A look at the local players recruited into the Ontario League on Saturday


Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, she did not have the same feeling as in other years, but nine teens from the Waterloo region will have the chance to play in the Ontario Hockey League.

Here is an overview of the local players who were drafted on Saturday:

  • 4th round (75th overall): The selected winger of Saginaw Spirit Evan Klein wolves of Waterloo
  • 4th round (76th overall): Defender Cedricson Okitundu went to attack Owen Sound. Was also a member of the Waterloo Wolves
  • 5th round (95th overall): Peterborough drafted the defender Stevie Leskovar Cambridge Hawks
  • 6th round (103rd overall): Defender Liam Eveleigh of the Waterloo Wolves was selected by the Sarnia Sting
  • 7th round (130th overall): The Barrie Colts took the goalie Nolan Chartrand Cambridge Hawks
  • 8th round (143rd overall): Goalkeeper of the Kitchener Jr. Rangers Dylan Grover was written by Sarnia Sting
  • 8th round (160th overall): Goalkeeper Colin McKenzie was selected by Ottawa. He played minor hockey with the Waterloo Wolves
  • 9th round (179th overall): Waterloo Wolves center Andy Reist was taken by the London Knights
  • 13th round (252nd overall: Guelph Storm left with winger Lucas Carson wolves of Waterloo

In the meantime, here is an overview of the players drafted by the Kitchener Rangers.


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