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Legionnaires players named to ‘Future Stars’ and ‘Top Prospect’ teams

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Four Sarnia Legionnaires players have been named to the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League’s (GOJHL) 2022 Future Stars and Top Prospects rosters.

Forward Sean Doherty, defenceman Josh Glavin and goaltender Logan Phillips were selected to the Future Stars Roster (Team Black) which features the top 16-year-old players in the league, while Ryan Richardson was selected to the Top Prospects roster (Team Black) which features the league’s top 17 and 18-year-olds.

The games, hosted by the Ayr Centennials, will take place Dec. 27 at the North Dumfries Community Centre.

“After having to cancel last year we couldn’t be more excited to have this incredible event back on the ice,” said league commissioner Brent Garbutt. “We have some of the best 16, 17, and 18-year old hockey players in Ontario ready to impress the scouts.”

Doherty, 16, a native of Scarborough, was selected in the third round (45th overall) by the Sarnia Sting in the 2022 OHL Priority Draft; he currently has 19 points in 24 games played with the Legionnaires this season.

Phillips, 18, from Corunna, boasts a 6-9-3 record with a .883 save percentage.

Glavin, 16, of Sarnia, was selected in the third round (54th overall) by the Saginaw Spirit in the 2022 OHL Priority Draft. He has one goal and ten assists in 19 games played with the Legionnaires.

Richardson, an 18-year-old a Forest Native, has 32 points in 32 games this season (12 goals, 20 assists) with the team.

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