The Chicago Blackhawks' future was on display Thursday during the first day of Prospects Camp.
Forty-six of the organization's top prospects were invited to the camp at Johnny's IceHouse West and on Thursday participated in conditioning tests and then went through drills in five groups.
NHL Entry Draft. "The opportunity is the best chance to play the best hockey for your age group in the whole world. Anytime you're here, you have to work hard to prove yourself."
The camp, which is open to the public, will run through Monday. On Friday, the players will be broken into two groups and hold practices. A scrimmage will be held Saturday.
Blackhawks' top prospects hit the ice
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