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Flames announce 2022 prospect development camp

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Ryan Pike
4 months ago
For the first time since the summer of 2019, the Calgary Flames are holding their annual prospect development camp. The camp will see 18 Flames prospects and 25 camp invites hit the ice for a short camp designed to give them familiarity with the organization, each other, and work on their conditioning and development a bit.
Three-time Olympic gold medallist Rebecca Johnston will be a guest coach at the camp.
Here’s a rundown of the players coming to camp:

Goaltenders

Cooper BlackTry-outNanaimo (BCHL)
Croix KochendorferTry-outChippewa (NAHL)
Patrick LeaverTry-outOshawa (OHL)
Matthew KieperTry-outRegina (WHL)
Non-Heat prospects not attending: Daniil Chechelev, Arsenii Sergeev

Defencemen

Dylan AnhornTry-outUnion College (NCAA)
Jake Boltmann2020 third-rounderNotre Dame (NCAA)
Caeden CarlisleTry-outSault Ste. Marie (OHL)
Mikael DiotteTry-outDrummondville (QMJHL)
Aiden DubinskyTry-outTri-City (USHL)
Cole Jordan2021 fifth-rounderMoose Jaw (WHL)
Yan Kuznetsov2020 second-rounderSaint John (QMJHL)
Stockton (AHL)
Simon LavigneTry-outBlainville-Boisbriand (QMJHL)
Jake LeeTry-outKelowna (WHL)
Jeremie Poirier2020 third-rounderSaint John (QMJHL)
Rhett RhinehartTry-outSaskatoon (WHL)
Chris SedoffTry-outRed Deer (WHL)
Trevor ThurstonTry-outPrince Albert (WHL)
Mason WardTry-outBrandon (WHL)
Cameron Whynot2021 third-rounderHalifax (QMJHL)

Forwards

Jack Beck2021 sixth-rounderOttawa (OHL)
Parker Bell2022 fifth-rounderTri-City (WHL)
Evan BoucherTry-outHalifax (QMJHL)
Brockville (CCHL)
Braeden BowmanTry-outGuelph (OHL)
Lucas Ciona2021 sixth-rounderSeattle (WHL)
Elias CohenTry-outErie (OHL)
Matt Coronato2021 first-rounderHarvard (NCAA)
United States (WJC)
Lucas Feuk2019 fourth-rounderVasterviks IK (Allsvenskan)
Nybro Vikings IK (HockeyEttan)
Vasby IK (HockeyEttan)
Max GrahamTry-outKelowna (WHL)
Landen HookeyTry-outSault Ste. Marie (OHL)
Cole Huckins2021 third-rounderAcadie-Bathurst (QMJHL)
Jagger JoshuaTry-outMichigan State (NCAA)
Rory Kerins2020 sixth-rounderSault Ste. Marie (OHL)
Stockton (AHL)
Adam KlapkaFree agent signingBili Tygri Liberec (Extraliga)
HC Benatky nad Jizerou (1.Liga)
Cade Littler2022 seventh-rounderWenatchee (BCHL)
Ilya Nikolaev2019 third-rounderTri-City (USHL)
Stockton (AHL)
Josh Nodler2019 fifth-rounderMichigan State (NCAA)
Billy NorcrossTry-outCushing Academy (USHS)
Topi Ronni2022 second-rounderTappara (Liiga/U20)
Finland (Hlinka/U18)
William Stromgren2021 second-rounderRogle BK (SHL/J20)
Gleb VeremyevTry-outLincoln (USHL)
Cooper WalkerTry-outGuelph (OHL)
Liam WalshTry-outMerrimack College (NCAA)
Carter WilkieTry-outRochester Inst. of Tech. (NCAA)
Non-Heat prospects not attending: Demetrios Koumontzis, Mitchell Mattson
Players who were with Stockton at the end of last season were exempted from this camp, with the exceptions of Kerins and Nikolaev (who only joined the Heat for the playoffs).
The camp is a short one, with a lot of focus on off-ice development and on-ice skills and conditioning. There’s just three days of on-ice involved at Seven Chiefs Sportsplex in the Tsuut’ina Nation starting on Tuesday morning, culminating with a controlled scrimmage on Thursday.

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