When Coyotes prospect Artyom Duda arrived at the Ice Den Scottsdale for development camp on July 3, there was excitement. While the 2022 second-round pick had plenty of development ahead, particularly on the defensive side of the puck, his smooth, elite skating, and his ability to handle the puck were evident in just one in-person viewing.
Duda didn't spend much time in Scottsdale. The Coyotes just wanted to give him a taste of the big-club experience before he headed off to the University of Maine to begin classes and hopefully begin his first season of North American hockey in the uber competitive Hockey East conference, where five teams currently sit in the top 12 of the PairWise Rank...
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