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Wolves host orientation camp this weekend

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | May 27, 2014 - 10:02 AM |
The Sudbury Wolves will welcome their 2014 OHL Priority Selection draft picks to Sudbury this weekend.  A total of 17 players will take part in the two-day camp that will see them participate in a series of off-ice testing, as well as on-ice drills. File photo.

The Sudbury Wolves will welcome their 2014 OHL Priority Selection draft picks to Sudbury this weekend. A total of 17 players will take part in the two-day camp that will see them participate in a series of off-ice testing, as well as on-ice drills. File photo.

The Sudbury Wolves will welcome their 2014 OHL Priority Selection draft picks to Sudbury this weekend.

A total of 17 players will take part in the two-day camp that will see them participate in a series of off-ice testing, as well as on-ice drills.

Leading the way will be Wolves’ first-round selection Michael Pezzetta. The 6-1 200-lb forward from Toronto was selected 11th overall by the Sudbury Wolves. Pezzetta is a power forward with excellent skills and plays a physical brand of hockey, said the Wolves in a press release. Pezzetta and 16 young prospects will embark on their first OHL hockey camp experience here in Sudbury.

The new prospects and their families will arrive in Sudbury on Saturday May 31 and the players will participate in fitness testing at Laurentian University and RHP Hockey Training Centre, followed by a tour of the Sudbury Arena and the Wolves’ dressing room.

On Sunday, the prospects will participate in an on-ice session from 10:30 a.m. until noon at the Countryside Arena. The general public is welcome to come out and attend the Sunday on-ice session at the Countryside Arena free of charge.

On Sunday, the Wolves’ Souvenir Shop will be open at the Countryside Arena along with information on 2014-15 Sudbury Wolves Season Tickets.

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