Wild draftees, prospects gather for annual Development Camp

Updated: June 25, 2019 11:45 PM

The best and brightest prospects in the Minnesota Wild system are gathered at the TRIA RInk in St Paul for the team's annual Prospect Development Camp.

Among the attendees are thie year's draftees - led by 1st round pick Matt Boldy and 2nd round pick Hunter Smith, as well as former draftees and free agent invitees.

Click the video box on this page to see interviews with 2019 top picks Matt Boldy and Hunter Smith as well as 2018's 1st-round pick Filip Johansson and late-season signee / 2019 Hobey Baker finalist Nico Sturm

Among the attendees are a handful of local players. Former Gophers Tyler Sheehy (invitee), Jack Sadek (2015 draft pick) and Mat Robson (recent free agent signee) are joined by Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs Louie Roehl (invitee) and Nick Swaney (2017 draft pick) and Edina-native and Notre Dame-grad Dylan Malmquist (invitee).

Click here to see the full roster for the Wild's 2019 Prospect Development Camp

Thursday's practice session is open to the public.  It runs from 9:20 a.m. to around noon at the TRIA Rink.  Forwards will skate first, then defensemen.

Camp concludes with the annual 3-on-3 tournament Friday night at 6:30 p.m. with a player autograph session to follow.

More info here, via Wild.com.

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