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Brett Harrison, Daniel Michaud and Patrick Leaver Invited to Hockey Canada’s National Under-17 Development Camp

Oshawa, ON– Hockey Canada announced today that forwards Brett Harrison and Daniel Michaud and goaltender Patrick Leaver have been named to Hockey Canada’s National Under-17 Development Camp roster.

Harrison, the London, ON native was the 1st round, 16th overall selection by the Gens in the 2019 OHL Priority Selection. He was a member of the London Junior Knights during the 2018-19 season where he tallied 42 goals and 21 assists for 63 points in 33 games played.

The 6’1, 160-pound, left shot centre, Harrison participated in the OHL Cup in March where he was a point per game player notching two goals and an assist in three games with the Junior Knights. At the OHL Gold Cup, Harrison suited up for Team Alliance at the tournament. Appearing in four games, he recorded two goals and three assists, sitting second on his team in scoring and tying for fifth in tournament scoring on the way to Team Alliance claiming the Bronze medal.

Michaud, the Belleville, ON native was the 2nd round, 23rd overall selection by the Gens in the 2019 OHL Priority Selection. He was a member of the Quinte Red Devils Minor Midget AAA during the 2018-19 season where he tallied 21 goals and 20 assists for 41 points in 36 games played.

The 6’2, 176-pound, left shot centre, Michaud participated in the OHL Cup in March where he was over a point per game player notching five goals and two assists in five games with the Red Devils. At the OHL Gold Cup, Michaud suited up for Team OMHA White, appearing in four games recording a goal and two assists throughout the tournament.

Leaver, the Perth, ON native was the 8th round, 158th overall selection by the Gens in the 2019 OHL Priority Selection. He was a member of the Smith Falls Bears Midget AAA team during the 2018-19 season where he started 27 games finishing with a 2.89 GAA and .902 SAV%.

The 6’0, 165-pound goaltender, Leaver played for Hockey Eastern Ontario at the 2019 OHL Gold Cup.

The camp will run from July 19th-26th in Calgary, Alberta.

To see Hockey Canada’s Press Release–click here!

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