Raine, 20, will attend the Toronto Maple Leafs main camp, while Crisp goes to the Montreal Canadiens main tryout camp. Both players enjoyed excellent rookie camps and their respective NHL management have invited them to the final camp.
Other players who were at NHL camps include Nick Baptiste, Franky Palazzese, Dominik Kubalik and Mathew Campagna. The Wolves have not yet heard how those players are progressing at the NHL camps.
Raine and Crisp will not be back this weekend when the Wolves play a home-and-home exhibition series with the Soo Greyhounds.
The Pack hits the ice Sept. 13 at 7:30 p.m. All seats are priced at only $12 for all ages.