Duncan Keith returned to the Chicago Blackhawks for workouts at Fifth Third Arena.
The three-time Stanley Cup winner (2010, '13, '15) scored 27 points (three goals, 24 assists) and averaged 24:23 minutes of ice time in 61 games before the season was paused March 12 due to concerns surrounding the coronavirus. He played 189 consecutive games until a groin injury sustained Nov. 29 sidelined him for the next nine.
Keith was the 12th and final Blackhawks defenseman to report for Phase 2. Brent Seabrook skated July 9 and could return when Chicago plays the Edmonton Oilers in the Stanley Cup Qualifiers after surgery on his right shoulder (Dec. 27), left hip (January) and right hip (Feb. 6). Game 1 is at Rogers Place on Aug. 1. Defenseman Calvin de Haan (shoulder surgery, December) may also be available.
Vegas Golden Knights
Forward Peyton Krebs, chosen with the No. 17 pick in the 2019 NHL Draft, was added to the Golden Knights training camp roster released July 11. He scored 60 points (12 goals, 48 assists) in 38 games for Kootenay of the Western Hockey League after missing camp last September because of a partially torn Achilles.
"He's an elite young player that, at worse, is going to get great experience," general manager Kelly McCrimmon said. "It's a chance for (coach) Pete DeBoer to see Peyton Krebs, who of course hasn't had the opportunity. The bottom line with the decisions that we've made in respect to camp are who can help us win a Stanley Cup game? We've brought the people to camp that we believe can help win us a Stanley Cup game. There are situations where you rely on your depth, and we want to see Peyton in this situation to evaluate him further."
The Golden Knights will participate in a round-robin to determine the top four seeds in the Western Conference for the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Their first game is against the Dallas Stars in Edmonton on Aug. 3.
Tampa Bay Lightning
Forward Steven Stamkos sustained a lower-body injury during Phase 2 with the Lightning and will be limited to start training camp.
"He will be in camp. He's here. He's skating," Lightning general manager Julien BriesBois said Saturday. "He's been getting treatment. He's been coming to Amalie [Arena], doing his dry-land work. But he will not be a full participant on day one of training camp."
Stamkos had 66 points (29 goals, 37 assists) in 57 games this season. He missed the final seven games before the season was paused on March 12 due to concerns surrounding the coronavirus with a core muscle injury but BriesBois said this injury was unrelated.
Under the NHL Return to Play Plan, the Lightning will be one of 24 teams competing for the Stanley Cup. They will play the Boston Bruins, Philadelphia Flyers and Washington Capitals in the round-robin portion of the Stanley Cup Qualifiers to determine seeding for the Stanley Cup Playoffs in the Eastern Conference.
Provided health and safety conditions allow, the opening of training camps in the teams' local markets, which is the start of Phase 3, is scheduled for July 13. Teams will then travel July 26 to one of two hub cities, where they will begin Phase 4, the resumption of play, with the qualifiers starting Aug. 1. The 12 Eastern Conference teams will be based in Toronto, the 12 Western Conference teams will be based in Edmonton.
Zach Trotman is not expected to play for the Penguins in Phase 4 of the NHL Return to Play Plan.
The defenseman, who did not have a point in eight games this season, will be held out of the 24-team tournament for an undisclosed reason.
"We don't get into injuries, but it's something that he's trying to work through that could flare up when we get into the (hub city) bubble," Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford said Saturday. "We didn't want to take that chance."
Forwards Nick Bjugstad (spinal surgery) and Dominik Simon (shoulder surgery) also won't be available. Rutherford said, to his knowledge, the rest of the Penguins have been cleared to participate in training camp, as part of Phase 3, starting Monday.
The Penguins will play the Montreal Canadiens in the Stanley Cup Qualifiers, which begin Aug. 1. -- Wes Crosby, NHL.com independent correspondent
Sven Baertschi has chosen to opt out of the NHL Return to Play Plan.
Baertschi had two assists in six games with the Canucks this season having last played in the NHL on Nov. 19. The forward had 46 points (13 goals, 33 assists) in 43 games with Utica of the American Hockey League.
"It was a difficult decision but ultimately one we respect and understand," Canucks general manager Jim Benning said Saturday. "We have added Kole Lind to our Return to Play roster and will continue to focus on preparation for camp."
Any player may choose not to participate in Phases 3 and 4 without discipline or penalty.
The Canucks announced their training camp roster, which includes 18 forwards, 12 defensemen and four goalies. Camp is scheduled to open Monday.
Defenseman Greg Pateryn will be out indefinitely for the Wild with an upper-body injury.
Pateryn was listed as injured on the Wild's training camp roster, which was released Saturday. He played March 10, their last game before the season was paused two days later due to concerns surrounding the coronavirus.
Pateryn has three assists in 20 games this season
Columbus Blue Jackets
Liam Foudy will attend training camp with the Blue Jackets.
The 20-year-old center, who was on the team's roster which was announced Saturday, had one assist in two games with the Blue Jackets this season.
The No. 18 pick by Columbus in the 2018 NHL Draft, Foudy had 68 points (28 goals, 40 assists) in 45 games with London of the Ontario Hockey League this season and will try to earn a spot on the Blue Jackets' roster for the Stanley Cup Qualifiers against the Minnesota Wild.
Forwards Kyle Connor, Cody Eakin, Nikolaj Ehlers, Mark Scheifele and Blake Wheeler, defenseman Dmitry Kulikov, and goalie Connor Hellebuyck were among the Jets players to take part in Phase 2 on Friday.
The Jets opened their facilities Thursday but players skated for the first time Friday.
Defenseman Bowen Byram skated with the Avalanche in Phase 2 on Friday.
Byram, the No. 4 pick by Colorado in the 2019 NHL Draft, has not played in the NHL this season.
The 19-year-old had 52 points (14 goals, 38 assists) in 50 games with Vancouver of the Western Hockey League this season.
Brent Seabrook skated with his Blackhawks teammates Thursday and could return for the Stanley Cup Qualifiers.
The defenseman had surgery on his right shoulder (Dec. 27), left hip (January) and right hip (Feb. 6) and was expected to miss the remainder of the season with a recovery time of 5-6 months. With the NHL season having been paused on March 12 due to concerns surrounding the coronavirus, Seabrook has had time to recover.
"I'm feeling great. I'm feeling really good," Seabrook told NBC Sports Chicago in late April. "Things are moving in a good direction. ... I think I've been progressing pretty good and I'm just looking forward to getting back with the team and being able to skate as I'm sure everybody is," Seabrook said.
Seabrook, who wore a non-contact jersey in practice, will take part in training camp, which begins Monday. Defenseman Calvin de Haan, who had shoulder surgery in December and skated last week, also couldbe available when the Blackhawks play the Edmonton Oilers in one of eight best-of-5 Qualifier series.
"With this opportunity to get playing again and have those guys back in the mix is just so fun and I'm sure they're really excited and we're excited for them," defenseman Connor Murphy said in June.