Raiders have profile at WHL U.S. Prospects Camp
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan - Three members of the Prince Albert Raiders organization assisted the Western Hockey League in their 5th annual U.S. Prospects camp in Anaheim, California over this past weekend. The prospects worked out at the Anaheim Ice Facility, the practice ice for the Anaheim Ducks of the NHL.
Raider Head Coach and General Manager Bruno Campese was a coach for one of the four teams assisted by Athletic Therapist Duane Bartley and Raider winger Colin Reddin of Corona Del Mar, California.
The WHL U.S. Prospects Camp provides a unique opportunity for U.S. born hockey players to participate with other top ranked 1995 born players in the only evaluation camp conducted by the Western Hockey League in southern California this season. The WHL is the largest Major Junior Hockey League in North America and is a leading supplier of player talent to the National Hockey League. Virtually all of our WHL 22 Member Clubs will have scouts in attendance to evaluate player's ability to play in one of the world's finest development League for junior aged players.
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