Nolan Patrick will camp with Canada.
Patrick, the top-ranked prospect in Future Considerations’ Fall ranking for the 2017 NHL Draft, is one of 32 players invited to Hockey Canada’s National Junior Team Sport Chek Selection Camp.
The camp will run from Dec.10-14 in Blainville, QC.
The Brandon Wheat Kings forward has four goals and nine points in six games to start the season, but has not played since Oct. 11 because of an injury.
Patrick is expected to be ready in time for the start of camp, according to multiple reports.
“He’s working at it every day,” Wheat Kings coach David Anning told Future Considerations on Nov. 19. “He’s trying to get back into the lineup. As it stands right now it remains an unknown. Unfortunately I don’t have more information other than it remains day-to-day.”
See full camp roster HERE.