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Bruins Release Training Camp Roster, No Surprises

Jonas Gustavsson is the only player to be attending on a PTO for the Bruins.

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The Bruins have released their training camp roster, starting with off ice testing tomorrow. Players could be added or subtracted as the camp moves forward, but this is the list of names who will be there.


Noel Acciari, Matt Beleskey, Patrice Bergeron, Anton Blidh, Anthony Camara, Colby Cave, Andrew Cherniwchan, Brett Connolly, Austin Czarnik, Jake DeBrusk, Brandon DeFazio, Loui Eriksson, Brian Ferlin, Jesse Gabrielle, Seth Griffith, Colton Hargrove, Jimmy Hayes, Justin Hickman, Chris Kelly, Joonas Kemppainen, Alex Khokhlachev, David Krejci, Brad Marchand, Eric Neiley, David Pastrnak, Zack Phillips, Tyler Randell, Zac Rinaldo, Zach Senyshyn, Ben Sexton, Ryan Spooner, Max Talbot, Frank Vatrano.


Linus Arnesson, Chris Breen, Brandon Carlo, Chris Casto, Zdeno Chara, Tommy Cross, Max Everson, Max Iafrate, Matt Irwin, Torey Krug, Jeremy Lauzon, Adam McQuaid, Colin Miller, Kevan Miller, Joe Morrow, Dennis Seidenberg, Frankie Simonelli, Zach Trotman, Ben Youds, Jakub Zboril.


Matthew Ginn, Jonas Gustavsson, Zane McIntyre, Tuukka Rask, Jeremy Smith, Malcolm Subban, Dan Vladar.

Italics denote PTO

A few names are not eligible to play for the Bruins until they sign NHL contracts, as they are only on AHL contracts, with Andrew Cherniwchan, Eric Neiley, Max Everson, Max Iafrate, Frankie Simonelli, Ben Youds, and Matthew Ginn being those.

So, who winds up being on the fourth line? The backup goalie? Which prospect(s) will make names for themselves? How has Chara's knee recovered? Hockey is right around the bend, and the climb back to the top starts now.

Starting on monday, we will break down the forwards, defense, and goalies, with each player's chances of making the team.