Levi Tetrault Selected In OHL Draft By The Guelph Storm

Levi Tetrault of the Chatham-Kent Cyclones - OHL

Levi Tetrault of the Chatham-Kent Cyclones – Photo by Aaron Bell/ OHL Images

Pain Court’s Levi Tetrault has been drafted by the Guelph Storm in the 2014 OHL Priority Selection Draft.

Tetrault was selected in the 4th round, 73rd overall by Guelph.

“It was an incredible honour to be drafted to the Guelph Storm,” said Tetrault. “They are a first class organization and I am looking forward to earning a place on the roster.”

After being drafted, Tetrault and his family immediately travelled to Guelph to be presented with a jersey and tour the Storm’s facilities and arena.

“Mike Kelly, the GM, called me and invited me to come to Guelph for the Jersey presentation. We immediately headed to Guelph and met the Storm staff. They are an incredible group of people. This was truly the best day of my life.”

Tetrault had one goal and six assists in 17 playoff games this season, captaining his team to a semi-final berth at the OHL Cup. In the regular season, Tetrault finished third in team scoring with 8 goals and 10 assists in 31 games.

The Pain Court resident was also selected mid-season to participate in the Alliance Hockey All-Star game in Komoka.

Tetrault’s selection came only moments after Wallaceburg’s Brady Pataki, and Chatham-Kent Cyclones teammate Brady Pataki was selected in the 4th round by Sudbury.

Last year, Guelph selected Chatham’s James McEwan, who played for the Chatham Maroons this season and also got into a handful of games with the Storm.

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