2018 OHL Priority Selection Recap
Oshawa,ON-The Oshawa Generals Hockey Club took part in the 2018 OHL Priority Selection presented by Real Canadian Superstore held this past Saturday, April 7th as we welcomed 15 new players to our organization. Over the 15 rounds, the Gens held 15 selections adding nine forwards, five defenceman and a goalie to their prospect pool.
The Generals organization is excited to welcome these new players and their families to the team and the City of Oshawa.
Below is a complete list of our 2018 Priority Selection players joining Gens Nation.
Round 1, 11th Overall
Previous Team: Vaughan Kings AAA
OHL Central Scouting says: Ty is a competitive player that would do almost anything to score a goal or win a hockey game. He is a good skater that can beat defenders wide and win loose puck battles all over the ice. He possesses a junior-level shot already. It's hard, accurate and he gets it on net very quickly. Tyler competes very hard each shift and isn't shy to battle against the bigger defender and usually comes out with the puck. He is a 'gamer' and the type of player you win with.
Round 2, 28th Overall
Previous Team: Toronto Jr. Canadiens
OHL Central Scouting says: Dylan is a big, skilled center that is a presence every time he is on the ice. He is a tall, lengthy skater that has deceiving speed in open ice. He has elite puck skills and is a threat whenever he has the puck on his stick. Dylan has good vision and makes the simple easy play when distributing the puck. He will challenge anyone offensively and isn't afraid to take it to the dirty areas to create offense for himself or his teammates. He has a high hockey sense and always seems to be in the right spot.
Round 3, 50th Overall
Previous Team: Sun County Panthers AAA
Round 3, 54th Overall
Previous Team: Don Mills Flyers AAA
Round 4, 64th Overall
Previous Team: Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs AAA
Round 6, 111th Overall
Previous Team: Wellington Dukes
Round 6, 117th Overall
Position: Right Wing
Previous Team: Salisbury Prep School
Round 7, 131st Overall
Previous Team: Windsor Zone AAA
Shut outs: 1
Round 9, 171st Overall
Position: Right Wing
Previous Team: Sudbury Wolves Minor Midget
Round 10, 183rd Overall
Previous Team: North Central Predators
Round 11, 211th Overall
Position: Left Wing
Previous Team: Detroit Little Caesars U18
Round 12, 231st Overall
Previous Team: North York Rangers AAA
Round 13, 251st Overall
Position: Centre/Left Wing
Previous Team: Detriot Little Caesars
Round 14, 271st Overall
Previous Team: Hamilton Huskies AAA
Round 15, 291st Overall
Position: Left Wing
Previous Team: Barrie Jr. Colts AAA
Fans can see the new Generals prospects for the first time as they take the ice at the Tribute Communities Centre for Orientation Camp April 21st/22nd. During the weekend, players will take part in two Red vs. White scrimmages Saturday, April 21st 3:30pm-5:30pm and Sunday, April 22nd 9:30am-11:30am.
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