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2020 OHL Priority Selection Order of Selection

 

The 2020 OHL Priority Selection presented by Real Canadian Superstore takes place on Saturday, April 4th commencing at 9:00am and will include 300 picks across 15 rounds. Watch the first three rounds live on the OHL’s YouTube channel.

Given the cancellation of the 2019-20 OHL regular season, the order of Selection for the 2020 OHL Priority Selection is determined by inverse order of the standings at the 61-game mark of the 2019-20 OHL regular season schedule of games with those teams who would not have qualified for the playoffs at that time selecting ahead of teams in playoff positions.

The 15-round Order of Selection will be finalized on Friday at 3:00pm once the League’s trading period concludes.

2020 OHL Priority Selection Order of Selection:

(Regular Season points in brackets followed by the last player selected by the club at that position)

1. North Bay Battalion (38) – Jay Harrison 1998

2. Niagara IceDogs (42)* – Have never selected 2nd overall

3. Sarnia Sting (48) – Have never selected 3rd overall

4. Soo Greyhounds (56) – Jared McCann 2012

5. Kingston Frontenacs (42)* – Lawson Crouse 2013

6. Hamilton Bulldogs (56) – Have never selected 6th overall

7. Mississauga Steelheads (59) – Kirill Nizhnikov 2016

8. Erie Otters (61) – Brett Gibson 1996

9. Barrie Colts (62) – Steve Spade 2003

10. Owen Sound Attack (68)** – Deni Goure 2019

11. Sudbury Wolves (68)** – Michael Pezzetta 2014

12. Guelph Storm (72) – Garrett McFadden 2013

13. Oshawa Generals (73) – Have never selected 13th overall

14. Windsor Spitfires (76)*** – Have never selected 14th overall

15. Peterborough Petes (76)*** – Preston Mizzi 1997

16. Flint Firebirds (80) – Have never selected 16th overall

17. Kitchener Rangers (83) – Reid Valade 2018

18. Saginaw Spirit (85) – Have never selected 18th overall

19. London Knights (90) – Mitch Marner 2013

20. Ottawa 67’s (99) – Have never selected 20th overall (in the first round)

NOTES:
* – Kingston and Niagara are tied for 8th place in the Eastern Conference with 42 points. Based on the League’s tie-breaker procedure (most ROW wins, i.e. wins excluding shootouts), Kingston receives the higher position in the standings.

** – Sudbury and Owen Sound are tied with 68 points. Based on the League’s tie-breaker procedure (most ROW wins, i.e. wins excluding shootouts), Sudbury receives the higher position in the standings.

*** – Peterborough and Windsor are tied with 76 points. Based on the League’s tie-breaker procedure (most ROW wins, i.e. wins excluding shootouts), Peterborough receives the higher position in the standings.

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