Guelph Storm forward Nate Schnarr, was selected in the 3rd Round (75th Overall) of the 2017 NHL Entry Draft by the Arizona Coyotes.
The Waterloo, Ontario native put together a strong rookie campaign ranked fourth in team goal scoring, compiling 18 goals along with 18 assists for 36 points. The six-foot-three, 180-pound centre was selected to Team Orr for the 2017 Sherwin-Williams CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game and was the named the recipient of the Storm’s Paul Fendley Memorial Scholastic Player of the Year, and was the team’s representative on the OHL Scholastic Team of the Year.
Schnarr, becomes the 10th player in franchise history to be selected in the third round joining Scott Kosmachuck, Tanner Richard, Andrey Pedan, Taylor Beck, Michael Latta, Craig Anderson, Mike Lankshear, Rumun Ndur and Jeff Bes.
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