Matthews native Bryan Moore is participating in the Carolina Hurricanes development camp, which started Monday and runs through Saturday at PNC Arena in Raleigh.
The winger is one of 28 players in the camp, which includes all seven of the Hurricanes’ 2014 draft picks.
Moore, 20, also attended the New York Rangers camp this month, becoming the first Charlotte-area player to participate in organized activities with an NHL team. He went undrafted in June in his third and final year of eligibility.
Moore has played the past two seasons in the Ontario Hockey League. He had a career-high 61 points on 25 goals and 36 assists this past regular season with the Sarnia Sting and Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds.
The Hurricanes camp will conclude Saturday with a prospects game and skills competition, which will be open to the public.
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