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2019 OHL Priority Selection Order of Selection

Ontario Hockey League

The 2019 OHL Priority Selection presented by Real Canadian Superstore takes place on Saturday April 6 commencing at 9:00 am and will include 302 picks across 15 rounds.

The first round order of selection is initially based on teams not making the playoffs followed by playoff teams selecting based on the inverse order of finish during the regular season based on points.

The full order of selection will be finalized on Friday April 5, 2019, at 3:00 pm.

2019 OHL Priority Selection Order of Selection:

(Regular Season points in brackets followed by the last player selected by the club at that position).

1. Kingston Frontenacs (30) – Drake Berehowsky (Kingston Raiders) 1988

2. Flint Firebirds (38) – Evan Vierling 2018

3. Erie Otters (56)* – Have never selected 3rd overall.

4. Barrie Colts (56) – Have never selected 4th overall.

5. Peterborough Petes (Compensatory pick) – Zach Gallant 2015

6. Windsor Spitfires (60) – Akim Aliu 2005

7. Sarnia Sting (63)** – Have never selected 7th overall.

8. Hamilton Bulldogs (63) – Matthew Strome 2015

9. North Bay Battalion (65) – Pacey Schlueting 2018

10. Owen Sound Attack (68) – Aidan Dudas 2016

11. Peterborough Petes (70) – Jordan Morrison 2002

12. Mississauga Steelheads (71) – Have never selected 12th overall.

13. Kitchener Rangers (72) – Grayson Ladd 2017

14. Guelph Storm (90) – Have never selected 14th overall.

15. Sudbury Wolves (91) – Adam Sturgeon 2000

16. Oshawa Generals (92) – Cliff Pu 2014

17. Niagara IceDogs (95) – Have never selected 17th overall.

18. Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (95)*** – Brock Beukeboom 2008

19. Saginaw Spirit (96) – Have never selected 19th overall.

20. London Knights (99) – Michael Zador 2007

21. Ottawa 67’s (106) – Have not selected 21st overall in past 29 years.

*Erie receives a more favourable draft position based on fewer regulation and overtime wins than Barrie.

**Sarnia receives a more favourable draft position based on fewer regulation and overtime wins than Hamilton.

***Sault Ste. Marie receives a more favourable draft position based on fewer points earned in head-to-head competition with Saginaw.

Peterborough also received a compensatory pick at the end of the second round (42nd overall) which now belongs to Owen Sound by way of a trade via Guelph.

 

 

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