Arizona Coyotes announce roster for Sept. 7 rookie camp

Aug 23, 2018, 1:30 PM
Barrett Hayton, of Canada, puts on a jersey after being selected by the Phoenix Coyotes during the ...
Barrett Hayton, of Canada, puts on a jersey after being selected by the Phoenix Coyotes during the NHL hockey draft in Dallas, Friday, June 22, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Ainsworth)(Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press via AP)
(Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press via AP)

The Arizona Coyotes announced Thursday the roster and schedule of events for their 2018 rookie camp, which will begin Sept. 7 at the Scottsdale Ice Den.

That will be the only day the Coyotes’ rookie camp is in Phoenix, as it heads to Vegas the following day, Sept. 8, to begin a rookie tournament in Las Vegas at the Golden Knights’ training facility. The camp will continue in Vegas until its conclusion on Tuesday, Sept. 11.

The lone practice at the Ice Den is free and open to the public.

Seven of Arizona’s nine selections in the 2018 NHL Draft will be at the camp, including first-round pick Barrett Hayton. The 2017 first-round pick by Arizona, Pierre-Olivier Joseph, will also attend.

The entire NHL team’s first preseason game is on Sept. 16 at the Golden Knights at 5 p.m. They return home on Sept. 18 to play a split squad game against the LA Kings.

Here is the entire rookie camp roster, as listed on the team’s website:


David Tendeck
Ivan Prosvetov
Merrick Madsen


Pierre-Olivier Joseph
Cam Dineen
Jalen Smerek
Dennis Busby
Kyle Capobianco
Jordan Gross
Hudson Wilson
Kevin Bahl
Noel Hoefenmayer
Dylan Plouffe


Barrett Hayton
Tyler Steenbergen
Kevin Klima
Mika Cyr
Sam Fagemo
Liam Kirk
Kelly Klima
Jeremy McKenna
Jan Jenik
Max Gerlach
Nate Schnarr
Keeghan Howdeshell
Brayden Burke
Jens Looke
Albert Michnac
Zachary Roberts
Lane Pederson
Matteo Gennaro

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