P-BRUINS ANNOUNCE TRAINING CAMP ROSTER

Twenty-Seven Players At Training Camp On Monday

Providence, RI
-- The Providence Bruins, entering their 22nd season in the American Hockey League, announced their training camp roster. There will be 27 players participating in Providence Bruins training camp on Monday.  Camp begins on Monday, September 23 and will run through Saturday, September 28, with sessions to be held at the Rhode Island Sports Center and the Dunkin’ Donuts Center.

The Providence Bruins will have 15 forwards, nine defenseman and three goaltenders in training camp on Monday.  The following players will be participating in the Providence Bruins training camp:

Forwards (15): Anthony Camara, Scott Campbell, Carter Camper, Jack Downing, Alexander Fallstrom, Rob Flick, Justin Florek, Igor Gongalsky, Seth Griffith, Marc Hagel, Alexander Khokhlachev, Jared Knight, Tyler Murovich, Tyler Randell and Wayne Simpson


Defensemen (9): Chris Casto, Tommy Cross, Guillaume Lepine, Joe Morrow, Issac Smeltzer, Steven Spinell, Zach Trotman, Luka Vidmar and Ben Youds

Goaltenders (3): Adam Morrison, John Muse and Malcolm Subban

Providence Bruins training camp is highlighted by the Dunkin’ Donuts Pre-Season Game & FanFest on Saturday, September 28 at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center.  The FanFest begins at 1:00pm followed by a pre-season game between the P-Bruins and Worcester Sharks at 3:05pm.  Fans can purchase tickets for the Dunkin’ Donuts Pre-Season Game & FanFest through a special online-only Buy One Get One Free ticket offer by visiting www.providencebruins.com.

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The Providence Bruins, established in 1992, are the top affiliate of the 2011 Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins. The Providence Bruins have enjoyed much success over their history. The team won the American Hockey League's Calder Cup championship in 1999 and boasts 10 former players on the 2011 Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins. In addition to accomplishments on the ice, the Providence Bruins were third-best in attendance in the AHL in 2012-13 and are the best-attended minor-league hockey team in New England.