The Sudbury Wolves continue to build the pack introducing key acquisitions through the Priority Selection along with some new faces to the front office.
Leading the 2017 draft class is Whitby Wildcat standout Blake Murray who was the club’s only pick in the opening two rounds going seventh overall. Murray was one of the first 2017 prospects to announce his commitment in late April, followed a month later with the signing of third round pick Anthony Tabak. The forward from the Mississauga Senators won an OHL Gold Cup title in May with Team GTHL Red over Murray’s OMHA Black squad. The Wolves recently announced the commitment of sixth round goaltender Marshall Frappier who played junior last season with the Nepean Raiders.
Vice-President of Hockey Operations Rob Papineau has assumed the role of General Manager and has added Head Coach Cory Stillman who will be tasked with building a winner in the OHL’s Central Division.
Murray will represent the Wolves at Hockey Canada’s National Men’s Summer Under-17 Selection Camp in Calgary on July 22nd.
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