Cant disagree with anything you said, but going off of the bolded. considering the position he is in, if he thinks he has any future in pro hockey, he pretty much has to be at camp doesnt he?
I mean, this is a kid who's about as far away from professional hockey as any in this system. If I were in his shoes, I'd be concentrating on both school and elevating himself at the collegiate level. If he succeeds at either, everything will fall into place for him further down the line. Missing a year or two of camp certainly isn't going to do him any disservice.
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Green's got the O, White has the D and G. It'll be interesting.
I don't know, White does have Brodin-Kampfer, but other than that they have...Cuma-Seeler? Jobke is somewhat promising I guess. Green has Scandella-Dumba. I think I might take that pair over Brodin-Kampfer, but it's close.
Well Baldwin is a 6'5" defenseman behemoth and apparently punches people
After watching him in Spokane the last few years I can tell you that he can fight but backed off the past couple of years after breaking his hand a time or two. What he will do for you is block shots and provide size on the blueline. He won't blow you away with goals or assists but he was +35 last year and a real solid asset.
Also he has been at Vancouver's prospect camp this week.
Press conference for both players are on Monday (i.e. the 8th).
Prospect camp starts that day. So they'll be around and I'm sure it'll be similar as to what we seen last year on Becoming Wild were both Heatley and Seto were somewhat visible to the prospects (who hope to one day be in their shoes).