Ottawa Senators announce 2017-18 training camp roster

Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson (41) makes a save against the Pittsburgh Penguins. (Adrian Wyld/CP)

The Ottawa Senators have released the list of names set to suit up at the club’s training camp, beginning Thursday.

Thirty-three forwards, 18 defencemen and six netminders will attend, including three players on professional tryout deals and two on amateur tryouts. Nineteen of the Senators’ rookie camp attendees will get a shot at impressing the club’s brass during the big-league training camp as well.

The club will be missing two notable members of their squad when training camp begins, however, as captain Erik Karlsson and star forward Derick Brassard both remain sidelined with injury.

Karlsson’s timeline remains up in the air after having surgery to repair tendons in his left foot. The veteran defender said he’s unsure when he’ll be able to begin skating again. Brassard is still recovering from the shoulder surgery he underwent shortly after the club’s 2017 playoff run.

Here is a full list of the Senators’ training camp roster:

Drake Batherson
Mike Blunden
Derick Brassard*
Logan Brown
Alex Burrows
Filip Chlapik
Chris DiDomenico
Vincent Dunn
Ryan Dzingel
Kyle Flanagan
Alex Formenton
Gabriel Gagne
Mike Hoffman
Parker Kelly
Clarke MacArthur
Max McCormick
Jean-Gabriel Pageau
Nick Paul
Francis Perron
Tom Pyatt
Tyler Randell
Max Reinhart
Jack Rodewald
Bobby Ryan
Ben Sexton
Zack Smith
Mark Stone
Pius Suter
Nate Thompson
Kyle Turris
Chris VandeVelde
Colin White
Brendan Woods

Charles-David Beaudoin
Mark Borowiecki
Erik Burgdoerfer
Cody Ceci
Thomas Chabot
Fredrik Claesson
Cody Donaghey
Andreas Englund
Macoy Erkamps
Ben Harpur
Christian Jaros
Erik Karlsson*
Maxime Lajoie
Jordan Murray
Johnny Oduya
Dion Phaneuf
Patrick Sieloff
Chris Wideman

Craig Anderson
Mike Condon
Chris Driedger
Andrew Hammond
Marcus Hogberg
Danny Taylor

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