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North Bay's Stockfish invited to Golden Knights development camp

'The 21-year-old's size makes him an interesting prospect'
Jack Stockish with the U18 Trappers and Holy Cross in NCAA Division 1 hockey.

There is some good news for former North Bay Trappers forward Jack Stockfish. 

The freshman forward who played at Holy Cross University in the Boston area last season has been invited to the Vegas Golden Knights Development Camp. 

The 6'2, 216 lbs freshman scored nine goals and 25 points in 32 games. Despite missing seven games, he finished fourth in points and fifth in goals on his team. 

The North Bay product played his final season of junior hockey with the Prince George Spruce Kings of the British Columbia Hockey League where he scored 14 goals and 32 points in 47 games. 

"The 21-year-old's size makes him an interesting prospect," The Hockey News stated in a recent article about Stockfish.  

"Right-handed centremen can be hard to find and if he continues to develop offensively, he could be a player many teams keep an eye out for." 

According to the Hockey News, the Golden Knights have now reportedly invited five NCAA players to their development camp this season. 

See related: Stockfish gets NCAA commit from Holy Cross

The 21-year-old played parts of three seasons with the Pembroke Lumber Kings of the Central Canadian Hockey League.

He was also part of the memorable 2018-19 North Bay U18 AAA Trappers who won the Great North U18 championship after going through an unbeaten regular season and playoffs. 

Stockfish was a 15th-round selection of the North Bay Battalion in 2018 and he played three games as an affiliate with the NOJHL's Powassan Voodoos in 2018-19. 

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