The 2022 CHL Import Draft to be held online Friday, July 1 at 11 a.m. Eastern. The Sudbury Wolves are expected to make two picks in this years Import Draft. The Wolves hold the 8th selection in the first round and 68rd overall selection in the second round of the final 2022 draft.
The CHL Import Draft remains its customary 2 rounds in length, including 120 picks with all team across the CHL participating in the draft.
|| Jakub Chromiak
|| 183 lbs
|| HK Dukla Trenčín
|| Dalibor Dvorsky
|| 190 lbs
|| AIK IF Jr.
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2022 CHL Import Draft Selection Live Tracker
| Jakub Chromiak
||Jakub is regarded as one of the top defencemen in the import draft. He has a late birthday and is projected to be a high pick in the 2024 NHL draft. We are very excited to select a high-end defenceman with his skill and ability. He is a strong skater and is a very mobile defenceman with a lot of poise. He can play in any type of situation and has excellent vision. Chromiak is a strong puck moving defenseman who moves well in transition. He is very adept in all three zones and was also a member of the U18 WJC (D1A) Gold Medal Slovakian Team this past April.
| Dalibor Dvorsky
||Dalibor Dvorsky is a premium talent out of Slovakia who combines a great scoring touch with elite play driving skills. A top prospect eligible for the 2023 NHL Draft, he has competed at many international events including the WJC-D1A where he won gold with our first round draft pick Jakub Chromiak. He was only one of only two 2005 born players to represent Slovakia at the most recently cancelled World Junior Championship.