Ottawa, Ontario – The Central Canada Hockey League Tier 2 is proud to announce that Carleton Place Jr Canadians forward, Ryland Mosley has won the CCHL2 Top Prospect Award.
Mosley, 18, is having a fantastic season with Carleton Place scoring 39 goals, 47 assists and 86 points this season. He started his career with the Ottawa Valley Titans Minor and Bantam AAA for the first two years of his minor hockey career between 2013-2015.
He was then drafted in the 2nd round, 14 overall by the Carleton Place Canadians and went on to play with the U18 hockey club with CP from 2015 to 2017. Last season, he won Most Valuable Player in Midget AAA. He collected 20 goals, 36 assists, 56 points in his 2nd year with U18 club.
Mosley has developed very well and is expected to come up to Tier 1 next year. The one thing he pointed out was the fact that having a close schedule gave him ways to improve with more practice.
“It’s got a lot better. We practice everyday with the Midget AAA team. Its improved a lot from our skating and everything from the start of the year,” said Mosley on his development.
Mosley is already committed to the University of Alabama-Huntville for the 2019-2020 season. He is expected to play CCHL Tier 1 with the Canadians in 2018-2019 season before heading to the NCAA.
Another thing to point out with his wonderful season was that Mosley had lots of chemistry with Reece Bolton throughout the season. They combined for 161 points together this year. The chemistry started in Midget AAA in their first season.
“We were really close, we’ve been playing with each other for a few years and our chemistry has gotten better within the years. It seems we’ve been able to find each other like every game and has been working well,” mentioned Mosley on his chemistry with Bolton.
Mosley collected 40 goals, 54 assists and 94 points in his two years with the U18 Carleton Place Canadians. It is Mosley’s second award in the last two years. He will look to get his team far into a playoff run within the upcoming week.
Mason Detre, CCHL2.