The OJHL announced today the All-Star teams and a Wellington Duke was named to the first team.
Joining the Dukes this season out of the NOJHL, Brayden Stortz would continue his scoring exploits in the OJHL, leading the league in scoring for almost the entire year, before being passed by Jacome on the final night of the season. Stortz kicked-off his season with a 26 point September which saw him named the OJHL Bardown North-East Conference Player-of-the-Month; an award he would also win in January. First named to Team OJHL Coffey for the 2016 Eastern Canada Cup All-Star Challenge held in Cornwall, Stortz then notched a pair of points for the OJHL ’96 All-Star Team during a 6-4 loss in an exhibition contest versus Team Canada East as they prepared for the World Junior ‘A’ Challenge. He led the OJHL with 37 goals and 10 game-winning goals, finished second with 90 points and was a driving force behind the Dukes speciality teams units, registering 25 power play points and 5 shorthanded points