2009-10: Dylan Blujus played for the Buffalo Regals U18 team in the Tier 1 Elite Hockey League. In 48 games he scored 5 goals with 17 assists and had 36 penalty minutes. Blujus was selected by Brampton in the third round (60th overall) of the 2010 OHL Priority Draft.
2010-11: Blujus skated in 67 games for Brampton in his first OHL season. He was the second-leading scorer amongst Battlaion defensemen with 4 goals and 22 assists and was minus-14 with 26 penalty minutes. Brampton finished third in the Central Division and was swept by Niagara in the first round of the playoffs. Blujus saw limited time in the four game series and was an even plus/minus with no points or penalties.
2011-12: Blujus was an offensive force from his defensive spot for a much-improved Brampton squad. In 66 games with the Battalion he was second on the team with 27 assists and was plus-four with 4 goals and 38 penalty minutes. The Battalion reached the second round of the playoffs and in 8 playoff contests Blujus scored 1 goal with 4 assists and was an even plus/minus with 4 penalty minutes. He was invited to the NHL Draft Combine and ranked 71st amongst North American skaters in Central Scouting's final rankings prior to the 2012 NHL Draft.
2012-13: Blujus was the leading scorer amongst defensemen for Brampton, skating in all 68 games for the Battalion in his third OHL season. He scored 2 goals with 27 assists and was -8 with 57 penalty minutes. Brampton finished second to Barrie in the Central Division and lost to Sudbury in a first round series. Blujus scored 2 goals (both on the power play) with 2 assists and had an even plus/minus with 2 penalty minutes in five playoff games.
Blujus is a smart defenseman who probably falls into the defensive category, but his offensive skills still seem to be taking shape. He plays a heady game that relies more on his reading of the play than on pure physical play. Blujus has a good shot that could make him an effective weapon on the power-play, and his passing skills are generally good. He could stand to work on his skating, and he needs to make better use of his 6-3, 195-pound frame.
Blujus will most likely have one more season of junior hockey before turning pro in 2014-15.