Saturday Offseason Caterwaul: Florida Panthers Open Forum

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The 24 prospects attending the Florida Panthers Development Camp will be on the ice at the Panthers IceDen in Coral Springs this morning from 10am to 11am this morning.

The list (with sweater numbers) is as follows:

Forward: Eric Alarie (91), Karch Bachman (85), Henry Bowlby (41), Grigori Denisenko (14), Logan Hutsko (89), Anton Lundell (15), Justin Nachbaur (54), Serron Noel (18), Simon Pinard (78), Cole Schwindt (79), Justin Sourdif (24), Connor Trenholm (75) and Trevor Wong (84)

Defender: Frédéric Brunet (47), Robert Calisti (38), Max Gildon (88), Braden Haché (6), Matt Kiersted (8), Jacob LeGuerrier (36). John Ludvig (53) and Evan Nausea (12)

Goalkeeper: Spencer Knight (30), Olivier Adam (60) and Tye Austin (60)

As the camp is closed to the public, the media representatives present will hopefully be able to provide us with some interesting details.

The Kiddie Cat crew will practice on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday, then take a few days off before competing in the Prospect Showcase Tournament at the Advent Health Center Ice Complex in Wesley Chapel, Florida.

NHL signings

For the second day in a row, the Calgary Flames were the team making squad moves. The Flames have signed former Panthers defender Erik Gudbranson to a one-year deal worth $ 1.925 million. Gudbranson, 29, finished the 2020-21 season with the Nashville Predators after being drafted by the Ottawa Senators on April 12 for a draft pick in the 7th. Calgary also has defenseman Michael Stone on a one-year contract worth at least US $ 750,000 -Dollars signed in the league. The 31-year-old Stone scored two goals and two assists in 21 games with the Flames last season. (Matches and gasoline)

Today is obviously a gloomy day. If you have any thoughts or feelings about September 11th, feel free to share them in the comments section below.