Eleven Rangers players sent to NHL development camps

There will be plenty of local talent participating in NHL summer development camps this offseason.

Eleven Kitchener Rangers players will be attending camps across eight different teams in the league.

This comes after two Kitchener Rangers were selected in the 2024 NHL Entry Draft on Saturday.

Luke Ellinas was taken in the fourth round by the Ottawa Senators, while Trent Swick was taken in the sixth round by the Vegas Golden Knights. Both players will attend their respective NHL clubs development camps this summer.

Other Rangers taking part in development camps this offseason includes Hunter Brzustewicz in Calgary, Matthew Andonovski in Ottawa, Matthew Sop in Minnesota, Jackson Parsons in Los Angeles, Max Dirracolo in Toronto, Filip Mešár and Simon Motew in Montreal, Carson Rehkopf and Eduard Šalé in Seattle.

Motew, Parsons, and Dirracolo are attending camps as free agent invites.

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