Utah Hockey Club sends 12 draft picks to Park City developmental camp

A total of 32 players are working out this week at the Park City Ice Arena to prepare for futures in elite college, pro hockey

PARK CITY, Utah — The Utah Hockey Club has sent 12 of its draft picks, including first-round pick Tij Iginla, to a five-day developmental camp in Park City, giving them the opportunity to train on the ice. The camp is being hosted at the Park City Ice Arena and is designed to give the players their introduction to NHL coaching and instruction. The overall goal is to help the players improve their skills and become more comfortable on the ice.

The five-day camp will conclude with a free four-on-four scrimmage at the Delta Center on Friday, July 5, at 1:00 p.m. The event will also feature three-on-three play and a post-game shootout.

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