Bruins prospect profile #17: Anthony Camara

Camara justified some of the positive comments B2011DW heard from a few scouting sources at the draft. To be balanced, there were also more than a few who did not like the pick for Boston and saw little upside with the pugnacious winger. In Wilmington, he showed off some talent: he skated well, demonstrated a quick, rifle shot and found the back of the net on some memorable plays. Development camp isn’t the best place to see the physical and fighting prowess, but Camara did make solid body contact throughout and showed the kind of tenacity in puck pursuit and by going to the net that has become his watchword in the OHL. Now, the question he’ll have to answer is whether he can elevate his role and production in year three with Saginaw. If he can do that, he’ll rise up Boston’s prospects depth chart. If not, the fall will be a precipitous one. Read the full article.