Former Jr. Duck Cam York to Play in NHL Draft Showcase
Former Anaheim Jr. Ducks defenseman Cam York is one of 42 players who has been selected to play in the seventh annual 2018 All-American Prospects Game, which will take place Sept. 19 at the Xcel Energy Center in Saint Paul, Minn.
The AAPG showcases American players considered to be among the top prospects for the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. York gives the Jr. Ducks a participant for the second year in a row, following defenseman Slava Demin.
Demin, a freshman at the University of Denver, was drafted in the fourth round (99thoverall) by the Vegas Golden Knights in June. Demin was one of 28 players who participated in last year's AAPG who was drafted by an NHL team.
York, who played eight seasons for the Jr. Ducks, is entering his second season with the U.S. National Team Development Program and is viewed by many scouts as a potential high NHL draft choice. He was the first Jr. Duck to make the prestigious national development program.
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