Trappers Wrap Up Successful Camp

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Trappers wrap up successful camp

Camp has come early this year, and everyone seems to like it.

The North Bay Trappers wrapped up a successful 3-day prospect camp this past weekend. The event attracted 69 players from as far away as California to Newfoundland. While many players traveled from throughout North America to attend, a number of solid local players also made an appearance at the free agent camp held this weekend.

London Knights draft pick Tait Seguin highlighted a solid local crop of players. The 17-year-old is heading back to the OHL London Knights camp but has yet to make his decision on whether he wants to play NCAA or Major Junior Hockey. Tait’s combination of speed, skill and physical play throughout the weekend once again impressed the Trappers brass.

Other locals that impressed Trapper brass were Sundridge’s D.J. Wainman, Mattawa’s Addison Robidas and North Bay midget Trappers Travis Rose, Eric Champagne, Jake Ibbitson and Cole Filiatrault.

The Trappers also beefed up their blueline for next year with a commitment to California defenseman Carter Horwitz. The Los Angeles native played this past season for the high profile Shattuck-St. Mary’s prep school in Minnesota; a program that has proudly produced such NHL stars as Sidney Crosby, Zach Parise and Jonathan Toews.

The Trappers expect to have another camp this summer where many more players are expected to attend. The Trappers are expected to hold their next free agent camp on June 2nd, in Barrie, Ontario.

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