Raoul Boilard, Baie-Comeau (QMJHL); Tanner Howe, Regina (WHL); Adam Jecho, Edmonton (WHL); Ollie Josephson, Red Deer (WHL); Cayden Lindstrom, Medicine Hat (WHL); Maxim Masse, Chicoutimi (QMJHL); Julius Miettinen, Everett (WHL); Ethan Procyszyn, North Bay (OHL); Ryder Ritchie, Prince Albert (WHL); Marek Vanacker, Brantford (OHL).

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