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Wolves Talent Attending NHL Development Camps

With the NHL Draft taking place last weekend, NHL teams are sending out their rosters for their development camps which are getting underway. On four of those rosters, we find some of our very own Sudbury Wolves players.

After coming off a great season with the Sudbury Wolves, where he racked up 50 points in 66 games in the regular season, and 5 points in 8 games during the playoffs, Blake Murray was drafted to the Carolina Hurricanes 183rdoverall. He will attend the 2019 Hurricanes Development camp from Wednesday June 26th, to Saturday June 29th. Check out the Hurricanes Development Camp roster and more HERE.

Mitchell Weeks, was called up for 4 games for the Wolves last season, playing 225 minutes and accumulating 92 saves with a save percentage of 0.86 and a goal against average of 3.998. With these numbers the 18-year-old impressed the Arizona Coyotes enough to get him put on their Development Camp Roster. The Coyotes development camp is currently underway as it is scheduled to take place from Monday June 24th, to Friday June 28th. For the Coyotes Development Camp roster and more check HERE.

Liam Ross over the last season has shown that he should be talked about with his play on the ice. He has developed well over the past two seasons with the Sudbury Wolves and is still improving his defensive game. During the 2018-19 OHL regular season he grabbed 29 points over 68 games, with a plus/minus of 30, showing that he is strong on defence. Ross has earned the attention of the Pittsburgh Penguins as he has been invited to their 2019 Development Camp. The Penguins camp is scheduled to start on Wednesday June 26th and end on Friday June 28th. For more on the Penguins Development Camp, including the roster, check HERE.

The Detroit Red Wings recently announced the roster for their Development Camp which runs from Tuesday June 25th, to Saturday June 29th. On this roster, you can find Sudbury Wolves forward Owen Robinson who had a solid 2018-19 season. He scored 41 points in 61 regular season games, and in 5 playoff games he had 6 points. His performance has clearly been noticed and his hard work is showing results. The Red Rings Development Camp roster and more can be found HERE.

The Sudbury Wolves would like to wish their players good luck and to work hard at the NHL Development Camps.

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