Tri-City Herald: California crew sticks together at Ams rookie camp

By Annie Fowler | Tri-City Herald

The Tri-City Americans rookie camp ends today with the annual Blue and White game.

The game, scheduled for 10 a.m. at Toyota Center, will showcase future Americans players. It is open to the public and free of charge.

The rookie camp has had a California flair this year, with 10 players from the Golden State. Five are from the L.A. Selects bantam team: goalie Evan Sarthou, forwards Ty Comrie and Robby Jackson, and defensemen Derin Ozturk and Joseph Thielen.

Comrie, a 2012 third-round Western Hockey League bantam pick, is the younger brother of Americans goalie Eric Comrie.

“I think it’s quite an honor to be here with him,” Ty Comrie said of his brother. “He has been a big help. He knows what to do and what it’s like. I’ve had a lot of fun here.”

Comrie and his L.A. Selects teammates have been on the Gold team during camp, which Comrie said has made the experience more enjoyable.



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