Thrashers prospect camp details

The Thrashers’  annual Prospect Development Camp will be held July 8-13 at the Duluth IceForum.

There will be 29 prospects at the camp (roster below). Scheduled to take part are 2010 first-round pick Alexander Burmistrov, Patrice Cormier, Carl Klingberg, Daultan Leveille and Paul Postma.

There will be three four-on-four scrimmages throughout the week, including on Saturday July 10, Sunday and Tuesday, all beginning at 4 p.m.

All on-ice activity throughout the camp is free and open to the public.

Chicago Wolves Assistant Coach Ron Wilson and Gwinnett Gladiators Head Coach Jeff Pyle will run all on-ice sessions.



John Albert, Akim Aliu, Jimmy Bubnick, Alexander Burmistrov, Patrice Cormier, Mike Forney, Ryan Garbutt*, Carl Klingberg, Levko Koper, Nicklas Lasu, Daultan Leveille, Jesse Martin, Danick Paquette, Jordan Samuels, Vinny Saponari, Ivan Telegin


Ben Chiarot, Kendall McFaull, Julian Melchiori, Will O’Neill, Sebastien Owuya, Jody Pederson*, Paul Postma, Zach Redmond, Cody Sol, Karl Stollery*


Chris Carrozzi, Alex Kangas, Ed Pasquale

* – Denotes invitee who is not property of the Atlanta Thrashers

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July 2nd, 2010
4:57 pm

The Real Thrash

July 2nd, 2010
5:22 pm


July 2nd, 2010
6:05 pm

shimmy sham!


July 2nd, 2010
8:05 pm

I’ll wander over. Want to get a look at Paquette, Cormier, Klingsburg and Burmistov.

Beau Turner

July 2nd, 2010
9:29 pm

That Cormier has the elbow of the future!


July 2nd, 2010
11:32 pm

I had completely forgotten about Nicklas Lasu, a find for a 5th rounder. (was that about where he was drafted?) Saponari and Zach Redmond will be interesting to watch. Everyone will be focused, of course, on Burmistrov, the newest 1st round pick of the Thrashers.

I am ever curious about Daultan Leveille, and the progress he is making at Michigan State University. Is there an accent mark at the end of his name? If so, it should be pronounced “LUH-VAY-YAY.” If not, it should be pronounced, “LUH-VAY” or “LUH-VAY-YUH,” depending on which part of the French-speaking world you live in.


July 2nd, 2010
11:56 pm

It’s pronounced “lev-ee-ay”


July 2nd, 2010
11:57 pm

He’s got skill, but needs to continue to get bigger.


July 3rd, 2010
12:48 am

nnndyyy, so there is an accent (aigu) at the end of his name, then.


July 3rd, 2010
1:19 am

That’s right, per Darren Dreger, an NHL-Insider at TSN.CA, the NY Islanders are in the Kovalchuk sweepstakes. It’s his claim that the NY Islanders are looking to jumpstart their new arena deal, and landing Kovalchuk could just be the cheese they need. He cites, “The Islanders are BELOW THE FLOOR of the cap, and are no strangers to 10 and 15 year deals.” The article says that “late Friday night texting” confirms the Islanders interest in Kovalchuk. And the reported offer is in the 10-years/$100 million range.

Back to the regularly scheduled prospect camp talk.


July 3rd, 2010
4:29 am

I don’t see an awful lot of quality at forward and on the blueline. That’s a lot of pressure on 2-3 quality prospects at each position.

BTW, why isn’t Pettersson-Wentzel invited?

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July 3rd, 2010
7:17 am

Stendec – your moose is loose.

Goodluck to Mason.

World Be Free

July 3rd, 2010
8:46 am

See you all in Duluth next Saturday


July 3rd, 2010
10:51 am

What time do they hit the ice?


July 3rd, 2010
12:17 pm

check out the rave reviews the Buffalo news is giving dudley and what he’s accomplished for the Trashers

Hockey Steve

July 6th, 2010
9:44 am

Patrice “Sup’a Fly” Cormier