Tyson Dyck of the Cranbrook Bucks was selected 206th overall by the Ottawa Senators.
Dyck was tied for fourth in league scoring with 75 points in 54 games.
His 34 goals and 41 assists also put him top-five in the league.
In a recent draft interview with the BCHL he said his hockey IQ is what sets him apart.
“I think my biggest asset is my hockey IQ. I use that to allow me to maneuver in and out of areas and find pucks in scoring positions. I love to compete,” added Dyck.
“There’s no one on the ice that out competes me. When you put those two together, I’m really excited for the future because they’re not physical attributes, they’re attributes that are hard to teach.”
Dyck is committed to playing NCAA hockey at the University of Massachusetts.