Training camp day 2: the basics

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

8 a.m. — Green practice

9:15 a.m. — Grey practice

10:30 a.m. — Blue practice

11:45 a.m. — Red practice

3 p.m. — Grey vs. Green

4:45 p.m. — Blue vs. Red

All sessions are at Comcast Arena and open to the public free of charge. For live updates follow me on Twitter at @NickHPatterson.

TEAM ROSTERS (players are listed with their birth year):

GREY

Goaltenders: Benjamin Colvin (99), Mario Petit (97).

Defensemen: Jantzen Leslie (99), Jake Christiansen (99), Cory Babichuk (98), Alex Astasiewicz (98), Kevin Davis (97).

Forwards: Josh Wharrie (99), Brendan Studioso (99), Connor Dewar (99), Duncan Long (97), Blake Bergquist (99), Gunnar Wegleitner (98), Kohl Bauml (94), Carson Stadnyk (95), Kevin Jakisch (98), Addison Runey (97), Tyler Sandhu (96).

GREEN

Goaltenders: Austin Lotz (95), Bryce Schiebel (99).

Defensemen: Sami Pharaon (99), Ryan Warner (98), Avery Belcourt (98), Cole MacDonald (95), Jordan Wharrie (97).

Forwards: Brayden Low (94), Jake Toor (99), Bryce Kindopp (99), Harrison Clark (99), Ryan Anderson (99), Troy Pichette (98), Spencer Gerth (98), Nic Ponak (97), John Greer (97), Chris Stockl (95), Ivan Nikolishin (96).

BLUE

Goaltenders: Nathan Spark (98), Nik Amundrud (97).

Defensemen: Jordon Robinson (99), Konsta Jaske (98), Matthew Clarke (98), Braden Stratton (97), Lucas Skrumeda (96), Carter Cochrane (96).

Forwards: Mikey Thomas (99), Carson Dimoff (99), Remi Laurencelle (95), Zane Jones (94), Cody Laskosky (99), Alec Johnson (98), Matt Fonteyne (97), James Orban (98), Andrew Fyten (98), Graham Millar (96).

RED

Goaltenders: Nick Ewanchuk (99), Carter Hart (98), Dayton Rasmussen (98).

Defensemen: Wyatte Wylie (99), Noah Juulsen (97), Tate Page (98), Ben Betker (94), Cam Dykstra (98), Tristen Pfeifer (96).

Forwards: Patrick Bajkov (97), Riley Sutter (99), Samuel Smith-Ackerl (99), Kolby Page (99), Dawson Leedahl (96), Brendan Weir (98), Sean Mallonee (98), Ivan Vilcauskas (97), Nik Malenica (97), Logan Aasman (95).

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