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31 former and current BCHL players participate in NHL development camps

With the Stanley Cup having been awarded in July and with less time off in order to get back on a regular schedule, it has been another unusual offseason in the NHL. This has affected NHL development camps which typically take place over the summer months, soon after the draft.

This year, teams have taken different approaches, but all but two are at least holding some sort of development camp, rookie camp or mini camp ahead of their main training camp later this month.

There are 31 former and current BCHL players who are participating in camps throughout the NHL this year.

The Edmonton Oilers have four former BCHL players on their rookie camp list to lead the way, while another eight teams have two alumni from the league at their camps. 20 of the NHL’s 30 teams who are holding camps have at least one BCHL representative on the ice.

The six former Wenatchee Wild players at camps are the most of any BCHL team this year.

Here is a full list of players attending camps:

Buffalo Sabres

Matthew Cairns (Powell River Kings)

Calgary Flames

Colton Poolman (Penticton Vees)

Chicago Blackhawks

Mike Hardman (West Kelowna Warriors)
Kale Howarth (Trail Smoke Eaters)

Colorado Avalanche

Miles Gendron (Penticton Vees)
Alex Newhook (Victoria Grizzlies)

Columbus Blue Jackets

Tristan Mullin (Powell River Kings)
Peter Reynolds (Chilliwack Chiefs)

Dallas Stars

Jordan Kawaguchi (Chilliwack Chiefs)
Adam Scheel (Penticton Vees)

Detroit Red Wings

Adam Brubacher (Powell River Kings/Prince George Spruce Kings)

Edmonton Oilers

Devin Brosseau (Nanaimo Clippers)
Yanni Kaldis (Nanaimo Clippers)
Josh Prokop (Vernon Vipers)
Henry Rybinski (Coquitlam Express)

Los Angeles Kings

Quinn Emerson (Wenatchee Wild)*

Minnesota Wild

Trevin Kozlowski (Salmon Arm Silverbacks)

Nashville Predators

Alexander Campbell (Victoria Grizzlies)
Devin Cooley (Wenatchee Wild)

New York Rangers

Zach Giuttari (Chilliwack Chiefs)

Ottawa Senators

Angus Crookshank (Langley Rivermen)

Philadelphia Flyers

Cooper Zech (Wenatchee Wild)

Pittsburgh Penguins

Will Reilly (Nanaimo Clippers)
Lukas Svejkovsky (Wenatchee Wild)

St. Louis Blues

Tyson Galloway (Merritt Centennials)

San Jose Sharks

Kyle Topping (Cowichan Valley Capitals)
Jasper Weatherby (Wenatchee Wild)

Tampa Bay Lightning

Odeen Tufto (Vernon Vipers)
Avery Winslow (Wenatchee Wild)

Toronto Maple Leafs

Christian Fitzgerald (Surrey Eagles)

Vegas Golden Knights

Layton Ahac (Prince George Spruce Kings)

*On a current BCHL roster