This summer, nine members of the Ohio State men’s hockey program, along with a recent alum, have participated in NHL development camps around the league.
Three NHL draft picks on the Buckeye roster took part in their team camp – juniors Tanner Laczynski (Philadelphia) and Carson Meyer (Columbus) and freshman Ryan O’Connell (Toronto).
Six Buckeyes took part in camp as free agent invitees – seniors Sasha Larocque (Anaheim), Sean Romeo (Columbus) and Mason Jobst (Minnesota), junior Wyatt Ege (Vegas) and freshmen Gustaf Westlund (Florida) and Quinn Preston (Winnipeg).
Josh Healey, a Buckeye defenseman from 2014-17 that signed with the Flames as a free agent after his collegiate career, took part in Calgary’s camp after completing his first pro season when he skated in 50 games with AHL Stockton.
Drafted Buckeyes senior Dakota Joshua (Toronto) and redshirt junior Miguel Fidler (Florida) have participated in their team’s camp in the past but did not this summer.