Thursday, 16 September 2010

Wheat Kings' Pro Camp Update

The Traverse City Prospect Tournament concluded Wednesday.

Jay Fehr, Carson McMillan and the Minnesota Wild prospects won the tournament, beating Brent Raedeke and the Detroit prospects 3-1 in the final.

Fehr finished with one goal and two points in three games with the Wild while McMillan was pointless in four games and Raedeke had one goal and two points in four contests.

Meanwhile, Brandon Wheat Kings' forward Scott Glennie (above left) had one goal in four games with the Dallas Stars' team at the tournament.

Glennie will open training camp with the Stars in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island this weekend.

The Dallas Morning News wrote a piece on Glennie in their Wednesday edition. You can check it out by clicking here.

By the way, Matt Calvert had one assist in three games with the Columbus prospect team in Traverse City.

In other news for Wheat Kings at pro camps...

- Brayden Schenn (knee) continues to do some light skating at the LA Kings' Rookie Camp but is awaiting the all-clear to get back to full speed. There's hope that could happen for the start of the Kings' main camp this Saturday.

- Mark Stone has been held over for the start of the Ottawa Senators' main camp Friday. Stone and other sens' prospects had played in a rookie tournament in London, Ontario earlier this week.

- Michael Ferland continues to be a spectator at Calgary Flames' rookie camp. Ferland hasn't been able to participate because of a knee injury suffered in Wheat Kings' training camp. The Flames prospects conclude their participation in the Top Stars Tournament in Penticton on Thursday.

- David Toews remains with the Islanders though he isn't participating in New York's rookie games in Boston because of a shoulder injury. There is no word on the severity of the injury, which probably means it's fairly minor.

- Brodie Melnychuk is expected to return to Brandon later this week. Melnychuk skated with anaheim during the Top Stars tournament in Penticton this week but will not attend the Ducks' main camp.

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