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Penguins Set Rosters for Training, Rookie Camps

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Fifty-seven players are scheduled to attend the Pittsburgh Penguins’ training camp, which will get underway Sept. 22 at UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex.

The list includes 30 forwards, 21 defensemen and six goaltenders, none of whom will be on a professional tryout.

That’s noteworthy because last year, Brian Boyle earned a contract after attending camp on a tryout. He had been hoping to attend this camp, too, but Penguins officials apparently have decided against inviting him.

The Penguins also announced the participants for their rookie camp, which begins Sept. 15. There will be 13 forwards, nine defensemen and three goalies.

A squad of the rookies will face one from Boston Sept. 17 in Buffalo, as part of the annual prospects tournament there.

Here are the attendees for the regular camp:

Forwards — Corey Andonovski, Raivis Ansons, Josh Archibald, Teddy Blueger, Drake Caggiula, Jeff Carter, Sidney Crosby, Jamie Devane, Jordan Frasca, Ty Glover, Jonathan Gruden, Jake Guentzel, Filip Hallander, Danton Heinen, Sam Houde, Kasperi Kapanen, Nathan Legare, Evgeni Malkin, Brock McGinn, Alex Nylander, Drew O’Connor, Kyle Olson, Ryan Poehling, Sam Poulin, Valtteri Puustinen, Rickard Rakell, Bryan Rust, Lukas Svejkovsky, Radim Zohorna, Jason Zucker.

Defensemen — Isaac Belliveau, Nolan Collins, Brian Dumoulin, Taylor Fedun, Mark Friedman, P.O Joesph, Kris Letang, Jon Lizotte, Josh Maniscalco, Ryan McCleary, Chris Ortiz, Xavier Ouellet, Marcus Pettersson, Jeff Petry, Owen Pickering, Mitch Reinke, Chad Ruhwedel, Jan Rutta, Ty Smith, Jack St. Ivany, Colin Swoyer.

Goalies — Casey DeSmith, Taylor Gauthier, Tristan Jarry, Filip Lindberg, Tommy Nappier, Dustin Tokarski.

These are the players scheduled to attend the rookie camp:

Forwards — Brooklyn Kalmikov, Andonovski, Ansons, Frasca, Glover, Gruden, Hallander, Houde, Legare, Olson, Poulin, Puustinen, Svejkovsky.

Defensemen — Clay Hanus, Belliveau, Collins, Maniscalco, McCleary, Ortiz, Pickering, St. Ivany, Swoyer.

Goalies — Gauthier, Lindberg, Nappier.

In addition to the game against Bruins prospects, players in the Pittsburgh Penguins’ rookie camp will have four practices: Sept. 15 and 16 (10-11:30 a.m.) and Sept. 19-20 (9:45-11:30 a.m.).

The schedule for the regular training camp has not been released.

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