Andreas Athanasiou (C)
Grand Rapids Griffins
2013-14: Tied for fifth overall in OHL scoring with 95 points (49-46—95) in 66 games for Barrie…Ranked among OHL leaders with 49 goals (2nd), four shorthanded goals (T5th) and eight game-winning goals (T4th)…Paced the Colts in scoring and ranked first on the team in goals (49), second in assists (46) and second in plus/minus (plus-24)…Scored four goals and an assist, 12/19/13 vs. SAR…Posted his second four-goal game of the season, 1/18/14 vs. NIAG…Set a career-best seven-point game, notching five goals, two assists and a plus-four rating, 2/13/14 at NIAG…Scored a hat trick, 3/1/14 vs. OTT…Appeared in 11 playoff games with Barrie and collected 12 points (3-9—12)…Chipped in an assist during his professional debut with Grand Rapids, 4/18/14 vs. LE…Contributed a goal and assist in his second AHL game, 4/19/14 at LE…Notched one point (0-1—1) in six playoff appearances with the Griffins.
2012-13: Traded from the Knights to the Barrie Colts on 8/24/12 for a second-round pick in the 2013 OHL Priority Selection, a third-round pick in the 2014 OHL Priority Selection and a conditional second-round pick in the 2015 OHL Priority Selection…Exceeded his previous two-season point total (33-26—59) by producing 67 points (29-38—67) in 66 regular season games with Barrie…Ranked among team leaders with 29 goals (3rd), 38 assists (4th), 67 points (4th), a plus-13 rating (7th) and averaged 1.02 points per-game…Notched his second career hat trick and picked up an assist, 10/11/12 vs. SAG…Helped lead the Colts to the OHL Championship, where the team dropped the series, 4-3, to London…Ranked third overall on Barrie in playoff scoring with 25 points (12-13—25) and a plus-six rating in 22 playoff appearances.
2011-12: Ranked eighth on the Knights in scoring with 37 points (22-15—37) in 63 regular season games…Ranked among team leaders with 22 goals (T5th) and a plus-22 rating (10th)…Collected five points (1-4—5) in 11 playoff games and a plus-seven rating en route to capturing the J. Ross Robertson Cup with London…Put up four goals in a single game, including a shorthanded tally and empty-net, power-play goal, 12/3/11 at OS…Posted a three-point performance with a goal and two assists, 1/6/12 at SBY…Enjoyed seven multi-point performances during the regular season…Helped London advance to the Memorial Cup Final and lost to the Shawinigan Cataractes, 2-1, in overtime.
2010-11: Tied for ninth in scoring on the OHL’s London Knights after accumulating 22 points (11-11—22) in 57 regular season games…Appeared in six playoff contests and went scoreless with a minus-one rating…Started his OHL career by scoring a goal in his debut, 10/2/10 at ER…Ran a three-game point streak from 10/30/10-11/5/10, tallying three goals and an assist, 10/30/10 vs. SAG…Put away two goals to earn his second multipoint performance of the season, 11/12/10 vs. BAR…Named to the OHL Second All-Rookie Team…Earned an U17 WHC Gold Medal with Canada Ontario, tallying two goals and three assists in five games…Named to the U17 WHC All-Star Team.