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Dillon Heatherington

Dillon Heatherington

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Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 4"/220 lbs
Born: Calgary, Canada
Draft: 2013 2nd round (50th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • The Hockey Writers

    Montreal Canadiens Must-Watch Games in 2022-23

    Under the new head coach Derek Lalonde and with young stars Lucas Raymond and Moritz Seider, the new additions will seek to take a once elite franchise to the postseason after a six-year absence that has not won a playoff series since 2013. The Red Wings have some talented players but will Raymond or Seider, the winner of the 2022 Calder Trophy, encounter sophomore slumps as they aim to build upon exceptional rookie seasons?

  • Silver Seven

    Ottawa Senators Top 25 Under 25, #22: Viktor Lodin

    Viktor Lodin (Last Year: NR, Reader Rank: 23) “If this fourth-round pick doesn’t pan out, fire the scout responsible”. That’s not verbatim, but I remember seeing many a sentiment along those lines when the Ottawa Senators selected Viktor Lodin with the 94th pick of the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. To this day, I don’t understand what made that pick so special.

  • Silver Seven

    Ottawa Senators Top 25 Under 25, #23: Maxence Guenette

    Back in 2017, the Val d’Or Foreurs drafted Guenette in the first round (fifth overall) in the QMJHL entry draft, and their struggles as a team likely turned out to be Ottawa’s gain as Guenette fell way down the NHL draft board. In the QMJHL, Guenette established a reputation as a reliable, consistent defender, with a little offensive output for good measure.