Saturday, June 10, 2017

Sea Dogs prospects selected in MHL Draft

Saint John Sea Dogs prospect Jeremie Jacob was the fourth overall selection in Saturday's Maritime Hockey League Draft in Miramichi.

Jacob, who was a sixth-round selection of the Sea Dogs in this year's QMJHL Entry Draft, was picked by the Woodstock Slammers. The 16-year-old forward is coming off a solid year with the Moncton Flyers where he recorded eight goals and 27 points in 31 games. He added five goals and 10 assists in 10 playoff games.

Jacob was one of two Sea Dogs prospects to be taken in the first round. Tim Noble, a fifth-round pick of Saint John in this year's draft, went ninth overall to the Amherst Ramblers.

The St. Stephen Aces picked just one Sea Dogs prospect this year, selecting Moncton Flyers forward Aiden MacIntosh with the 17th overall pick.

Here's the full list of Sea Dogs prospects taken in Saturday's MHL Draft:

Round 1, 4th overall - Woodstock - Jeremie Jacob
Round 1, 9th overall - Amherst - Tim Noble
Round 2, 11th overall - Summerside - Josh MacDonald
Round 2, 17th overall - St. Stephen - Aiden MacIntosh
Round 3, 27th overall - Amherst - Thomas Ashe
Round 3, 33rd overall - Yarmouth - Daniel Surette

The full results can be found here.

Meanwhile, Sea Dogs defenceman Chase Stewart was drafted by the Aces in the QMJHL Supplementary Draft.
The full results of the Supplementary Draft aren't easily accessible for whatever reason (but maybe they are... drop a link in the comments if that is the case).

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