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  1. Bruins Announce 2019 Development Camp Roster & Schedule All on-ice sessions at Warrior Ice Arena are free and open to the public by Boston Bruins @NHLBruins / Boston Bruins 3:56 PM Facebook Share Twitter Share Link Share Email Share BOSTON - The Boston Bruins announced today, June 25, their roster, practice schedule and media availability for the Bruins' 13th annual Development Camp at Warrior Ice Arena. Please note roster, practice times and availability are subject to change. The Bruins Development Camp will be held from Wednesday, June 26 through Friday, June 28. All on-ice sessions of the Bruins Development Camp are open to the public and the media. The Development Camp participants will also partake in three community events on Thursday, June 27. A group of prospects will visit Franciscan Children's Hospital at 2:30 p.m., while another group visits Woburn Public Library for a Bruins Summer Reading Kickoff at 3 p.m. The final group of prospects will remain at Warrior Ice Arena to assist with a Northeast Passage Sled Hockey Clinic at 2:30 p.m. The Development Camp roster features 34 players, including 21 forwards, 8 defensemen and 5 goaltenders. The roster includes 19 players within the Bruins organization and 15 players who will attend on an invite basis. The roster also includes players from six different countries: United States (20), Canada (5), Sweden (4), Czech Republic (3), Finland (1), Russia (1). The average age of all attendees is 20.1 years old. BOSTON BRUINS 2019 DEVELOPMENT CAMP ROSTER: (Players are listed in alphabetical order by last name) Forwards: Samuel Asselin, Jack Becker, John Beecher, Matt Brown*, Nathan Burke*, Casey Dornbach*, Curtis Hall, Mike Hardman*, Jakub Lauko, Matias Mantykivi, Drew O'Connor*, Quinn Olson, Justin Richards*, Linus Sandin*, Jake Schmaltz, Pavel Shen, Oskar Steen, Jack Studnicka, Nate Sucese*, Nolan Walker*, Marek Zachar* Defensemen: Axel Andersson, Victor Berglund, Cameron Clarke, Brandon Estes*, Josh Maniscalco*, Dustyn McFaul, Nick Wolff*, Cooper Zech Goaltenders: James Corcoran*, Taylor Gauthier*, Kyle Keyser, Jeremy Swayman, Dan Vladar *Indicates attendance to Development Camp is on an invite basis BOSTON BRUINS 2019 DEVELOPMENT CAMP SCHEDULE: (Locations and times are subject to change) Wednesday, June 26 (Warrior Ice Arena, Brighton, MA) -On-ice session (Group A), 11 a.m. -On-ice session (Group B), 12 p.m. -On-ice session (Group C), 1 p.m. Thursday, June 27 (Warrior Ice Arena, Brighton, MA) -On-ice session (Group A), 10:30 a.m. -On-ice session (Group A & B), 11:15 a.m. -On-ice session (Group B), 12:15 p.m. Friday, June 28 (Warrior Ice Arena, Brighton, MA) -On-ice session, 10:15 a.m.
  2. Jakob Pelletier, LW, Moncton (QMJHL)NHL Central Scouting: No. 27 (North American skaters)Pelletier (5-9, 165) was seventh in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League with 89 points (39 goals, 50 assists) and scored nine power-play goals in 65 games. He possesses elite hockey sense and can out-think opponents to beat them to open areas of the ice.
  3. Vegas Golden Knights - Peyton Krebs, C, Kootenay (WHL)NHL Central Scouting: No. 10 (North American skaters)Krebs (5-11, 183) had surgery June 7 to repair a partial tear to his Achilles tendon sustained during an on-ice workout, and it's likely he'll be off the ice summer during his recovery. He had 10 points (six goals, four assists) in seven games as captain for Canada at the 2019 IIHF World U-18 Championship. The left-handed shot plays with great energy and can finish plays. He led Kootenay with 68 points (19 goals, 49 assists), 26 power-play points (eight goals, 18 assists), three shootout goals and 538 face-off wins in 64 games. He was named player of the game for Team Don Cherry at the 2019 CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game on Jan. 24 after he had a goal and an assist.
  4. John Beecher, C, USA U-18 (NTDP)NHL Central Scouting ranking: No. 49 (North American skaters)Beecher (6-3, 212) was a bit overlooked because of the top talent ahead of him on the USA Hockey National Team Development Program Under-18 team, but his superior speed, especially for his size, allowed him to get up and down the ice and protect the puck in tight. He had 39 points (12 goals, 27 assists) in 56 games despite not seeing first-unit power-play time. He'll continue to develop his game at the University of Michigan next season.
  5. 2019 NHL Draft* Subject to changeRound 1 (30th overall) John Beecher, C, USA U-18 (NTDP)Round 3 (92nd overall) Quinn Olson, LWRound 5 (154th overall) Roman Bychkov, DRound 6 (185th overall) Matias Mantykivi, FRound 7 (192nd overall) Jake Schmaltz, F
  6. After season #1... Not for that Price, and over paid for Braun as well....
  7. Rangers acquire defenceman Trouba from Jets
  8. Boston Bruins Sign Samuel Asselin
  9. Round #1 (13th overall) Spencer KnightRound # 2 (37th overall) Mads SogaardRound #2 (59th overall) Hunter JonesRound # 3 (67th overall) Erik PortilloRound # 3 (71st overall) Hugo AlnefeltRound # 5 (135th overall) Isaiah SavilleRound # 5 (148th overall) Ethan HaiderRound # 7 (214th overall) Dustin Wolf, G
  10. :bos: 2019 NHL Draft Picks * Subject to change Draft Tracker [Hidden Content] :bos: First round picks the last 5 years 2014 1st Round (25th overall) David Pastrnak, LW 2015 (13th overall) Jakub Zboril D (14th overall) Jake DeBrusk LW (15th overall) Zachary Senyshyn RW 2016 1st Round (14th overall) Charlie McAvoy D 2017 1st Round (18th overall) Urho Vaakanainen, D 2018 None First selection was... Axel Andersson | D | 2nd Round, 57th Overall The 6-foot, 178-pound native of Sweden, who was the 27th-ranked European skater, according to NHL Central Scouting, skated with Djugardens IF J20 last season, producing 6 goals and 25 assists (first on team) for 31 points in 42 games
  11. 2019 NHL Draft* Subject to changeRound 1 (17th overall) Peyton Krebs, C, Kootenay (WHL)Round 2 (41st overall) Kaedan Korczak,D, KELOWNA (WHL)Round 2 (48th overall) Artemi Kniazev, DRound 3 (79th overall) Pavel Dorofeyev, LW Round 3 (86th overall) Layton Ahac, DRound 4 (110th overall) Ryder Donovan, RWRound 5 (135th overall) Isaiah Saville, GRound 5 (139th overall) Marcus Kallionkieli, FRound 5 (141st overall) Mason Primeau, C
  12. First round picks the last 5 seasons... Below are all of Vegas' 1st round draft picks since 2017 by round with their 2018-19 team/status. 1st round picks 2017: Cody Glass, 6th overall, Portland Winterhawks (WHL)/Chicago Wolves (AHL) 2017: Nick Suzuki, 13th overall, Traded to Montreal Canadiens in Max Pacioretty trade 2017: Erik Brannstrom, 15th overall, Traded to Ottawa Senators in Mark Stone trade 2018 (None)
  13. 2019 NHL Draft* Subject to changeRound 1 (26th overall) Jakob Pelletier, LW, Moncton (QMJHL)Round 3 (88th overall) Ilya Nikolaev, CRound 4 (116th overall) Lucas Feuk, CRound 5 (150th overall) Joshua Nodler, FRound 7 (214th overall) Dustin Wolf, G
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