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Congratulations to all the Wolves Alumni!
Submitted By bm on Sun 09 04, 11
Congratulations to all the Wolves Alumni progressing to higher levels of ice hockey!  

Invited to participate in the Lindsay Muskies Main Camp:-  
'94s
Aaron Curan
Kyle Richardson
Brett Yake
Terry Snodden
Garrett Hayden  

Both have committed to the OHL teams for this coming season -- signed. 
Jeff Corbett---Defenseman---Sudbury Wolves---OHL
Johnny MCGuire---Forward---Erie Otters---OHL  

'95s
Fraser Turner - Soo Greyhounds Main Camp
Pat Hamilton - Oshawa Generals Main Camp
Stuart Fierheller
Nate Hughes
Keegan Cairns
Daniel Butchart    

Other's: 
'94 Brendan Bell -drafted by Barrie Colts last year, played an underage junior year for Aurora Tigers and just signed to play this year with Barrie Colts.
'94 Michael Montford was signed by the Peterborough Liftlock Stars after a trade from the Wellington Dukes
'94 Ian Bottum was signed by the Peterborough Liftlock Stars
'94 Justin Kea - Saginaw Spirit
'93 Bryan Hubers -played last year with Peterborough Liftlock Stars and is there again this year.
'93 Scott Simmonds -drafted by Belleville Bulls in 5th round, played an underage junior year for Wellington Dukes, made the Belleville Bulls last season and played over 50 games as a rookie, back with the Bulls in his sophomore season this year.
'93 Riley Austin was traded from the Erie Otters to the Belleville Bulls
'92 Brock Beukeboom traded from Sault Ste. Marie to Niagara Ice Dogs
'91 Matt Duchene entering his 3rd year in the NHL with the Colorado Avalanche
'91 Spencer Finney -- Trenton Golden Hawks Jr. A
'91 Brady Austin - St. Lawrence
'91 Mike Wills - Merrimack
'89 Kyle Bonis -- Ferris State University -- Division 1 NCAA
'89 Ben Finney was named Assistant Captain of his NCAA team -- Lake Forest Foresters  -- NCAA Division 3
'89 Corey Tamblin -Clarkson
'89 Brian Rufenach - Clarkson
'89 Mike Delhaisen - Quinnipiac
'88 Bret Waters - several years of junior hockey with Lindsay, Stouffville,Markham and now playing college hockey in USA.
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