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Ottawa Senators select Angus Crookshank at 126th overall

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A quick look at the newest Senator

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So far in the 2018 NHL Draft, the Senators had picked college-bound players, and they didn’t change for their 4th-round pick. They chose LW Angus Crookshank of the BCHL’s Langley Rivermen, who’s committed to University of New Hampshire for 2018-19.

Crookshank scored 45 points in 42 games for the Rivermen last year, good enough for second on the team. He was the 2015-16 MVP of the CSSHL Prep Divison. He was pegged to go at 153 by Future Considerations, and 163 by ISS Hockey.

He’s listed at 5’11” and 181 lbs, which is a little bit smaller than I would’ve expected. That being said, he was listed at 5’10” at 170 lbs when UNH offered him a scholarship, so it’s quite possible he’s still growing taller, and he’s definitely still putting on muscle. That being said, he didn’t dominate the BCHL, and there still seemed to be a lot of good CHL talent yet. The Sens seem to have decided to go all-in on NCAA talent this draft, and it’ll be a few years until we can really evaluate how good Crookshank is.

And hey, at least he has one highlight goal: