Kelly wins Jonathan Pitre Memorial Award for second straight year
— Ottawa Senators (@Senators) June 28, 2019
Prince Albert Raiders forward Parker Kelly has been awarded the Jonathan Pitre Memorial Award at Ottawa Senators development camp for the second consecutive year as the hardest working player. An undrafted free agent, Kelly signed with the Senators in September of 2017. Entering his overage season of junior eligibility, Kelly appears poised to turn pro with the Senators organization in some form next season. Last season with Prince Albert, he had 35 goals and 32 assists in 64 games en route to a WHL Championship with Prince Albert.
Van De Leest and Malm attending Flames camp
The #Flames have announced their 2019 Development Camp schedule and roster!
39 prospects will take part in this year's camp, with on-ice sessions beginning on Thursday, July 4 at WinSport. https://t.co/af43rRKLHR
— Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) June 28, 2019
The Calgary Flames officially released their development camp roster on Friday. As we previously reported here, Kamloops Blazers defenseman Montana Onyebuchi (66 GP, 5 G, 15 A last season), graduating Edmonton Oil Kings forward Andrew Fyten (244 career GP, 35 G, 48 A with the Oil Kings, Calgary Hitmen, and Swift Current Broncos), Oil Kings forward David Kope (61 GP, 14 G, 14 A last season), are attending the camp. Adding to that, Calgary Hitmen overage forward James Malm (64 GP, 34 G, 43 A split between the Hitmen and Vancouver Giants last season) and Hitmen forward Jackson van de Leest (67 GP, 1 G, 20 last season) are also attending the camp.
Davidson attending Ducks camp
— Saskatoon Blades (@BladesHockey) June 28, 2019
Saskatoon Blades graduating defenseman and Team MVP for the 2018-19 season Dawson Davidson is attending Anaheim Ducks development camp. Davidson played 301 games in the WHL with the Blades, Kamloops Blazers and Regina Pats, posting 37 goals and 154 assists.
Winterhawks sign Campbell to contract extension
🖊️ || SIGNED
Athletic Trainer and Strength and Conditioning Coach Rich Campbell is staying in Portland!
— Portland Winterhawks (@pdxwinterhawks) June 28, 2019
With Kyle Gustafson and Don Hay signed to new contracts, the Winterhawks turned their attention to their training staff, signing Athletic Trainer and Strength and Conditioning Coach Rich Campbell to a new contract. The 2019-20 season will be Campbell’s 12th with the Winterhawks.
Blackhawks sign recently-acquired Quenneville to two-year contract extension
— Chicago Blackhawks (@NHLBlackhawks) June 28, 2019
The Chicago Blackhawks didn’t waste any time getting forward John Quenneville signed to a two-year contract extension after acquiring him from the New Jersey Devils in exchange for forward John Hayden on Saturday. Quenneville played 222 games in the WHL, all with the Brandon Wheat Kings. He registered 81 goals and 116 assists and was a part of the 2015-16 Wheat Kings team that won a WHL Championship. He led the playoffs that year with 16 goals in 21 games.
Americans announce Ascuhak is returning for his seventh year with the team
— Allen Americans (@AllenAmericans) June 28, 2019
The Allen Americans of the ECHL have announced that forward Spencer Asuchak is returning to the club for his seventh season with the team. Asuchak played 224 games in the WHL with the Tri-City Americans and Prince George Cougars, scoring 49 goals and 46 assists.