Williams insists that his ankles feel better than ever after having surgery in the offseason and plans to attend training camp 100 percent healthy for the first time during his three years with the Nets, the New York Post reports.
Sundqvist has impressed Penguins management during the ongoing prospects tourney in London, Ontario. "He's been impressive," said John Hynes, the Pens' AHL coach running the bench in this tournament. "He's a really high hockey IQ kind of player. So he understands the game quite a bit."
Lucic (wrist) will remain limited during training camp, ESPN reports. "It's getting better," Lucic said. "Obviously it was a long summer, having to be in a cast for 12 weeks. I feel like I've turned a corner on it the last week, week and a half. Still working hard to get it up to 100 percent."