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May 26, 2015 | Allan Heyman | 3130 views
Congratulations to Mack Hancock!
Congratulations to Mack Hancock for his selection by the Kingston Frontenacs during the 2015 OHL Priority Draft today! Mack was part of our Minor Midget team last season and joins the long tradition of GK players drafted to the OHL. We wish him the best of luck!

Since then, Mack was invited to the OHL Gold Cup and played with the OMHA Navy‎ who fought hardly to earn themselves the Bronze. This has been a first step in getting scouted for the U17 camp.  Best of luck to Mack in his future endeavors.
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