Found July 15, 2013 on The PensNation:
We have already reached reached the middle of July and the ice has returned at the CONSOL Energy Center, which means that the Penguins are ready to host another development camp for their prospects starting tomorrow. Beau Bennett and Simon Despres participated in the camp last year and ended up staying in the NHL towards the middle of the 2012-13 season. Although those two players will not take part of this year’s camp, there are many other players that fans should look out for. Here is the complete roster breakdown for 2013: Centers Teddy Blueger (2012 Penguins second-round draft pick) Blaine Byron (2013 Penguins sixth-round draft pick) Jean-Sebastien Dea (Unrestricted free agent) Jake Guentzel (Penguins 2013 third-round draft pick) Troy Josephs (Penguins 2013 seventh-round draft pick) Jayson Megna (Signed to two-way deal as a free agent in 2012) Oskar Sundqvist (Penguins 2012 third-round draft pick) Left Wingers Matt Lane (Unrestricted free agent) Dominik Uher (Penguins 2011 fifth-round draft pick) A.J. White (Unrestricted free agent) Scott Wilson (Penguins 2011 seventh-round draft pick) Anton Zlobin (Penguins 2012 sixth-round draft pick) Right Wingers Tyler Barnes (Unrestricted free agent) Garnet Hathaway (Unrestricted free agent) Tom Kuhnhackl (Penguins 2010 fourth-round draft pick) Matia Marcantuoni (Penguins 2012 fourth-round draft pick) Richard Nejezchleb (Unrestricted free agent) Adam Payerl (Signed as a free agent in 2012) Grant Opperman (Unrestricted free agent) Carter Rowney (Unrestricted free agent) Bryan Rust (Penguins 2010 third-round draft pick) Defensemen Dane Birks (Penguins 2013 sixth-round draft pick) Alex Boak (Unrestricted free agent) Nick D’Agostino (Penguins 2008 seventh-round draft pick) Brian Dumoulin (Traded to Penguins in 2012) Scott Harrington (Penguins 2011 second-round draft pick) Olli Maatta (Penguins 2012 first-round draft pick) Reid McNeil (Penguins 2010 sixth-round draft pick) Derrick Pouliot (Penguins 2012 first-round draft pick) Harrison Ruopp (Traded to Penguins in 2012) Phillip Samuelsson (Penguins 2009 second-round draft pick) Ryan Segalla (Penguins 2013 fourth-round draft pick) Clark Seymour (Penguins 2012 fifth-round pick) Goaltenders Eric Hartzell (Signed as a free agent in 2013) Tristan Jarry (Penguins 2013 second-round draft pick) Sean Maguire (Penguins 2012 fourth-round draft pick) Matt Murray (Penguins 2012 third-round draft pick) Players in Bold are signed to NHL entry-level contracts Totals 13 signed players (4 forwards, 8 defensemen, 1 goaltender) 23 Penguins draft picks from 2008-2013 (11 forwards, 9 defensemen, 3 goaltenders) 9 unrestricted free agents (8 forwards, 1 defenseman) Be sure to keep checking out The PensNation for development camp coverage all week long!
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