Generals receive two defensive commitments

Oshawa, Ont. – The Oshawa Generals have officially received a commitment from defencemen Thomas Stewart and Nikita Parfenyuk.

Stewart, acquired from the Barrie Colts on October 1st, was drafted by the Colts in the 8th round of the 2019 OHL priority selection, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic never broke the roster in Barrie. Since joining the Generals, Stewart has appeared in all seven games this season, scoring three assists.

Continuing to strengthen the back end, the Generals also welcome from Belarus, Nikita Parfenyuk.

Parfenyuk was the Generals 2nd round pick in the 2021 CHL import, 66th overall.

From Kobrin Belarus, that is exactly where he has spent his hockey career up to this point. This season he has played 14 games, nine with Yunost Minsk and five with Yunior Minsk. In those games, the 6’3” defenceman registered three assists.

He also played five games for the Belarus national team at the U18 World Junior Championship in 2021.

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