Fourteen Minor Midgets selected in 2014 OHL Draft, News (Hamilton Jr Bulldogs)

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Fourteen Minor Midgets selected in 2014 OHL Draft
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Fourteen of the Hamilton Jr Bulldog Minor Midget team were among those drafted in the 2014 OHL Priority Selection draft. It was a remarkable number, made all the more impressive considering no previous Bulldogs team has ever had more than eight players taken.

Click here to read more courtesy of thespec.ca.

Click here to read more about forward Brandon Saigeon, selected fourth overall by the Belleville Bulls at the 2014 OHL draft Saturday.

Brandon Saigeon - Belleville Bulls [4th]
Matthew Timms - Peterborough Petes [22nd]
Nicholas Caamano - Plymouth Whalers [27th]
Trenton Bourque - Sudbury Wolves [51st]
Jacob Buch - London Knights [95th]
Jonathon Schaefer - Niagara IceDogs [114th]
Mitchell Rooney - Kitchener Rangers [122th]
Riley MacRae - Erie Otters [130th]
Owen Burnell - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds [133rd]
Griffin Roubos - Peterborough Petes [149th]
Dawson Shackelton - Oshawa Generals [156th]
Joseph Murdaca - Saginaw Spirit [190th]
Brendan D'Agostino - North Bay Batallion [274th]
Jonah Capriotti - Kitchener Rangers [282nd]

It started quickly when forward Brandon Saigeon went fourth overall to the Belleville Bulls.

Defenceman Matt Timms was chosen by the Peterborough Petes with the second pick in the second round, followed by Ancaster's Nicholas Caamano five picks later. He went to the Plymouth Whalers.

Defenceman Trenton Bourque got the call in the third round when the Sudbury Wolves took him with the 51{+s}t overall pick. Centre Jacob Buch went to the London Knights in the fifth round (95 overall), defenceman Jonathon Shaefer went to the Niagara Ice Dogs in the sixth (114), left winger Mitchell Rooney went to the Kitchener Rangers in the seventh (122), the same round left winger Riley MacRae went to the Erie Otters (130) The eighth round saw defenceman Griffin Roubos hear his name called by the Guelph Storm (140) and defenceman Dawson Shackelton (156) get selected by the Oshawa Generals.

Then in the 10th round, goaltender Joseph Murdaca (190) was picked up by the Saginaw Spirit. Followed in the 14th by centre Brendan D'Agostino (274) who was claimed by the North Bay Battalion. And then goalie Jonah Capriotti in the 15th, who was selected by Kitchener.                             




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