Bowling, ping pong and pool at The Underground in SCSU's Atwood Center all part of Monday evening's Development Camp agenda. Photos by Carmen Johnson, Minnesota Hockey
Fun and games - specifically bowling, ping pong and pool - dominated the evening agenda on Monday for players in the CCM High Performance 14 Summer Development Camp.
Skates were set aside in favor of bowling shoes and hockey sticks were replaced by pool cues and ping pong paddles as the evening was spent at The Underground in SCSU's Atwood Center.
Earlier in the day, players browsed through the latest equipment offerings from CCM, as representatives from the company spent the day at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center.
Players check out the latest gear from CCM. Photo by Loren Nelson, LegacyHockeyPhotography.com
Mason Jenson (Rogers) and Gavin Kor (Shattuck-St. Mary's) each had a goal and an assist in the second half as White scored four unanswered goals after trailing 2-0 at halftime.
Goals by Luke Avery (Little Falls) and Jackson Reeves (Woodbury) powered Sky Blue to its early lead. Sky Blue evened its record at 1-1.
Goaltender Ryan Pellinger (Wayzata) stopped all 11 shots he faced in the second half as White improved to 2-0, the lone unbeaten team in camp.
White's Eli Molde. Photo by Loren Nelson, LegacyHockeyPhotography.com
Royal Blue scored three unanswered goals in the final 11:22 as it surged past Green.
Levi Flatley (Virginia) sparked the outburst with what proved to be the winning goal.
Henri Ament (Chaska/Chanhassen) and Eli Wensloff (Roseau) also scored late in the second half for Royal Blue. Oscar Balkins (Rochester) scored twice for Green.
Sky Blue's Caleb Lanthier, left, and Green's Deegan Hoffbauer. Photo by Loren Nelson, LegacyHockeyPhotography.com
Gavin Greniuk (Elk River) and Charlie Stenehjem (Moorhead) combined on a 28-save shutout - the first shutout of the camp - as Red eased past Gold.
Emerson LaRoche (Minnetonka) had a goal and an assist for Red, which also got two assists from Torii Schmidt (Wayzata).
Stenehjem made 13 saves in the first half while Greniuk made 15 saves in the second half.
Gold's Keegan Kiedrowski, left, and Red's Garrett Lindberg. Photo by Loren Nelson, LegacyHockeyPhotography.com