In the 2013 Canadian Lacrosse League Supplementary Draft, the Niagara Lock Monsters selected former NLL standout and St. Catharines native Pat McCready with the second pick overall and chose former Buffalo Bandits defenseman Ian Llord with the 13th pick.
McCready, a 17-year NLL veteran, retired at the end of the 2012 season after leading his Rochester Knighthawks to the NLL Championship. In his career he played in 219 regular season contests, registering 141 goals and 243 assists for 384 points. He also accumulated 1516 loose balls and 445 penalty minutes.
Llord played six seasons in the NLL. In 76 career regular season games he collected 10 goals and 36 assists for 46 points. He also added 282 career loose balls and 136 penalty minutes.
Full draft results
1. Brampton (via trade with Barrie – Dec 13th) - Steve Fryer
2. Niagara – Pat McCready
3. Toronto - Derek Hopcroft
4. Brampton (via trade with Durham – Steve Toll) - Nick Inch
5. Durham - Pete Rennie
6. Barrie - Darren Halls
7. Barrie (via trade with Niagara – Nov. 4th) - Jeff Zywicki
8. Toronto - Brian Croswell
9. Barrie (via trade with Brampton – Dec. 13th) - Mike Miron
10. Durham - David Brown
12. Barrie - Ian Crawford
13. Niagara - Ian Llord
14. Toronto - Brad Mazzacato
15. Brampton - Josh Gillam
16. Durham - Jordan VanDamme
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