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Former Minor Pete Barrett Hayton goes fifth in NHL draft to Coyotes
Submitted By PMHC on Monday, June 25, 2018
Barrett Hayton became the highest Peterborough native ever selected when the Arizona Coyotes drafted him fifth overall on Friday night in Dallas.

Click here to read the Peterborough Examiner article by Mike Davies.



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