Enright and Rosenzweig invited to Hockey Canada U-17 Development Camp

Niagara, ON – Hockey Canada has announced the Development Camp Roster for the upcoming World U-17 Hockey Challenge, and two Niagara IceDogs propsects were named.

Defenceman Isaac Enright, our first round pick (17th overall) in the 2019 OHL Priority Selection was named to the camp roster. The Cobden native played his minor midget aaa season with the Pembroke Lumber Kings, before ending the season with the CCHL’s Pembroke Lumber Kings. Enright represented Team HEO at the 2019 OHL Gold Cup. Isaac committed to the IceDogs on April 26th.

Goaltender Josh Rosenzweig was also invited to participate in the camp, after impressing earlier this month at Hockey Canada’s goaltending camp. Rosenzweig played his minor midget aaa season with the Toronto Red Wings, and was our sixth round selection in the OHL Priority Selection. Rosenzweig committed to the IceDogs on June 3rd, after backstopping Team GTHL Red to second place at the OHL Gold Cup.

For Hockey Canada’s complete press release, click here.

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