The Buffalo Jr. Sabres of the Ontario Junior Hockey League are proud to congratulate forward Dylan Seitz, who recently announced his commitment to the Kitchener Rangers of the Ontario Hockey League.
The 1999-born Eden, NY native finished his rookie OJHL season with 29 points in 53 games this past season with the Jr. Sabres, including 13 goals and 16 assists.
Five of his 13 goals came on the power-play, with another coming shorthanded. He also had two game-winning goals this season.
Seitz also registered 99 penalty minutes, third-most on the Jr. Sabres.
His rookie season was highlighted by two four-game point streaks, as well as registering his first OJHL hat trick in an 8-1 victory over Milton in December.
He added one point – a goal – in five playoff games and now joins the Rangers to continue his playing career!
Kitchener finished this past season fourth in the OHL’s Western Conference, going 44-17-5-2 with 95 points.
They ousted the Windsor Spitfires in the first round of the playoffs before falling to the eventual league-champion London Knights in the second round.