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Chiarlitti Signs

August 7 2008 at 5:09 PM
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Nate Chiarlitti signs with Sarnia.

I guess the NCAA is a no go!!

Congrats Nate!

 
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Re: Chiarlitti Signs

August 9 2008, 11:07 PM 

Congrats Nathan , excellent choice , I guess the Buzzards lost another 1992 player, so who is signed now and is this new division thing that was posted have anything to do with his decision.

 
 
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Re: Chiarlitti Signs

August 10 2008, 8:06 AM 

who is this 92,never heard of him

 
 
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August 10 2008, 11:56 AM 

Sarnia Sting General Manager Alan Millar announced this week that Gregg Sutch, Nathan Chiarlitti and Daniel Broussard have committed to the hockey club.

Sutch, a right winger (6.02, 185lbs.) who hails from Newmarket, ON, was the Sting’s first round selection (11th overall) in the 2008 OHL Priority Selection.

Last season with the York Simcoe Express Minor Midgets Sutch scored 52 goals and added 29 assists for 81 points in 69 games.

Sutch recently participated in the final camp for Team Ontario’s U17 team.

“We’re very pleased that Gregg and his family have committed to our hockey club. We feel that Gregg is a player with very good upside and has the potential to be a very good power forward in the OHL in the years to come” stated General Manager Alan Millar.

Gregg will be attending grade 11 at Northern Collegiate Secondary School in the fall.

In Chiarlitti, the Sting sign a player who although being selected in the fifth round was a AA ranked player by OHL Central Scouting.

Chiarlitti, a defenceman (6.00, 180lbs.) with the Toronto Marlboros Minor Midgets last season scored eight goals to go along with 20 assists in 53 games.

Chiarlitti recently participated in the final camp for Team Ontario’s U17 team.

“We are very pleased to announce the signing of Nathan Chiarlitti," Millar said. "In Nathan we get a player who was ranked much higher then where he was selected. Nathan was a 90% student at St. Michael’s College in Toronto therefore he and his family were weighing a lot of options regarding his playing future. We are pleased that Nathan and his family have chosen to commit to the Sarnia Sting and the OHL.”

Chiarlitti will be attending grade 11 at Northern Collegiate Secondary School in the fall.

Broussard, a defenceman (6.00, 180lbs.) who hails from Fayetteville, North Carolina was the Sting’s fourth round pick in the 2007 OHL Priority Selection.

Last season Broussard played with the LA Junior Kings Midget AAA team. He will be attending grade 12 at Northern Collegiate Secondary School in the fall.

 
 
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Re: Chiarlitti Signs

August 11 2008, 9:36 AM 

Who is Charlitti.? This kid is a super kid, great student and very good hockey player. Was never signed with Buzzers, not sure why they didn't sign him when they had the opportunity but Sarnia must have given him a very sweet deal, good for him. Charlitti is the only 1992 player that Buzzers had commited to.

 
 
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Re: Chiarlitti Signs

August 11 2008, 5:06 PM 

Seguin they committed too months ago as well. Now, they lost two players because OHL have stepped up with hockey and education packages. Go Canada

 
 
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Not quite

August 11 2008, 5:18 PM 

THE OHL didn't step up it was the team that did.

 
 
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Re: Chiarlitti Signs

August 11 2008, 6:44 PM 

IF he is rated so highly as AA then why was he not picked sooner in the draft?

 
 
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August 11 2008, 11:07 PM 

"IF he is rated so highly as AA then why was he not picked sooner in the draft?"

Often players who are rated high but are thought to be going to the NCAA fall dramatically in the draft. Chiarlitti, Merrill, Basily, Watson, all of them really should have been 1st round picks. Because the expectation is that they are going to the NCAA, teams wont pick them until they have a few players gaurinteed.

 
 
 
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