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Old 04-02-2019, 03:34 PM
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thescout.ca has the IceDogs selecting...

17. Niagara Ice Dogs – Stuart Rolofs, LW, Kanata Lasers

The Dogs could use some help on the wing and they won’t find a better one here than Rolofs who is a big body with playmaking smarts and lethal finishing.



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17th Overall: Niagara IceDogs - Paul Christopoulos – D, Don Mills Flyers (GTHL)

Having iced one of the most experienced — and oldest — blue lines in the OHL during the 2018-19 season, the time has come for the Niagara IceDogs to add an incredibly promising young defender to their current roster. And, perhaps no one fits this description better than Paul Christopoulos — a key member of the Don Mills Flyers’ success this past season whose play improved drastically over the course of the GTHL season.

Boasting size, smarts, and skill, Christopoulos is a tremendous two-way defenceman who can influence the outcome of any given game at both ends of the ice. Defensively, Christopoulos is sound and composed in his efforts and routinely diffuses high-percentage plays devised by his opposition. Once in control of the puck, Christopoulos can fire crisp outlet passes to his teammates and loves in on the attack from his perch on the blue line. Owing to his excellent vision, Christopoulos can play-make in the attacking zone with ease before firing his hard and heavy shot on-goal. In short, nabbing Christopoulos would insert a stellar minute-munching defender into the IceDogs’ lineup for years to come.



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17. Niagara IceDogs - Artem Guryev - Toronto Marlboros - Defense

After dealing two top shelf younger defenders this year in Billy Constantinou and Lleyton Moore, I feel pretty confident that Niagara will look to add to their blueline with this selection now that they have been given it back. Originally thought to be forfeited due to a player recruitment violation, the OHL recently awarded it back to Niagara, lessening the sanctions. Could also see guys like Jack Matier or Paul Christoplous here, but Niagara opts for the Russian rock in Guryev. His size and physicality should play immediately in his own end. While his offensive potential is still a bit of an unknown, his solid instincts at both ends and his size/mobility combination make him a good bet to be a solid OHL defender. (Brock Otten)


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Whoever you think the Ice Dogs will take, subtract a minimum of four inches. I really think they need strong defense.
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Deep Thoughts with Mark Seidel: Players to watch in the OHL draft
https://www.thesudburystar.com/sport...-the-ohl-draft

I few other names popped up on this list.
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We need size for sure I think defense is the way to go first.
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Dogs just made a monster trade with London....

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We need size for sure I think defense is the way to go first.
Draft the best player available regardless of position. There will be holes all over this line-up next year.
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so we get the second last player picked at draft 301
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may we can find another Blake Siebenaler
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so we get the second last player picked at draft 301
The trade appears to make little sense, unless the IceDogs needed that extra selection, to make a goodwill selection?
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With such a high number of players using an NCAA Commitments prior to this draft, it is almost impossible to predict (or mock draft) the 2019 OHL Priority Draft, especially the IceDogs' selection at #17.

The numbers of players with NCAA commitments has increased substantially over the last few years – and has reached an all-time high this year. According to thescout.ca, 9 of the top 20 players (45%) and 14 of the top 30 (46%), 21 of the top 50 (42%) have NCAA commitments heading into the draft.

Under these circumstances, the OHL Priority Draft is by far the most difficult to conduct in any sport.



Link to the OHL Priority Selection Preview Guide
http://ohl-network.s3.amazonaws.com/...ide-2019-1.pdf
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