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Zboril put together a strong close to his 2014-15 campaign, his first in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, amassing four goals and seven points in seven games. He recorded points in his final five regular season games, before extending that streak to six in the first round of the playoffs. Through three postseason skates in March, Zboril recorded two assists.
” Zboril has been a welcome addition to for the Sea Dogs lineup, contributing in all zones and giving his team a real boost,” Future Considerations scouting director Dan Stewart said. “Zboril plays a complete game that is reliant on his smooth skating, high-end senses and powerful shot to contribute.”
The Brno, Czech Republic native finished the regular season with 13 goals and 33 points in 44 games.
Zboril is 26th in Future Considerations’ ranking for the 2015 NHL Draft.
Also considered for the award was Mitchell Vande Sompel of the Oshawa Generals, who had two goals and eight points to close out his regular season and added a goal and an assist through three playoff games.
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MARCH — Jakub Zboril — Saint John Sea Dogs
FEBRUARY — Rasmus Andersson — Barrie Colts
JANUARY — Noah Juulsen — Everett Silvertips
DECEMBER — Ivan Provorov — Team Russia
NOVEMBER — Nicolas Meloche — Baie-Comeau Drakkar
OCTOBER — Ivan Provorov — Brandon Wheat Kings
SEPTEMBER — Ryan Pilon — Brandon Wheat Kings