The Canes went to Edmonton for their 7th selection of the draft. With the 84th overall pick and their final pick in round 4, the hockey club took defenceman Koletrane Wilson. He's 6 foot 1 and 205 pounds.
Prior to that, Hurricanes made their first selection from Manitoba. With their 6th pick in this draft and second pick in the 4th round, the Canes
took forward Brett Davis from Oak Bank, Manitoba. Davis is 5 foot 10, 140 pounds.
Canes selected a goaltender with their first pick in Round 4 of
the draft. The Canes took (G) Shane Farkas from Penticton, BC (57th
overall). It was the team's 5th player selected.
With the final pick in the second round, the Canes picked forward Zane
Franklin (43rd overall) from Marwayne, Alberta. Franklin has been
playing in Lloydminster.
The Hurricanes second pick in round two and the team's third
selection of the draft they chose defenceman Nick Watson from Delta, BC.
He's 6 feet tall and 170 pounds. Watson plays with the Burnaby Winter
With the Lethbridge Hurricanes first pick in the second round (23rd
overall) the hockey club selected defenceman Ethan King from Vernon, BC.
King is 6 foot 4, 210 pounds.
GM Brad Robson said last week he had been talking to teams
about a possible trade concerning one of those picks, but noted if
there was nothing there he would make all three selections.
With the second overall selection in the 2014 Western Hockey League
Draft, the Lethbridge Hurricanes picked forward Jordy Bellerive from
North Vancouver, BC. Bellerive had 114 points in 49 games with the North Shore Winter Club.
He now becomes the highest-ever pick in Lethbridge Hurricanes history.
Hurricanes 2014 Bantam Draft Selections
1st Round: (2nd overall) (F) Jordy Bellerive
2nd Round: (23rd overall) (D) Ethan King
2nd Round: (28th overall) (D) Nick Watson
2nd Round: (43rd overall) (F) Zane Franklin
4th Round: (67th overall) (G) Shane Farkas
4th Round: (78th overall) (F) Brett Davis
4th Round: (84th overall) (D) Koletrane Wilson