A good week for Adam Tambellini got even better when NHL Central Scouting released its midterm list on Tuesday, ranking the prospects for this summer's NHL Entry Draft.
Tambellini, who picked up seven points in his first two games in Surrey and was named BCHL Player of the Week, was ranked #62 among North American skaters, making him the highest ranked BCHLer on the list.
Joining Tambellini on the rankings for North American skaters were Powell River's Luke Ripley (64th), West Kelowna's David Pope (104th), Chilliwack's Cooper Rush (132nd), Prince George's Kevin Guiltinan (141st), Victoria's Nolan De Jong (150th), Vernon's Dexter Dancs (154th) and Merritt's Dane Birks (161st).
A pair of BCHL net minders were also ranked on the list of North American goaltenders -- Salmon Arm's Adam Clark (32nd) and Penticton's Chad Katunar (33rd).
To see the full list of North American skaters, click here.
To see the full list of North American goaltenders, click here.