Six NAPHL players selected in OHL Priority Selection
April 9, 2019
The Ontario Hockey League (OHL) recently conducted the 2019 OHL Priority Selection for North American players born in 2003.
A total of 303 players, including six who played in the NAPHL this past season, were selected in the 15-round process from 94 different teams across Ontario and parts of the United States. The selected players included 174 forwards, 105 defensemen, and 24 goaltenders.
NAPHL players selected were:
Clint Levins, F, Florida Alliance 16U, Round 5, #94, North Bay Battalion
Alex Pineau, D, Thunder Bay Kings 16U, Round 8, #157, Sudbury Wolves
Alex Atwill, F, Thunder Bay Kings 16U, Round 8, #162, London Knights
Zak Kruszewski, D, Meijer AAA 16U, Round 9, #168, Windsor Spitfires
Donovan Powell, D, Meijer AAA 16U, Round 13, #244, Kingston Frontenacs
Sutter Muzzatti, F, Meijer AAA 15U, Round 13, #248, Windsor Spitfires
“Congratulations to all 303 players chosen in the 2019 OHL Priority Selection and for the hard work and dedication that brought you to this point,” said Darrell Woodley, Director of OHL Central Scouting. “This is an exciting day for everyone involved starting with the players and extending out to their families, friends, coaches and teammates that helped provide support along the way. The work continues from here as another new challenge lies ahead. It doesn’t matter what round you were picked in, it’s what you do on the ice that really counts. This motivation also applies to players not selected today who can still find opportunities for success in hockey with the right attitude and work ethic. Best of luck to all players in your continued efforts on the ice and in the classroom.”