The Prince George Cougars are sending a crop of young talent to Hockey Canada’s virtual National Under-17 Development Camp.

Prospects Keaton Dowhaniuk, Kyren Gronick, and Koehn Ziemmer are among 113 players (35 from the WHL) invited to the camp, set for July 19-25.

Three Canadian teams will compete at the 2020 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge starting October 31 in Charlottetown and Summerside, P.E.I.

In addition, Cougars’ Equipment Manager Ramandeep “Chico” Dhanjal has been named an Equipment Manager for Team Canada Red.

Dowhaniuk, a product of Sherwood Park, played last season at OHA Edmonton in the Canadian Sports School Hockey League.

He had one assist in eight games with the Cougars last season.

Gronick, from Regina, played for the Regina Pat Canadians in the Saskatchewan Midget AAA Hockey League.

The 5’11”, 175-pound centerman was fourth in team scoring and his team’s top rookie scorer after he compiled 35 points in 25 games.

Meanwhile, Ziemmer played for the St. Albert Raiders AAA in the Alberta Midget Hockey League last season.

The product of Mayerthorpe, AB averaged a point-per-game after he accumulated 26 points in 26 games.

Ziemmer played in two games with the Cougars last season.