by David Dickenson
The 2013 Ontario Hockey League (OHL) Priority Selection is fast approaching and chaos seems to be the factor this season.
With a number of skilled players at the top of the class, a number of skilled Americans questionable to go the major junior route or stay in junior to keep their NCAA eligibility in tact and the recent announcement 15-year old stud defencemen Sean Day has received “exceptional player status” by Hockey Canada to enter the draft, everybody’s idea of how things will shake out has been thrown out the window.
From the start of the season, this season’s draft while expected to be full of talent, was going to be a crap-shoot at best with as many as 15 players expected to be in the mix for the first five draft selections at any point throughout the season.
Reports out of Ottawa, leading up to the draft indicate history will happen when the 67’s make their first overall selection, as for the first time, since the rule was implemented,