Bruins fans’ first chance to see Taylor Hall or Tyler Seguin, widely expected to be the No. 2 overall pick at next week’s NHL Entry Draft, will be July 7 at Ristuccia Arena, as the Bruins will continue with their five-day development camp that day.
There will be off-ice testing and physicals on July 6, followed by four days of on-ice and off-ice workouts. All on-ice workouts will be open to the public. The complete roster will be announced at a later date, but expect all the Bruins’ picks from the ’10 draft plus several top prospects (Jordan Caron, Yuri Alexandrov, Joe Colborne) to be in attendance.
You can check out BostonBruins.com for the complete camp schedule.