: Won the Ontario Hockey League scoring title with 102 points (47g/55a) in 66 games for the Sudbury Wolves…Became the first Wolves player to win the scoring title since Mike Foligno in 1978-79…Headed into the season’s final day trailing Ottawa’s Tyler Toffoli by two points, and responded with a hat trick and an assist to win the Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy as the league’s top scorer…Named to the OHL’s First All-Star Team and was the runner-up for the Red Tilson Trophy, awarded to the league’s most outstanding player…Led the OHL with 18 power-play goals…Paced Sudbury in games (tied), goals, assists, points, game winning goals (5-tied), power-play tallies and short-handed goals (4-tied)…Recorded the second-longest point streak in the OHL during the 2011-12 season, tallying a point in 19 straight games from Jan. 27 to March 6 (17g/21a)…Skated in four postseason contests for the Wolves, recording three points (2g/1a).
: Combined for 82 points (36g/46a) in 63 games between Saginaw and Sudbury of the OHL…Earned 20 points (7g/13a) in 26 games with Saginaw before being traded to Sudbury, where he had 62 points (29g/33a) in 37 games…Ranked sixth in the league in power-play goals (15)…Led the Wolves in postseason scoring with 14 points (5g/9a) in eight games…Signed an entry-level contract with San Jose prior to the season on Sept. 18, 2010.
: Began his second OHL season with the Barrie Colts…Collected 20 points (7g/13a) in 19 games before being traded to Saginaw on Nov. 9…Recorded 32 points (13g/19a) in 48 games for the Spirit…Added two helpers (0g/2a) in six postseason contests…Represented Canada at the 2010 IIHF World Under-18 Championship in Belarus, earning two points (1g/1a) in six games.
Appeared in 67 games as a rookie for Barrie (OHL)…Finished fifth on the team with 43 points (10g/33a) and ranked second in plus/minus (+17)…Was Barrie’s third-leading scorer in the postseason with six points (3g/3a) in five games.
: Last name is pronounced s’gahr-BOH-suh.