Bruins Development Camp: Early Thoughts And Observations

Bruins Development Camp

Day 2 of Rookie Camp began on Thursday morning for the Boston Bruins. The main focus of rookie camp seems to be first-round draft pick Fabian Lysell. Lysell looks to be the steal of the draft already, even after just two days of camp.

Another forward prospect Jakub Lauko has also shown to be a core piece to the Bruins’ future. Lauko, a 21-year-old from the Czech Republic, played a total of 23 games for Providence last season. In those 23 games, Lauko tallied 19 points with five goals.

On the defensive side, a lot of the eyes have been on Jack Achan. Achan would spend most of last year with Providence but was called up for three games with Boston for a short stint.

“It was nice to get into some games with the Bruins and just experience meeting the guys and coaching staff,” Achan said on his three games with Boston.

Head Coach of the Providence Bruins Ryan Mougenel met with reporters about another forward prospect Oskar Steen. When asked if Steen was ready for the NHL level Mougenel said, “I think it takes a year to get familiar with the pace, size, and strength of NHL play.”

Day 3 of Rookie Camp will take place on Friday for another practice. Days 4 and 5 will be scrimmage games against the Buffalo Sabres on Saturday and the New Jersey Devils on Sunday.

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