A former Kindersley Jr. Klipper who took his game south of the border has caught on at the first step of the next level. Kerrobert's Micheal Neumeier earned himself an invite to NHL Development Camp with the Seattle Kraken, his former team sharing the good news earlier this week. 

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Playing 48 career games with the Klippers, Neuemeier earned himself a spot on the SJHL All-Rookie Team in 2019-202, before signing on with the Bismark Bobcats of the NAHL. Two good seasons there earned Neumeier looks at the USHL, where he joined the Fargo Force, and won the Clark Cup championship this past season. Neumeier pitched in 6 points in 12 playoff games, coming in at a +7 rating for the title run. 

The Kraken's camp ended on Friday, Neumeier on the ice with the likes of high picks from the WHL Berkly Catton, and Jagger Firkus. Joining Neumeier on the back-end, former Saskatoon Blades alternate captain Charlie Wright also scored an invite.

Joining the Kerrobert native as other west-central players at NHL development camps was former Humboldt Bronco Matthew Perkins attending camp with Vancouver, and former Flin Flon Bomber Donovan Houle-Villeneuve who was at camp with first overall pick Macklin Celebrini and the San Jose Sharks. 

The SJHL shared that back on Wednesday. Another piece of news from the league earlier this week was an in-depth interview and story with Kindersley Jr. Klippers head coach and GM Clayton Jardine. Read it here.