HOCKEY FUTURE STARS
#2 Logan Stanley
Team Canada Red
In his first game at the Under -17 Hockey Challenge Logan Stanley scored 2 goals in the 6 - 0 win over Slovakia on Sunday night in Lambton Shores. (game highlights)
The 6'6 210lb Waterloo, Ontario native was selected by the Windsor Spitfires in the first round selection, 12th overall at the 2014 OHL Priority Selection.
In 2013-14 his team the Waterloo Wolves won the Alliance Minor Midget Championship and he helped the Wolves reach the OHL Cup.
Logan led the Alliance defencemen in scoring and won a bronze medal with Team Alliance at the 2014 OHL Gold Cup.
Logan says he is honoured to be wearing the Team Canada dhirt and he hopes that they get a couple more wins and get into the medal rounds.
"I think itís awesome just getting experience playing with different players and playing against different countries to learn how they play to how we play over here. I think itís great and itís really fun, hopefully I can take as much as I can from it."
Logan is the son of Jeff and Lori who were at the game on Sunday in Lambton Shores and he has one brother, Reese.