While South Boston native Cam Askew already had been selected in the United States Hockey League's Draft last year, the Cushing Academy forward was tied to the top of Phase 1 of the 2013 Draft.
Holding the top pick in Monday's draft proceedings, the Indiana Ice decided to forego using their pick, instead signing a tender with the Boston University commit. Indiana had selected Askew with the 89th overall pick last May.
This is the second year of the tender system by USHL rules. All players signed to tenders guarantee that they will play in a minimum of 50 percent of their teams games in the upcoming season.
Here's a look at all the skaters with local connections who were selected during Monday's proceedings:
Round 1, Pick 11: Ryan Dmowski (Oakdale, Conn.), C , The Gunnery - Des Moines
Round 3, Pick 5: Charlie Kelleher (Longmeadow), F, Boston Junior Bruins - Cedar Rapids
Round 3, Pick 15: Spencer Young (Brentwood, N.H.), D, Phillips Exeter - Dubuque
Round 4, Pick 3: Austin Rook (Shrewsbury), D, Rivers - Des Moines
Round 4, Pick 5: Cal Burke (Boxborough), C, Noble & Greenough - Cedar Rapids
Round 5, Pick 3: Callum Booth (Montreal, PQ), G, Salisbury - Muskegon
Round 5, Pick 15: Lincoln Griffin (Walpole), F, Thayer Academy - Dubuque
Round 6, Pick 5: Erik Foley (Mansfield), F, Tabor Academy - Cedar Rapids
Round 6, Pick 10: Liam Darcy (South Berwick, Maine), D, Berwick Academy - Green Bay
Round 7, Pick 15: Elijah Harris (Haverhill), G, Austin Prep - Dubuque