Top Three Picks from 2019 Draft Class Commit to Sting as Nolan Dann Signs Standard Player Agreement

SARNIA, ON. The Sarnia Sting have now received a commitment from their top three picks in the 2019 Ontario Hockey Priority Selection as speedy forward Nolan Dann signs a Standard Player Agreement with the Club.

Sarnia Sting General Manager Nick Sinclair announced today that 2019 fourth round selection (68th overall) Nolan Dann has committed to the Sting.

The Cambridge, ON native played his minor midget season with the 2019 OHL Cup Finalist Toronto Red Wings, which saw him post an impressive 65 points (27 goals, 38 assists) in 72 games played. Dann and the Wings had an impressive OHL Cup tournament that saw them face off in the finals against first overall OHL selection Shane Wright and the powerful Don Mills Flyers, however fell short in a dramatic 6-5 overtime decision. The Newly signed member of the Sting posted 6 points in the 7 tournament games played.


Dann also participated as a member team GTHL Blue which captured the OHL Gold Cup back in April.

“Nolan is a competitive young man, who plays with a lot of passion. He is a versatile player with good speed and has a natural willingness to go to the dirty areas of the ice. These are exciting elements to his game that Sting fans will come to appreciate.” Comments Sinclair on today’s signing.  “We look forward to working with Nolan as he continues to develop and welcome him to the Sarnia Sting Organization.

You can see the newest Sting signing along with current and potential players to don the black and yellow when Training Camp 2019 opens at the Progressive Auto Sales Arena this August. Details to be released later.

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