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Seventeen former CSSHL athletes were selected on Day 2 of the NHL Draft

Seventeen former Canadian Sport School Hockey League student athletes were hand picked on Day 2 of the 2020 NHL Draft, for a record total of 21 alumni this year after four first round picks in day one. In the previous 10 drafts there have been a total of 37 student athletes selected.  

Tristen Robins was selected by the San Jose Sharks, Jack Finley and Gage Goncalves went to the Tampa Bay Lightning, Luke Prokop is headed to the Nashville Predators, Justin Sourdif and Michael Benning were selected by the Florida Panthers , Carter Savoie was called by the Edmonton Oilers, Dylan Garand went to the New York Rangers, Lukas Svejkovsky was drafted by the Pittsburgh Penguins, Ethan Edwards is headed to the New Jersey Devils, Alex Cotton was selected by the Detroit Red Wings, Bear Hughes will attend camp for the Washington Capitals, Matt Rempe was selected by the New York Rangers, Connor McClennon went to the Philadelphia Flyers, Ben McCartney was drafted by the Arizona Coyotes while Ethan Bowen was selected by the Anaheim Ducks. 

Robins, 18, was selected in the second round, 56th overall by the San Jose Sharks. The Brandon, MB native competed for the Rink Hockey Academy’s U18 Prep team during the 2017-18 season where he put up 54 points (20-34-54) in 31 regular season games. The five foot 10 forward also added six assists (0-6-6) in five games during the 2018 BDO CSSHL Championships. 

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Finley, 18, was drafted in the second round, 57th overall by the Tampa Bay Lightning. The Kelowna, BC product laced up for the Pursuit of Excellence in 2016-17 where he recorded 23 goals and 25 assists (23-25-48) in 27 regular season games. During the 2017 CSSHL Championships, the 2002 born forward added one goal and five assists (1-5-6) for the U15 Prep squad. 

Goncalves, 19, was selected in the second round, 62nd over all by the Tampa Bay Lightning. The Mission, BC product spent two seasons with the Yale Hockey Academy, most recently in the 2016-17 campaign where he recorded 13 points and 17 assists (13-17-30). The six foot forward added one assist (0-1-1) in three 2017 CSSHL Championship games. 

Prokop, 18, was selected in the third round, 73rd overall by the Nashville Predators. During the 2017-18 season, the Edmonton, Alta. native netted four goals and 16 assists (4-16-20) in 28 regular season games for the Northern Alberta Xtreme. The six foot four defenseman also put up one goal and seven assists (1-7-8) in five 2018 BDO CSSHL Championship games. 

Sourdif, 18, was selected in the third round, 87th overall by the Florida Panthers. During the 2016-17 season, the Surrey, BC born forward notched 32 goals and 34 assists (32-34-66) for the Delta Hockey Academy and added six points (4-2-6) during the 2017 CSSHL Championships. 

Benning, 18, was selected in the fourth round, 95th overall by the Florida Panthers. The St. Albert, AB product played for the Northern Alberta Xtreme’s U16 Prep squad in 2017-18 where he registered 14 goals and 35 assists (14-35-49) in 29 regular season. During the 2018 BDO CSSHL Championships, the 2002 born defenseman added three points (1-2-3) in four playoff games. 

Savoie, 18, was selected in the fourth round, 100th overall by the Edmonton Oilers. The St. Albert, AB product skated for the Northern Alberta Xtreme’s U16 Prep team in the 2017-18 season where he tallied 58 points (20-38-58) in 34 regular season games. In the 2018 BDO CSSHL Championships, Savoie scored two goals and set up six others (2-6-8) in five championship games. 

Garand, 18, was selected in the fourth round, 103rd overall by the New York Rangers. The Victoria, BC native attend the Delta Hockey Academy in 2017-18 where he had a 0.945 save percentage in 35 appearances. 

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Svejkovsky, 18, was selected in the fourth round, 108th overall by the Pittsburgh Penguins. The three year Delta Hockey Academy student athlete last suited up for the team in 2016-17 where he registered 17 goals and 27 assists (17-27-44) in 22 regular season games. In 73 career CSSHL games, the five foot 10 forward totalled 95 points, 30 goals and 65 assists (30-65-90). 

Edwards, 18, was selected in the fourth round, 120th overall by the New Jersey Devils. The St. Albert, Alta. product laced up for the Northern Alberta Xtreme in the 2018-19 season where he charted two goals and 23 assists (2-23-25) in 32 regular season games. The 2002 born defenseman added two points (1-1-2) in five 2019 BDO CSSHL Championship games. 

Cotton, 19, was selected in the fifth round, 132nd overall by the Detroit Red Wings. The Langley, BC native attended the Yale Hockey Academy for three seasons, most recently in 2017-18, where he tallied 11 goals and 43 assists (11-43-54) in 32 regular season games. The six foot two defenseman also produced three points (2-1-3) in the 2018 BDO CSSHL Championships. 

Hughes, 19, was selected in the fifth round, 148th overall by the Washington Capitals. The Coeur d’Alene, ID product attended the CDA Hockey Academy in 2017-18. 

Rempe, 18, was drafted in the sixth round, 165th overall for the New York Rangers. The 2002 born forward attended the Okanagan Hockey Academy for two seasons, most recently during the 2017-18 campaign where he scored 14 points (6-8-14) for the U16 Prep squad. In 68 career CSSHL games, the Calgary, Alta product registered seven goals and 14 assists (7-14-21).

McClennon, 18, was selected in the sixth round, 178th overall by the Philadelphia Flyers. During the 2017-18 season, the Wainwright, Alta. born defenseman banked 26 goals and 41 assists (26-41-67) for the Northern Alberta Xtremes U18 Prep squad. McClennon finished off the seasons by adding 11 points (4-7-11) in the 2018 BDO CSSHL Championships. 

McCartney, 19, was selected in the seventh round, 204th overall by the Arizona Coyotes. The Portage, MB native spent two seasons in the CSSHL where he represented Okanagan Hockey Academy. During his most recent season, 2016-17, the six foot forward scored 27 goals and 24 assists (27-24-51) in 9 regular season games. McCartney added one goal and one assist (1-1-2) in three 2017 CSSHL Championships. 

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Bowen, 18, was selected in the seventh round, 204th overall by the Anaheim Ducks. The Chilliwack, BC product attended the Yale Hockey Academy’s U15 Prep team in 2016-17 where he banked 33 goals and 29 assists in 29 regular season games. The six foot one center added five points in the 2017 CSSHL Championships, scoring four goals and one assist (4-1-5).