Adam Smith drafted by Nashville in 2016 NHL Entry Draft

By June 25, 2016 Other News

Adam Smith was drafted in the seventh round (198th overall) by the Nashville Predators Saturday at the 2016 NHL Entry Draft. Smith, a 6′, 180lbs. left-shooting defenseman from Sharon, Ontario, will be entering his sophomore season for Bowling Green this year. This is the first time a Falcon has been drafted by the Nashville Predators.

Smith joined the team for the second half of the 2015-2016 season, accumulating one goal and two assists in 22 games played. He joins Mark Friedman (3rd round, #86 – Philadelphia) and Ryan Bednard (7th round, #206 – Florida) as members of the 2016-2017 roster who have been drafted.

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