Eight Americans to Attend NHL Development Camps

KENNEWICK, WA – Tri-City Americans Governor and General Manager, Bob Tory, is proud to announce that eight Americans players will attend NHL Developmental Camps.

Tri-City Americans’ Captain and new prospect for the Detroit Red Wings, Michael Rasmussen, will be attending the Wings’ developmental camp. Rasmussen was selected in the 1st Round, 9th overall in the NHL Draft on June 23. The Red Wings have also invited Isaac Johnson, a new signee to the Americans. The camp will run from July 7-July 11.

The Calgary Flames are bringing out their new prospect, Juuso Välimäki, after selecting him in the 1st Round, 16th overall. The Flames will be releasing camp dates soon.

Morgan Geekie, new prospect of the Carolina Hurricanes, will be attending camp. Geekie was selected in the 3rd Round, 67th overall. The camp will run from June 28-July 1.

The Anaheim Ducks are bringing out their new prospect, Kyle Olson, after picking him in the 4th Round, 122nd overall in the NHL Draft. The Ducks’ development camp takes place in July.

The Vegas Golden Knights have invited Dylan Coghlan to their camp. Coghlan attended the Detroit Red Wings’ Training camp last year. The camp will run from June 27-July 1.

The Ottawa Senators have invited Jordan Topping to their camp. Topping attended the Dallas Stars’ Training camp last year. The camp will run from June 27-July 3.

The Vancouver Canucks have invited Beck Warm to their camp. This is Warm’s first time attending an NHL Training camp.

“We are excited for our players to get these opportunities. Playing against NHL caliber players will only help them in their development and make them better players,” said Tory.

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