Canisius forward Dylan McLaughlin has earned an invitation to the New York Rangers development camp, which begins Monday.
Participation will not impact McLaughlin's NCAA eligibility but presents an opportunity to get exposure to what an NHL training camp will be like. His is the fourth Golden Griffins player to get an development camp invitation in the last five years.
A Lancaster native, McLaughlin was named the Atlantic Hockey Player of the Year last season and was a top 10 finalist for the Hobey Baker Award. He led the team with 17 goals, 31 assists and 48 points. He had 15 multi-point games. He was the league's scoring leader in points and assists.
McLaughlin returns to Canisius for his senior season ranked among the top 10 active players in career assists (tied for third), career points (tied for fourth) and goals (tied for ninth).
The five-day Rangers camp in Tarrytown, N.Y., concludes Friday.