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Posted On Tuesday, 09.17.2013 / 11:41 AM

By NHL.com Staff -  /NHL.com - Training Camp 2013 blog

Senators sign Lazar to entry-level contract

The Ottawa Senators on Tuesday signed 2013 first-round pick Curtis Lazar to a three-year, entry-level contract.

"Curtis is a first-round pick and obviously a player and prospect that we think has a good upside," Senators general manager Bryan Murray told the team's website. "We're trying to get our best players tied up and he is certainly one of the guys of the future in this organization so we're very, very happy to get him signed at this point."

The 17th pick of the draft, Lazar had 38 goals and 61 points in 72 games with the Edmonton Oil Kings of the Western Hockey League last season, and then had nine goals and two assists in 20 playoff games.

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Posted On Tuesday, 09.17.2013 / 11:30 AM

By NHL.com Staff -  /NHL.com - Training Camp 2013 blog

Jets trim training camp roster by 10 players

The Winnipeg Jets trimmed their training camp Monday by 10 players.

Center Zachary Bell was sent to the team's American Hockey League affiliate, the St. John's Ice Caps. Nine other players were re-assigned to their junior teams.


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Posted On Tuesday, 09.17.2013 / 9:18 AM

By NHL.com Staff -  /NHL.com - Training Camp 2013 blog

Penguins sign Dea, trim 11 from training camp roster

The Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday signed forward Jean-Sebastien Dea to a three-year, entry-level contract while also re-assigning 11 players.

Dea, goaltenders Matt Murray and Tristan Jarry, and forward Matia Marcantuoni were sent back to their respective junior teams. Forwards Paul Thompson, Tom Kostopoulos, Brian Gibbons and Dominik Uher, and defensemen Clark Seymour, Reid McNeill and Nick D'Agostino were sent to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton of the American Hockey League.

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Posted On Tuesday, 09.17.2013 / 1:45 AM

By NHL.com Staff -  /NHL.com - Training Camp 2013 blog

Ducks cut seven players

The Anaheim Ducks cut their training camp roster to 53 players on Monday by returning one player to his junior team and releasing six more from amateur tryout agreements.

The Ducks returned defenseman Kenton Helgesen to the Calgary Hitmen of the Western Hockey League. Anaheim chose Helgesen in the seventh round (No. 187) in the 2012 NHL Draft.


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Posted On Tuesday, 09.17.2013 / 12:11 AM

By NHL.com Staff -  /NHL.com - Training Camp 2013 blog

Canadiens cut 14 players from training camp

The Montreal Canadiens pared their training camp roster by 14 players Monday.

Ten players -- forwards Joonas Nattinen, Stephen MacAulay, Stefan Fournier, Sven Andrighetto, Louis Leblanc and Erik Nystrom, goaltender Robert Mayer and defensemen Morgan Ellis, Darren Dietz and Dalton Thrower -- were sent to the Hamilton Bulldogs of the American Hockey League.

Defenseman Matt Lashoff will be invited to report to the Bulldogs training camp.

The Canadiens returned Martin Reway, Charles Hudon and Zachary Fucale to their respective teams in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.

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Posted On Monday, 09.16.2013 / 6:28 PM

By NHL.com Staff -  /NHL.com - Training Camp 2013 blog

Brunner joins Devils on tryout basis

Damien Brunner, an unsigned free agent forward, is joining the New Jersey Devils on a tryout basis.

General manager Lou Lamoriello confirmed prior to New Jersey's preseason game against the New York Rangers on Monday night that Brunner is joining the team and will be on the ice Tuesday morning.

Brunner, 27, spent five years playing for Zug in his native Switzerland before joining the Detroit Red Wings last season. He finished with 12 goals and 26 points in 44 games, then scored five goals and nine points in 14 Stanley Cup Playoff games.

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Posted On Monday, 09.16.2013 / 6:12 PM

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Canucks return Cassels and Subban to junior teams

The Vancouver Canucks pared their training-camp roster Monday by sending a pair of 2013 draft picks back to their junior teams in the Ontario Hockey League.

Cole Cassels, son of former NHL center Andrew Cassels, was sent back to the Oshawa Generals, while defenseman Jordan Subban, brother of Norris Trophy winner P.K. Subban and brother of Boston Bruins goaltending prospect Malcolm Subban, was returned to the Belleville Bulls.


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Posted On Monday, 09.16.2013 / 5:06 PM

By NHL.com Staff -  /NHL.com - Training Camp 2013 blog

Thomas to join Panthers on ice Tuesday

Florida Panthers general manager Dale Tallon told reporters Monday that goaltender Tim Thomas will be on the ice for training camp Tuesday after joining the team on a professional tryout.

The 39-year-old goaltender passed his physical Monday.

"He's a two-time Vezina Trophy winner, a Conn Smythe Trophy winner," Tallon told reporters. "We need goaltending. We need somebody to help us get to where we need to get to. Right now it's Tim Thomas. He's going to get an opportunity."

Thomas, 39, was named the League's top goalie in 2009 and 2011. He backstopped the Boston Bruins to the 2011 Stanley Cup, and along the way became the second goalie in NHL history to win the Vezina, Conn Smythe Trophy and Stanley Cup in the same season.
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Posted On Monday, 09.16.2013 / 4:39 PM

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Avalanche send seven to AHL

The Colorado Avalanche on Monday shifted seven players from their main training camp to the team's American Hockey League camp.

Sent to the Lake Erie Monsters were forwards Trevor Cheek and Gabriel Desjardins; defensemen Daniel Maggio, Lee Moffie and Mikael Tam; and goaltenders Kieran Millan and Kent Patterson.

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Posted On Monday, 09.16.2013 / 3:52 PM

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Klesla resting at home after whiplash, concussion

Phoenix Coyotes defenseman Rostislav Klesla was resting comfortably at home Monday after suffering a concussion and whiplash during a preseason game Sunday game against the Los Angeles Kings, coach Dave Tippett said at an afternoon press conference.

Klesla was taken from the ice at Jobing.com Arena on a stretcher midway through the first period after a hit by Kings forward Jordan Nolan. Klesla was alert and waved to the crowd as he was removed from the ice. He was taken to an area hospital and remained there until about 3 a.m., according to Tippett, before being released.

"He probably has a little bit of a headache but ... he's home, which is a good sign," Tippett said, adding there was no timetable for Klesla's return to the ice.

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