Of the total 38 came from teams in the major midget leagues in the four provinces. The Shawinigan Cataractes drafted the Halifax native in the second round with the 33rd overall pick. The defenceman, who was ranked 27th heading in to the draft, scored 5 goals and added 13 assists in 33 games for the Titans this season. The Charlottetown Islanders were very interested in Nova Scotia hockey talent on Saturday, drafting seven players from the province. Kennedy was the second leading scorer in the Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey League this season, putting up 34 goals and adding 36 assists for the Cape Breton West Islanders in just 35 games. Boyd, who spent the past season at Rothesay Netherwood prep school, was taken 66th overall by the Acadie-Bathurst Titan.
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Shawn Boudrias, Matthew Welsh, Andrew Smith and Carl Gervais are four rookies for the Charlottetown Islanders who were high draft picks of the Islanders over the last two years and are getting their first taste of major junior hockey. He said the Q is a lot tougher than midget hockey as the play is faster and players are stronger. The native of Halifax, N. He experienced his first 3-on-3 overtime and even experienced being pulled from a game.
The Mooseheads have won 7 of their last 8. The Islanders have lost 3 of 4 and are 4th in the Maritimes at Halifax stays a point up on Moncton with the win. Jordan Maher scored twice while Sam Asselin scored his 24th. Daniel Hardie with his 22nd and Keith Getson got his 13th for the Islanders.