17 current and former MJHL players attend NHL Development Camps

Following the NHL Draft last week, 17 current and former MJHL players will attend NHL Development Camps.

Development Camp rosters are compiled of team draft picks, signees and free agent invitations. Steinbach Pistons Head Coach and General Manager, Paul Dyck has also been invited by the Winnipeg Jets as a guest coach as well as Winkler Flyers Head Coach and General Manager, Justin Falk.

See below for the full list of players.

Boston Bruins

Reid Dyck (G) – Winkler Flyers*/Swift Current Broncos (WHL)

Florida Panthers

Riese Gaber (F) – Steinbach Pistons & Dauphin Kings/University of North Dakota (NCAA)

Montreal Canadiens

Riley McKay (F) – Swan Valley Stampeders/Laval Rocket (AHL)

Tampa Bay Lightning

Warren Clark (D) – Steinbach Pistons/St. Cloud State University (NCAA)

Columbus Blue Jackets

Denton Mateychuk (D) – Steinbach Pistons*/Moose Jaw Warriors (WHL)

Pittsburgh Penguins

Justin Lee (D) – Virden Oil Capitals/University of Denver (NCAA)

Washington Capitals

Jack Rogers (F) – Steinbach Pistons/St. Cloud State University (NCAA)
Ryan Hofer (F) – Portage Terriers*/Kamloops Blazers (WHL)

Arizona Coyotes

Conor Geekie (F) – Virden Oil Capitals*/Winnipeg ICE (WHL)
Ryder Thompson (D) – Waywayseecappo Wolverines*/Portland Winterhawks (WHL)

Colorado Avalanche

Briley Wood (F) – Neepawa Titans

Nashville Predators

Adam Ingram (F) – Selkirk Steelers/St. Cloud State University (NCAA)

Winnipeg Jets

Evan Friesen (F) – Winnipeg Blues/Winnipeg ICE (WHL)
Noah Giesbrecht (G) – OCN Blizzard/Portage Terriers/Ferris State University (NCAA)
Paul Dyck – Steinbach Pistons Head Coach/General Manager (Guest Coach)
Justin Falk – Winkler Flyers Head Coach/General Manager (Guest Coach)

Calgary Flames

Matt Radomsky (G) – Steinbach Pistons/Calgary Wranglers (AHL)

San Jose Sharks

Nick Cicek (D) – Winnipeg Blues/San Jose Barracuda (AHL)/San Jose Sharks (NHL)

Vegas Golden Knights

Kyle Bettens (F) – Steinbach Pistons/University of Minnesota-Duluth (NCAA)

* Indicates the player skated and played games in the MJHL during the shortened 2020-21 season.