CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard men's ice hockey program will send nine current players to NHL Development Camps this week, with three former players invited to NHL prospect camps as well.
The NHL camps, which do not affect student-athletes NCAA eligibility, are designed to give players the experience of an NHL training camp. Team draft picks, prospects, and free agent invitees participate in on-ice practice and scrimmage sessions, medical and fitness testing and meetings and seminars, as well as off-ice team-building activities.
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The following Harvard players have been announced as attendees at NHL Development Camps this summer:
Arizona Coyotes (John Farinacci)
NorthJersey.com: What got New Jersey native John Farinacci to the NHL Draft
Arizona Coyotes: John Farinacci Selected By Coyotes
The Athletic: Coyotes 3rd-rounder John Farinacci's competitive fires have fueled him through adversity
Buffalo Sabres (Michael Lackey)
Carolina Hurricanes (Jack Drury)
Raleigh News & Observer: Hurricanes prospect Jack Drury is a 'coach's dream.' But he still wants to be better
New Jersey Devils (Reilly Walsh)
Toronto Maple Leafs (Nick Abruzzese)
Toronto Maple Leafs: Leafs Development Camp – Abruzzese Interview
EditorinLeaf.com: Toronto Maple Leafs Countdown to Camp - Nick Abruzzese
Times Herald-Record: Minisink grad's hard work rewarded in NHL Draft
Winnipeg Jets (Austin Wong)
Vancouver Canucks (Henry Bowlby)