- Zemgus Girgensons took my applause and vaulted his game to entirely new level: as a '94-born in a league full of '90s and '91s, he finished the year 3rd in team scoring and 19th overall in the USHL.
- The Rupert twins jumped up within the London Knights' depth charts. Since I posted about them, Ryan scored at a 62-point pace while brother Matt did so at a 32-point pace - numbers that would have placed them at 3rd and 7th in team scoring.
- Colin Behenna of the Barrie Colts cooled down slightly, but his pace was still good enough to finish tied for 10th in the OHL scoring race.
- Even though his overall pace dropped off, Etienne Brodeur counts as a hit after posting 15 goals in 21 games after my post. He finished the season 9th in Q scoring and led the league in goals by 6 over Philip-Michaël Devos, winner of the league scoring title.
- Tyler Maxwell completely fell apart after my post, scoring at a pace less than half of what he was producing at the time I highlighted him.
- Malcolm Subban didn't have much of a team in front of him this year, but he started getting lit up after taking on a role as the team's 1A goalie. Thankfully he was still able to make Team Canada's U18 team and ended up starting for them.
|C||Colin Behenna||OHL||Barrie Colts||Time of Post||41||22||35||57||12||1.390|
|LW||Tyler Maxwell||WHL||Everett Silvertips||Time of Post||41||29||22||51||36||1.244|
|LW||Etienne Brodeur||QMJHL||Lewiston MAINEacs||Time of Post||47||38||24||62||47||1.319|
|W||Zemgus Girgensons||USHL||Dubuque Fighting Saints||Time of Post||27||12||10||22||16||0.815|
|F||Nathan Walker||CZE-U20||HC Vitkovice||Final||35||20||20||40||20||1.143|
|C||Ryan Rupert||OHL||London Knights||Time of Post||15||1||4||5||4||0.333|
|LW||Matt Rupert||OHL||London Knights||Time of Post||5||0||0||0||2||0.000|
|G||Malcolm Subban||OHL||Belleville Bulls||Time of Post||17||5||2.77||475||0.912||0|