Found September 03, 2013 on
The Hockey House:
Guillaume Latendresse will be attending training camp with the Phoenix Coyotes on a tryout. During a season that saw him miss 21 games do to a neck injury, as well as being a healthy scratch, Latendresse contributed a measly six goals and 10 points. Considered once to be a promising prospect, he was drafted by the Montreal Canadiens in the second round (45th overall) [...]
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While 26 prospects will be on the ice Wednesday before heading to London Ont. for the rookie tournament the Senators have work to do if they expect the restricted free-agent defenceman to be on-hand when camp opens next Wednesday.
Though Cowen’s agent Rick Valette has insisted...
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With the opening of the Senators' rookie camp today and the prospects set to embark on a trek to London, Ontario for their rookie tournament, Pierre Dorion, Ottawa's director of player personnel made an appearance on TGOR this morning to talk about the tournament and its participants.
You can check out the full interview here, or via the embed below.