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Buydens, Penner & Fry named to NHL Central Scouting’s midterm rankings

Three MJHL players were named to the National Hockey League’s (NHL) Central Scouting Midterm rankings on Wednesday morning in preparation for the 2022 NHL Draft in June.

The NHL Central Scouting Services (CSS) is a department within the NHL that ranks prospects for the NHL Entry Draft at specific times during the hockey season. Players are ranked based on how well they will translate to the professional game in the NHL.

Carson Buydens, Spencer Penner, and Davis Fry were among the top 224 North American Skaters recognized by NHL CSS at the time of their Midterm rankings.

Carson Buydens – Ranking #146
2004-03-10 – Gladstone, MB
6-foot-1 – 175-pounds
Virden Oil Capitals 31GP – 16G – 29PTS – 63PIM – 4PPG – 1SHG
NCAA Div 1 Commitment – Princeton University

Spencer Penner – Ranking #197
2004-02-12 – Blumenort, MB
6-foot – 165-pounds
Selkirk Steelers 12GP – 1G – 12A – 13PTS – 6PIM
WHL Signed – Seattle Thunderbirds

Davis Fry – Ranking #206
2003-08-04 – Regina, SK
6-foot-3 – 190-pounds
Steinbach Pistons 30GP – 8G – 24A – 32PTS – 10PIM
NCAA Div 1 Commitment – Mercyhurst University

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