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Arizona Coyotes announce 2018-19 training camp roster

Sep 12, 2018, 5:38 PM
Arizona Coyotes center Clayton Keller (9) celebrates his goal with the bench during the first perio...
Arizona Coyotes center Clayton Keller (9) celebrates his goal with the bench during the first period of an NHL hockey game against the Washington Capitals, Monday, Nov. 6, 2017, in Washington. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)
(AP Photo/Nick Wass)

The Arizona Coyotes announced Wednesday the full roster for the training camp for their veterans, which begins on Friday, Sept. 14 at Gila River Arena.

The roster includes 63 players in total, with 22 who were on the roster for the team’s rookie camp that ended on Tuesday.

There will be 34 forwards, 22 defensemen and seven goaltenders in camp.

This year’s Coyotes roster doesn’t have many holes to be filled by prospects throughout the competition of camp, but that could change, given an injury. Defenseman Jakob Chychrun had surgery on his knee after an injury he suffered late last season, so if he misses any of the regular season, training camp performance could determine who steps in in the interim.

The Coyotes’ two most recent first-round draft picks, Barrett Hayton (2018) and Pierre Olivier-Joseph (2017), will be in camp, as will British-born seventh-round draft pick, forward Liam Kirk.

Here is the entire training camp roster:

GOALTENDERS (7)

Hunter Miska
Adin Hill
Antti Raanta
Darcy Kuemper
Ivan Prosvetov
Merrick Madsen
David Tendeck

DEFENSEMEN (22)

Niklas Hjalmarsson
Jakob Chychrun
Oliver Ekman-Larsson
Trevor Murphy
Alex Goligoski
Robbie Russo
Pierre Olivier-Joseph
Dakota Mermis
Kevin Connauton
Ilya Lyubushkin
Jacob Graves
Cam Dineen
Jason Demers
Jalen Smereck
Dysin Mayo
Dennis Busby
Kyle Capobianco
Jordan Gross
Jordan Oesterle
Kevin Ekman-Larsson
Kevin Bahl
Noel Hoefenmayer

FORWARDS (34)

Clayton Keller
Brendan Perlini
Laurent Dauphin
Vinnie Hinostroza
Richard Panik
Brad Richardson
Alex Galchenyuk
Christian Dvorak
Dylan Strome
Derek Stepan
Barrett Hayton
Hudson Fasching
Nick Cousins
Mario Kempe
Christian Fischer
Nick Merkley
Michael Grabner
David Ullstrom
Josh Archibald
Adam Helewka
Tyler Steenbergen
Kevin Klima
Michael Bunting
Liam Kirk
Trevor Cheek
Lawson Crouse
Kelly Klima
Jan Jenik
Nate Schnarr
Brayden Burke
Jens Looke
Conor Garland
Lane Pederson
Matteo Gennaro

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