Katelyn Gosling, Brittany Clapham and Kelly Campbell were the three Mustangs drafted into the Canadian Women's Hockey League on Sunday evening after playing for the Mustangs for five seasons each.
Gosling was drafted in the second round to the Calgary Inferno and Clapham was selected by the Brampton Thunder in the seventh round. Campbell will be joining Clapham after being drafted in round 14 to the Brampton Thunder as well.
Gosling, who played defence for the Mustangs, scored four goals and 14 assists during the regular season and one goal and three assists in the playoffs during the 2015-16 season.
Clapham, who was drafted as a forward, scored nine goals and 10 assists during the regular season and one goal during the playoffs in 2015-16.
Campbell, the Mustangs' goalie, held a .948 save percentage and a 1.53 goals against average for a 12-7 record during the regular season, and had a 1.75 GAA and .933 save percentage in the playoffs season this past year.