Swift Current Broncos netminder Reid Dyck was one of three Manitobans who had their name called Friday at the 2022 NHL Draft in Montreal.

Dyck was chosen by the Boston Bruins in the sixth round.

The 18-year-old Winkler native was 6-12-1 with a save percentage of .884 in 23 games with the Broncos this past season

Dyck enjoyed a memorable 2021-22 season as he played in the CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game in Kitchener and was on Team Canada’s roster for the World U18 Hockey Championship in Germany.

Dyck's teammate with the Broncos, forward Josh Filmon went to New Jersey in round six.

Prince George Cougars goaltender Tyler Brennan of Winnipeg was selected by New Jersey in the fourth round.

Adam Ingram of Winnipeg, who played for the USHL’s Youngstown Phantoms, was chosen by the Nashville Predators in round three.

Three Manitobans were chosen in round one Thursday night.

The Arizona Coyotes took Winnipeg Ice forward Connor Geekie of Strathclair 11th overall.

The Columbus Blue Jackets selected Moose Jaw Warriors defenseman Denton Mateychuk of Dominion City with the 12th overall pick.

The Pittsburgh Penguins chose Swift Current defenseman Owen Pickering of St. Adolphe at number 21.

Geekie was one of three Ice players selected in the draft.

Matthew Savoie went ninth overall to the Buffalo Sabres and Mikey Milne was chosen in the third round by the Minnesota Wild.