Not all eligible Kitchener Rangers were drafted into the NHL. But that doesn't mean that teams aren't interested in them.
Defenceman Evan McEneny is off to the rookie development camp for the Dallas Stars and Vancouver Canucks.
Blueliner Max Iafrate has been invited to Washington's camp while goalie Frankie Palazzese is going to camp with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
The Rangers are still waiting to find out about Ben Fanelli, but it looks like he may get an invite as well.
Kitchener has pick No. 108 in tomorrow's CHL import draft. They have the right to put centre Radek Faksa on a reserve list and draft a player. The team is still deciding its course of action.
Dallas is very much interested in Faksa, since he was a No. 1 pick. GM Joe Nieuwendyk has talked to the team and likes Kitchener as a development site but with Mike Ribeiro traded, there may be room at centre on the NHL club.
The Rangers have been in contact with the Winnipeg Jets. Right now, defenceman Jacob Trouba is headed to the team's camp. If they sign him, he will not be eligible to play in the NCAA (he has committed to the University of Michigan) and could be Kitchener bound.