Kujawinski’s weekend earns OHL honours
If Ryan Kujawinski thought he’d fly under the radar to start his draft season, he thought wrong.
The towering Kingston Frontenacs centre was named the OHL’s Player of the Week following a big weekend that saw him score twice and add three assists for five in two games. The Frontenacs won both games helping them remain the only undefeated team in the Ontario Hockey League.
The six-foot-two, 205-pound forward has just begun to scratch the surface according to Future Considerations scouting director Dan Stewart.
“Kujawinski is a still raw talent who holds a really high pro potential as well,” Stewart said. “(He) could be one of those prospects that, if he reaches his full potential, maybe three or four years after they are drafted, we all look back and wonder why he was not grabbed up sooner.”
Kujawinski’s talent has been clear from the onset of the season, slotted 21st in Future Considerations September ranking for the 2013 NHL Draft.
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