Four Hurricanes taking part in NHL rookie camps

By Geoff Smith (@GeoffSmithLNN on Twitter)
September 7, 2017 - 9:59am

LETHBRIDGE - A total of four members of the Lethbridge Hurricanes are on their way to NHL rookie camps.

Two of them are working out with the Minnesota Wild. Veteran Georgio Estephan was in the Wild's rookie development camp during the summer, following a career season with the Hurricanes.

He'll be joined in rookie camp by fellow 20-year-old Brennan Mennell, who was also in their development camp.

Jordy Bellerive was in Pittsburgh's development camp during the summer, and has been subsequently invited to the Penguins' rookie camp, after the 18-year-old went undrafted.

Goaltender Stuart Skinner, who was drafted by the Edmonton Oilers in June, will be in their rookie camp.

The Hurricanes are congratulating all four, as they prepare to host Swift Current in preseason action Friday, Sept. 8.

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