Hockey: Guelph adds four OHL overagers

Kitchener-Waterloo Record junior hockey reporter Jeff Hicks has rundown on the OHLers who are joining Shawn Camp's Guelph Gryphons. Three of the four played with the OHL's Storm, which Camp once coached.
  • Jake Lalonde: Six-foot-two, 200-lb. winger who played four seasons in the OHL, mostly with the Soo Greyhounds, before splitting his overage season with Windsor and Kitchener.

  • Matt Lyall: Smallish centre who played for an also-ran Sault Ste. Marie team (his most productive season was a 57-point campaign in '07-08). Lyall's first two OHL seasons were in the OHL with the Storm (that was after Camp had moved on to the Sarnia Sting).

  • Nathan Martine: A big defenceman (listed at 6-1, 208) who spent five seasons in the OHL, including the past two with the Storm.

  • Tim Priamo: Guelph native who played three seasons with his hometown junior club, notching 30 goals (15G-15A) last season. A 6-foot-2, 195-lb. defenceman.
It sounds like Guelph has some experienced guys stepping on to a team which went 14-12-2 last season, nabbing the sixth and final playoff spot in the western half of the OUA.
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  1. Martine and Priamo are defencemen

  2. Thanks. Someone at HockeyDB is gonna pay!

  3. priamo didn't become a defenceman until half way through his overage year when they were hit with injury trouble