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Hounds select Bryce McConnell-Barker with 4th overall pick; 1st Round Selection

With their 1st Round Selection (4th overall) in the 2020 OHL Priority Selection, presented by Real Canadian Superstore, GM Kyle Raftis welcomed BRYCE MCCONNELL-BARKER to the Program this morning.

The London, ON native comes to the Greyhounds after playing the 2019-20 season with the London Jr. Knights Minor Midget Hockey Club.
In 33 games played, the 6.01 ft, 162 lb centreman notched 29 goals and 19 assists, good for 48 points.

You can watch his 2020 OHL Priority Selection feature video courtesy of ontariohockeyleague.com HERE.

RELATED:
Bryce McConnell-Barker set to become latest Londoner to make first-round splash in OHL Draft
(London Free Press)

SCOUTING REPORT (from the OHL Priority Selection Information Guide)
Bryce is a tall and lengthy centre that has a presence each and every me he is on the ice. He is a good skater with good overall quickness. He has good offensive skills and insincts that he used to generate a lot of his team’s offense this past season. He is always moving and putting pressure on the puck, and is a tireless worker both with and without the puck. He has all the attriibutes to be a very good player moving forward.

BRYCE MCCONNELL-BARKER
Position:  Centre
Previous Team:  London Jr. Knights
Hometown:  London, ON
DOB:  June 4, 2004

Follow the complete progress of the Greyhounds at the draft by following our RESULTS page HERE along by with a full 20-team results on www.ontariohockeyleague.com.

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