So what's the big deal? Barrie is awful (8-30-2-2) and Behenna leads them in scoring by 12 points; meanwhile, most of the players in the top 20 play for strong clubs.
Behenna's rise in league scoring has occurred during a hot streak which dates back to mid-November: over the past 23 games Behenna has scored 17 goals and 20 assists for 37 points, a rate of 1.61 points per game.
Realistically, I can't see Colin getting drafted based on a combination of two huge factors:
- His size: 5'8", 157 lbs.
- Typically, a '91 birthday faces more scrutiny than most of the draft class, which is filled with late '92-born and '93-born players.