Ottawa Senators Hockey Club

Ottawa Senators Hockey Club

June 30, 2011 12:29 ET

Senators Host Development Camp 5-on-5 Scrimmage This Evening at the Bell Sensplex

OTTAWA, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - June 30, 2011) - The Ottawa Senators continue their annual development camp by hosting a full team scrimmage for the second time this evening. After the success of last summer's inaugural event, the 5-on-5 team scrimmage will begin at 7 p.m. at the Bell Sensplex.

Ottawa's prospects will be divided into two teams to participate in simulated game action for one hour. Senators season-seat owners have been invited to attend a question-and-answer session with team president Cyril Leeder, assistant general manager Tim Murray, director of player personnel Pierre Dorion and new head coach Paul MacLean after the conclusion of the game. The session will be moderated by team broadcaster Gord Wilson. A meet-and-greet reception with players also follows the scrimmage. Both events will take place in the Bell Sensplex Fieldhouse.

The scrimmage will also serve as preparation for the annual round-robin 3-on-3 tournament, which closes out the camp next Monday. Both events will be open to the public and take place on the Scotiabank ice surface at the Bell Sensplex.

Rosters for the 2011 development camp 5-on-5 scrimmage:


Rick Wamsley (Coach)

Pat Cannone

Fredrik Claesson

Jeff Costello

Jared Cowen

Stephane Da Costa

David Dziurzynski

Nikita Filatov

Wacey Hamilton

Darren Kramer

Kirill Lyamin

Max McComick

Stefan Noesen

Brad Peltz

Andre Petersson

Marcus Sorensen

Chris Wideman

Patrick Wiercioch


Shawn Camp (Coach)

Bryce Aneloski

Ben Blood

Mark Borowiecki

Louie Caporusso

Corey Cowick

Jakub Culek

Ryan Dzingel

Jordan Fransoo

Derek Grant

Mike Hoffman

Jean-Gabriel Pageau

Shane Prince

David Rundblad

Jakob Silfverberg

Mark Stone

Mika Zibanejad

** Rosters are subject to change. The three goalies (Scott Greenham, Adam Janecyk and Matt O'Connor) will rotate between teams through the scrimmage session.

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