The Rangers' 2007 Prospect Development Camp completed its third of five days on Wednesday, with 25 young Blueshirts hopefuls engaging in a variety of on-ice and off-ice drills to help them prepare for the NHL lifestyle.
On Wednesday, the players spent nearly nine hours at the Madison Square Garden Training Center, with two of those hours coming on the ice. The afternoon featured off-ice workouts and a chance to meet with members of the media before sitting in a classroom session with coaches from both the Rangers and the team's AHL affiliate, the Hartford Wolf Pack.
Camp continues on Thursday with a schedule similar to Wednesday's. On Friday, the prospects will be broken up into two teams to compete in a 4-on-4 game, which brings the camp to a close.
Click on the video links below to watch footage shot on Wednesday at the Training Center. See 10 of the players as they participate in drills as well as a brief scrimmage.