Ottawa Senators Hockey Club

Ottawa Senators Hockey Club

June 27, 2011 15:12 ET

Senators Hold Annual Development Camp from June 28 to July 4

All 10 picks from the 2011 NHL Entry Draft will attend

OTTAWA, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - June 27, 2011) - The Ottawa Senators today released the schedule and list of 36 players attending the team's annual development camp from Tuesday, June 28, to Monday, July 4, at Scotiabank Place and the Bell Sensplex. The club invited three goaltenders, 10 defencemen and 23 forwards.

Each of the club's 10 selections from the 2011 NHL Entry Draft, held Friday and Saturday in St. Paul, Minn., will attend. Fans will also get their first chance to see David Rundblad, the defenceman the Senators acquired from the St. Louis Blues during the first round of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft.

The development camp, which focuses on off-ice and on-ice training, is led by Randy Lee, the Senators' director of player development and hockey administration, and the team's coaching staff headed up by video coach Tim Pattyson, strength and conditioning coach Chris Schwarz and power-skating specialist Marc Power.

Highlights of the Senators development camp schedule:

- On-ice training every day at the Bell Sensplex, starting Tuesday, June 28, at 1:30 p.m., with the exception of the camp's final day, Monday, July 4, which features the 3-on-3 tournament.

- After last summer's inaugural evening scrimmage (5-on-5), the event will once again be featured at this year's camp on Thursday, June 30, at 7 p.m. at the Bell Sensplex. The scrimmage will be followed by a meet and greet reception with Senators season-seat holders in the fieldhouse on the lower level of the Sensplex.

- The annual 3-on-3 tournament is set to take place at the Bell Sensplex on Monday, July 4, at 9:45 a.m.

- Off-ice workouts on the mornings of June 29, June 30, July 2 and July 3.

- An outdoor team-building event in the afternoon of July 1.

- A vision training session for goaltenders at Dynamic Edge Sports Vision Training Centre (Bell Sensplex)

- A specialized sport nutrition/cooking seminar held by Creative Nutrition specialist Molly Morgan.

- A champions talk with former New York Islanders captain Denis Potvin, a four-time Stanley Cup winner, and Todd Nicholson, who competed in his fourth Winter Paralympic Games in 2010 in Vancouver as part of Canada's national sledge hockey team.

- A defensive focus presentation with Senators assistant coach Luke Richardson.

- All on-ice workouts, including the team scrimmage and 3-on-3 tournament, are open to the public

- Media availability at Scotiabank Place following off-ice workouts and at the Bell Sensplex after on-ice practice sessions.

Highlights of the players coming to the development camp:

- Seventeen (17) players, marked on list below with an asterisk (*), attended the Senators development camp in 2010.

- Seven players spent at least a portion of their 2010-11 season skating for the Calder Cup-champion Binghamton Senators.

- Twenty-eight (28) of 36 players attending are Senators draft picks and four were selected in the first round. Rundblad was also chosen in the first round, by St. Louis in 2009.

- Two prospects played NHL games for Ottawa last season: Da Costa and Wiercioch.

Players scheduled to attend 2011 development camp:

No.PlayersPos.Ht.Wt.Age2010-11 TeamDrafted

GOALTENDERS

30 Greenham, Scott G 6-2 182 24 U. Alaska-Fairbanks (CCHA) Not drafted

32 Janecyk, Adam G 6-0 185 20 U. Michigan (CCHA) Not drafted

29 O'Connor, Matt G 6-6 186 19 Youngstown (USHL) Not drafted

DEFENCEMEN

63 * Aneloski, Bryce D 6-2 204 21 U. Nebraska-Omaha (WCHA) 2010 draft, 196th

70 * Blood, Ben D 6-3 232 21 North Dakota (WCHA) 2007 draft, 120th

74 * Borowiecki, Mark D 6-1 205 21 Clarkson (ECAC), Binghamton (AHL) 2008 draft, 139th

27 Claesson, Fredrik D 6-0 198 18 Djurgardens (Sweden) 2011 draft, 126th

2 * Cowen, Jared D 6-5 228 20 Spokane (WHL), Binghamton (AHL) 2009 draft, 9th

52 Fransoo, Jordan D 6-2 179 18 Brandon (WHL) 2011 draft, 186th

72 Lyamin, Kirill D 5-10 185 25 Severstal (KHL) 2004 draft, 58th

7 Rundblad, David D 6-2 189 20 Skelleftea (Sweden) 2009 draft, 17th (STL)

45 * Wideman, Chris D 5-10 177 21 Miami University (CCHA) 2009 draft, 100th

46 * Wiercioch, Patrick D 6-4 192 19 Binghamton (AHL), Ottawa (NHL) 2008 draft, 42nd

FORWARDS

48 Cannone, Pat L 5-11 192 24 Miami U. (CCHA), Binghamton (AHL) Not drafted

67 * Caporusso, Louie C 5-10 190 22 U. Michigan (CCHA) 2007 draft, 90th

73 Costello, Jeff L 6-0 190 20 Notre Dame (CCHA) 2009 draft, 146th

54 * Cowick, Corey L 6-3 208 21 Binghamton (AHL), Elmira (ECHL) 2009 draft, 160th

50 * Culek, Jakub L 6-2 177 18 Rimouski (QMJHL) 2010 draft, 76th

24 Da Costa, Stephane C 5-11 180 21 Merrimack College (HE), Ottawa (NHL) Not drafted

43 Dzingel, Ryan C 6-0 185 19 Lincoln (USHL) 2011 draft, 204th

59 * Dziurzynski, David L 6-3 204 21 Binghamton (AHL) Not drafted

57 * Grant, Derek C 6-3 196 21 Michigan State (CCHA), Binghamton (AHL) 2008 draft, 119th

53 Hamilton, Wacey R 5-10 177 20 Medicine Hat (WHL) Not drafted

68 * Hoffman, Mike L 6-1 172 21 Binghamton (AHL), Elmira (ECHL) 2009 draft, 130th

6 Kramer, Darren L 6-2 196 19 Spokane (WHL) 2011 draft, 156th

69 McCormick, Max L 5-11 175 19 Sioux City (USHL) 2011 draft, 171st

36 Noesen, Stefan R 6-1 193 18 Plymouth (OHL) 2011 draft, 20th

22 Pageau, Jean-Gabriel C 5-9 164 18 Gatineau (QMJHL) 2011 draft, 96th

61 * Peltz, Brad L 6-1 175 21 Yale University (ECAC) 2009 draft, 190th

20 * Petersson, André R 5-9 179 20 HV 71 Jonkoping (Sweden) 2008 draft, 109th

10 Prince, Shane L 5-11 185 19 Ottawa (OHL) 2011 draft, 61st

3 Puempel, Matt L 6-0 190 18 Peterborough (OHL) 2011 draft, 24th

33 * Silfverberg, Jakob R 6-2 190 20 Brynas Jr. (Sweden) 2009 draft, 39th

66 * Sorensen, Marcus R 5-11 153 19 Djurgardens (Sweden) 2010 draft, 106th

60 * Stone, Mark R 6-2 182 19 Brandon (WHL) 2010 draft, 178th

12 Zibanejad, Mika C 6-2 192 18 Djurgardens (Sweden) 2011 draft, 6th

** Roster subject to change.

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