Braydon McCallum commits to Petes

Peterborough Petes


Peterborough Petes General Manager, Michael Oke, announced at a press conference hosted at Hybrid Sports on Thursday, July 28 that the team has signed 2022 fourth round, 69th overall OHL Priority Selection pick, Braydon McCallum, to a standard player agreement.

McCallum suited up for the Brantford 99ers U16 AAA during the 2021-22 season, where he recorded 22 goals and 26 assists for 48 points in 27 games. The 5’9”, 157 lbs Centre also picked up three assists in 4 games at the OHL Cup. 

Braydon is a Centre from Delhi, ON. His brother, Landon, currently plays in the OHL for the Sudbury Wolves. Scouts suggest that the brothers have a very similar style of play: highly skilled forwards that compete hard. Notable Petes alumni from Delhi include Geordie Kinnear (1991-’93) and Jassen Cullimore (1988-’92).

When asked about joining the Petes, McCallum said: “I am super excited to be drafted by Peterborough, it is a historical team and I can’t wait to start. “I can’t wait to live here, explore the city and experience it with my teammates.”

When asked about Braydon, Peterborough Petes GM, Mike Oke said: “Over the course of last season leading up to the draft, his skills and level of compete, game in and game out, were noticeable.”

To view the Facebook Live Stream of the Press Conference click here.

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