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Craievich Looking To Play Big Role With 67’s

Adam Craievich of the Ottawa 67's. Photo by Aaron Bell (OHL IMAGES)

Adam Craievich of the Ottawa 67’s. Photo by Aaron Bell (OHL IMAGES)

Adam Craievich is no stranger to living away from home in order to chase his hockey  dreams.

He moved from Sarnia at 15 (where he’d been playing a year up with the Lambton Junior Sting AAA) to go play for the Oakville Rangers, one of the top minor midget AAA teams in the country.

The move payed off for Craievich, who was taken in the third round (52nd overall) by the Guelph Storm in the 2013 OHL Priority Selection.

He made a very deep Storm team as a 16-year-old and was with Guelph for their 2014 OHL Championship.

Midway through last season Craievich was traded to Ottawa, and will have a chance to be a go-to forward for the 67’s this year.

 

Here’s the full interview with Adam Craievich:

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