His poise and composure convinced Yzerman to invite him over proven NHL defence-men like Brian Campbell and Ed Jovanovski.
"I'll never forget when I saw I had the voice mail and listened to it," Doughty said Thursday. "Whenever it said it needed to be deleted, I'd just save it again. I've had it for a while. Now I broke the phone, it kind of sucks."
I wonder how he broke it.
The magnitude of the camp hit Doughty on the first day of practice.
"I was partnered with Chris Pronger," he said, wide-eyed. "That was pretty amazing."