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Topic - Nick Bjugstad
Last summer, prospect Travis Boyd drew praise from Washington Capitals general manager George McPhee for his smarts and guts during the the team's development camp. A sixth-round pick in June's draft, the young forward was a pleasant surprise.
After winning his second medal at the World Junior Championships, Jack Campbell would love to go for the hat trick.
"You can't really stage a first goal better than that," sophomore forward Nick Bjugstad said.