The Sudbury Wolves will host their annual Orientation Camp this weekend at the Gerry McCrory Countryside Sports Complex as they welcome their recent drafted class from the OHL Priority Selection on April 8.
In addition, players from the inaugural U-18 Midget Draft will be participating this weekend as well as a number of prospects from the 2016 OHL Priority Selection.
Approximately 30 players and families are expected to participate in the weekend activities, including the Wolves first pick and seventh overall selection, Blake Murray.
“This is a great opportunity for our prospects, and their families, to get to know the organization, the team and office staff and the City of Greater Sudbury. This is a chance to see what the OHL is all about as these prospects head into their off-season training,” said Sudbury Wolves Vice President of Hockey Operations and General Manager Rob Papineau.
“It also allows the Wolves Organization and our fans to get a firsthand look at who the prospects are and what they can do on the ice.”
In addition to the 20 newly selected prospects, the Wolves will also welcome back a number of prospects from last season’s draft that have developed in their home teams in midget and junior, including several local prospects.
The Sudbury Wolves would like to welcome fans to the Countryside Arena for the Wolves on-ice sessions on Saturday from 1 – 3 p.m. and on Sunday from 9 - 11 a.m. where they can check out the newest members of the Wolves organization and share their enthusiasm for Wolves Hockey in our region.
For more information please contact the Sudbury Wolves office at email@example.com.