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White Sox GM Rick Hahn issues statement on Michael Kopech

Michael Kopech White Sox 2018 photo By Juanpablo7145 - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https commons.wikimedia.org

 

White Sox General Manager Rick Hahn issued the following statement regarding pitcher Michael Kopech:

“Michael Kopech has informed us of his decision to not participate in the 2020 season. We recognize that reaching this decision is incredibly difficult for any competitive athlete, and our organization is understanding and supportive. We will work with Michael to assure his development continues throughout 2020, and we look forward to welcoming him back into our clubhouse for the 2021 season.”

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MICHAEL KOPECH INFORMATION FROM WIKIPEDIA COMMONS
Chicago White Sox – No. 34
Pitcher
Born: April 30, 1996 (age 24)
Mount Pleasant, Texas
Bats: Right Throws: Right
MLB debut
August 21, 2018, for the Chicago White Sox
MLB statistics
(through 2018 season)
Win–loss record 1–1
Earned run average 5.02
Strikeouts 15
Teams

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MLB announces 2021 Season Schedule

All 30 Clubs Scheduled to Play on Opening Day on Thursday, April 1st; Yankees-Mets to Square Off on 20th Anniversary of September 11th

 

Major League Baseball today announced its master 2021 Major League regular season schedule, which will begin with all 30 Major League Clubs playing on Thursday, April 1st. The 2021 season will mark the fourth consecutive season in which all 30 Clubs are scheduled to play on traditional Opening Day (including 2020’s original regular season schedule), and Opening Day of the 2021 campaign could also become the first season since 1968 in which every team across the Majors plays their first game of the season on the same day.

Opening Day will feature 10 divisional match-ups among the 15 games in addition to three Interleague contests, featuring the Tampa Bay Rays at the Miami Marlins, the Minnesota Twins visiting the Milwaukee Brewers and the San Francisco Giants at the Seattle Mariners. Six games are scheduled for Friday, April 2nd, a full slate of 15 games will be played on Saturday, April 3rd, and Sunday April 4th will include 13 contests.

Interleague Play throughout the season will feature the AL East vs. NL East, AL Central vs. NL Central and AL West vs. NL West. The New York Mets will host the New York Yankees at Citi Field from September 10th-12th, marking the first time the New York franchises will play each other on September 11th as MLB observes its 20th anniversary. The two teams will also square off earlier in the season at Yankee Stadium during Fourth of July weekend.

In addition, other highlights of the 2021 schedule include:

• The Los Angeles Dodgers will begin their home schedule with a three-game series against the Washington Nationals from April 9th-11th, a rematch of their five-game National League Division Series in 2019.

• The Atlanta Braves will host the St. Louis Cardinals for four games across Father’s Day weekend from June 17th-20th, a rematch of their five-game National League Division Series in 2019.

• The 91st All-Star Game on Tuesday, July 13th at Trust Park in Atlanta, the ballpark’s first Midsummer Classic and the first to be played in Atlanta since 2000 at Turner Field.

• The final day of the 2021 regular season on Sunday, October 3rd, featuring 12 divisional games.

 

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Toronto Blue Jays announce $7.5 Million to Community Commitment

For more than two decades, the Blue Jays and Jays Care have worked to create a level playing field for children and youth across Canada. Today, the club and foundation announce a $7.5 million commitment in 2020 to support Canadian families in underserved communities.

Though COVID-19 has impacted all Canadians, the pandemic has disproportionately affected those already facing significant barriers in their everyday lives. The pandemic has exacerbated pervasive social issues for communities with greater concentrations of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Colour) individuals, and caused additional strain for families of children living with disabilities. This is the time our communities need our help the most and the Blue Jays are committed to meaningful action to support a more just and equitable Canada.

The Blue Jays Community Commitment will benefit four key areas:

  • Virtual Programming: Enabling virtual programming for thousands of kids in partnership with Toronto Community Housing, Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada, and Indigenous communities across the country, designed to keep children and youth active and building life skills, when so many other programs have been forced to cancel.
  • Virtual Summer Camp with Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada
  • Virtual Toronto Community Housing Rookie League
  • Virtual Indigenous Rookie League
  • Providing Meals: Supporting food security for families living in Toronto Community Housing and, in partnership with Rogers, the temporary transformation of Rogers Centre as a food distribution site to pack and ship millions of meals to food banks across the country.

· Adaptive Home Baseball Kits: Distributing more than 1,000 adaptive home baseball kits to help kids enrolled in Challenger Baseball stay active this summer and fill gaps in regular programming for the families of kids living with disabilities.

· Building Baseball Infrastructure: Investing $1.1 million to build or refurbish 13 baseball diamonds in communities across the country. Construction will adhere to applicable guidelines set out by local health authorities and these diamonds will provide spaces for communities to reconnect once it is deemed safe to do so.

“The Blue Jays live by a simple motto: get better every day. This phrase describes not only our collective pursuit to bring World Series Championships back to Canada, but also connects our efforts outside of baseball, to the impact we can make as a trusted community partner,” said Mark Shapiro, President & CEO, Toronto Blue Jays. “Sports provides a tremendous leadership opportunity and we feel the responsibility to use our platform for positive change. Together with Jays Care Foundation, we remain committed to breaking down barriers for the most vulnerable Canadians as we strive towards a more equitable society for all.”

When the COVID-19 pandemic struck and communities locked down, Jays Care staff contacted the families of more than 600 children in its programs to learn about the challenges they were facing. Informed by this feedback, the foundation’s programs have been fundamentally and ambitiously adapted to meet the unique needs of families in communities across Canada in 2020.

“As we listened to families across Canada, it was instantly clear that COVID-19 was not impacting all Canadian communities equally,” said Robert Witchel, Executive Director, Jays Care Foundation. “Over the course of a regular year, Jays Care provides programming for 35,000 Canadian children and youth. Our team has taken an innovative and creative approach to adapting our programs so that we can continue to make a positive impact on children and youth in underserved communities because they need our support now more than ever.”

As part of today’s announcement, the Blue Jays and Jays Care will launch the #BlueJaysCommunity hashtag. Over the coming months, this hashtag will be used to share stories, amplify voices, and show the impact of this work across Canada.

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NHL 2020 Stanley Cup Qualifiers Schedule

All Eastern Conference games will be played at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto.

Western Conference games will be held at Rogers Place in Edmonton.

The top four teams in each conference, based on points percentage, will play a three-game round-robin, and the No. 5-12 seeds will play in eight best-of-5 series.

The winners of those series will advance to the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs against the four teams from the round-robin.

STANLEY CUP QUALIFIERS DAY-BY-DAY SCHEDULE

(All times, TV information will be announced at a later date; home team listed second)

 

Saturday, Aug. 1

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Best-of-5 series

New York Rangers vs. Carolina Hurricanes, Game 1
Florida Panthers vs. New York Islanders, Game 1
Montreal Canadiens vs. Pittsburgh Penguins, Game 1

 

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Best-of-5 series

Chicago Blackhawks vs. Edmonton Oilers, Game 1
Winnipeg Jets vs. Calgary Flames, Game 1

 

Sunday, Aug. 2

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Best-of-5 series

Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Toronto Maple Leafs, Game 1

Round-robin

Philadelphia Flyers vs. Boston Bruins

 

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Best-of-5 series

Minnesota Wild vs. Vancouver Canucks, Game 1
Arizona Coyotes vs. Nashville Predators, Game 1

Round-robin

St. Louis Blues vs. Colorado Avalanche

 

Monday, Aug. 3

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Best-of-5 series

New York Rangers vs. Carolina Hurricanes, Game 2
Montreal Canadiens vs. Pittsburgh Penguins, Game 2

Round-robin

Washington Capitals vs. Tampa Bay Lightning

 

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Best-of-5 series

Winnipeg Jets vs. Calgary Flames, Game 2
Chicago Blackhawks vs. Edmonton Oilers, Game 2

Round-robin

Dallas Stars vs. Vegas Golden Knights

 

Tuesday, Aug. 4

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Best-of-5 series

Florida Panthers vs. New York Islanders, Game 2
Carolina Hurricanes vs. New York Rangers, Game 3
Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Toronto Maple Leafs, Game 2

 

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Best-of-5 series

Calgary Flames vs. Winnipeg Jets, Game 3
Nashville Predators vs. Arizona Coyotes, Game 3
Minnesota Wild vs. Vancouver Canucks, Game 2

 

Wednesday, Aug. 5

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Best-of-5 series

New York Islanders vs. Florida Panthers, Game 3
Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Montreal Canadiens, Game 3

Round-robin

Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Boston Bruins

 

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Best-of-5 series

Nashville Predators vs. Arizona Coyotes, Game 3
Edmonton Oilers vs. Chicago Blackhawks, Game 3

Round-robin

Colorado Avalanche vs. Dallas Stars

 

Thursday, Aug. 6

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Best-of-5 series

Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Columbus Blue Jackets, Game 3
Carolina Hurricanes vs. New York Rangers, Game 4*

Round-robin

Washington Capitals vs. Philadelphia Flyers

 

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Best-of-5 series

Vancouver Canucks vs. Minnesota Wild, Game 3
Calgary Flames vs. Winnipeg Jets, Game 4*

Round-robin

Vegas Golden Knights vs. St. Louis Blues

 

Friday, Aug. 7

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Best-of-5 series

New York Islanders vs. Florida Panthers, Game 4*
Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Montreal Canadiens, Game 4*
Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Columbus Blue Jackets, Game 4*

 

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Best-of-5 series

Nashville Predators vs. Arizona Coyotes, Game 4*
Vancouver Canucks vs. Minnesota Wild, Game 4*
Edmonton Oilers vs. Chicago Blackhawks, Game 4*

 

Saturday, Aug. 8

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Best-of-5 series

New York Rangers vs. Carolina Hurricanes, Game 5*
Montreal Canadiens vs. Pittsburgh Penguins, Game 5*

Round-robin

Boston Bruins vs. Washington Capitals

 

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Best-of-5 series

Winnipeg Jets vs. Calgary Flames, Game 5*
Chicago Blackhawks vs. Edmonton Oilers, Game 5*

Round-robin

Vegas Golden Knights vs. Colorado Avalanche

 

Sunday, Aug. 9

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Best-of-5 series

Florida Panthers vs. New York Islanders, Game 5*
Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Toronto Maple Leafs, Game 5*

Round-robin

Philadelphia Flyers vs. Tampa Bay Lightning

 

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Best-of-5 series

Minnesota Wild vs. Vancouver Canucks, Game 5*
Arizona Coyotes vs. Nashville Predators, Game 5*

Round-robin

Dallas Stars vs. St. Louis Blues

 

STANLEY CUP QUALIFIERS BY SERIES

 

EASTERN CONFERENCE (all games at Scotiabank Arena, Toronto)

(All times, TV information will be announced at a later date; home team listed second)

(5) Pittsburgh Penguins vs. (12) Montreal Canadiens

Saturday, Aug. 1: Canadiens vs. Penguins
Monday, Aug. 3: Canadiens vs. Penguins
Wednesday, Aug. 5: Penguins vs. Canadiens
Friday, Aug. 7: Penguins vs. Canadiens*
Saturday, Aug. 8: Canadiens vs. Penguins*

 

(6) Carolina Hurricanes vs. (11) New York Rangers

Saturday, Aug. 1: Rangers vs. Hurricanes
Monday, Aug. 3: Rangers vs. Hurricanes
Tuesday, Aug. 4: Hurricanes vs. Rangers
Thursday, Aug. 6: Hurricanes vs. Rangers*
Saturday, Aug. 8: Rangers vs. Hurricanes*

 

(7) New York Islanders vs. (10) Florida Panthers

Saturday, Aug. 1: Panthers vs. Islanders
Tuesday, Aug. 4: Panthers vs. Islanders
Wednesday, Aug. 5: Islanders vs. Panthers
Friday, Aug. 7: Islanders vs. Panthers*
Sunday, Aug. 9: Panthers vs. Islanders*

 

(8) Toronto Maple Leafs vs. (9) Columbus Blue Jackets

Sunday, Aug. 2: Blue Jackets vs. Maple Leafs
Tuesday, Aug. 4: Blue Jackets vs. Maple Leafs
Thursday, Aug. 6: Maple Leafs vs. Blue Jackets
Friday, Aug. 7: Maple Leafs vs. Blue Jackets*
Sunday, Aug. 9: Blue Jackets vs. Maple Leafs*

 

Round-robin

Sunday, Aug. 2: Flyers vs. Bruins
Monday, Aug. 3: Capitals vs. Lightning
Wednesday, Aug. 5: Lightning vs. Bruins
Thursday, Aug. 6: Capitals vs. Flyers
Saturday, Aug. 8: Bruins vs. Capitals
Sunday, Aug. 9: Flyers vs. Lightning

 

WESTERN CONFERENCE (all games at Rogers Place, Edmonton)

(5) Edmonton Oilers vs. (12) Chicago Blackhawks

Saturday, Aug. 1: Blackhawks vs. Oilers
Monday, Aug. 3: Blackhawks vs. Oilers
Wednesday, Aug. 5: Oilers vs. Blackhawks
Friday, Aug. 7: Oilers vs. Blackhawks*
Saturday, Aug. 8: Blackhawks vs. Oilers*

 

(6) Nashville Predators vs. (11) Arizona Coyotes

Sunday, Aug. 2: Coyotes vs. Predators
Tuesday, Aug. 4: Coyotes vs. Predators
Wednesday, Aug. 5: Predators vs. Coyotes
Friday, Aug. 7: Predators vs. Coyotes*
Sunday, Aug. 9: Coyotes vs. Predators*

 

(7) Vancouver Canucks vs. (10) Minnesota Wild

Sunday, Aug. 2: Wild vs. Canucks
Tuesday, Aug. 4: Wild vs. Canucks
Thursday, Aug. 6: Canucks vs. Wild
Friday, Aug. 7: Canucks vs. Wild*
Sunday, Aug. 9: Wild vs. Canucks*

 

(8) Calgary Flames vs. (9) Winnipeg Jets

Saturday, Aug. 1: Jets vs. Flames
Monday, Aug. 3: Jets vs. Flames
Tuedsay, Aug. 4: Flames vs. Jets
Thursday, Aug. 6: Flames vs. Jets*
Saturday, Aug. 8: Jets vs. Flames*

 

Round-robin

Sunday, Aug. 2: Blues vs. Avalanche
Monday, Aug. 3: Stars vs. Golden Knights
Wednesday, Aug. 5: Avalanche vs. Stars
Thursday, Aug. 6: Golden Knights vs. Blues
Saturday, Aug. 8: Golden Knights vs. Avalanche
Sunday, Aug. 9: Stars vs. Blues

 

* – if necessary

 

SCHEDULE COURTESY OF NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE


NHL Training Camp Rosters announced for Playoffs Qualifying Teams

Training camps will begin Monday as part of Phase 3 of the NHL Return to Play Plan. Teams will then travel July 26 to one of two hub cities, where they will begin Phase 4, the resumption of play, with the Stanley Cup Qualifiers starting Aug. 1.

Training camp rosters are limited to 30 skaters plus an unlimited number of goalies.

Arizona Coyotes

Forwards: Brayden BurkeMichael ChaputLawson CrouseChristian DvorakHudson FaschingChristian FischerConor GarlandMichael GrabnerTaylor HallBarrett HaytonVinnie HinostrozaClayton KellerPhil KesselBrad RichardsonNick SchmaltzCarl SoderbergDerek StepanDefensemen: Kyle CapobiancoJakob ChychrunJason DemersOliver Ekman-LarssonAlex GoligoskiJordan GrossNiklas HjalmarssonIlya LyubushkinAaron NessJordan OesterleVictor SoderstromGoalies: Adin HillDarcy KuemperIvan ProsvetovAntti Raanta

 

Boston Bruins

Forwards: Patrice BergeronAnders BjorkAnton BlidhPaul CareyCharlie CoyleJake DeBruskTrent FredericOndrej KaseDavid KrejciSean KuralyKarson KuhlmanPar LindholmBrad MarchandJoakim NordstromDavid PastrnakNick RitchieZach Senyshyn, Jack StudnickaChris WagnerDefensemen: Brandon CarloZdeno CharaConnor CliftonMatt GrzelcykTorey KrugJeremy LauzonCharlie McAvoyJohn MooreUrho VaakanainenJakub Zboril; Goalies: Jaroslav HalakMaxime LagaceTuukka RaskDan Vladar

 

Calgary Flames

Forwards: Mikael BacklundSam BennettAustin CzarnikDillon DubeByron FroeseJohnny GaudreauGlenn GawdinMark JankowskiElias LindholmMilan LucicAndrew MangiapaneSean MonahanMatthew PhillipsAlan QuineTobias RiederZac RinaldoBuddy RobinsonAdam RuzickaDerek RyanMatthew TkachukDefensemen: Rasmus AnderssonTJ BrodieDerek ForbortMark GiordanoErik GustafssonNoah HanifinOliver Kylington, Connor Mackey, Michael StoneAlexander YelesinGoalies: Jon GilliesDavid RittichCam TalbotArtyom ZagidulinInjured: Juuso Valimaki

 

Carolina Hurricanes

Forwards: Sebastian AhoRyan DzingelWarren FoegeleMorgan GeekieSteven LorentzJordan MartinookMax McCormickBrock McGinnMartin NecasNino NiederreiterJordan StaalRyan SuzukiAndrei SvechnikovTeuvo TeravainenVincent TrocheckJustin WilliamsDefensemen: Jake BeanJoel EdmundsonHaydn FleuryJake GardinerDougie HamiltonBrady SkjeiJaccob SlavinTrevor van RiemsdykSami VatanenGoalies: Anton ForsbergPetr MrazekAlex NedeljkovicJames ReimerInjured: Brett Pesce

Colorado Avalanche

Forwards: Pierre-Edouard Bellemare, Shane Bowers, Andre BurakovskyMatt CalvertJ.T. CompherJoonas Donskoi, Sheldon Dries, Tyson JostNazem KadriVladislav KamenevGabriel LandeskogNathan MacKinnonVladislav NamestnikovValeri NichushkinMatt Nieto, Logan O’Connor, Mikko Rantanen, T.J. Tynan; Defesenmen: Mark Barberio, Bowen Byram, Ian ColeKevin ConnautonSamuel GirardRyan GravesErik Johnson, Anton Lindholm, Jacob MacDonald, Cale Makar, Conor Timmins, Nikita ZadorovGoalies: Pavel FrancouzPhilipp GrubauerMichael Hutchinson, Adam Werner

 

Columbus Blue Jackets

Forwards: Cam AtkinsonEmil BemstromOliver BjorkstrandPierre-Luc DuboisNick FolignoLiam FoudyNathan GerbeBoone JennerRyan MacInnisStefan MatteauRiley NashGustav NyquistEric RobinsonKole SherwoodDevin ShoreKevin StenlundAlexandre TexierAlexander WennbergDefensemen: Gabriel CarlssonAdam ClendeningVladislav GavrikovScott HarringtonSeth JonesDean KukanRyan MurrayMarkus NutivaaraAndrew PeekeDavid SavardZach WerenskiGoalies: Matiss KivlenieksJoonas KorpisaloElvis MerzlikinsVeini Vehvilainen

 

Dallas Stars

Forwards: Jamie BennNicholas CaamanoAndrew CoglianoBlake ComeauTy DellandreaJason DickinsonJustin DowlingRadek FaksaRhett GardnerDenis GurianovRoope HintzMattias JanmarkJoel KivirantaJoel L’EsperanceJoe PavelskiCorey PerryAlexander RadulovJason RobertsonTyler SeguinDefensemen: Gavin BayreutherTaylor FedunJoel HanleyThomas HarleyDillon HeatheringtonMiro HeiskanenStephen JohnsJohn KlingbergEsa LindellJamie OleksiakAndrej SekeraGoaliesBen BishopLandon BowAnton KhudobinJake OettingerColton Point

 

Edmonton Oilers

Forwards: Josh ArchibaldAndreas AthanasiouTyler BensonAlex ChiassonLeon DraisaitlTyler EnnisGaetan HaasZack KassianJujhar KhairaCooper MarodyConnor McDavidRyan McLeodJames NealRyan Nugent-HopkinsJoakim NygardPatrick RussellRiley SheahanKailer YamamotoDefensemen: Ethan BearMatt Benning), Evan BouchardPhilip BrobergCaleb JonesOscar KlefbomWilliam LagessonAdam LarssonDarnell NurseKris RussellGoalies: Mikko KoskinenOlivier RodrigueStuart SkinnerMike SmithDylan Wells

 

Minnesota Wild

Forwards: Sam AnasJ.T. BrownRyan DonatoJoel Eriksson EkKevin FialaMarcus FolignoAlex GalchenyukJordan GreenwayRyan HartmanLuke JohnsonMikko KoivuLuke KuninGerald MayhewZach PariseVictor RaskKyle RauEric StaalNico SturmMats ZuccarelloDefensemen: Calen AddisonMatt BartkowskiLouie BelpedioJonas BrodinMatt DumbaBrad HuntBrennan MenellCarson SoucyJared SpurgeonRyan SuterGoalies: Devan DubnykKaapo KahkonenMat RobsonAlex StalockInjured: Greg Pateryn

 

Montreal Canadiens

Forwards: Joel ArmiaPaul ByronPhillip DanaultMax DomiJonathan DrouinJake EvansBrendan GallagherCharles Hudon, Jesperi Kotkaniemi, Artturi Lehkonen, Ryan Poehling, Nick SuzukiTomas TatarJordan WealDale WeiseDefensemen: Josh Brook, Ben Chiarot, Cale Fleury, Christian Folin, Noah Juulsen, Brett KulakVictor Mete, Gustav Olofsson, Xavier OuelletJeff Petry, Alexander Romanov, Shea WeberGoalies: Charlie Lindgren, Michael McNiven, Carey Price, Cayden Primeau

 

 

Pittsburgh Penguins

Forwards: Anthony AngelloZach Aston-ReeseTeddy BluegerSidney CrosbyJake GuentzelPatric HornqvistAdam JohnsonSam LaffertyEvgeni MalkinPatrick MarleauJared McCannSam MileticSam PoulinEvan RodriguesBryan RustConor ShearyBrandon TanevPhil VaroneJason ZuckerDefensemen: Kevin CzuczmanBrian DumoulinJack JohnsonPierre-Olivier JosephKris LetangJohn MarinoMarcus PetterssonJuuso RiikolaChad RuhwedelJustin SchultzGoalies: Casey DeSmithAlex D’OrioTristan JarryEmil LarmiMatt Murray

Tampa Bay Lightning

Forwards: Alex Barre-BouletAnthony CirelliBlake ColemanBarclay GoodrowYanni GourdeTyler JohnsonAlex KillornNikita KucherovPat MaroonOndrej PalatCedric PaquetteBrayden PointSteven StamkosMitchell StephensCarter VerhaegheAlexander VolkovMathieu JosephGemel SmithLuke WitkowskiDefensemen: Zach BogosianErik CernakBraydon CoburnCal FooteVictor HedmanRyan McDonaghJan RuttaLuke SchennMikhail SergachevKevin ShattenkirkGoalies: Spencer MartinCurtis McElhinneyAndrei VasilevskiyScott Wedgewood

 

Toronto Maple Leafs

Forwards: Kenny AgostinoAdam BrooksKyle CliffordPierre EngvallTyler GaudetFrederik GauthierZach HymanKasperi KapanenAlexander KerfootEgor KorshkovDenis MalginMitchell MarnerAuston MatthewsIlya MikheyevWilliam NylanderNic PetanNicholas RobertsonJason SpezzaJohn TavaresDefensemen: Tyson BarrieCody CeciTravis DermottJustin HollTeemu KivihalmeTimothy LiljegrenMartin MarincinJake MuzzinMorgan RiellyCalle RosenRasmus SandinGoalies: Frederik AndersenJack CampbellKasimir KaskisuoJoseph Woll

 

Vancouver Canucks

Forwards: Justin BaileyJay BeagleBrock BoeserLoui ErikssonMicheal FerlandAdam GaudetteTravis GraovacBo HorvatKole LindZack MacEwenJ.T. MillerTyler MotteTanner PearsonElias PetterssonAntoine RousselBrandon SutterTyler ToffoliJake VirtanenDefensemen: Jordie BennGuillaume BriseboisJalen ChatfieldAlexander EdlerOscar FantenbergQuinn HughesOlli JuoleviTyler MyersBrogan RaffertyAshton SaunterTroy StecherChristopher TanevGoalies: Thatcher DemkoMicheal DiPiertoLouis DomingueJacob Markstrom

 

Vegas Golden Knights

Forwards: Patrick BrownWilliam CarrierNick CousinsReid DukeWilliam KarlssonKeegan KolesarPeyton KrebsJonathan MarchessaultTomas NosekGage QuinneyMax PaciorettyRyan ReavesNicolas RoyReilly SmithPaul StastnyChandler StephensonMark StoneAlex TuchDefensemen: Jake BischoffDylan CoghlanDeryk EngellandNicolas HagueNick HoldenAlec MartinezBrayden McNabbJon MerrillNate SchmidtJimmy SchuldtShea TheodoreZach WhitecloudGoalies: Oscar DanskMarc-Andre FleuryRobin Lehner

 

Washington Capitals

Forwards: Nicklas BackstromTravis BoydNic DowdLars Eller, Shane Gersich, Carl HagelinGarnet HathawayIlya KovalchukEvgeny Kuznetsov, Philippe Maillet, Beck Malenstyn, Connor McMichael, T.J. OshieAlex OvechkinRichard Panik, Garrett Pilon, Brian Pinho, Daniel Sprong, Jakub VranaTom WilsonDefensemen: Alexander Alexeyev, John CarlsonBrenden Dillon, Martin Fehervary, Radko GudasNick JensenMichal Kempny, Tyler Lewington, Dmitry OrlovJonas SiegenthalerGoalies: Pheonix Copley, Braden HoltbyIlya Samsonov, Vitek Vanecek

 

Winnipeg Jets

Forwards: Mason AppletonGabriel BourqueKyle ConnorAndrew CoppCody EakinNikolaj Ehlers, David Gustafsson, Jansen HarkinsPatrik LaineMark LetestuAdam LowryMathieu PerreaultJack RoslovicMark ScheifeleLogan Shaw, Nicholas Shore, CJ Suess, Blake WheelerDefensemen: Nathan BeaulieuAnthony BitettoCarl DahlstromDylan DeMeloDmitry KulikovJosh MorrisseySami Niku, Nelson Nogier, Neal PionkTucker PoolmanLuca Sbisa, Logan Stanley; Goalies: Laurent Brossoit, Eric Comrie, Connor Hellebuyck

ROSTERS NOT AVAILABLE FROM THE FOLLOWING TEAMS:

CHICAGO, FLORIDA, NASHVILLE, NY ISLANDERS, NY RANGERS, PHILADELPHIA AND ST. LOUIS.

 

ROSTERS COURTESY NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE

 

 

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