2015-16 Rookies Most Productive in Last 10 Years

The Sudbury Wolves have enjoyed having some successful seasons with rookie scoring production in the past, but, in the last 10 years, the 2015-16 season ranks as the most productive season in rookie scoring, thanks primarily to: Dmitry Sokolov, Alan Lyszczarczyk and David Levin.

The Sudbury Wolves future is extremely bright with the return of some highly-skilled returning players as well as some top prospects currently in¬†the Wolves’ development system such as Shane Bulitka, who led the¬†Strathroy Rockets Jr team in scoring this season at only 16-years-of-age.

Owen Lane, 16, continues to play for the Kitchener Dutchmen Jr team in the second round of the GOJHL play-offs and the young Kitchener native continues to be one of the leading goal-scorers on the Dutchmen this season.


1. 2015-16 SEASON 154*
2. 2007-08 132
3. 2012-13 112
4. 2010-11 97
5. 2011-12 87
6. 2008-09 71
7. 2006-07 59
8. 2014-15 51
9. 2009-10 27
10. 2013-14 11

*Sokolov 52
Lyszczarczyk 50
Levin 30
Carson 11
Garagan 7
Bastasin 2
Romero 1
Ali 1

Note: Ryan Valentini was a first-year OHL player as well, but, at 18-years-of-age, Valentini doesn’t qualify for OHL rookie scoring – therefore his points aren’t included in the overall team rookie scoring totals.

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