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74 current and former BCHL players to take part in NHL Development Camps

Photo credits: Jamie Schwaberow/Clarkson Creative via Denver Athletics (Rizzo), Garrett James Photography (Jugnauth, Serdachny)

UPDATED: Thursday, July 11 at 1:05 p.m.

The NHL Draft took place last week and teams wasted no time in announcing rosters for upcoming development camps in the days after. This year, there are 74 current and former BCHL players who will attend camps across the league.

30 of 32 NHL teams announced camp rosters over the past several days with more to come in the near future.

The majority of camps take place this week and rosters are made up of draft picks, signees and invited players.

The Vegas Golden Knights lead the way with eight current and former BCHL players, while the Calgary Flames have six and the Washington Capitals have five.

See below for the full list of current and former BCHL players on NHL development camp rosters with information on the player’s current team as well as their BCHL team.

Arizona Coyotes

Seth Eisele (G) – Lake Superior State University (NCAA)/Wenatchee Wild
Chris Jandric (D) – University of North Dakota (NCAA)/Vernon Vipers
Austin Roden (G) – Providence College (NCAA)/Merritt Centennials

Buffalo Sabres

Matteo Costantini (F) – University of North Dakota (NCAA)/Penticton Vees*
Zach Metsa (D) – Quinnipiac University (NCAA)/Merritt Centennials
Kohen Olischefski – Rochester Americans (AHL)/Chilliwack Chiefs

Calgary Flames

Dylan Anhorn (D) – Union College (NCAA)/Prince George Spruce Kings
Nathan Airey (G) – Cranbrook Bucks
Cooper Black (G) – Dartmouth College (NCAA)/Nanaimo Clippers
Cade Littler (F) – Wenatchee Wild
Billy Norcross (F) – Penticton Vees
Carter Wilkie (F) – Rochester Institute of Technology (NCAA)/Chilliwack Chiefs/West Kelowna Warriors

Carolina Hurricanes

Massimo Rizzo (F) – University of Denver (NCAA)/Penticton Vees/Coquitlam Express/Chilliwack Chiefs
Cade Webber (D) – Boston University (NCAA)/Penticton Vees

Chicago Blackhawks

Slava Demin (D) – University of Massachusetts (NCAA)/Wenatchee Wild

Colorado Avalanche

Matthew Stienburg (F) – Cornell University (NCAA)/West Kelowna Warriors*

Columbus Blue Jackets

Kent Johnson (F) – Columbus Blue Jackets (NHL)/Trail Smoke Eaters
Owen Sillinger (F) – Cleveland Monsters (AHL)/Penticton Vees

Dallas Stars

Jack Bar (D) – Harvard University (NCAA)/Penticton Vees*
PJ Fletcher (F) – Miami University (NCAA)/Wenatchee Wild
Ayrton Martino (F) – Clarkson University (NCAA)/Chilliwack Chiefs*
Ryan Sandelin (F) – Minnesota State University (NCAA)/Penticton Vees

Detroit Red Wings

Drew Bavaro (D) – University of Notre Dame (NCAA)/Wenatchee Wild
Kienan Draper (F) – Chilliwack Chiefs
Cooper More (D) – University of North Dakota (NCAA)/Chilliwack Chiefs
A.J. Vanderbeck (F) – Northern Michigan University (NCAA)/Wenatchee Wild

Edmonton Oilers

Skyler Brind’Amour (F) – Quinnipiac University (NCAA)/Chilliwack Chiefs
Hudson Thornton (D) – Prince George Cougars (WHL)/Chilliwack Chiefs

Florida Panthers

Carter Berger (D) – Western Michigan University (NCAA)/Victoria Grizzlies

Los Angeles Kings

Braden Doyle (D) – Northeastern University (NCAA)/Penticton Vees
Quinn Emerson (F) – Bowling Green State University (NCAA)/Wenatchee Wild
Lukas Sillinger (F) – Arizona State University (NCAA)/Penticton Vees
Taylor Ward (F) – Ontario Reign (AHL)/Penticton Vees

Minnesota Wild

Hobie Hedquist (G) – Alberni Valley Bulldogs
Ryan McGuire (F) – Colgate University (NCAA)/Penticton Vees

Montreal Canadiens

Ryan Hopkins (D) – Penticton Vees
Connor Joyce (D) – Boston College (NCAA)/West Kelowna Warriors*
Nick Rhéaume (F) – Prince George Spruce Kings

Nashville Predators

Alexander Campbell (F) – Clarkson University (NCAA)/Victoria Grizzlies

New York Rangers

Riley Hughes (F) – Northeastern University (NCAA)/Victoria Grizzlies

Ottawa Senators

Tyson Dyck (F) – University of Massachusetts (NCAA)/Cranbrook Bucks
Charles-Alexis Legault (D) – Quinnipiac University (NCAA)/West Kelowna Warriors
Luke Loheit (F) – University of Minnesota-Duluth (NCAA)/Penticton Vees

Philadelphia Flyers

Yaniv Perets (G) – Quinnipiac University (NCAA)/Penticton Vees
Dovar Tinling (F) – Penticton Vees

Pittsburgh Penguins

Corey Andonovski (F) – Wilkes Barre-Scranton Penguins (AHL)/Chilliwack Chiefs
Luke Devlin (F) – West Kelowna Warriors
Lukas Svejkovsky – Seattle Thunderbirds (WHL)/Wenatchee Wild

San Jose Sharks

Eli Barnett (D) – Victoria Grizzlies
Mark Gallant (F) – Dartmouth College (NCAA)/Langley Rivermen
Nolan Joyce (D) – West Kelowna Warriors
Jasper Weatherby (F) – San Jose Sharks (NHL)/Wenatchee Wild

Seattle Kraken

Tyson Jugnauth (D) – University of Wisconsin (NCAA)/West Kelowna Warriors
Ben MacDonald (F) – West Kelowna Warriors
Noah Serdachny (F) – Salmon Arm Silverbacks

St. Louis Blues

T.J. Friedmann (F) – Quinnipiac University (NCAA)/Victoria Grizzlies
Tyson Galloway (D) – Calgary Hitmen (WHL)/Merritt Centennials

Tampa Bay Lightning

Maxwell Crozier (D) – Providence College (NCAA)/Nanaimo Clippers
Jack Finley (F) – Winnipeg Ice (WHL)/West Kelowna Warriors*

Toronto Maple Leafs

Duncan Ramsay (D) – Chilliwack Chiefs
Ryan Tverberg (F) – University of Connecticut (NCAA)/Alberni Valley Bulldogs*

Vegas Golden Knights

Layton Ahac (D) – Henderson Silver Knights (AHL)/Prince George Spruce Kings
Noah De La Durantaye (D) – Princeton University (NCAA)/Coquitlam Express
Steve Holtz (D) – University of Michigan (NCAA)/Penticton Vees
Luke Krys (D) – Brown University (NCAA)/Chilliwack Chiefs*
Joey Larson (F) – Northern Michigan University (NCAA)/Chilliwack Chiefs
Nick Poisson (F) – Providence College (NCAA)/Prince George Spruce Kings
Alex Swetlikoff (F) – Everett Silvertips (WHL)/Vernon Vipers
Abram Wiebe (D) – Chilliwack Chiefs

Washington Capitals

Grant Cruikshank (F) – St. Cloud State University (NCAA)/Penticton Vees
Joaquim Lemay (D) – University of Nebraska-Omaha (NCAA)/Salmon Arm Silverbacks
Henrik Rybinski (F) – Seattle Thunderbirds (WHL)/Coquitlam Express
David Silye (F) – Minnesota State University (NCAA)/Nanaimo Clippers/Penticton Vees
Clay Stevenson (G) – Washington Capitals (NHL)/Coquitlam Express

Italics indicate the player was drafted by the team.
* indicates the player only played in the BCHL’s fall training season in 2020.


The New York Islanders have yet to announce their camp rosters, while the Winnipeg Jets have announced they will not hold a development camp this year.

NOTE: This list will be updated as the remaining camp rosters are announced.