PRINCETON (7/1/10) -- Three members of the 2010-11 Princeton men's hockey team will be attending NHL Development Camps this summer. Rising senior Taylor Fedun, rising sophomore Michael Sdao and incoming freshman Sean Bonar are all having the chance to compete at a camp with other top prospects.
Sdao is the only one that is drafted by the team whose camp he will attend. A seventh round pick of the Ottawa Senators last season, Sdao also attended the team's camp last summer, prior to the start of his freshman season at Princeton. As a freshman, Sdao won Princeton's Hobey Baker Trophy as the team's top freshman. Ottawa's camp began on Monday and lasts through the week.
Fedun, the recipient of Princeton's 1941 Championship Trophy, presented annually to that varsity player who best reflected the winning spirit of the 1941 championship team and in so doing was an inspiration to his teammates, is attending the Vancouver Canucks camp. It will be held July 6-10.
Bonar, who will join the Princeton goaltenders next season after playing two seasons with Penticton of the BCHL, is attending the Los Angeles Kings prospect camp. Bonar was ranked by NHL Central Scouting prior to this year's draft but was not selected. The Kings camp is underway and will continue through the weekend.
Additionally, Zane Kalemba '10 will attend the Tampa Bay Lightning Rookie Camp from July 10-14. Kalemba attended San Jose's camp last summer and later played for the Lightning's AHL affiliate in Norfolk, Va., following the completion of his senior season.
Last season Princeton sent four players to NHL Prospect Camps-Sdao went to Ottawa, to Chicago, to Vancouver and to San Jose.