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Young Bruins Campers Arrive at Ristuccia

Bruins hopefuls are off to summer camp beginning Tuesday morning at Ristuccia Arena in Wilmington for the team’s annual Development Camp. On-ice sessions begin Wednesday and run through Saturday. These sessions are open to the public. A more detailed schedule is available on the team’s official site.

Highlighting the prospects expected to showcase their talents this week are Boston’s last three first-round selections, 20-year-old centerman Zach Hamill, University of Denver standout Joe Colborne, and this year’s first-rounder, Jordan Caron.

The Full Roster

Forwards: Jamie Arniel, Scott Campbell, Jordan Caron, Joe Colborne, Mark Goggin, Jason Lawrence, Jeff LoVecchio, Zach Hamill, Lane MacDermid, Tyler Randell, Yannick Riendeau, Max Sauve, Ben Sexton.

Defensemen: Yuri Alexandrov, Ryan Button, Tommy Cross, Alain Goulet, Mark Isherwood, Rob Kwiet, Brady Lamb, Zach McKelvie, Tyler Ludwig.

Goaltenders: Adam Courchaine, Matt Dalton, Michael Hutchinson.

*Cross (knee), Riendeau (shoulder), and McKelvie (shoulder) will attend camp, but not participate, due to injury.

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