NWHL Draft Night 1 Recap

The NWHL draft night 1 has concluded on Twitter tonight. Let’s see who all was selected.

 

Round 1

1- Boston* (Acquired from Toronto) – F Samantha Davis, Boston University

Sammy Davis is from Pembroke, Massachusetts. She played 5 years of college hockey at Boston University, where she scored 66 goals and added 76 assists for 142 points, which is good for 6th all time in program history. She was captain of the team her last two years.

 

2 – Connecticut – F Kayla Friesen, Clarkson University

Kayla Friesen is from Winnipeg, Manitoba. She played 4 years of college hockey at two different schools. She spent her first 3 years at St. Cloud State University, and her last year at Clarkson University. She tallied 50 points at St. Cloud State and added another 30 points at Clarkson University.

 

3 – Buffalo – G Carly Jackson, University of Maine

Carly Jackson is from Amherst, Nova Scotia. She played 5 years of college hockey at the University of Maine. In college, her GAA never got higher than 2.84. Her senior year, she posted a 1.90 GAA and a .934 save percentage.

 

4 – Metropolitan – D Saroya Tinker, Yale University

Saroya Tinker is from Oshawa, Ontario. The defender played 4 years of college hockey at Yale University. She scored 5 goals and added 27 assists for a total of 32 points in her college hockey career.

 

5 – Minnesota – F Alex Woken, University of Minnesota

Alex Woken is from Fargo, North Dakota. Woken played 4 years of college hockey at the University of Minnesota. She scored 38 goals and added 37 assists for a total of 75 points.

 

6 – Toronto* (Acquired from Boston) – F Jaycee Gebhard, Robert Morris University

Jaycee Gebhard is from Plenty, Saskatchewan. She played 4 years of college hockey at Robert Morris University. In her senior season, she was captain of the team. In her college career, she has tallied 74 goals and added 124 assists for a total of 199 points. She is the all time leading scorer in the University’s program.

*Toronto also receives 2021 Boston 1st and 2nd round picks

*Boston also receives 2020 Toronto 5th round pick

 

Round 2

1 (7) – Connecticut – D Victoria Howran, University of New Hampshire

Victoria Howran is from Bancroft, Ontario. The defender played for 4 years of college hockey at the University of New Hampshire. She was the captain of the team in her senior year. She scored 7 goals and added 48 assists for a total of 55 points.

 

2 (8) – Toronto – F Amy Curlew, Cornell University

Amy Curlew is from Goose Bay, Newfoundland. She played 4 years of college hockey at Cornell University. In her college career, she scored 24 goals and added 36 assists for a total of 60 points.

 

3 (9) – Buffalo – D Codie Cross, Northeastern University

Codie Cross is from Airdrie, Alberta. The defender played 4 years of college hockey at Northeastern University. In her college career, she scored 12 goals and added 50 assists for a total of 62 points. In her senior season, she was a plus 27.

 

4 (10) – Metropolitan – F Delaney Belinskas, Boston College

Delaney Belinskas is from Port Orange, Florida. She played her college hockey at Boston College for 4 years. In her senior season, she was an assistant captain of the team. In her college career, she scored 49 goals and added 44 assists for a total of 93 points.

 

5 (11) – Minnesota – D Patti Marshall, University of Minnesota

Patti Marshall is from Thief River Falls, Minnesota. The defender played 4 years of college hockey at the University of Minnesota. In her senior season, she was captain of the team. In her 4 years, she scored 8 goals and added 53 assists for a total of 61 points.

 

6 (12) – Boston – F Tereza Vanisova, University of Maine

Tereza Vanisova is from Strakonice, Czech Republic. She played 4 years of college hockey at the University of Maine. In the 4 years, she has scored 63 goals and added 66 assists for a total of 129 points. She is the all time leading scorer in the program’s history.

 

Congratulations to all those selected tonight. Tune in to @NWHL Twitter tomorrow for Rounds 3-5 at 7p.

 

 

TXHT will continue to provide NWHL coverage as more signings and news are announced.

 

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