In conjunction with the NHL Central Scouting, 42 players were chosen to play as part of the 6th annual All American Prospects game. Of those selected is former Philadelphia Revolution (EHL) goaltender Cayden Primeau.
According to USA Hockey, 102 players who competed as part of the All American Prospects game have been selected in the following years NHL entry draft including 25 players who were taken in the first round.
Primeau, who was in net for three games in the Hlinka Memorial Tournament this summer, played 21 games through the 2015-16 season with the Philadelphia Revolution, earning a 1.86gaa and .951 save percent. His .951 sv% was good enough for a top 5 spot in the Tier 3 record books.
A Northeastern 2017-18 commit, Primeau is set to play for the Lincoln Stars (USHL) in 2016-17.
The All American Prospects game will take place on September 22, 2016.
To learn more about the All American Prospects Game or to view the full roster visit the USA Hockey website.