6 Wolves Drafted in OHL Priority Selection, News (Waterloo Minor Hockey)

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6 Wolves Drafted in OHL Priority Selection
Submitted By WMHA on Sunday, April 5, 2020
A total of six (6) Waterloo Wolves players were drafted over the weekend in the 2020 OHL Priority Selection!

The Wolves have had over forty (40) players drafted to the OHL in the past 6 seasons!

CONGRATULATIONS to the following players and their families on this tremendous accomplishment:

Evan Klein 4th Round (75th Overall) - Saginaw Spirit 
Cedricson Okitundu 4th Round (76th Overall) - Owen Sound Attack 
Liam Eveleigh 6th Round (103rd Overall) - Sarnia Sting 
Colin McKenzie 8th Round (160th Overall) - Ottawa 67s 
Andy Reist 9th Round (179th Overall) - London Knights 
Lucas Carson 13th Round (252nd Overall) - Guelph Storm

CONGRATULATIONS BOYS!  Once a Wolf, Always a Wolf!
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