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Former Terrier Nick Henry skating for NHL Scouts

Former Portage Terrier and MJHL Rookie of the Year winner Nick Henry is showcasing his talents for NHL staff at the 2017 NHL Draft Combine in Buffalo, N.Y., where the league’s 31 teams will have an opportunity to watch 84 of the top North American prospects and the top 20 international prospects perform during Friday and Saturday’s fitness testing.

Henry, 17, was rated 25th overall among North American skaters in the NHL Central Scouting final rankings. A native of Portage, Henry played this past season with the WHL Regina Pats where he scored 35 goals enroute to a 81-point season. The Winnipeg Free Press published an excellent article about Henry and his thoughts on attending this prestigious camp. Click here if you’re interested in reading more about Henry: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/sports/hockey/nhl/henry-ready-for-scrutiny-at-nhl-combine-425213803.html