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Sarris and Corneil commit to Niagara Ice Dogs
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Sarris and Corneil commit to Niagara Ice Dogs
Niagara IceDogs Head Coach and General Manager Marty Williamson announced today that Ryan Sarris and Johnny Corneil have committed to the IceDogs, entering into an OHL Standard Player Agreements with the club.
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Niagara - August 21, 2013 - Niagara IceDogs Head Coach and General Manager Marty Williamson announced today that Ryan Sarris and Johnny Corneil have committed to the IceDogs, entering into an OHL Standard Player Agreements with the club.

Sarris, was a third round pick of the IceDogs from the Whitby Wildcats, where he played with IceDogs first round pick Hayden McCool. A 6', 174 lbs defenceman, Sarris had 3 goals and 12 assists for 15 points in 36 games with Whitby last season.

Corneil joins the IceDogs after having been selected in the fourth round of the 2013 OHL Priority Selection from the Central Ontario Wolves. A native of Lindsay, ON, Corneil is a 5'10", 177 lbs. centre who put up 31 goals and 23 assists for 54 points in 65 games with Central Ontario last season.

With Sarris and Corneil's commitments, the IceDogs now have commitments from four of their 2013 OHL Priority Selections with Sarris and Corneil joining Hayden McCool and Zach Wilkie who committed earlier in the summer.

The entire IceDogs organization would like to congratulate Ryan and Johnny on committing to the IceDogs and look forward to seeing them on the ice for training camp next week!







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