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Bruins conclude development camp

Posted by Fluto Shinzawa, Globe Staff  July 2, 2012 01:27 PM

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WILMINGTON – The Bruins have wrapped up their annual development camp at Ristuccia Arena. The youngsters will go their separate ways, with some returning to Wilmington this fall to pursue big-league jobs.

“You very rarely come away from these camps with a negative feeling,” GM Peter Chiarelli said. “It’s all potential.”

Dougie Hamilton, Jared Knight, and Ryan Spooner should be among the group contending for varsity status. Hamilton will be in the mix on the blue line. Knight and Spooner will most likely start 2012-13 in Providence.

“He’s on a real good progression line and development line,” Chiarelli said of Hamilton. “He’s a real good player, a real good prospect. I’m excited we have him here with our group.”

* Chiarelli didn't anticipate signing any free agents today.

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