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Greyhounds take Catenacci first overall in OHL draft; Quine picked second @NHLdotcom

TORONTO - The Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds made it official Saturday, selecting forward Daniel Catenacci with the first overall pick in the Ontario Hockey League draft.

The five-foot-10, 178-pounder had a sensational season, scoring 42 goals and adding 45 assists and 152 penalty minutes in 39 games with the York Simcoe Express minor midget AAA team.

Forward Alan Quine was taken second overall by the Kingston Frontenacs. Quine, a five-foot-10, 160-pound winger, led the Toronto Jr. Canadians to an appearance in the OHL Cup.

York Simcoe Express defenceman Ryan Murphy was selected third overall by the Kitchener Rangers, while the Oshawa Generals took Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs forward Boone Jenner with the No. 4 pick. The Sudbury Wolves, who took John McFarland with the top pick in last year's draft, selected defenceman Justin Sefton from the Notre Dame Hounds with the fifth pick.

Left-wingers Matthew Puempel (Peterborough Petes) and Lucas Lessio (Niagara IceDogs), forward Ryan Strome (Barrie Colts), defenceman Curtis Crombeen (Owen Sound Attack) and left-winger David Broll (Erie Otters) rounded out the top 10.

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