Boston Bruins Development Camp Roster Announced
Now that the 2012 NHL draft has ended and the Boston Bruins have made their new selections, it’s time for the new kids to attend the sixth annual Boston Bruins Development Camp.
There are 29 total players on the roster for the camp, which starts on June 28. There are 15 forwards, eight defensemen and six goalies. Here is a full list of everyone on the camp roster by position.
Forwards: Darik Angeli, Anthony Camara, Colin Campbell, Daniel Carr, Justin Courtnall, Brian Ferlin, Justin Florek, Seth Griffith, Colton Hargrove, Alex Khokhlachev, Jared Knight, Cody Payne, Ben Sexton, Wayne Simpson, Ryan Spooner
Defensemen: Matt Benning, Chris Casto, Tommy Cross, Matthew Grzelcyk, Dougie Hamilton, Torey Krug, Robbie O’Gara, Zach Trotman
Goaltenders: Zane Gothberg, Parker Milner, Adam Morrison, Malcolm Subban, Niklas Svedberg, Lars Volden
Notice that all six of the Bruins’ most recent draftees are on the list as well as seven guys who aren’t in the Boston prospect system, but play college hockey. Those seven non-prospects are Angeli, Campbell, Carr, Courtnall, Milner and Simpson.
Milner is notable because he helped backstop the Boston College Eagles all the way to the NCAA national championship, which they won after defeating Ferris State University. Courtnall plays for Boston University, the Eagles’ intown rival. Simpson is from Massachusetts and, as part of the Union College Dutchmen, went to the Frozen Four–the first time ever for the Dutchmen.
Development camp runs through July 2. On-ice practices are open to the public. There will also be two on-ice scrimmages on July 1 and 2. All events are at Ristuccia Arena and all times are Eastern.
June 28: On-ice practice, 10:30 a.m.
June 29: On-ice practice, 11:00 a.m.; on-ice power skating, 12:45 p.m.
June 30: On-ice power skating, 10:30 a.m.; on-ice practice, 11:45 a.m.
July 1: On-ice practice/scrimmage, 11:00 a.m.
July 2: On-ice power skating, 10:00 a.m.; On-ice scrimmage, 10:45 a.m.
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