Jost, Dubois among invitees to Canada’s summer camp

Aaron Vickers2016 Draft Center, Tournaments & Events

Thirteen members of the 2016 NHL Draft class, including eight ranked in the first round by Future Considerations, will participate in Canada’s National Junior Team Summer Development Camp.

The camp will be held July 30-August 6 in Toronto and Plymouth, Mich., and will feature games against the United States, Finland and Sweden at USA Hockey Arena in Plymouth.

Among the 13 invited include forwards Pierre-Luc Dubois of Cape Breton, who finished fourth in Future Considerations’ final ranking for the 2016 NHL Draft and Tyson Jost of Penticton, who finished 10th. Forwards Michael McLeod of Mississauga (15th), Julien Gauthier of Val-d’Or (21st), Brett Howden of Moose Jaw (32nd), and Dillon Dube of Kelowna (46th) will also participate in the camp.

Defensemen Jakob Chychrun of Sarnia (6th), Dante Fabbro of Penticton (13th), Jake Bean of Calgary (18th) and Samuel Girard (27th) will comprise four of the 14 defensemen invited.

Goaltenders Evan Cormier of Sagina, Carter Hart of Everett and Zach Sawchenko of Moose Jaw, will also be in camp.

View the full camp roster HERE.