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SNAPPED: Utah Hockey Club players hit the ice in Park City

PARK CITY, Utah – Members of the Utah Hockey Club’s development camp took to the ice at the Park City Ice Arena last week. It marked the first time any players involved with the team skated with the Utah logo.

The camp was held for 32 special prospects including 2024 NHL Draft first-round selections Tij Iginla and Cole Beaudoin. Iginla, the son of Hockey Hall of Famer Jarome Iginla, was Utah’s first pick in history, going at No. 6., and Beaudoin was Utah’s second pick in the first round at No. 24, according to NHL.com.

“It’s the most talented group we’ve had in my four or five years with the organization. We have guys that are good kids, they work hard, they want to be coached, and we have the resources to give them a great week to set them up for success,” Lee Stempniak, Utah’s director of player development, told NHL.com

 

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