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PART III – TOP 5

Peterborough: The Petes will likely loss most of their high-end talent (e.g., Korostelev, Denoble, Black, Wells, Ang (TRADED), Paquette and Osmanski). However, they have a high scoring OA M.Timms and two very good 99s (Z.Gallant and C. Fraser) returning should they decide to become sellers to add players/picks to a young team. The Petes return nine 00s that features three future stars in P. Gogolev, S. Der-Arguchintsev and D. Chisholm – with that in mind 2020 will be their window of opportunity.

Oshawa: With their sights set on hosting the 2018 Memorial Cup, the Generals were being re-built to win this year (eleven 98s and 97s). So heading into next season, Oshawa returns only two really good 99s (J.Studnicka and K.Keyser) and one decent OA in D.Commisso as their veteran core players. However, looking further ahead, Oshawa has two high-end 00s (A.McShane and N.Serron) plus W.Ennis (00) and N.Gross (00), two very good 01 (N.Wong and M.Brewer) – and a lot of draft picks. So come January 2019, the Generals will have to decide whether to buy or rebuild around an impressive group of 00s and 01s for a legit shot at a 2020 championship.
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