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Panthers Development Camp in Ontario ... Starts Sunday

Development The Panthers will open their developmental camp on Sunday in Orangeville, Ontario, with a number of the franchise's top young players participating. Included on this list is Michael Frolik, last year's breakout player of the year. Also attending is Michal Repik, Keaton Ellerby, Shawn Matthias and Jason Garrison -- all guys who will be fightning for a roster spot when training camp opens.

The Panthers will have five goalies participating, including newly-signed Alexander Selak. Jacob Markstrom, Florida's starter-in-waiting, will also participate.

JM the GM will be there, as will Randy Sexton and Pete DeBoer.




FLORIDA PANTHERS DEVELOPMENT CAMP ROSTER - NUMERICAL

# FORWARDS/DEFENSEMEN HOW ACQUIRED POS. HT – WT BORN 2008-09 CLUB GP G A PTS +/- PIM

32 Michal Repik FLA 2nd pick (40th) - 2007 RW 5'10" - 182 12/31/1988 Rochester (AHL) 75 19 30 49 -13 58







Florida (NHL) 5 2 0 2 1 2

36 Dan Collins FLA 3rd pick (90th) - 2005 RW 6'1" - 195 2/26/1987 Rochester (AHL) 56 5 2 7 -11 25

39 Keaton Ellerby FLA 1st pick (10th) - 2007 D 6'4" - 186 11/5/1988 Rochester (AHL) 75 3 20 23 -8 44

41 Shawn Matthias AIT for T. Bertuzzi - 2007 C 6'4" - 216 2/19/1988 Rochester (AHL) 61 10 10 20 -34 16







Florida (NHL) 16 0 2 2 -3 2

42 Ryan Watson FLA 7th pick (191st) - 2007 LW 6'1" - 175 3/1/1988 Western Michigan (CCHA) 35 4 2 6 -8 22

46 Brady Calla FLA 2nd pick (73rd) - 2006 RW 6'1" - 205 3/14/1988 Kamloops (WHL) 19 5 8 13 8 31







Spokane (WHL) 31 11 14 25 10 27







WHL Totals 50 16 22 38 18 58







Playoffs 12 1 3 4 4 6







Rochester (AHL) 8 0 1 1 0 9

47 Colby Robak FLA 2nd pick (46th) - 2008 D 6'3" - 207 4/24/1990 Brandon Wheat (WHL) 65 13 29 42 30 41







Playoffs 12 6 8 14 12 4

48 Luke Beaverson FLA 7th pick (283rd) - 2004 D 6'5" - 227 12/11/1984 Rochester (AHL) 15 0 1 1 -3 21







Florida (ECHL) 28 0 3 3 5 36

49 Andrew Sweetland FA - 2008 F 6'2" - 204 10/21/1986 Rochester (AHL) 48 1 2 3 -4 12







Florida (ECHL) 23 10 13 23 4 8







ECHL Playoffs 11 2 4 6 1 2

51 James DeLory FA - 2008 D 6'5" - 225 3/3/1988 Oshawa (OHL) 33 4 6 10 -11 53







Florida (ECHL) 1 0 0 0 0 0

52 Jason Garrison FA - 2008 D 6'2" - 220 11/13/1984 Rochester (AHL) 75 8 27 35 -14 68







Florida (NHL) 1 0 0 0 0 0

54 Matt Duffy FLA 5th pick (104th) - 2005 D 6'2" - 201 2/21/1986 Maine (HE) 39 7 10 17 -15 64







Florida (ECHL) 2 0 0 0 -1 0







ECHL Playoffs 3 0 1 1 1 2







Rochester (AHL) 9 2 4 6 2 4

55 Jordan Henry FA - 2007 D 6'2" - 198 2/11/1986 Rochester (AHL) 69 4 12 16 -8 111

56 Adam Comrie FLA 3rd pick (80th) - 2008 D 6'4" - 196 7/31/1990 Saginaw (OHL) 52 9 21 30 13 70







Playoffs 8 0 2 2 0 8

59 AJ Jenks FLA 4th pick (100th) -2008 LW 6'2 - 206 6/27/1990 Plymouth (OHL) 61 21 31 52 -7 78







Playoffs 11 1 2 3 -1 18

60 Evgeni Dadonov FLA 3rd pick (71st) - 2007 RW 5'10" - 178 3/12/1989 Chelyabinsk Traktor (KHL) 40 11 4 15 2 8







World Jrs. (Russia) 7 2 5 7 6 2







Playoffs 2 0 0 0 1 0

62 Michael Caruso FLA 3rd pick (103rd) - 2006 D 6'2" - 187 7/5/1988 Rochester (AHL) 73 1 9 10 -10 66

63 Roman Derlyuk FLA 7th pick (164th) - 2005 D 6'5" - 198 10/27/1986 Balashikha HC MVD (KHL) 54 3 8 11 7 50

67 Michael Frolik FLA 1st pick (10th) - 2006 C 6'1" -200 2/17/1988 Florida (NHL) 79 21 24 45 10 22

68 Mike Duco FA - 2007 LW 5'9" - 192 7/8/1987 Rochester (AHL) 68 14 14 28 -19 147

70 Peter Aston FLA 5th Round (155th) - 2006 D 6'1" - 204 2/24/1986 Rochester (AHL) 53 2 8 10 -10 24

71 Kenndal McArdle FLA 1st pick (20th) - 2005 LW 5'11" - 190 1/4/1987 Rochester (AHL) 58 12 12 24 -4 79







Florida (NHL) 3 0 0 0 -1 2

72 John Lee FLA 5th pick (131st)- 2007 D 6'1" - 173 1/16/1989 Denver (WCHA) 39 0 5 5 3 32







NCAA Tournament 1 0 0 0 -1 0

73 Eric Selleck TRY-OUT F 6'1" - 195
Oswego (USCHO) 26 13 13 26 N/A 45


GOALTENDER HOW ACQUIRED C HT – WT BORN TEAM GP W-L-T GAA SO SV% SOG SAVES GA
33 Marc Cheverie FLA 6th pick (193rd) - 2006 L 6'3" - 183 2/22/1987 Denver (WCHA) 40 23-12-5 2.34 4 .921 1182 1089 93






NCAA Tournament 1 0-1-0 4.00 0 .862 29 25 4
34 Brian Foster FLA 6th pick (161st) - 2005 L 6'2" - 175 2/4/1987 New Hampshire (HE) 33 18-10-4 2.63 3 .910 960 874 86






NCAA Tournament 2 1-1-0 3.50 0 .897 68 61 7
35 Tyler Plante FLA 2nd pick (32nd) - 2005 L 6'3" - 203 4/16/1987 Rochester (AHL) 19 5-10-1 3.25 0 .902 501 452 49






Dayton (ECHL) 20 6-11-1 3.35 0 .888 538 478 60

Markstrom, Jacob FLA 2nd pick (31st) - 2008 G 6'3" - 178 1/31/1990 Brynas IF Gavle (SEL) 35 14-14-5 2.38 3 .917 954 875 79






World Jrs. (Sweden) 5 4-1-0 1.61 1 .943 140 132 8






Friendly vs SUI 1 1-0-0 3.00 0 .889 27 24 3

Salak, Alexander FA-2009 L 6'1"-189 1/5/1987 TPS Turku (FIN) 53 20-20-9 2.40 4 .923 1548 1429 119
















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Wow i did not know markstrom would be allowed to participate due to him being under contract to his team in sweden but man i hope they get some video of this. Just like matt wieters's made his debut for the O's this week. The anticipation (well at least for me) is the same for markstrom.

George, did the Herald splurge and send you there? Would be nice to get some insight on the prospects. Curious about Evgeni Dadonov, He was available mainly because most teams are afraid to take Russians without an agreement with Russia. Would also like to know how Salak performs, from what I read this guy could give Markstrom a run for the money. Thanks for the updates.

ha...no, wish I was up there though...sounds like it could be a lot of fun and I would have liked to have seen some of these young guys and how they perform without the pressures of training camp on them...

Thanks for a reply. Enjoy tonights game.

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