Injury Updates: Black was forced to roll just eight forwards once again on Sunday, as Jay Feiwell (No. 8) and Michael Pastujov (No. 11) did not dress due to injury. Netminder David Tomeo (No. 30) was also forced to man the crease for the entire 50 minutes for the second straight game of play as a result of an injury to Dominik Vlaha (No. 1). In addition, Red's Cayden Primeau (No. 1) spent the entire 50 minutes between the pipes due to an injury to Kamm Cassidy (No. 30).
Camp's Top Squads: White completed competition play at camp with an unblemished 4-0-1-0 record to finish at the top of the American division. On the other side, meanwhile, Purple clinched the National division crown with a mark of 3-1-1-0 (won goal-differential tiebreaker over Forest).
Camp's Top Scorers: Gold's No. 10 Scott Reedy finished atop all skaters in points (14) and tied for first in assists (eight) with Black's Charlie Dovorany (No. 14) as well as White's Logan Hutsko (No. 14). In the goal-scoring department, White's Riley Prattson (No. 12) paced all camp skaters with nine.
Camp's Top Goaltenders: Dylan St. Cyr (No. 30) of Purple was the camp's top goaltender in both goals-against average (1.20) and save percentage (.963), allowing just 3 goals on 82 shots overall. Grey's No. 30 John Begley (1.21 GAA, .955 SV%), Forest's No. 1 Ryan Bischel (1.60 GAA, .949 SV%) and Red's No. 1 Cayden Primeau (1.58 GAA, .932 SV%) also each recorded sub-2.00 goals-against averages to compliment impressive save percentages.