The Chicago Blackhawks have invited 57 players to their training camp, which is set to begin on Friday.
The Blackhawks, who missed the postseason for the first time in 10 years earlier this spring, will have plenty of new faces on their roster, but they’ll still have old stand-bys like Patrick Kane, Jonathan Toews, and Duncan Keith when they hit the ice.
The team’s full practice schedule, which can be found here, will include 14 open practices to the public, including the team’s Training Camp Festival at the United Center on Saturday.
Here is the full roster of players participating in camp:
Forwards (30): Artem Anisimov, Radovan Bondra, Terry Broadhurst, Alex DeBrincat, Victor Ejdsell, Mackenzie Entwistle, Alexandre Fortin, John Hayden, Matthew Highmore, Matheson Iacopelli, Luke Johnson, Dominik Kahun, David Kampf, Patrick Kane, Graham Knott, Marcus Kruger, Chris Kunitz, Philipp Kurashev, Anthony Louis, Jordan Maletta, Andreas Martinsen, Jacob Nilsson, Nathan Noel, Brandon Saad, Henrik Samuelsson, Nick Schmaltz, Jordan Schroeder, Dylan Sikura, Tyler Sikura, Jonathan Toews
Defensemen (20): Nicolas Beaudin, Adam Boqvist, Andrew Campbell, Lucas Carlsson, Carl Dahlstrom, Brandon Davidson, Gustav Forsling, Dennis Gilbert, Erik Gustafsson, Blake Hillman, Henri Jokiharju, Duncan Keith, Brandon Manning, Connor Murphy, Darren Raddysh, Jan Rutta, Jake Ryczek, Brent Seabrook, Luc Snuggerud, Joni Tuulola
Goaltenders (7): Corey Crawford, Collin Delia, Anton Forsberg, Alexis Gravel, Kevin Lankinen, Matt Tomkins, Cam Ward