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What could possibly be next for Wolves Alum Ty Dellandrea?
Submitted By Jay Allen on Wednesday, September 19, 2018
Only 3 years ago today Ty Dellandrea was preparing for his Minor Midget Year wearing a Central Ontario Wolves Blue and White. Two very successful OHL season's later (after being drafted in the 1st round by the Flint Firebirds), a CHL All-Star Appearance and Record Set for the fastest two goals ever, an invite to Canada's . . .

U17 Camp with almost a 100 other hopefuls, having a great camp and being named one of Canada's top forwards on the 2017 World U17 Team, being drafted in the 1st Round of the 2018 NHL Entry Draft and now signing a 3-Year Entry Level Contract with Dallas after his rookie camp debut is simply . . . AWESOME!

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Ty you have shown players, parents and other hopefuls throughout the OMHA, ETA and The Central Ontario Wolves Association and Regional Centres that hard work, character and discipline make the difference.

Congratulations from your brethren here at COW and we look forward to seeing you rip it up on the biggest stage we have!

GO.WOLVES.GO 
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