If you’re a 20-year-old or a goaltender reporting to Halifax Mooseheads training camp this week, don’t unpack your suitcase. You might not be here for long.

The Mooseheads, who open training camp at Cole Harbour Place tomorrow, expect to have five players vying for three over-age spots and three goalies with a legitimate shot at two openings.

“It’s a good problem to have,” said Mooseheads head coach and general manager Cam Russell. “It’s tough (for the players) but it’s like anything in life: Everybody is competing for a job, and unfortunately, not everyone is going to get one.”

Forwards Gerrad Grant and Charles Bety, defencemen Pascal Amyot and Paul Dimitruk, and goaltender Peter Delmas are in the mix for the over-age spots.

Delmas and fellow returnee Mathieu Corbeil, 19, along with 17-year-old rookie Anthony Terenzio, give the Mooseheads outstanding depth in the crease, making a goaltending trade a virtual guarantee.

“Some teams have expressed an interest, but I’m not in a hurry right now,” Russell said.