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May
07
2019

Recap: Tri-City completes Phase II of 2019 USHL Draft

Posted 71 days ago ago by Kendall Grayson

Kearney, NE. – The United States Hockey League (USHL) held Phase II of its 2019 Draft on Tuesday. The Tri-City Storm selected eighteen players over the 25 rounds of the draft.

 

Phase II of the draft is open to players of all ages eligible to play junior hockey and are not currently protected by another USHL team.  Teams fill their roster to a total of 45 players on this date; this includes players that were previously on a team’s Affiliate List. The total number of players that a team will draft will vary depending on the number of Affiliate players a team may have.  All veteran roster players are automatically protected by their current team until July 10.

 

In total, Tri-City drafted nine forwards, seven defenseman, two goaltenders. The Storm drafted ten players Monday night in Phase I of the draft.

 

Round

Pick

Name

Position

Hometown

2nd

30th

John Lundy

Forward

Brooklyn, NY

4th

48th

Jack Lagerstrom

Defenseman

Edina, MN

4th

52nd

Trey Taylor

Defenseman

Vancouver, BC

5th

61st

Owen Murray

Defenseman

Decker, MB

5th

71st

Casey Severo

Forward

Pittsford, NY

8th

123rd

Nicholas Donato

Defenseman

Lake Forest, IL

9th

138th

Andrius Kulbis-Marino

Forward

Muthuen, MA

10th

139th

Cole Crusberg-Roseen

Defenseman

Stratham, NH

10th

142nd

Cole O’Hara

Forward

Richmond Hill, ON

10th

154th

Lleyton Roed

Forward

Hugo, MN

11th

169th

Daniel Allin

Goaltender

Edmonton, AB

12th

184th

Alec Cicero

Forward

Williamsville, NY

13th

199th

Matthew Gross

Forward

Las Vegas, NV

14th

203rd

Donte Lawson

Forward

Greenway, MN

15th

229th

Kerfalla Toure

Defenseman

Dorval, QC

16th

244th

Thomas Heaney

Goaltender

Oceanport, NJ

17th

259th

Christian Stevens

Forward

Brooklin, ON

18th

274th

Arthur Wang

Defenseman

Aurora, ON

 


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