CALGARY, AB -- The Calgary Flames will have 10 players attending this year's development camp (July 4-7) on try-out agreements: eight forwards and two defencemen.
Here is a brief rundown on each player:
THOMAS ALDWORTH - RIGHT WING - #84
Weight: 181 lbs.
The Keller, TX product recently wrapped up his freshman season with Quinnipiac, scoring six goals and 13 points in 32 skates. Prior to starting his collegiate career, Aldworth played for the Vernon Vipers in the British Columbia Hockey League, netting 37 goals and 56 points in 57 games. The winger has been lauded for his speed and has a nose for the net.
BRAD BOWLES - CENTRE - #86
Weight: 189 lbs.
Bowles absolutely dominated the Manitoba Junior Hockey League in 2015-16, leading all skaters with 45 goals and 102 points in 60 regular season games. He was equally effective in the playoffs, leading all MJHL players with seven goals and 24 points in 13 games. He was a major key in the Portage Terriers' 53-3-4 regular season run and in their league title win this past year.
BRAYDEN BURKE - LEFT WING - #94
Weight: 164 lbs.
Burke has established himself as one of the Western Hockey League's most potent offensive forces, leading the Lethbridge Hurricanes with 27 goals and 109 points last season. In 116 career WHL games, the Edmonton, AB product has 35 goals and 143 points. He is more of a set-up man than a finisher, using his high hockey IQ to distribute the puck smartly to his linemates, and has speed to burn.
JUSTIN DOUCET - LEFT WING - #78
Weight: 229 lbs.
Doucet split the 2015-16 season between the Drummondville Voltigeurs and the Baie-Comeau Drakkar in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. In total, he scored two goals and seven points and picked up 110 PIM in 54 games. As per HockeyFights.com, the Coteau-du-Lac, QC dropped the gloves nine times last season.
SPENCER FOO - RIGHT WING - #95
Weight: 181 lbs.
The winger recently completed his sophomore season with Union College, posting 12 goals and 25 points in 36 games -- good for second in team scoring. He has established himself as a speedy forward who won't hesitate to play in the hard areas. Prior to heading to the NCAA, he played two seasons in the Alberta Junior Hockey League with the Bonnyville Pontiacs.
JOSH HEALEY - DEFENCE - #85
Weight: 196 lbs.
The rearguard has spent the last three seasons with Ohio State University and posted a career-high five goals and 21 points in the 2015-16 campaign. Since joining NCAA, he has been a two-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and an Academic All-Big Ten choice. He spent his minor hockey days with the Sherwood Park Crusaders in the AJHL and was named the the league's top defenceman in 2013.
DENNIS KRAVCHENKO - CENTRE - #96
Weight: 176 lbs.
Kravchenko just completed his sophomore season with UMass in the NCAA, totaling 12 goals and 28 points 32 games, but as per Matt Vautour of the Daily Hampshire Gazette, he won't be returning in the 2016-17 season. Before beginning his collegiate career, the forward spent time in the United States Hockey League, playing for the Sioux Falls Stampede and the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders.
SHELDON REMPEL - RIGHT WING - #89
Weight: 170 lbs.
The Calgary, AB native was one of the most dangerous offensive threats in the BCHL last season, scoring 59 goals -- tops in the league -- and 110 points -- second in the league -- with the Nanaimo Clippers. Rempel is a dynamic offensive force who has rounded out his game over three years in the BCHL. He is set to play for the Clarkson Golden Knights next season.
MATHIEU SEVIGNY - LEFT WING - #87
Weight: 172 lbs.
In 64 regular season games with the Drummondville Voltigeurs, Sevigny potted 12 goals and 22 points. He's a tenacious forward, constantly digging for pucks and trying to force turnovers. The Hartford, CT native is also strong on the backcheck, supporting his defencemen by getting back in a hurry and pressuring opponents.
JARED WILSON - DEFENCE - #92
Weight: 190 lbs.
The Calgary, AB blueliner set new career-highs at RPI last season, scoring six goals and 12 goals in his sophomore season. Before his collegiate career, he spent two seasons in the BCHL with the Alberni Valley Bulldogs and Vernon Vipers and posted 30+ points in each of those years. He is offensively gifted defenceman who makes a strong first pass and sees the ice very well.