There was a player there, a good one, humble and soft-spoken, swiftly ripening into superstar status.
In 2011-12, as a 16-year-old with the London Jr. Knights minor midget program, Jared McCann was officially discovered as one of the most electric players in southern Ontario: 67 games, 61 goals, 131 points.
“His dominance at that level really appealed to us,” Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds general manager Kyle Dubas said. “We felt he was the best fit to play the style our team sought to employ.”
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