The Sudbury Wolves continued their commitment to the team’s future by announcing that 16-year-old forwards: David Levin, Shane Bulitka, Macauley Carson and Owen Lane have each made a personal commitment to play for the Sudbury Wolves.
“With our top four players being selected in the top two rounds, it was important for the future success of our organization, to receive a commitment from each of our top prospects” notes Wolves’ President Blaine Smith. “Each player has a unique skill-set that has resulted in each player being an early selection in the Priority Selection. Each player has demonstrated that they are committed to developing into the best player that they can be through hard work and dedication. We are very pleased that these fine young players have decided that the Sudbury Wolves are their first choice and their next step to furthering their hockey careers.”
The four forwards indicated that they are very excited to suit-up for the Sudbury Wolves one day soon and hopefully add to the number of players that the Sudbury Wolves have graduated into the NHL. The Hockey News recently confirmed that the Sudbury Wolves are the #1 supplier of players to the NHL over the past 25 years – in the entire CHL. (ref: March, 2015).
Smith indicated that the Wolves will be actively looking at all of their young prospects:
“We are fortunate to have some very good players from past drafts as well as a number of free agents coming to our try-out camp this year. Our players will realize that they have an excellent opportunity to play a leading role with a young team, but that will depend on their level of commitment and their individual performances at try-out camp.” The Sudbury Wolves will open main camp on September 3rd at the Sudbury Arena.