Sam Colangelo of Stoneham was selected by the Anaheim Ducks with the fifth pick in the second round of the 2020 NHL Draft Wednesday afternoon
Colangelo, 18, spent the last two seasons with the Chicago Steel in the USHL, where he tallied 31 goals and 30 assists in 55 games Last season, the 6-foot-2, 205-pound player finished third in USHL with 58 points (28 goals, 30 assists) in 44 games and led the league with a 32
– Sam Colangelo is an experienced player on a 6-3 frame, which makes him very attractive to us at the varsity game, as well as the professional game, â € “ Northeastern coach Jim Madigan said ahead of the draft â € “ People look at his stick skills and think of him as a goalscorer, which he is, but he can play He’s a young man who sees the ice well and plays with his eyes up, passes the puck hard and accepts the puck with forceâ ????
Later in the second round, two Boston University freshmen were caught with back-to-back picks when the Chicago Blackhawks drafted Drew Commesso with the 46th pick, and the Montreal Canadiens grabbed Luke Tuck at 47
Commesso is the second goaltender selected in the 2020 Draft He posted an 18-7-1 record with an average 205 goals against and a 920 save percentage with three shutouts in 30 games for the development program. the United States national team
Tuch also played for the NTDP, scoring 25 goals and 28 assists in two seasons He is the younger brother of Alex Tuch, who played two seasons at Boston College and now plays for the Vegas Golden Knights
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World News – United States – Northeast – Sam Colangelo, from Stoneham, drafted by Anaheim Ducks in the second round – The Boston Globe
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