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Islanders 2013 Draft Central - Bo Horvat and Ryan Hartman

by Greg Picker / New York Islanders
Winning back-to-back Ontario Hockey League Championships was quite the way for Bo Horvat to begin his junior career. This season, Horvat was instrumental in the team’s OHL title, finishing with 23 points in 21 playoff games, scoring the game-winning goal with 0.1 seconds remaining in Game 7. Horvat was named OHL playoff MVP and the Memorial Cup’s Most Sportsmanlike Player. During the Memorial Cup, which crowns the Canadian Hockey League Champion, Horvat finished with five points (two goals, three assists) and zero penalty minutes in five games.
Pos. C Shoots L
Ht. 6'0" Born 5/4/1995
Wt. 206 Hometown Rodney, ON
Bo Horvat

London Knights, OHL
2012-13 GP G A P PIM
London 67 33 28 61 29
Trent Klatt, Islanders Player Development
Bo Horvat is a two–way player that has a very high level of hockey sense. He really understands the game well intellectually. Horvat gives his team responsible minutes and plays all over the ice.
As a rookie this past season, Ryan Hartman finished second on the Plymouth Whalers in scoring with 60 points (23 goals, 37 assists). His arrival to Plymouth helped the team advance to the OHL’s Western Conference Finals before bowing out to the eventual champion London Knights. Hartman is also not afraid to drop the gloves, leading Plymouth with 120 penalty minutes this past season. On the international stage, Hartman put together a sold performance, tallying three points (two goals, one assist), as Team USA won Gold at the World Junior Championship.
Pos. RW Shoots R
Ht. 5'11" Born 9/20/1994
Wt. 185 Hometown Hilton Head Island, SC
Ryan Hartman
Plymouth Whalers, OHL
2012-13 GP G A P PIM
Plymouth 56 23 37 60 120
Trent Klatt, Islanders Player Development
Ryan Hartman is an edgy player who has the ability to get under opponents' skin, yet he still plays the game and is effective. While he is smaller in size and stature, he certainly makes up for it with effort and attitude.
Ryan Strome, Islanders forward
Drafted: 2011, NY Islanders (1st round, 5th overall)
“It’s a huge day in your life and it’s a day you’ll never forget. You have to enjoy everything you can because the moment doesn’t last too long.”
Each day of the week leading up to the draft, will break down prospects from different leagues.

Monday: Europe
Tuesday: NCAA/USHL
Wednesday: Quebec Major Junior Hockey League
Thursday: Ontario Hockey League
Friday: Western Hockey League
Click here for the 2013 Draft Central archive.
Bo Horvat and Ryan Hartman are the No. 5 and 6 ranked skaters coming out of the Ontario Hockey League for the 2013 NHL Draft.
1.  Colorado Avalanche
2.  Florida Panthers
3.  Tampa Bay Lightning
4.  Nashville Predators
5.  Carolina Hurricanes
6.  Calgary Flames
7.  Edmonton Oilers
8.  Buffalo Sabres
9.  New Jersey Devils
10. Dallas Stars
11. Philadelphia Flyers
12. Phoenix Coyotes
13. Winnipeg Jets
14. Columbus Blue Jackets
15. New York Islanders
Round 1: 15th overall
Round 3: 75th overall
Round 4: 105th overall
Round 5: 135th overall
Round 6: 165th overall
Round 7: 195th overall
1993 New York Islanders Draft Picks
Todd Bertuzzi (1st round, 23rd overall)
Bryan McCabe (2nd round, 40th overall)
Vladimir Chebaturkin (3rd round, 66th overall)
Warren Luhning (4th round, 92nd overall)
Tommy Salo (5th round, 118th overall)
Peter LeBoutillier (6th round, 144th overall)
Darren Van Impe (7th round, 170th overall)
Rod Hinks (8th round, 196th overall)
Daniel Johansson (9th round, 222nd overall)
Stephane Larocque (10th round, 248th overall)
Carl Charland (11th round, 274th overall)

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