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Predator Alumni Aidan Dudas Shines at Top Prospects CHL Game
Submitted By Jen Ricca on Friday, January 26, 2018
Former Predator, Aidan Dudas was a late edition to the 2018 Top Prospects CHL Game in Guelph and then proceeded to put on a show for the Canadian fans and the scouts in the stands.

The Sherwin-Williams Top Prospects CHL Game was an opportunity for 40 players to showcase their skills before NHL General Managers and Scouts, and put on a show for the hockey fans.  Team Orr and Team Cherry were made up of players from the OHL, WHL & QMJHL, who are high on the 2018 NHL Draft list.
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Aidan Dudas who played with the North Central Predators and was drafted in 2016 10th overall to the Owen Sound Attack, was a late addition to Team Cherry due to an injury of another player.  Doing it up in Dudas fashion, Aidan showed the crowd what he was made of by scoring not one, but two goals in the game for Team Cherry.  His never ending energy, speed and puck control on the ice were commented on throughout the game by the announcers, not a surprise to his former coaches, players and fans who know that is just the way Aidan plays every time he steps on the ice.

Congratulations on a great game from the North Central Predators organization.

ARTICLE: Aidan Dudas Added to Team Cherry

VIDEO: Pre-Game Interviews

VIDEO: Highlights of Goals for Team Cherry

VIDEO: Dudas, Florchuk, Zadina -Post Game Interviews

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