Flames select Josh Nodler at 150th overall

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christian tiberi
5 years ago
The Flames have selected forwards with their past 12 draft picks, spanning across the past three drafts. They’re continuing that trend with their fifth round pick, selecting forward Josh Nodler at 150th overall.
Nodler is a 6’0, 196 pound righty from Fargo in the USHL, and is headed to Michigan State next season, joining up with fellow Flames fifth round pick Mitchell Mattson (2016). In his most recent season, he put up 17 goals and 25 assists in 54 games played. Scouts projected he would go between 106th (Athletic) and 277th (Future Considerations).
Nodler was very impressive at the Hlinka tournament, leading the USA in scoring with one goal and six assists in five games. That beat out players like Arthur Kaliyev, Nicolas Robertson, and Robert Mastrosimone, who were drafted ahead of him.
The Flames have one pick remaining, 214th in the seventh round. They have already selected Jakob Pelletier, Ilya Nikolayev, and Lucas Feuk.
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