Several Princeton players attended NHL development camps over the summer, including forwards Jack Berger and Mike Ambrosia.
Berger attended Ottawa Senators camp with recently-graduated defenseman Michael Sdao, while Ambrosia appeared in New Jersey Devils camp for the second year in a row.
Berger, who joined Ambrosia at Devils camp last summer, scored 12 points and appeared in all 31 games with Princeton in his junior season. Ambrosia finished his freshman year as the team’s leading rookie scorer with 11 points through 21 games.
Matt Nelson, committed to Princeton for the 2014-15 season, attended Minnesota Wild rookie camp. Nelson also spent time with the Green Bay Gamblers last season.
Former Princeton goalkeeper Mike Condon attended camp with the Montreal Canadiens, whom he signed with after graduating. As a senior in 2012-13, Condon appeared in 24 games and finished with a 2.48 goals-against average.
Sdao, drafted by the Senators, recorded 15 points in his final season with the Tigers.
Last season forward Andrew Calof, Princeton’s leading scorer, appeared at Islanders development camp. This summer the senior did not attend development camp but participated in the Maccabiah Games, where he won gold with team Canada.