The 11th annual Boston Bruins development camp is right around the corner. An opportunity for the young players in the system to gain knowledge and perhaps impress the management of the B’s.
The camp will begin on Thursday, July 6th and will conclude on Sunday, July 9th. Twenty-nine players will gather in Brighton, Massachusetts at the Warrior Ice Arena including seventeen forwards, nine defensemen and three goaltenders. Below are the players that you will hear about during the camp.
Jack Becker, Anders Bjork, Ryan Donato, Trent Frederic, Jesse Gabrielle, Cameron Hughes+, Mason Jobst*, Joona Koppanen, Karson Kuhlman*, Josh Melnick*, T.J. Moore*, R.J. Murphy*, Cedric Pare, Eric Robinson*, Zach Senyshyn, Oskar Steen, Jack Studnicka
Victor Berglund, Ian Brady*, Daniel Bukac, Cameron Clarke, Jeremy Lauzon+, Ryan Lindgren, Wiley Sherman, Urho Vaakanainen, Jakob Zboril
Robert McGovern*, Jeremy Swayman, Dan Vladar
*Indicates attendance to Development Camp is on an invite basis (via BostonBruins.com)
+Indicates that player is unlikely to skate during development camp due to off-season surgery (via BostonBruins.com)
All of the six players who were drafted by the Bruins in this past NHL Entry Draft will join the development camp as well. Cedric Pare, Jack Studnicka, Victor Berglund, Daniel Bukac, Jeremy Swayman, and the first round selection, Urho Vaakanainen.
Since the draft, many fans of the black and gold have wondered about our selections. Mainly due to the fact that the majority of them were not previously known very well. This camp should showcase some of the good and some of the bad things that each prospect brings to the table when it comes to performing on the ice as well as off the ice.