Pelech enjoying elder statesman role with surging Otters

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    If it seems that Adam Pelech is comfortable in his role as one of the Erie Otters’ elder statesmen, it may be because it’s a position he feels he’s played for a few years already.



    “I’ve been one of the older guys for the past three years, just because of how young this team has been,” he said. “It’s a role I enjoy.”

    Pelech, who was selected in the third round, 65th overall, of the 2012 NHL Draft by the New York Islanders, is a key player on a resurgent Otters’ squad. Along with Connor Crisp, Pelech was a rookie on the 2010-11 team that finished with 40 wins and lost in the first round of the OHL playoffs.… read more



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    Love this kids game...I don't know if his offensive game follows him to the pros but its nice to know that the potential is there...

    I was thrilled when we picked him up in the 3RD...I wanted him in the second round when we picked Pokka...
     

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