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BURNABY, B.C. – The final two NHL teams announced their 2021 training camp rosters today and a total of 48 BCHL alumni will be participating in camps across the league.

The highest amount of BCHL representation can be found on the Detroit Red Wings roster where five former players from the league are listed. Five other NHL teams have three alums at camp.

24 of the 31 teams have at least one former BCHL player on their roster.

Training camps will take place over the next week or so and then teams will need to cut down to their final rosters ahead of opening night of the NHL schedule on Jan. 13.

Here is a full list of BCHL alums participating in 2021 NHL training camps.

Anaheim Ducks

Derek Grant – Langley Chiefs
Danton Heinen – Surrey Eagles
Josh Manson – Salmon Arm Silverbacks

Buffalo Sabres

Steven Fogarty – Penticton Vees
Matt Irwin – Nanaimo Clippers

Calgary Flames

Colton Poolman – Penticton Vees
Milan Lucic – Coquitlam Express

Carolina Hurricanes

Sheldon Rempal – Nanaimo Clippers
Jason Cotton – West Kelowna Warriors

Chicago Blackhawks

Duncan Keith – Penticton Panthers

Colorado Avalanche

Hunter Miska – Penticton Vees
Devon Toews – Surrey Eagles
Tyson Jost – Penticton Vees

Columbus Blue Jackets

Zac Dalpe – Penticton Vees
Riley Nash – Salmon Arm Silverbacks
Brad Thiessen – Prince George/Merritt/Penticton

Dallas Stars

Jamie Benn – Victoria Grizzlies

Detroit Red Wings

Taro Hirose – Salmon Arm Silverbacks
Dennis Cholowski – Chilliwack Chiefs
Danny Dekeyser – Trail Smoke Eaters
Troy Stecher – Penticton Vees
Kevin Boyle – Westside Warriors

Edmonton Oilers

Jujhar Khaira – Prince George Spruce Kings
Kyle Turris – Burnaby Express

Florida Panthers

Chase Priskie – Salmon Arm Silverbacks

Minnesota Wild

Brandon Duhaime – Merritt Centennials
Brad Hunt – Burnaby Express
Andrew Hammond – Surrey Eagles/Vernon Vipers

Montreal Canadiens

Jake Lucchini – Trail Smoke Eaters
Carey Price – Quesnel Millionaires

Nashville Predators

Colton Sissons – Westside Warriors
Ryan Johansen – Penticton Vees
Dante Fabbro – Penticton Vees

New Jersey Devils

Travis Zajac – Salmon Arm Silverbacks
Ben Street – Salmon Arm Silverbacks

New York Islanders

Andrew Ladd – Coquitlam Express

Ottawa Senators

Mike Reilly – Penticton Vees

Pittsburgh Penguins

Brandon Tanev – Surrey Eagles

St. Louis Blues

Tyler Bozak – Victoria Grizzlies
Curtis McKenzie – Penticton Vees

Tampa Bay Lightning

Jack Finley – West Kelowna Warriors

Toronto Maple Leafs

Alex Kerfoot – Coquitlam Express

Vancouver Canucks

Jordie Benn – Victoria Grizzlies
Josh Teves – Merritt Centennials

Washington Capitals

Daniel Carr – Powell River Kings
Justin Schultz – Westside Warriors

Winnipeg Jets

Laurent Brossoit – Cowichan Valley Capitals
Cole Kehler – Merritt Centennials


About the BCHL:

Sending more players on to college hockey every season than any other hockey league in Canada, the BCHL has established itself as a national leader in the development of young student athletes. Considering today’s NHL features more NCAA alumni than ever before, Junior A hockey is fast rivaling other leagues in North America as a breeding ground for the sport’s most elite and successful players. Last year alone, there were 196 BCHL players who received scholarships to top schools in the U.S. and Canada.