Kevin (born 1991) played four(4) years of Highlanders (Minor Bantam to Major Midget).
BUFFALO - Saugeen Shores native Kevin Czuczman will test his skills with the Buffalo Sabres rookies at the National Hockey League team's annual development camp.
The Lake Superior State freshman was invited after being named the school's outstanding freshman last season when he had five goals and eight assists while also being an honourable mention on the Central Collegiate Hockey Association's all-rookie team.
The 21-year-old Saugeen District grad played for Newmarket of the Ontario Provincial Junior Hockey League and the Ontario Junior Hockey League's Waterloo Siskins.
Owen Sound Attack centre Daniel Catenacci is also at the camp.
The camp began on Monday with a practice and more are slated for this morning and Wednesday morning at the First Niagara Centre. A Blue and Gold game set for Thursday evening.
The practices are open free to the public while the scrimmage is 410.
2012 Buffalo Sabres Development Camp Roster.pdf
Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) includes the following teams: Michigan, Michigan State, Northern Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Western Michigan, Alaska, Bowling Green, Ferris State, Miami of Ohio and Lake Superior