Bryan Verreault, the Wolves' director of player personnel, and Mike King, the team's skills coach, will put 25 hopefuls through their paces with off-ice testing and a one-hour practice on Sept. 1.
Then on Monday, the Wolves host two scrimmage sessions at 10 a.m and 3 p.m. at Sudbury Arena. Players just returning from the World Jr. Cup Tournament in Ormsk, Russia will join-in to give the Wolves a full camp complement of 44 players.
A number of high-profile Wolves' veterans are missing camp as they make their way to NHL pro camps, so don't expect to see Nick Baptiste, Dominik Kubalik, Mathew Campagna, Kevin Raine or Brody Silk on the ice.
It's doubtful Silk will even be able to attend pro camp. He suffered a shoulder injury during the tournament in Russia.
On Tuesday, the Wolves will host the annual Blue & White scrimmage game at 10 a.m. at Sudbury Arena. Management will also announce decisions on players who will be remaining to participate in practices and the Wolves' first pre-season OHL game on Sept. 6 versus the Kitchener Rangers.
Game time for that match is 7:30 p.m.
Intermission to the Wolves' tryout camp is free and the public is welcome to attend.