Wolves sign Soo boy


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September 2, 2022
Devin Mauro

Devin Mauro has overcome the odds as a former 11th round draft pick. The 18-year old Sault Ste. Marie product has signed an Ontario Hockey League contract with the Sudbury Wolves.

A small size forward, Mauro was picked by the Wolves in the 11th round of the 2020 OHL priority selections draft after netting 30 goals, 32 assists, 62 points in 39 games with the Soo Jr. Greyhounds of the Great North Under 18 Hockey League.

Mauro then spent the Covid affected 2020-2021 season with the Blind River Beavers of the Northern Ontario Jr. Hockey League and had seven goals, 12 assists, 19 points in 21 games. He then played for the Trenton Golden Hawks of the Ontario Jr. Hockey League in 2021-2022 and produced 18 goals, 23 assists, 41 points in 53 games.

Devin Mauro and Sudbury GM Rob Papineau

In signing Mauro to an OHL package, Wolves general manager Rob Papineau noted the work ethic of the young forward.

“We are very pleased to sign Devin. He has continued to work very hard and has earned this opportunity. He has been a great offensive player for many years. Devin isn’t the biggest guy on the ice but he’s a guy who plays bigger than he is, doesn’t quit and competes every shift. He is another great Soo boy who never gave up on his goal,” Papineau told Hockey News North.

“Devin has always been a prolific goal scorer who finds a way to get the puck to the net,” Papineau added. “He’s one of those players you can put anywhere in your lineup and he can make it work. So, he is a great piece to add to our depth.”


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