A crucial part of the Senators’ OHL cup championship win, forward Quinten Lisle was able to pot 6 points during a 7 game span for his team. Since then, Lisle has joined the Georgetown Raiders of the OJHL, where he has put up 1 point in as many games. Lisle, who tends to compare himself to fellow winger Josh Anderson, plays a hard working and energetic style of game. One of his greatest attributes is his physical game, which he uses to push his opponents around like a proper power forward. Lisle is also a rather opportunistic player who can pounce on chances, making him the ideal type of player to have when you’re trying to make something happen or simply try and force a play that can result in some scrappy scoring. His ability to be opportunistic will make him a very valuable player at the draft, as teams will want a guy who can capitalize on his chances and generate some offense through his size and energy. At the OHL level, expect Lisle to stay as more of a similar player to what he is now, a hard working, hard hitting power forward, who can drive the play and force the opponents to make mistakes. This style of play would make Lisle right at home as more of a bottom 6 checking forward, however he could easily jump up in the lineup as well.