Montreal Canadiens announce 2017-18 training camp roster

Montreal Canadiens left wing Max Pacioretty (67) vies for the loose puck with Toronto Maple Leafs defenceman Morgan Rielly (44) during third period NHL hockey action in Toronto on Saturday, January 7, 2017. (Nathan Denette/CP)

The Montreal Canadiens have released a list of 61 players that will compete for roster spots when training camp begins on Thursday.

The Canadiens have six goaltenders, 19 defencemen and 36 forwards attending their training camp. Montreal will also have 16-of-23 players from rookie camp moving on to the main camp.

Newly-acquired forward Jonathan Drouin highlights the forwards attending camp this season. The Canadiens currently have him listed as a left-winger, but there’s a possibility that he will play centre under coach Claude Julien.

Karl Alzner, who joined the team on July 1 as a free agent, is also on the training camp roster.

Here is a full list of the Canadiens’ training camp attendees:

Jeremiah Addison
Daniel Audette
Jordan Boucher
David Broll
Paul Byron
Daniel Carr
Kevin Dufour
Phillip Danault
Jacob de la Rose
Jonathan Drouin
Thomas Ebbing
Markus Eisenschmid
Maxime Fortier
Byron Froese
Alex Galchenyuk
Brendan Gallagher
Alexandre Goulet
Jeremy Gregoire
Ales Hemsky
Peter Holland
Charles Hudon
Artturi Lehkonen
Andreas Martinsen
Michael McCarron
James McEwan
Torrey Mitchell
Max Pacioretty
Niki Petti
Tomas Pleknanec
Martin Reway
Nikita Scherbak
Andrew Shaw
Chris Terry
Yannick Veilleux
Antoine Waked

Joe Morrow
Karl Alzner
Jordie Benn
Simon Bourque
William Corrin
Brandon Davidson
Éric Gelinas
Jakub Jerabek
Noah Juulsen
Stefan Leblanc
Brett Lernout
Victor Mete
Thomas Parisi
Saverio Posa
Jeff Petry
Zach Redmond
Matt Taormina
David Schlemko
Mark Streit
Shea Weber

Zachary Fucale
Charlie Lindgren
Michael McNiven
Al Montoya
Carey Price
Antoine Samuel

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