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06-27-2012, 07:46 PM
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Originally Posted by Ola View Post
I dont really get the scrimmaging in late June. At all. They should be doing alot of heavy lifting, not trying to impress...
It makes complete sense to me. The prospects still need to work on their game during the summer, and the Development Camp gives them the opportunity to do that with people that they could potentially be playing with in the NHL. It also give the scouts the chance to see what they have, and gives them an idea of which players could be ready to play next season. It also helps management figure out what types of players they need to get during the offseason.

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