Yeah we never have any on ice prospect camps, more off ice and how to become a pro. If he doesn't sign a ELC with Detroit I am very sure he will be invited to the main camp in fall.
Colorado's is one of if not the only one which is 100% off ice but they've had invites at it before not just draft picks and contracted players so still possible he's attending; also, possible it was a Sept. invite as you speculate.
one more Capitals invite:
Dalton Young, D from Saginaw/OHL
@OHLMurray Via Saginaw Spirit Hockey Club Nathan Glass to attend Montreal camp. Dalton Young Washington Capitals camp. Best wishes guys
Casey Bailey is a 63, 195-pound forward from Anchorage, AK, who skated last season for Pennsylvania State University, tallying 14-13=27 totals in 27 games for the Nittany Lions. The 21-year-old ranked second on the team in goals and assists. Prior to joining PSU, the forward appeared in 60 games for the Omaha Lancers of the United States Hockey League, where he notched 27 goals (led the team) and 33 assists (second on the team) for 60 points (second on the team) with 83 penalty minutes (led the team). In four playoff games with the Lancers, Bailey scored two goals and two assists.
Oviedo, FL native Ryan Carpenter is a 61, 180-pound forward who skated past two seasons at Bowling Green State University, recording 29 goals and 34 assists with 51 penalty minutes in 85 games. In the 2012-13 season with Bowling Green, Carpenter led the team in goals (18), points (33) and ranked second in assists (15). The 22-year-old also spent two seasons playing for the Sioux City Musketeers (2009-2011) in the United States Hockey League where he appeared in 117 games, earning 67 points (23-44).
Alex Cord is a 63, 215-pound defenseman and native of Toronto, ON who played last season for the Mississauga Steelheads (Ontario Hockey League), tallying four goals and eight assists with 74 penalty minutes in 68 games. From 2008-12, the blueliner skated in 128 games with the Mississagua St. Michaels Majors of the Ontario Hockey League, where he accrued three goals and 17 assists with 156 penalty minutes.
Derek Docken is a 60, 193-pound defenseman from Northfield, MN who just finished up his sophomore season at the University of Alaska-Anchorage. The blueliner posted 4-13=17 totals with 18 penalty minutes in 67 games in two seasons for the Seawolves. Docken also spent a season with the Dubuque Fighting Saints of the United States Hockey League in 2010-11, where he posted one goal and 10 assists with 41 penalty minutes and a plus-23 rating. The D-man also skated in 11 postseason games with the Saints, earning one assist.
Garnet Hathaway, is a 62, 210 pound forward from Kennebunkport, ME. The 21-year-old just finished up his third season for Brown University. In his career at Brown, Hathaway has skated in 90 NCAA games and tallied 43 points (14-29).
Carpy is a beast, good 2 way player, good shot, tought, led team in scoring as a freshman and sophomore, named Captain as a sophomore.
Eric Comrie, Connor Hellebuyck, Jason Kasdorf, Charlie Lindgren, Jamie Phillips, Juho Olkinuora
Ben Chiarot, Kevin Czuczman, Luke Eibler, Marcus Karlstrom, Brenden Kichton, Jan Kostalek, Zach Loesch, Julian Melchiori, Josh Morrissey, Tucker Poolman, Brennan Serville, Cody Sol, Peter Stoykewych, Jacob Trouba, Michael Young
Matt Bailey, Austen Brassard, Mark Cooper, Andrew Copp, Austin Czarnik, David Johnstone, Ronalds Kenins, Scott Kosmachuk, Tanner Lane, J.C. Lipon, Jimmy Lodge, Adam Lowry, Dylan Margonari, Ryan Olsen, Nic Petan, Josh Pitt, Mark Scheifele, Tyler Sikura, Lukas Sutter, Ivan Telegin, Matt White, Michael Zalewski
Matt Bellerive F Red Deer
Domink Bittner D Manheim
Josh Burnside F Missisauga
Chris Gibson G Chicoutimi
Kevin Goumas F UNH
Mike Kunzle F Switzerland
Mack Lemmon F Niagra/Belleville
Beau McCue F Tri City
Charlie Millen G Ottawa Jr Senators
Kevin Raine D London Knights
Matt Rupert F London Knights
Converted defenseman. Played upfront for the Attack all year. High energy guy who will play physical. Committed at both ends (should go without saying as a converted defenseman). Big, heavy shot. But doesn't have the skill or the hockey sense to get himself in great position to use it. He actually put up better offensive numbers as a defenseman last year. It'll be interesting to see what position the Canucks are interested in him as.