Sarnia’s Adam Craievich has a new home.
The former Lambton “AAA” player was dealt last week from the defending OHL champion Guelph Storm to the Ottawa 67’s in exchange for Tyler Hill and a late round draft choice.
The MVP in the 2013 OHL Cup while playing for the Oakville Rangers was chosen in the third round of the OHL Priority Selection by the Storm, but his minor hockey goal-scoring prowess has yet to take off at the higher level.
He had 10 goals and 21 points with Guelph in 79 games before the deal.
Local fans will have to wait until next season to see Craievich in a 67’s uniform. as Ottawa has already made its annual visit to the RBC Centre this season.
Craievich is also the reigning Top Academic High School student in the league.