Johnstone and Phillips Together at Jets Development Camp
WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Michigan Tech hockey players David Johnstone and Jamie Phillips are attending the Winnipeg Jets Player Development Camp this week. The two took time to give interviews with JetsTV on the organization's website yesterday.
Johnstone, who is undrafted, is attending his first NHL development camp. He is coming off a 29-point season at Michigan Tech in 2012-13. He posted 10 goals and 19 assists in 32 games to finish second on the team in scoring. The junior forward from Grand Ledge, Mich., has played in 71 career games in a Huskies uniform with 58 points (21 goals, 37 assists).
Phillips, who was the Jets' sixth-round selection in the 2012 NHL Draft, is taking part in his second development camp in Winnipeg. The Caledonia, Ont., native appeared in nine games as a freshman goaltender for the Huskies in 2012-13. He posted a 2-2-0 record while stopping 90.7 of the shots he faced. His 2.40 goals against average was tops on the team.
The Jets' camp runs through Friday (July 19).