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Dragons scout prospects over weekend


   The Dragons spring camp held over the weekend brought many prospective players to the Dragons’ Den, pleasing the clubs’ leaders and giving hope to a strong season next year.

    “We had a lot of really good players, it was very competitive and physical,” said head coach and general manager Dan Price.”
    Price said the depth the team saw on ice covered all positions and all age groups.
    “We were really impressed with the guys who came who I think will be really dynamic players in the years to come.”
    Price said there are already a few names the Dragons have identified as legitimate contenders to play on the team this coming season, and said a release will come soon regarding some key prospects.
    He says half a dozen players are potential Dragons.
    Along with local Shayne Gwinner already on their protected list, Sean Davies has been identified by the club as a prospective player. Only 16, if he doesn’t take up an offer to play for Chilliwack Bruins he may be asked to join the Drumheller team if he qualifies.
    With the camp done, the Dragons will keep in touch with players of interest and continue to build a relationship with them. They’ll be hosting another spring camp over the Easter weekend in Cochrane.

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