On Wednesday, the National Hockey League’s Central Scouting released their final rankings for the 2020 NHL Draft and three alumni were listed.
Dylan Peterson was ranked 43rd, Donovan Sebrango at 59th and Pavel Gogolev at 107th among North American Skaters.Dylan, a 6’4 centre with elite offensive skill was enjoying a fantastic season for the United States National Team Development Program (USNTDP) U18 with 25 points in 45 games, and 11 points in 19 games for USNTDP Juniors.Dylan played two seasons at CIHA from 2016-2018, compiling 94 points in 71 games. During his time at CIHA, Dylan committed to Boston University of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, where he will be a freshman next season. Donovan was enjoying his 2nd season with the Kitchener Rangers of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). The 6’0, two-way defenseman had 30 points in 56 games after putting up 26 points in 62 games last season.Donovan played three seasons at CIHA from 2015-2018, putting up 68 points in 90 games and forming a dynamic duo with Dylan at the Bantam AAA and Midget AAA level. Originally committed to Boston University, Donovan was then drafted 40th overall by Kitchener in 2018 and opted to go the Major Junior route to continue his development. Pavel, a 6’1 sniper was enjoying a dominant season for Guelph in the OHL before the season was cancelled. He had 45 goals, 51 assists for 96 points in 63 games. He finished 4th in goals and 6th in points in the shortened season.Pavel played one season at CIHA in 2015-2016 but it was a memorable one as he led the league in goals with 38 and finished 2nd in points with 68 in 48 games. Pavel was ranked by the NHL Central Scouting for the 2018 and 2019 NHL Draft but was not selected. He attended the Detroit Red Wings Development Camp in the summer of 2018 and the Vegas Golden Knights Development Camp in 2019 so you know NHL teams are watching him closely. While it’s uncertain if the NHL Draft will still take place on June 26th-27th, Dylan, Donovan and Pavel have had solid campaigns and are certainly on NHL team’s radars for the 2020 Draft.

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