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June 30, 2014

Five Ivies Selected in 2014 NHL Draft

PHILADELPHIA -- Five Ivies were selected in the 2014 National Hockey League (NHL) Draft in Philadelphia over the weekend.

Brown and Cornell both had two selections while Harvard touted the highest Ivy draft pick of the two-day event. All five Ivy League selections are forwards.

Headlining the picks was Harvard incoming freshman Ryan Donato. Donato was selected in the second round (56th overall) by the Boston Bruins, the same team his father and current Harvard head coach Ted Donato, played for during his playing days.

Two current Brown forwards, Maxwell William and Tyler Bird had their names called in the fifth round. William was selected by the Buffalo Sabres with the 121st overall pick while Bird heard his name called at No. 137 from the Colorado Avalanche.

Defending Ivy League champion Cornell had two of their incomers selected when Jared Fiegl and Dwyer Tschantz earned the 191st and 202nd picks, respectively. The duo are the sixth and seventh NHL draft picks that will take the ice for the Big Red in the 2014-15 season.

2014 Ivy League Men’s Hockey NHL Draft Selections

Round Pick Player, Team School Position
2 56 Ryan Donato, Boston Harvard Forward
5 121 Maxwell William, Buffalo Brown Forward
5 137 Tyler Bird, Colorado Brown Forward
7 191 Jared Fiegl, Arizona Cornell Forward
7 202 Dwyer Tschantz, St. Louis
Cornell Forward