Several Union hockey players in NHL development camps
The Union men's hockey team is well represented at NHL prospect camps.
Goalie Troy Grosenick is in the New York Rangers' camp, which is underway. Forwards Daniel Carr and Wayne Simpson are in the Boston Bruins' camp, which started today and runs through Monday.
Two Dutchmen defensemen will be in the Philadelphia Flyers' camp. Shayne Gostisbehere, who was selected in the third round of last Saturday's NHL draft, and Greg Coburn will participate in the camp, which runs July 9-15 in Voorhees, N.J. Coburn's brother, Brayden, is a defenseman for the Flyers.
Forward Josh Jooris is in the Vancouver Canucks' camp, which starts Friday.
Defenseman Mat Bodie is expected to attend the Chicago Blackhawks' camps July 9-13.
Incoming Dutchmen defenseman Tim Boyle will be in the Ottawa Senators' camp, which is underway. The Senators drafted Boyle in the fourth round.
Ex-Dutchmen center Jeremy Welsh is in the Carolina Hurricanes' camp. Welsh signed with the Hurricanes shortly after the Dutchmen lost to Ferris State in the NCAA Frozen Four semifinal April 5.