Dalibor Dvorsky has continued to shine in the Ontario Hockey League.

The St. Louis Blues' 10th overall pick in the 2023 NHL Draft scored his 40th goal of the season for the Sudbury Wolves on Saturday night.

Dvorsky's goal was part of a 7-4 win over the Barrie Colts. The goal was on an empty net, but it was just the cherry on top of a 5-point night from the 18-year-old. That game was Dvorsky's second this season with five or more points.

The Slovakian forward missed Sudbury's first 16 games, but he wasted no time getting acclimated. Playing alongside San Jose prospect Quentin Musty and Seattle prospect David Goyette, Dvorsky has put up points in bunches. He averages the third-most points per game in the OHL (1.67). In fact, Dvorsky has more games with at least three points (11) than he has games without any (7).

Dvorsky's scoring puts him in rare company. Excluding goalies, the Blues have 12 players on their current roster that have played for a Canadian junior team, and only one other broke the 40-goal plateau - Zack Bolduc, who did so twice.

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