Conor Timmins has been climbing ISS Hockey’s rankings all season and is making his debut on the Top 31, jumping from #47 to #28. The 2014 OHL fourth round pick has been showing steady improvement all season and came into his own in the postseason prior to the Soo’s second round exit. Scouts are taking notice of the defenceman’s ability to battle hard, stay on the right side of the puck and make good offensive reads.
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