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Raider -Cole Brady drafted by New Jersey Devils
Submitted By Paul Burnett on Sunday, June 23, 2019
Devils Picked Cole Brady at 127th Overall in the Fifth Round.

Continuing their streak of drafting at least one goaltender under Ray Shero, the New Jersey Devils drafted goaltender and future Sun Devil Cole Brady with the 127th overall selection in the 2019 NHL Draft. This post contains more information about the player.

Since Ray Shero became general manager of the New Jersey Devils, the organization has selected at least one goaltender in their draft classes. The 2019 NHL Draft continues this streak to five. With the 127th overall selection in the fifth round of this year’s draft, the Devils drafted goaltender Cole Brady.

Who is Cole Brady?

According to Elite Prospects, Cole Brady was born in Pickering, Ontario on February 12, 2001. Played his youth hockey for the Ajax /Pickering Raiders. He stands at 6’5” and 165 pounds. Not that a goalie needs to be beefy, but Brady could stand to add some strength. His path in hockey has been a bit different than most Ontario-born goalies. After major midgets, Brady opted to stick with junior ‘A’ hockey in the Ontario Junior Hockey League with Markham in 2017-18. Brady made the move to America and played for the Janesville Jets (which is in Wisconsin) of the North American Hockey League. This allowed him to maintain his NCAA eligibility. Brady has committed to play for Arizona State and he will start there in the 2020-21
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