Bruins send seven to NHL camps

Seven members of the Chilliwack Bruins are off to National Hockey League training camps. Ryan Howse leads the list, heading to Cowtown to try and crack the roster of the Calgary Flames. Kevin Sundher attends his first training camp with the Buffalo Sabres, while Dylen McKinlay heads to Minnesota, Roman Horak to the Big Apple (New York Rangers) and Tyler Stahl to Carolina.

A pair of undrafted Bruins have also received invites.

Team captain Brandon Manning will join Horak at the Rangers camp, while Chris Collins flies to Carolina with Stahl.

The Western Hockey League is cumulatively sending 144 to pro camps.

All 22 WHL teams have players at NHL camps, but Portland leads the pack with 13 players.

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