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Sarnia Sting Draft Pick Recap

 

The Sting had a very sucessful day at the OHL Priority Selection that took place on Saturday May 7. This is a recap of all of the Sting’s picks with information on all the players.

 

1st Round 4th Overall

Ryan Kujawinski

 

Pos: Centre Ht: 6.00 Wt: 175 DOB: 03/30/1995

Sudbury Minor Midget Wolves

GP: 24 G: 35 A: 21 PTS: 56 PIM: 24

Scouting Report: Kujawinski is an offensive minded forward that possesses
some natural ability and physical tools. He possesses size, a very
good stick and he can skate. Once he is up to full stride he displays some
speed and deceptive quickness to stay on the play, and he always seems
to be around the puck. He is at his best when he has the puck on his stick
and handles it with a ton of confidence. He loves to attack on the rush and
isnt afraid to attack one on one. He started to use his linemates more effectively
as the season progressed.

 

2nd Round 26th Overall

Anthony DeAngelo

Pos: Defence Ht: 5.11 Wt: 160 DOB: 10/24/1995

Cedar Rapids RoughRiders, USHL

GP: 28 G: 1 A: 14 PTS: 15 PIM: 19 

Rich Michalowski, The Scouting Report

“In my opinion, the first star of the game.  If you did not have a roster, you would never have thought this kid was 14 years old.  Everything was at a high level especially his poise and confidence.  All physical skills were top-notch….quick hands, powerful skater with quick first step acceleration, vision and awareness to make the right play and the ability to shoot the puck.  DeAngelo played very strong positional defense and found himself on the ice in key situations.  DeAngelo was never intimidated and showed heart and determination that set himself apart from most players on the ice that day.  He made a great play to score…he saw a Cedar Rapids winger Sam Warning take the puck wide 1 on 2,  burst down the middle of the ice and as he was beating the second Youngstown defender to the net, called for the puck.  Warning made a nice saucer pass that DeAngelo easily handled to complete the play and put it past Youngstown netminder Matt O’Connor.  I don’t know who the other 2014 top players are, but I can’t imagine many more better at this point than DeAngelo.”

 

3st Round 54th Overall

Davis Brown

Pos: Left Wing Ht: 5.08 Wt: 180 DOB: 01/07/1995

Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs

GP: 65 G: 71 A: 42 PTS: 113 PIM: 58

 

Scouting report from Dan Sallows

As the 2011 OHL Priority Selection approaches, the name Davis Brown has to be on the minds of numerous scouts. The 5-foot-9, 180-pound forward has been lights out so far this season, scoring an incredible 64 goals and 92 points in 55 games for his minor midget Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs.

The 15-year-old has also suited up for the OJHL’s Strathroy Rockets, putting up a goal and an assist in 4 games. Last season, He racked up an impressive 16 goals and 42 points in 41 games as an underage midget with the London Jr Knights AAA squad, and faired very well in an Under 16 Prospect tourney.

Brown is a pure goal scorer, that is very dangerous from the blueline in. He has decent wheels, protects the puck well, an excellent, very accurate shot, underrated playmaking ability, a good compete level, and is able to score on a consistent basis. He has the skill set and talent to be a big time contributer at the next level.

Brown simply has Brett Hull-type sniper potential, that should have him on numerous Ontario Hockey League teams radar, and make him a sure bet to go in the first round.

 

4st Round 66th Overall

Braxton Andrews

 

Pos: Defence Ht: 6.00 Wt: 185 DOB: 06/28/1995

Toronto Marlboros

GP: 68 G: 6 A: 20 PTS: 26 PIM: 52

 

From Top Shelf Scouting

Braxton has received the five-year pin as a member of the Toronto Marlboros. This year with the Minor Midgets, Braxton is an Assistant Captain. Recently, he was a member of the champion Toronto Titans at the International MM Prospect Tournament He was a member of the 2008/09 GTHL champion Minor Bantams and was also the Captain of that team. In 2007/08, he was awarded the Frank J. Selke trophy. Braxton is an above average student who will graduate in 2012. He is also a proficient golfer and was a member of the his schools’ championship team.

 

4th Round 68th Overall

Daniel Nikandrov

 

Pos: Left Wing Ht: 6.01 Wt: 170 DOB: 02/03/1995

Markham Majors

GP: 59 G: 32 A: 34 PTS: 66 PIM: 32

 

5th Round 90th Overall

Thomas Welsh

 

Pos: Defence Ht: 6.00 Wt: 170 DOB: 02/01/1995

Salisbury Prep

GP: 15 G: 3 A: 6 PTS: 9 PIM: NA

 

8th Round 155th Overall

Michael Downing

 

Pos: Defence Ht: 6.02 Wt: 175 DOB: 05/19/1995

Detroit Catholic Central

GP: 22 G: 7 A: 15 PTS: 22 PIM: 8

 

8th Round 159th Overall

Matt Cimetta

 

Pos: Defence Ht: 5.10 Wt: 180 DOB: 05/09/1995

Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs

GP: 66 G: 24 A: 48 PTS: 72 PIM: 36

 

9th Round 166th Overall

Gunner Rivers

 

Pos: Goaltender Ht: 5.11 Wt: 145 DOB: 05/09/1995

Ottawa Jr. 67’s

GP: 31 GA: 78 AVG: 2.78 SO: 3

 

10th Round 186th Overall

Tyler Motte

 

Pos: Centre Ht: 5.10 Wt: 175 DOB: 03/10/1995

Detroit Honeybaked U16

GP: 80 G: 51 A: 48 PTS: 99 PIM: 44

 

11th Round 218th Overall

Billy Exell

 

Pos: Right Wing Ht: 5.09 Wt: 145 DOB: 10/04/1995

Thunder Bay Kings

GP: 56 G: 36 A: 21 PTS: 57 PIM: 34

 

12th Round 226th Overall

Mikey Soucier

 

Pos: Left Wing Ht: 5.07 Wt: 140 DOB: 02/11/1995

Mississauga Senators

GP: 37 G: 15 A: 23 PTS: 38 PIM: 18

 

12th Round 235th Overall

Justice Dundas

 

Pos: Left Wing Ht: 6.00 Wt: 190 DOB: 02/05/1994

Markham Majors

GP: NA G: NA A: NA PTS: NA PIM: NA

 

13th Round 246th Overall

Alex Talcott

 

 

Pos: Centre Ht: 5.11 Wt: 175 DOB: 02/26/1995

Detroit Honeybaked Midget

GP: 60 G: 11 A: 19 PTS: 30 PIM: 66

 

15th Round 286th Overall

Nicholas Sproviero

 

 

Pos: Centre Ht: 5.09 Wt: 160 DOB: 02/12/1995

St. Catherines Falcons

GP: 51 G: 14 A: 20 PTS: 34 PIM: 14

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