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With 100th Overall Pick Stars Select Adam Mascherin in Round 4

Mascherin is the first of the Stars’ choices in Round 4 of the 2018 NHL Entry Draft.

Mascherin with the Kitchener Rangers in the OHL. Photo courtesy of OHL and Sportsnet Canada.

The newest member of the Dallas Stars organization is Adam Mascherin. He was selected 100th overall in the fourth round of the 2018 NHL Entry Draft.

Mascherin has most recently played with the Kitchener Rangers in the OHL as a left winger. He recorded 40 goals, 46 assists, and 86 points in 67 games played through the 2017-2018 season. He was a member of the OHL Third All-Star Team in 2017-2018 as well.

Joe Curtis of Elite Prospects had this to say of Mascherin:

Prolific scoring winger who combines an exceedingly high work ethic with speed, skill, and a mature approach to the game to overcome size differentials. An intense competitor with a booming shot, Masherin finds ways to score by outworking the opposition. He may not be the tallest player on the ice, but he isn’t a lightweight either. He plays a fast, heavy game and isn’t afraid to battle against tougher opponents. All-in-all, a lightning rod kind of player who will exceed expectations and bring energy to the game with each shift.

At 5’10” and 205 pounds, Mascherin is on the smaller side, but that doesn’t negate his speed and puck skill. He has not currently committed to the OHL for the 2018-2019 season, so it’s still to be determined where he will go after the draft.

This is not Mascherin’s first NHL draft:

We’ll have more interviews and content in the coming days thanks to our staff at the draft in Dallas.