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losingsand 06-23-2012 03:43 PM

Development Camp 2012 July 6th-10th
 
The draft how now concluded, and after spending the last night and this morning reading about our new prospects, I'm more than eager to see these players at Kings Development camp.

Question now is WHEN is it going to take place?

I've also noticed a scaling back on the days of this camp... from one week, to 5 days... and now i think it's 3 days.

hope it goes back to at least 5 days.

EDIT:

Schedule:

2012 Development Camp Schedule

Friday, July 6:
On-Ice Workout: Forwards – 8 a.m.; Defensemen/Goalies – 9:40 a.m.; Both Groups – 3:15 p.m.

Saturday, July 7:
On-Ice Workout: Defensemen/Goalies – 8 a.m.; Forwards – 9:40 a.m.; Both Groups – 3:15 p.m.

Sunday, July 8:
On-Ice Workout: Forwards – 8 a.m.; Defensemen/Goalies – 9:40 a.m.; Both Groups – 3:15 p.m.

Monday, July 9 (MEDIA DAY):
On-Ice Workout: Defensemen/Goalies – 8 a.m.; Forwards – 9:40 a.m.; Both Groups – 3:15 p.m.

Tuesday, July 10:
On-Ice Workout: Forwards – 8 a.m.; Defensemen/Goalies – 9:40 a.m.; Both Groups – 3:15 p.m.

CNS 06-23-2012 04:02 PM

Some time after July 4th. No dates announced yet. Might make my way down there. Need to go to SoCal anyway so might as well do it and see some puck.

Puck U 06-23-2012 04:08 PM

Usually it starts up the 2nd week of July.

Docgonzo 07-03-2012 02:26 AM

Just checking if anybody has heard anything more about this. I have to ask for the days off work, so I'd like them to put out dates as soon as possible.


edit: Never mind, I just read Hammond. It'll be released tomorrow.

Belanger25 07-03-2012 03:53 AM

I've heard it starts Friday.,

DaAnimal 07-03-2012 09:57 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Belanger25 (Post 52008473)
I've heard it starts Friday.,

I heard that too HMMMM


Anyway, really looking forward to it.

Fat Elvis 07-03-2012 10:40 AM

Are there invitees that go to the development camp? If s, any word on who some of these kids are?

Sydor25 07-03-2012 11:32 AM

From Mayor's Manor:

http://mayorsmanor.com/2012/07/advan...t-camp-roster/

Quote:

The central question heading into the official roster reveal is the status of four European forwards, all left wings - Maxim Kitsyn (Russian born, selected in 2010), Sweden’s Michael Schumacher (selected in 2011 and one of the real stars of Dev Camp last year), Nikolay Prokhorkin (Russian born, selected in the fourth round last month) and Tomas Hyka (Czech-born, played junior hockey in the Quebec league last season, also selected in the 2012 Draft).

Here’s a look at what the bulk of the roster is expected to look like…
Forwards:
Andy Andreoff – third round (80th overall) in 2011
Nic Dowd – seventh round (198th overall) in 2009
Joel Lowry – fifth round (140th overall) in 2011
Michael Mersch – fourth round (110th overall) in 2011
Brian O’Neill – free agent signing in 2012
Tanner Pearson – first round (30th overall) in 2012
Michael Schumacher – seventh round (200th overall) in 2011
Nicholas Shore – third round (82nd overall) in 2011
Tyler Toffoli – second round (47th overall) in 2010
Linden Vey – fourth round (96th overall) in 2009
Jordan Weal – third round (70th overall) in 2010
NOTE: the Kings had 18 forwards in camp last year, so expect a few invitees to be added to the above group
Defensemen:
Nicolas Deslauriers – third round (84th overall) in 2009
Nick Ebert – seventh round (211th overall) in 2012
Derek Forbort – first round (15th overall) in 2010
Kevin Gravel – fifth round (148th overall) in 2010
Paul LaDue – fifth round (181st overall) in 2012
Colin Miller – sixth round (151st overall) in 2012 (was a camp invitee last year)
Alex Roach – free agent signing in 2011 (was a camp invitee last year)
NOTE: the Kings had 11 defensemen in camp last year, so expect a few invitees to be added to the above group
Goalies:
J.F. Berube – fourth round (95th overall) in 2009
Chris Gibson – second round (49th overall) in 2011
Martin Jones – free agent signing in 2008

Ziggy Stardust 07-03-2012 12:14 PM

LOS ANGELES – The 2012 Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings will host their annual Development Camp at the Toyota Sports Center (TSC) in El Segundo starting Friday, July 6. The Development Camp roster (listed below) includes both players in the system, players who have been drafted but not signed by the team and other non-roster camp invitees.

All scheduled on-ice practices for Development Camp are open to the public at no charge.

Monday, July 9 will serve as Media Day for this year’s camp. Players attending this year’s camp will be made available upon request after their afternoon workout at approximately 5 p.m. on this day. This is the ONLY day players will be made available during this year’s camp.

*Participants, dates and times subject to change.

2012 Development Camp Roster

Forwards:
Andy Andreoff - third round (80th overall) in 2011
Rob Czarnik – third round (63rd overall) in 2008
Nic Dowd – seventh round (198th overall) in 2009
Barclay Goodrow – camp invitee
Tomas Hyka – sixth round (171st overall) in 2012
Joel Lowry - fifth round (140th overall) in 2011
Michael Mersch - fourth round (110th overall) in 2011
Brian O’Neill – undrafted
Tanner Pearson – first round (30th overall) in 2012
Nikolay Prokhorkin – fourth round (121st overall) in 2012
Michael Schumacher – seventh round (200th overall) in 2011
Nick Shore – third round (82nd overall) in 2011
Tyler Toffoli – second round (47th overall) in 2010
Linden Vey – fourth round (96th overall) in 2009
Jordan Weal – third round (70th overall) in 2010

Defensemen:
Nicolas Deslauriers – third round (84th overall) in 2009
Nick Ebert – seventh round (211th overall) in 2012
Derek Forbort – first round (15th overall) in 2010
Kevin Gravel - fifth round (148th overall) in 2010
Paul LaDue – sixth round (181st overall) in 2012
Kurtis MacDermid – camp invitee
Marcus McIvor – camp invitee
Colin Miller – fifth round (151st overall) in 2012
Alex Roach – undrafted

Goaltenders:
Jean-Francois Berube - fourth round (95th overall) in 2009
Chris Gibson - second round (49th overall) in 2011

2012 Development Camp Schedule

Friday, July 6:
On-Ice Workout: Forwards – 8 a.m.; Defensemen/Goalies – 9:40 a.m.; Both Groups – 3:15 p.m.

Saturday, July 7:
On-Ice Workout: Defensemen/Goalies – 8 a.m.; Forwards – 9:40 a.m.; Both Groups – 3:15 p.m.

Sunday, July 8:
On-Ice Workout: Forwards – 8 a.m.; Defensemen/Goalies – 9:40 a.m.; Both Groups – 3:15 p.m.

Monday, July 9 (MEDIA DAY):
On-Ice Workout: Defensemen/Goalies – 8 a.m.; Forwards – 9:40 a.m.; Both Groups – 3:15 p.m.

Tuesday, July 10:
On-Ice Workout: Forwards – 8 a.m.; Defensemen/Goalies – 9:40 a.m.; Both Groups – 3:15 p.m.

ZJames 07-03-2012 12:14 PM

According the the Kings facebook, it starts friday, july 6

losingsand 07-03-2012 12:30 PM

no scrimmages? no kitsyn?

AKAY47 07-03-2012 01:04 PM

No Kitsyn, I think that's the biggest name missing

losingsand 07-03-2012 01:23 PM

can't wait to see this year's draftees.

out of last years class that impressed me at dev camp was Michael Schumacher. Huge dude with good hands, and still very young.
shore /mersch / andreoff all are solid as well.

looking forward to prorkhorkin and hyka. see you friday.
looks like we'll need to have a ton more invites.

TwoForRoughing 07-03-2012 01:26 PM

No Kitsyn?

Also, it only lists on-ice workouts. Will there be any scrimmages or something?

Sybil227 07-03-2012 01:29 PM

A look at a few camp invitees:

Barclay Goodrow
http://www.coppernblue.com/2011/6/20...ct-oilers-pick

Marcus McIvor
http://theprospectblog.com/tag/marcus-mcivor/
Quote:

McIvor had an up and down season for the Battalion. He showed good positional play and was effective down low and along the boards. He was one of the Battalions strongest defenceman down low, and effective at controlling gaps in own zone. He did not progress offensively as much as he would have wanted this year, which has raised questions about his long-term offensive upside. Projects out as a bottom paring defensive defenceman at the next level

Reaper45 07-03-2012 01:41 PM

Goodrow seems like a kid who could play the Kings style easily. Poor skater at the moment but could be a powerforward in the future. Think Trent Hunter in his heyday. Definately could be a Kings signing for sure.



Tell him not to fight.


Reaper45 07-03-2012 01:44 PM

MacDermid is a big kid who was a rookie in Owen Sound this year. Nice little tilt here.


Herby 07-03-2012 01:55 PM

I don't know about Kitsyn long term, he ruined a key year in development by leaving/being forced to leave St. Mike's, then he had a terrible year in the KHL, he will be 21 later this year, so he isn't getting any younger. He will be almost 22 by the time he even gets back over to NA and has to adjust to the pro game here. This is the tough part about drafting Russians who aren't committed to coming over like Voynov and Loktionov were.

Will be interested to see how Forbort looks, by this stage of his development he should be dominating camps like this. I'd like to see Forbort have a nice camp, start to dominate games at the NCAA level and maybe sign with the Kings at the end of the season and get in a couple of games, that should be the goal.

Keep an eye on the two Mike's. Mersch and Schumacher. Mersch a Chicago kid has a chance to be a quality, speedy, pest type player at the NHL level. Was noticeably better for the Badgers this season as a soph and has the look of a potential NHL player. Schumacher, got a chance to see him play last season in the OHL. Big guy, very raw, certainly has the size. I wouldn't bet on him being an NHL player as much as I would Mersch, but sometimes these bigger guys need to just fill out and learn to use their size and reach.

Why is Rob Czarnik still being invited to development camps?

damacles1156 07-03-2012 02:45 PM

I am interested in seeing Barclay, the kid has good size. He is raw, but if he can put it together, he can turn into a solid Power forward.

TwoForRoughing 07-03-2012 02:46 PM

Definitely interested to see Derek Forbort in this year's camp. I expect him to be a man among boys. He's battled injuries and all, but there are no excuses this time around.

damacles1156 07-03-2012 02:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GoKingsGoo (Post 52035525)
Definitely interested to see Derek Forbort in this year's camp. I expect him to be a man among boys. He's battled injuries and all, but there are no excuses this time around.

The Kid is 20, he is a long term project. He is realistically still about three years away. He still has at least one more year at ND( two most likely) , then he has to spend at least two more at the AHL level playing Men.

Defensive players like Drew Doughty are once in a lifetime.

Herby 07-03-2012 02:57 PM

I don't think the Kings want Forbort playing a senior season for UND, because then he could become an UFA like Schultz. And while Forbort is no Schultz, there would still be demand for him.

Hopefully he finally starts to dominate this season and is ready to turn pro this spring.

damacles1156 07-03-2012 03:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Herby (Post 52036289)
I don't think the Kings want Forbort playing a senior season for UND, because then he could become an UFA like Schultz. And while Forbort is no Schultz, there would still be demand for him.

Hopefully he finally starts to dominate this season and is ready to turn pro this spring.

Highly doubt Forbort pulls what Schultz did. But you never know.

TwoForRoughing 07-03-2012 03:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by damacles1156 (Post 52035741)
The Kid is 20, he is a long term project. He is realistically still about three years away. He still has at least one more year at ND , then he has to spend at least two more at the AHL level playing Men.

Defensive players like Drew Doughty are once in a lifetime.

Agreed, but this is gonna be his third year at the camp; he's gonna be amongst the oldest guys there.

But I do agree that Forbort is still at least three years away. Realistically, he'll spend two more years at UND, and one year in Manchester for seasoning. Only then will he likely be ready.

I like Forbort's game a lot; I could see him being paired with one of Voynov/Doughty in a few years. He's a big guy (6'5) that skates very well and has a good first pass. I see him as more a of defensive defenseman, but he has decent offensive upside.

Stupid Sexy Flanders 07-03-2012 03:06 PM

I've given up on forecasting these kids, since I was absolutely convinced King and Nolan had no NHL potential.


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