The Portage Terriers wrapped up their Main Training Camp last night at the PCU Centre with an intersquad scrimmage. Terriers' Assistant Coach Paul Harland says they're not focusing on any specific line combinations, just feeling out the talent.

"Guys that played here last year -- they played a bit together -- and some of the older guys we tried to match up them against each other, and the younger guys against each other. So it was a competitive camp, and we're pretty happy with how that went."

Harland says they were a successful young squad last year, and they're young players are back bigger and stronger.

"Some of those young guys that are coming back are in good shape, and we're going to need them -- rely on them -- to play a lot of minutes for us and be big contributors."

With only 10 returning players, Harland looking forward to players battling for the remaining few spots with the club.

"If you look at the forwards coming back those guys pretty much have solidified spots, but after that, it's going to get pretty competitive, which is good for us. On the back-end there are some spots that are open."

The Terriers have 3 goalies at camp heading into the exhibition season and are down to 36 players on their roster. The dogs face Virden tomorrow night at the PCU Centre in their Rookie Game.