List of SCSU Huskies in 2022 NHL Development Camps

Micah Miller (Photo Prout)

St. Cloud, MN – With the 2022 NHL Entry Draft completed, many of the NHL teams are conducting their development camps. Here’s a list of players** with ties to St. Cloud State University that have been invited to NHL Development Camps (many starting this week):

Calgary Flames – Dylan Anhorn (Defense)

Chicago Blackhawks – Dominic Basse (Goaltender)

Colorado Avalanche – Micah Miller (Forward)

Las Vegas Knights – Cooper Wylie (Defense)

Los Angeles Kings – David Hrenak* (Goaltender)

Minnesota Wild – Jack Peart (Defense), Sam Hentges* (Forward)

Nashville Predators – Adam Ingram (Forward)

St. Louis Blues – Zach Okabe (Forward)

Seattle Kraken – Barrett Hall (Forward)

Tampa Bay Lightning – Nick Perbix* (Defense)

Toronto Maple Leafs – Veeti Miettinen (Forward)

Washington Capitals – Grant Cruikshank (Forward)

*Former Player

** List to be updated as further information is published.

For those interested in attending the Minnesota Wild Development Camp please see the information below:

2022 MINNESOTA WILD DEVELOPMENT CAMP SCHEDULE

(Practices and 3-on-3 Tournament are free and open to the public)

DATE – TIME – NOTES

Tues., July 12 – 9:20 a.m./10:50 a.m. – Team Beckman practice/Team Rossi practice

Wed., July 13 – 9:20 a.m./10:45 a.m. – Team Rossi practice/Team Beckman practice

Thu., July 14 – 6:00 p.m. – 3-on-3 Tournament

*Fans interested in attending Development Camp are required to register for each practice and 3-on-3 tournament at TRIA Rink at am.ticketmaster.com/wild/openpractices. Concessions will be available for purchase during the 3-on-3 tournament.

 

 

 

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