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Lalama and Dvurechenskii commit to Colts

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Barrie, ON – Barrie Colts General Manager & Head Scout Jason Ford announced today that the team has signed Matteo Lalama and Vladislav Dvurechenskii.

Goaltender Matteo Lalama is 17-years-old and played last season with the Niagara North Stars Midgets. Lalama started this season with the Collingwood Colts in the OJHL and is off to a 2-0 start. He currently holds a .909 save percentage and a 2.50-goals-against average with Collingwood. The native of St. Catharines was selected in the first round (4th overall) of the 2019 OHL U18 Priority Selection.

Also signing is 6-foot-4 forward Vladislav Dvurechenskii. The 16-year-old spent last season with the North York Rangers Minor Midgets. The Toronto native was drafted in the fifth round of the 2019 OHL Priority Selection.

Dvurechenskii will be making his debut for the Colts tonight while Lalama will be backing up in net for tonight’s pre-season game against the Niagara IceDogs.

“The Barrie Colts welcome Matteo and Vladislav to the family,” said Ford. “We are very happy they committed to Ontario Hockey League contracts, and we are looking forward to seeing them get into their first game action this weekend.”

“Matteo is a competitive goalie that is really improving as he gets older, stronger and sees more higher caliber shots. He had an excellent training camp and we are excited to add him to our goaltending depth. Vlad is a powerful kid for his age. He skates well, has pretty good hands and a strong shot. For a player his size, he has a lot of good attributes that will help him become an impact player along the way.”

For more information visit barriecolts.com.

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