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Cornwall Colts get ready for CCHL Entry Draft
Wednesday night, May 18th will be a big night for many young hockey players in Eastern Ontario. The Central Canada Hockey League (CCHL - formerly CJHL) will be hosting its entry level draft at the Earl Armstrong Arena in Gloucester.

Cornwall - May. 17, 2011 - Wednesday night, May 18th will be a big night for many young hockey players in Eastern Ontario. The Central Canada Hockey League (CCHL - formerly CJHL) will be hosting its entry level draft at the Earl Armstrong Arena in Gloucester. This marks the second consecutive year that the Gloucester Rangers have hosted the draft.

All twelve CCHL teams will have their owners, managers, coaches and scouting staff present to assist in player selections. League officials have suggest that this year’s pool of young hockey players is “fairly deep and the selection process for all teams will be difficult, but for the players drafted it will be an opportunity to further develop their skills.”

As well as the regular draft selections, each of the CCHL teams can protect two major bantam players who live closest to their home rink.

Cornwall Colts General Manager and Head Coach Ian MacInnis has a good track record in previous drafts. It will be interesting to see who MacInnis brings into the stable to compliment the returning nucleus of in the form of the Spink twins (Tylor & Tyson), Kyle Baun, Connor Primeau, Drew Henry, Billy Ulrick, Cody Sarmiento and Matthew Zanardo, among others.


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