Christopher Caissie is to Soares and McKenzie that Bunting is to Matthews and Marner. Arguably Haltons most improved player over the course of the year, Caissie started the season off on the lower lines, before gradually working his way up to become a complimentary piece alongside the team's stars. This emergence saw Caissie finish the season with 30 regular season points (12G, 18A in 24 games), as well as an 8 point performance in the playoffs. Caissie is a very solid skater, which allows him to keep up with the best players in the SCTA, while using his physical game to create space for his teammates. Caissie utilizes his larger frame to finish his check and drive to the net hard, setting up a screen or moving guys around. With the 2022 OHL draft swiftly approaching, expect Caissie to go amongst the middle to higher rounds, where he will likely take a year or two to add some further bulk, which would make him even more effective in the OHL. Once he cracks a roster, Caissie could be deployed on the teams top 6 group as a complimentary piece, similar to a Bunting or Hyman, where he could work to create space for his linemates while getting into position to create offensive opportunities as well. The future seems bright for Cassie.