On Sunday, the New Jersey Devils wrapped up their 2018 Player Development Camp.
Some players really shined, including forward Brett Seney, who tallied the 5th-most points at camp.
For Binghamton, Seney posted three goals and eight points in 12 games after joining the team late last year.
After a strong push last year, Seney is looking to improve his skills in hopes of making a jump to the NHL this season.
“Definitely getting stronger. Every level you go up, it’s tougher competition. Fitzy told me, if I’m going to play the way I play, then I’m definitely going to have to get stronger. In the corners and stuff, obviously winning battles, that’s something you have to do at the next level. So, that and just continuing to work hard,” he said.
Should Seney begin the season with Binghamton, he and the Devils hit the ice for the first time on Saturday, October 6th against the Toronto Marlies.