The 21-year-old, who would've been in this year's draft class if he wouldn't have turned pro early has won three championships with the Knighthawks in his three years in the league. "This is a monumental deal for our organization because it brings a 21-year-old left-hander who's a proven goal scorer and a great character team guy into our room, and it brings a proven winner and a character team guy on the right side in Joel Mc Cready," Stealth general manager Doug Locker said.
“We came into the draft feeling like we needed to get a left-hander and a right-hander.
The Knighthawks received the second and 11th overall picks in 2014, as well as first round picks in both 20 from the Stealth in exchange for Powless, Joel Mc Cready, and the ninth and 23rd overall picks in 2014.
Powless, who completed the hat trick with the Chiefs a couple of weeks ago, by winning the NLL championship with the Knighthawks, Minto Cup with the Six Nations Arrows and MannCup with the Chiefs.
Minnesota (from Buffalo): Shane Mac Donald, LF, Brampton Jr Excelsiors 6.