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VGK Announce 2019 Development Camp Roster And Schedule Of Events

2019 Development Camp Presented By Martin-Harris Construction

by Vegas Golden Knights @GoldenKnights / VegasGoldenKnights.com

VEGAS (June 23, 2019) - The Vegas Golden Knights announced today, June 23, their roster and updated schedule for the team's 2019 Development Camp presented by Martin-Harris Construction at City National Arena. Both ice sheets at City National Arena will be in use during Development Camp. Please note practice times and availability are subject to change.

The Golden Knights Development Camp will be held from Tuesday, June 25 through Saturday, June 29. All on-ice practice sessions of the Development Camp are open to the public and the media. Development Camp participants and Golden Knights staff members will partake in a special community service event on Tuesday, June 25. Details of the community event will be announced later.

Flash Seats tickets will be required for all joint scrimmages on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. For more information about complimentary tickets, reserved seating and VIP experiences, please visit https://www.nhl.com/goldenknights/tickets/dev-camp.

For the third consecutive year, Vegas Golden Knights Development Camp participants will partake in a special community event on Tuesday, June 25. The organization will team up with Deacon Tom Roberts of Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada (1501 N. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89101) to prepare and serve a meal for more than 1,000 of Southern Nevada's most vulnerable men, women and children.

Players and staff will arrive at Catholic Charities around 10:15 a.m. PT.

The Development Camp roster features 43 players, including 24 forwards, 15 defensemen and four goaltenders.

GOLDEN KNIGHTS 2019 DEVELOPMENT CAMP PRESENTED BY MARTIN-HARRIS CONSTRUCTION ROSTER AS OF JUNE 23:
(Players are listed in alphabetical order by last name)

Forwards (24): Wyatt Bongiovanni, Nick Campoli, Mitchell Chaffee, Ryder Donovan, Pavel Dorofeyev, Jack Dugan, Lucas Elvenes, Cody Glass, Taro Jentzsch, Ben Jones, Marcus Kallionkieli, Brandon Kruse, Jake Leschyshyn, Jermaine Loewen, Cole MacKay, Cullen McLean, Mick Messner, Garrett Pinoniemi, Mason Primeau, Jonas Rondbjerg, Charles-Antoine Roy, Zak Smith, Keenan Suthers and Gustaf Westlund.

Defensemen (15): Layton Ahac, Xavier Bouchard, Dylan Coghlan, Connor Corcoran, Bray Crowder, Slava Demin, Peter Diliberatore, Nicolas Hague, Kaedan Korczak, Mason Lohrei, Brayden Pachal, Kirby Proctor, Tim Theocharidis, Zach Uens and Mike Vorlicky.

Goaltenders (4): Dylan Ferguson, Jordan Kooy, Jiri Patera and Isaiah Saville.

ROSTER NOTES:
Layton Ahac: Led defensemen in scoring for the Prince George Spruce Kings (BCHL) with 32 points (4 G, 28 A) in 53 games during the 2018-19 season and helped lead the team to a BCHL championship
 
Wyatt Bongiovanni: Led all freshmen with 14 goals and finished with 23 points to go with 20 penalty minutes in 38 games with the Quinnipiac Bobcats (NCAA) and helped lead the team to a 2019 NCAA tournament appearance
 
Xavier Bouchard: Led all defensemen on the Baie-Comeau Drakkar (QMJHL) in scoring with 46 points (7 G, 39 A) in 60 games during the 2018-19 regular season and added two assists in seven playoff games
 
Nick Campoli: Registered nine points (4 G, 5 A) in 39 games during freshman season and helped lead the Clarkson Golden Knights (NCAA) to a 26-11-2 overall record during the 2018-19 season
 
Mitchell Chaffee: Led the UMass Minutemen (NCAA) with 18 goals, ranked third on the team with 42 points in 40 games and helped lead the team to a 2019 Frozen Four national championship appearance
 
Dylan Coghlan: Led all defensemen on the Chicago Wolves (AHL) in scoring posting 40 points (15 G, 25 A) to go with 22 penalty minutes in 66 games during the 2018-19 regular season and added two assists in seven Calder Cup Playoff games
 
Connor Corcoran: Led all defensemen on the Windsor Spitfires (OHL) posting 32 points (10 G, 22 A) to go with 30 penalty minutes in 68 games during the 2018-19 regular season and added three points (2 G, 1 A) in four playoff games
 
Bray Crowder: Finished with two assists to go with 24 penalty minutes in 36 games during freshman campaign with the Miami RedHawks (NCAA) in 2018-19
 
Slava Demin: Recorded 14 points (4 G, 10 A) and finished with a team-high plus 20 in 41 games for the Denver Pioneers and helped lead the team to a 2019 Frozen Four appearance; will participate for Team USA at the 2019 World Junior Summer Showcase July 26 - August 3 in Plymouth, Michigan
 
Peter Diliberatore: Led all freshmen with the Quinnipiac Bobcats (NCAA) with 16 assists and finished with 19 points for Bobcats while helping lead the team to a 2019 NCAA tournament appearance; will participate for Team Canada at the 2019 World Junior Summer Showcase July 26 - August 3 in Plymouth, Michigan
 
Ryder Donovan: Posted 25 points (8 G, 17 A) in 19 games for Team North in the UMHSEHL during the 2018-19 season and represented Team USA at the Hlinka Gretzky Cup in 2019, finishing with 2 points (1 G, 1 A) in 4 games
 
Pavel Dorofeyev: Recorded 31 points (17 G, 14 A) in 19 games during the 2018-19 season with Stalnye Lisy Magnitogorsk (MHL) and was named to the 2019 MHL All-Star Game
 
Jack Dugan: Ranked second on the team with 39 points (10 G, 29 A) to go with 48 penalty minutes in 41 games during freshman campaign with the Providence Friars (NCAA) and helped lead the team to a 2019 NCAA tournament appearance
 
Lucas Elvenes: Recorded 20 points (3 G, 17 A) to go with four penalty minutes in 42 games for Rogle BK (SHL) of the during the 2018-19 season
 
Dylan Ferguson: Had a 3.01 goals-against average and .908 save percentage in 49 games with Kamloops Blazers during the 2018-19 regular season and appeared in five playoff games with a 3.29 GAA and .887 save percentage.
 
Cody Glass: Recorded 69 points (15 G, 54 A) to go with 18 penalty minutes in 38 games with the Portland Winterhawks (WHL) also appeared with the Chicago Wolves, playing in 6 games and finishing with five points (3 G, 2A) during the 2018-19 regular season and tied for a team-high 15 points (7 G, 8 A) to go with six penalty minutes in 22 games during the Calder Cup Playoffs
 
Nicolas Hague: Recorded 32 points (13 G, 19 A) to go with 38 penalty minutes in 75 games with the Chicago Wolves during the 2018-19 regular season and appeared in all 22 Calder Cup playoff games finishing with 11 points (4 G,7 A) to go with 31 penalty minutes
 
Taro Jentzsch: Recorded 42 points (18 G, 24 A) in 53 games with Sherbrooke Phoenix (QMJHL) during the 2018-19 season, added five points (2 G, 3 A) in nine playoff games for the Phoenix and represented Team Germany in the World Juniors-U20
 
Ben Jones: Recorded a career-high and tied for team-high 102 points (41 G, 61 A) to go with 82 penalty minutes in 68 games during the 2018-19 season and added seven points (2 G, 5 A) to go with eight penalty minutes in 11 playoff games with the Niagara IceDogs (OHL)
 
Marcus Kallionkieli:
Ranked third in scoring with 53 points (29 G, 24 A) in 58 games for the Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) during the 2018-19 season and was named to the USHL All-Rookie Team
 
Jordan Kooy: Had a 2.87 goals-against average and .908 save percentage in 26 games with the London Knights (WHL) and appeared in 11 playoff games posting a 2.66 GAA and .903 save percentage
 
Kaedan Korczak: Ranked second amongst defensemen in scoring for the Kelowna Rockets (WHL) with 33 points (4 G, 29 A) in 68 games during the 2018-19 regular season
 
Brandon Kruse:
Named to the 2018-19 All-WCHA Second Team after recording 41 points (10 G, 31 A) in 41 games for the Bowling Green Falcons (NCAA), which ranked second on the team in scoring and led the Flacons in assists, and scored the team's first NCAA tournament goal since 1990
 
Jake Leschyshyn: Split the 2018-19 regular season with the Regina Pats (WHL) and Lethbridge Hurricanes (WHL) recording 81 points (40 G, 41 A), finished with 10 points (6 G, 4 A) in seven playoff games for the Hurricanes and also appeared in three regular season games and two Calder Cup Playoff games with the Chicago Wolves
 
Jermaine Loewen: Recorded 46 points (28 G, 18 A) to go with 44 penalty minutes with the Kamloops Blazers (WHL) during the 2018-19 season and added six points (3 G, 3 A) in six games during the playoffs
 
Mason Lohrei: Split time during the 2018-19 season between the Green Bay Gamblers (USHL) and Culver Military Academy Prep (USHS-IN), posting 27 points (4 G, 23 A) in 42 games for the Eagles
 
Cole MacKay: Recorded 61 points (27 G, 34 A) to go with 38 penalty minutes in 65 games during the 2018-19 regular season for the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (OHL) and added four points (1 G, 3 A) to go with 14 penalty minutes in 11 playoff games
 
Cullen McLean: Recorded 16 points (6 G, 10 A) to go with 14 penalty minutes in 54 games during the 2018-19 regular season for the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (OHL) and appeared in three playoff games
 
Mick Messner: Recorded 12 points (7 G, 5 A) to go with 12 penalty minutes in 37 games for the Wisconsin Badgers (NCAA) during the 2018-19 season
 
Brayden Pachal: Posted a career-best 51 points (15 G, 36 A) to go with 113 penalty minutes and plus-76 in 66 games for the Prince Albert Raiders (WHL) during the 2018-19 regular season and added eight points (1 G, 7 A) in 23 playoff games for the Raiders
 
Jiri Patera: Finished with a .906 save percentage and a 3.31 goals-against average in 48 games during the 2018-19 season for the Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL) and also represented the Czech Republic at the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship
 
Garrett Pinoniemi: Split time between Team Northeast (UMHSEHL), recording 28 points (7 G, 21 A) in 21 games, Holy Family Catholic (USHS-MN), recording 66 points (26 G, 40 A) in 24 games, and appeared in one game for the USNTDP
 
Mason Primeau: Started the 2018-19 season with the Guelph Storm (OHL), recording 7 points (3 G, 4 A) in 20 games, finished with North Bay Battalion (OHL), collecting 26 points (10 G, 16 A) in 49 games and added three points (1 G, 2 A) in five playoff games for the Battalion
 
Kirby Proctor: Recorded 18 points (1 G, 17 A) to go with 35 assists in 60 games with the Des Moines Buccaneers (USHL) and appeared in four playoff games for the Buccaneers
 
Jonas Rondbjerg: Tallied six points (2 G, 4 A) to go with six penalty minutes in 45 games with the Växjö Lakers HC (SHL) during the 2018-19 regular season and also represented Denmark at the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship
          
Charles-Antoine Roy: Recorded 31 points (18 G, 13 A) and 25 penalty minutes in 59 regular season games for the Gatineau Olympiques (QMJHL) during the 2018-19 season and added four points (3 G, 1 A) in five playoff games
 
Isaiah Saville: Finished with a league-best 1.90 goals-against average and a .925 save percentage in 34 games with the Tri-City Storm (USHL) during the 2018-19 season and was named the USHL Goaltender of the Year
 
Zak Smith: Recorded 24 points (13 G, 11 A) to go with 10 penalty minutes in 67 regular season games for the Red Deer Rebels (WHL) during the 2018-19 season and also appeared in four playoff games for the Rebels
 
Keenan Suthers: Recorded 14 points (5 G, 9 A) to go with 16 penalty minutes in 30 games with the St. Lawrence Saints (NCAA) during the 2018-19 season
 
Tim Theocharidis: Appeared in 34 games during the 2018-19 season, finishing with 11 points (4 G, 7 A) to go with 16 penalty minutes as a freshman with the Bowling Green Falcons (NCAA) and helped lead the Falcons to a 2019 NCAA tournament appearance
 
Zach Uens: Recorded 22 points (6 G, 16 A) to go with 34 penalty minutes in 34 regular season games for the Wellington Dukes (OJHL) and also added 10 points (2 G, 8 A) to go with 20 penalty minutes in 22 playoff games for the Dukes
 
Mike Vorlicky: Split the 2018-19 regular season between Team Southwest (UMHSEHL), recording 13 points (6 G, 7 A) in 19 games, Edina High (USHS-MN), recording 22 points (4 G, 18 A), and the Madison Capitals (USHL) finishing with three assists in six games
 
Gustaf Westlund: Recorded 19 points (5 G, 14 A) during freshman season for the Ohio State Buckeyes (NCAA) during the 2018-19 season, was named to the 2019 Big Ten All-Freshman team and helped lead Buckeyes to a 2019 NCAA tournament appearance

GOLDEN KNIGHTS 2019 DEVELOPMENT CAMP PRESENTED BY MARTIN-HARRIS CONSTRUCTION NUMERICAL ROSTER:
1 Dylan Ferguson Goaltender
9 Cody Glass Forward
10 Charles-Antoine Roy Forward
12 Mike Vorlicky Defenseman
13 Pavel Dorofeyev Forward
14 Nicolas Hague Defenseman
20 Kaedan Korczak Defenseman
24 Garrett Pinoniemi Forward
31 Isaiah Saville Goaltender
32 Jiri Patera Goaltender
34 Jordan Kooy Goaltender
39 Jake Leschyshyn Forward
42 Slava Demin Defenseman
44 Layton Ahac Defenseman
46 Jonas Rondbjerg Forward
47 Ryder Donovan Forward
49 Peter Diliberatore Defenseman
51 Jack Dugan Forward
52 Dylan Coghlan Defenseman
53 Marcus Kallionkieli Forward
54 Jermaine Loewen Forward
57 Mason Primeau Forward
60 Nick Campoli Forward
64 Ben Jones Forward
65 Mitchell Chaffee Forward
70 Lucas Elvenes Forward
74 Kirby Proctor Defenseman
76 Gustaf Westlund Forward
77 Tim Theocharidis Defenseman
79 Keenan Suthers Forward
82 Xavier Bouchard Defenseman
83 Taro Jentzsch Forward
84 Mick Messner Forward
85 Connor Corcoran Defenseman
86 Zach Uens Defenseman
87 Brandon Kruse Forward
90 Zak Smith Forward
91 Cole MacKay Forward
93 Bray Crowder Defenseman
94 Brayden Pachal Defenseman
95 Cullen McLean Forward
96 Wyatt Bongiovanni Forward
97 Mason Lohrei Defenseman
No. Player Position

GOLDEN KNIGHTS 2019 DEVELOPMENT CAMP PRESENTED BY MARTIN-HARRIS CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE:
(Times are subject to change, all times Pacific)
Tuesday, June 25
WHO:    Vegas Golden Knights Prospects and Staff
WHEN:  June 25, 2019
10:15 a.m. - Golden Knights prospects and staff arrive for meal prep
10:30 a.m. - Community meal begins
WHERE:  Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada
1501 N. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89101
 
Tuesday, June 25
-Team Grey Practice, 2:15 PM, City National Arena
-Team White Practice, 4:15 PM, City National Arena
 
Wednesday, June 26
-Team White Practice, 9:15 AM, City National Arena
-Team Grey Practice, 11:30 AM, City National Arena
-Team White Practice, 3 PM, City National Arena
-Team Grey Practice, 5:15 PM, City National Arena
 
Thursday, June 27
-Team White Practice, 9:15 AM, City National Arena
-Team Grey Practice, 11:15 AM, City National Arena
-Joint Scrimmage, 4 PM, City National Arena
 
Friday, June 28
-Joint Scrimmage, 10 AM, City National Arena
 
Saturday, June 29
-Joint Scrimmage, 9:15 AM, City National Arena

ABOUT THE VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS
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ABOUT CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF SOUTHERN NEVADA
Since 1941, the mission of Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada has been to serve those in need - the most vulnerable -regardless of race, religion or creed. This leading community resource offers help and hope with dignity as it strives to meet the diverse needs of men, women and children in Southern Nevada. Through the generosity of foundations, grants, organizations and individual donors, Catholic Charities operates 16 programs providing support to more than 4,200 people daily and encompassing four core areas: Family Services, Food Services, Immigration and Refugee Services and Homeless and Housing Services. Catholic Charities also operates the largest Meals on Wheels program and Emergency Shelter Services in Southern Nevada. For additional information, please visit CatholicCharities.com.

 

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