Originally posted on The PensNation  |  Last updated 7/20/13
TEAM WHITE  Coach: Bill Guerin 1. Eric Hartzell 3. Ryan Segalla 6. Nick D-Agostino 7. Alex Boak 9. Jake Guentzel 10. Olli Maatta 11. Jayson Megna 14. Tom Kuhnhackl 15. Bryan Rust 22. Brian Dumoulin 23. Scott Wilson 24. Garnet Hathaway 28. Richard Nejezchleb 29. Tristan Jarry 32. Oskar Sundqvist 34. Harrison Ruopp 37. Teddy Blueger 39. A.J. White TEAM BLACK Coach: Alain Nasreddine 2. Reid McNeill 4. Dane Birks 6. Phillip Samuelsson 8. Scott Harrington 12. Matia Marcantuoni 16. Grant Opperman 17. Tyler Barnes 18. Blaine Byron 19. Jean-Sebastien Dea 20. Derrick Pouliot 25. Adam Payerl 26. Dominik Uher 27. Troy Josephs 30. Matt Murray 31. Matt Lane 33. Clark Seymour 35. Sean Maguire 38. Carter Rowney SCRIMMAGE NOTES It was another great day for hockey in the city of Pittsburgh today as the 2013 Penguins Development Camp came to a close with the final scrimmage. Thousands of fans came to CONSOL Energy Center to enjoy a game of hockey in July. There were goal horns, loud music, and goal announcements, just like a normal game atmosphere. There was one exception though. The two teams only played two 25-minute periods. Each period concluded with a shootout. To start the scoring, forward Matia Marcantuoni took a nice pass from defenseman Derrick Pouliot and put it behind goaltender Eric Hartzell to give Team Black a 1-0 lead. Later on in the first period, forward Scott Wilson went top shelf on goaltender Sean Maguire during a penalty shot to make it a 1-1 game. There were no power plays in the game. Forward Jayson Megna of Team White capitalized on his chances in the second period by scoring two goals. He scored the first one through a crowded crease on a wrist shot in front of the net. His second one was an empty-netter. Forwards Carter Rowney and Jean-Sebastien Dea scored for Team Black against goaltender Tristan Jarry in the second period. Forward Bryan Rust was credited with the game-winning goal, which gave Team White a 4-3 victory. Pouliot and defenseman Olli Maatta definitely showed the fans why they deserved to be first-round picks last year in the NHL Draft. Pouliot was creating a ton of chances and Maatta’s smooth skating impressed many people today. Megna and forward Adam Payerl both looked good in the scrimmage today. They have been the two forwards that have stood out the most all week. They could see some time in the NHL a lot sooner than most of these prospects. Many people have talked about the lack of good young forwards at this camp. While there are no young forward prospects with a huge amount of potential, I do think there are some players that could make an impact at the NHL level. I would include guys like Oskar Sundqvist, Blaine Byron, and Marcantuoni in that group. The goaltenders were pretty impressive too all week. Hartzell, who just re-signed with Pittsburgh, got better as the week went on. Jarry definitely showed me that he is legitimate good goaltending prospect. It will be interesting to see how he develops. The guy had a huge smile on his face after the scrimmage. Maguire had the best day statistically today and had a decent camp. Murray seemed to get better as the week went on as well. It was good to see all four guys in the net perform well at camp. LOCKER ROOM AUDIO Matia Marcantuoni Derrick Pouliot Tristan Jarry Jayson Megna Olli Maatta Tom Fitzgerald John Hynes Follow me on Twitter: @PensNation_Andy
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