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Leafs Announce 2010 Tournament Rookie Roster

by Staff Writer / Toronto Maple Leafs
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The Toronto Maple Leafs announced Tuesday their 28 player roster that will participate in a Rookie Tournament hosted by the Leafs in London, Ontario. The players will compete in three games beginning on Saturday, September 11 versus prospect teams from the Chicago Blackhawks, Pittsburgh Penguins and Ottawa Senators.

All three games will be shown LIVE on Rogers Toronto and Rogers London at 7 p.m.. The three games will also be shown on tape delay on beginning at 8 p.m. Game in an Hour will be on Leafs TV and Game in Six will be on

Attending the rookie tournament for the Maple Leafs is forward Nazem Kadri, who was Toronto’s first choice, selected seventh overall, at the 2009 Entry Draft. Other notables on the Leafs rookie tournament roster include defenceman Jesse Blacker, Keith Aulie and Simon Gysbers, and newly signed goaltenders Jussi Rynnas and Ben Scrivens.

In addition, five 2010 draft picks will bolster the Leafs roster at the rookie tournament: Bradley Ross (43rd overall), Greg McKegg (62nd overall), Sondre Olden (79th overall), Sam Carrick (144th overall) and Josh Nicholls (182nd overall).
Toronto Marlies head coach Dallas Eakins will oversee the club along with his assistant coaches Gord Dineen and Derek King.

Maple Leafs Rookie Practice & Game Schedule

Sat. Sept. 11        11:30 AM                   Practice
Sat. Sept. 11               7 PM                  Game vs. Chicago
Sun. Sept. 12       10:30 AM                   Practice
Sun. Sept. 12              7 PM                  Game vs. Pittsburgh
Tue. Sept. 14        11:30 AM                  Practice
Tue. Sept. 14               7 PM                  Game vs. Ottawa

2010 Toronto Maple Leafs Rookie Tournament Roster
Name Position Ht. Wt. Birthdate Shoots Last Club
Sam Carrick Forward 6-0 188 02/04/1992 Right Brampton (OHL)
Andrew Crescenzi Forward 6-4 195 07/29/1992 Left Kitchener (OHL)
Jerry D'Amigo Forward 5-11 208 02/19/1991 Left R.P. I. NCAA)
Jamie Devane Forward 6-5 217 02/20/1991 Left Toronto (AHL)
Brayden Irwin Forward 6-5 215 03/24/1987 Right Toronto (NHL)
Vermont (NCAA)
Nazem Kadri Forward 6-0 188 10/06/1990 Left Toronto (NHL)
Mike Liambas Forward 5'9 204 02/16/1989 Left Erie (OHL)
Bloomington (IHL)
Greg McKegg Forward 6-0 191 06/17/1992 Left Erie (OHL)
Dale Mitchell Forward 5'9 200 04/09/1989 Right Toronto (AHL)
Windsor (OHL)
Marcel Mueller Forward 6-3 220 07/10/1988 Left Cologne (GER)
Germany (OLY)
Germany (WC)
Josh Nicholls Forward 6'2 174 04/27/1992 Right Saskatoon (WHL)
Sondre Olden Forward 6-3 172 07/10/1988 Left Modo Jr. (Swe. Jr.)
Bradley Ross Forward 6-0 175 05/28/1992 Right Portland (WHL)
Kenny Ryan Forward 6-0 204 07/10/1991 Right WIndsor (OHL)
Mikhail Stefanovich Forward 6'2 202 11/27/1989 Right Quebec (QMJHL)
Belarus (WC)
Keith Aulie Defence 6-5 217 06/11/1989 Left Abbotsford (AHL)
Toronto (AHL)
Jesse Blacker Defence 6'1 190 04/19/1991 Right Toronto (AHL)
Windsor (OHL)
Owen Sound (OHL)
Erik Burgdoerfer Defence 6-2 210 12/11/1988 Right R.P. I. (NCAA)
Bakersfield (ECHL)
Dave Cowan Defence 6'4 205 12/20/1985 Right Norfolk (AHL)
Robert Morris (NCAA)
Marc-Andre Durion Defence 5-11 172 03/30/1987 Right McGill (CIS)
Simon Gysbers Defence 6'4 200 05/07/1987 Right Toronto (AHL)
Lake Superior State (NCAA)
Korbinian Holzer Defence 6-3 205 02/16/1988 Right Dusseldorf (DEL)
Germany (OLY)
Germany (WC)
Dallas Jackson Defence 6'2 188 03/31/1989 Left Prince George (WHL)
Kelowna (WHL)
Drew Paris Defence 6-4 200 05/12/1988 Right Toronto (AHL)
Barron Smith Defence 6'5 205 04/32/1991 Right Peterborough (OHL)
Andrew Engelage Goalie 6-5 206 10/28/1988 Left Toronto (AHL)
Reading (ECHL)
Jussi Rynnas Goalie 6'5 205 05/22/1987 Leftt Assat (SM-
Ben Scrivens Goalie 6-2 192 09/11/1986 Left Cornell (ECAC)

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