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05-29-2012, 10:09 PM
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defensehockey19
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Originally Posted by heusy_79 View Post
I believe OHL teams have four cards to burn on 16 year olds. It might be 3 + a goalie though, I'm not sure if you can use all four on skaters. Last year the 95's were Subban, Lemmon, Carnevale and Graham. Hopefully someone is able to clarify this for us. If there's no room for him on the roster I hope Heffernan signs in Wellington and is the first call-up when Zharkov and maybe others leave for the World Juniors. Heff definitely showed OHL-ready size and strength in the rookie camp and I felt that his skating was sufficient but could use improvement. I could easily see him become useful player similar to Sandlak even if the offensive game never arrives.

Edit: The Fronts have already announced the signing of their top 4 picks, all of whom are skaters (RD Mckeown, LW Bennett, RD Di Perna and LW Watson). This means that the Bulls should be able to sign one more 2012 pick along with Petti, Desousa and Cramarossa.
You can sign as many as you'd like the Petes last season signed Ritchie, Nosad, Varga, Murphy, Thompson and Guigovaz.. You can have 4 rookie skaters play for something like 15 games? These are considered 'emergency call up games' I duno if that's exact but iys along those lines.

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