Can confirm that ALL Golden Knights RFAs have been qualified.— Sheng Peng (@Sheng_Peng) June 26, 2018
We knew about Karlsson, Carrier, Dansk & Holm. Can also add Miller, Theodore, Nosek & Pulkkinen.
Golden Knights have released their 2018 Development Camp roster: 6 of their 8 2018 Draft picks will be in attendance (no Morozov & Demin). Glass, Suzuki, Brannstrom & Hague will be returning. Here's the full roster as of 6/24: pic.twitter.com/wSa3WImD7O— Sheng Peng (@Sheng_Peng) June 24, 2018
If you'd like to attend Golden Knights attendance camp, be aware that wristbands are required for entry.— Sheng Peng (@Sheng_Peng) June 24, 2018
Details here, including the schedule. All on-ice sessions are open to the public, except 6/30, which is only for season ticket holders. pic.twitter.com/YfWSy6vm7x
Ryan Chyzowski-C-Medicine Hat: A lanky skill forward who is fairly raw and underdeveloped physically, lacks game-breaking speed but is smart enough positionally to get and create chances. Thinks well offensively and has the tools to undress defenders and beat goaltenders. Not a lot of sandpaper yet but could add this element and check out to be a solid two-way player. Should have been drafted 5th round in my eyes.
Brett Kemp-C- Edmonton: Slight-sized forward has a lot of tools to offer up offensively, but at times, looks as though he forgets to bring his box along. Short and quick strides allow him to dart around the ice and he plays a fearless game going to the net. Lack of drive on plays and consistency issues led to him being overlooked.
Steven Owre-F-Medicine Hat/UofA: A WHL alumni, Owre was a bit of a late-bloomer who put up respectable numbers as a PPG player but didn’t really break through until his final junior year. He is a small-sized forward who thinks the game well and can log situational minutes, but his playmaking ability is what stood out. Had a great freshman season at University of Alberta.
Martin Bodak-D-Kootenay: Slick Slovak who earned his stripes on a rebuilding team and was arguably the number-one guy after Cale Fleury was traded. Slick defender who has playmaking/puck-moving upside, skates well, and defends with his feet. Shows need for growth with play off the puck. Late '98 is going into his 20-year-old season.
Reece Harsch-D-Seattle: Big, hearty right-handed shot defender took some big steps forward as a draft +1 in that he proved to be more than just a physical guy. Harsch has been honing his game management skills and sees the ice well enough to make a strong first pass and chip in with secondary offence. Skates pretty well to boot, but isn’t a guy who gambles. A 40+ point 19-year-old season is likely in store.
I followed 2017 draft pick Jack Dugan in line today. All the kids personally served meals for an hour.— Sheng Peng (@Sheng_Peng) June 25, 2018
He was asked if he was on the Golden Knights, "Not yet. Hopefully in the future." pic.twitter.com/lVCFmw6ncS
Glass, Brannstrom & Bouchard donate their time pic.twitter.com/8mAw6twjIP— Sheng Peng (@Sheng_Peng) June 25, 2018
McPhee, on Zach Whitecloud's progress after joining Vegas: "Came in at 189 pounds, went home at 206."— Sheng Peng (@Sheng_Peng) June 22, 2018