Members of the Minnesota State men’s hockey program have received invitations to participate in NHL developmental camps this summer.
Minnesota State expects three current players to head to 2016 development camps, including forward Zach Stepan (Nashville), forward C.J. Franklin (Winnipeg), along with defenseman Daniel Brickley (Buffalo).
Stepan, who will be a senior in 2015-16, was selected by the Predators in the 2012 NHL entry draft and Franklin, a junior, went to the Jets in the 2014 draft. Brickly, who is entering his second year with the Mavericks, will attend the Sabres’ camp as an undrafted free agent.
Nashville’s camp takes place June 27-July 2, Winnipeg’s camp is July 3-7 at the MTS Iceplex in Winnipeg and Buffalo’s camp is slated for July 6-12 in Buffalo.
Forward Dylan Margonari, who completed his four-year college career with Minnesota State this past year, will attend the Washington Capitals developmental camp as an undrafted free agent.