Bruins open development camp
|07.09.14 at 2:30 pm ET|
WILMINGTON – The Bruins opened development camp Wednesday at Ristuccia Arena, with prospects taking the ice to get better acquainted with the organization.
Malcolm Subban was the last player in attendance to get on the ice, as he was dealing with cramps. Wednesday marked the first time 2014 first-round pick David Pastrnak hit the ice in a Bruins’ sweater, though general manager Don Sweeney shared that Pastrnak had only brought his skates to the camp and thus had to use all new equipment.
Fourth-round pick Danton Heinen is not at the camp because he is currently enrolled in college classes at the University of Denver. Players enrolled in college courses are not allowed to be excused for professional camps. Matt Grzelcyk will miss Thursday’s session because he has class at Boston University.
The development camp will continue through Sunday at Ristuccia.
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