Sunrise, FL- Four former Shattuck-St. Mary's hockey players heard their name called at the 2015 NHL Draft. Jordan Greenway was selected by the Minnesota Wild with the 50th pick, Chris Martenet was taken by the Dallas Stars with the 103rd pick, Conor Garland was chosen by the Phoenix Coyotes with the 123rd pick, and Roy Radke went to the Chicago Blackhawks with the 164th selection.
Greenway spent three years at Shattuck-St. Mary’s before joining the US National Team Development Program. During his time in Faribault, the Potsdam, NY native racked up 87 goals and 159 assists. The 6’5” 223 lb. forward tallied 23 goals and 39 assists in the 2012-13 season for the Boys U16 team. In 2011-12, he led the Boys Bantam team with 52 goals and 74 assists.
Martenet, who hails from Waukesha, WI, was on the Midget AA team from 2011-2013. The blue liner, who spent three season in Faribault, scored 9 goals and had 38 assists for the Sabres. The 4th round selection was the 4th tallest player in the draft coming in at 6'7".
Garland went to Phoenix with the second pick of the 5th round. The winger was on the Bantam A team during the 2010-11 school year, leading the team in goals with 65, while also tallying 51 assists.
Radke spent the 2013-14 school year at Shattuck-St. Mary's, scored 19 goals and dished out 21 assists as a member of the Boys Prep squad that won the 2014 National Championship. Following his time at SSM, Radke played for the Barrie Colts of the OHL.
Jordan, Chris, Conor, and Roy become the 59th, 60th, 61st, and 62nd skaters from Shattuck-St. Mary’s to be selected in the NHL draft. In addition, this marks the 13th consecutive year that a skater from SSM has heard their name called on draft day.
|Jordan Greenway spent 2010-13 at SSM.||Roy Radke won the 2014 National Championship with SSM.|