There will be four games at the Traverse City Prospects Tournament today (times are local).
2:30 PM Columbus vs. Buffalo (Davids)Members of the Saint John Sea Dogs who taking part in the tournament include Zach Phillips (Minnesota), Scott Oke (Dallas), Stephen MacAulay (St. Louis), Ryan Tesink (St. Louis), Tomas Jurco (Detroit), Mathieu Corbeil (Columbus), and Mike Thomas (Columbus).
3:00 PM St. Louis vs Carolina (Huntington)
6:00 PM NY Rangers vs. Dallas (Davids)
6:30 PM Detroit vs. Minnesota (Huntington)
Tonight’s Dallas – New York game will be shown on the NHL Network at 7pm AST.
The tournament opened yesterday with New York, Columbus, Dallas, and Buffalo coming away with wins. SN’s recap of yesterday’s events can be found here.
In Oshawa, Ontario, the rookie tournament that features entries from Toronto, Ottawa, Pittsburgh, and Chicago begins day two today.
The Senators take on Chris DiDomenico and the Blackhawks at 3pm AST at General Motors Place and the Maple Leafs face Alex Grant, Nick Petersen, Simon Despres, and the Penguins tonight at 8pm AST.
The Leafs game can be seen on a 30-minute delay on the team’s website.
Yesterday, the Penguins lost 4-0 to the Sens and the Leafs defeated the Blackhawks 4-2.
The 2011 Canucks Young Stars Tournament begins today in Penticton, British Columbia with two games on the schedule. The San Jose Sharks take on the Calgary Flames this afternoon while the Vancouver Canucks face the Edmonton Oilers tonight.
The Canucks rookie camp roster includes Yann Sauve, Steven Anthony, Karel St. Laurent, and Ian Saab.
Tonight’s Canucks – Oilers game can be seen on Rogers Sportsnet Pacific and West at 11:30pm AST and streamed online at Sportsnet.ca and Canucks.com. All eight games of the tournament will be streamed.
The Florida Panthers, Nashville Predators, and Tampa Bay Lightning will all play in a rookie tournament which begins today. Jonathan Huberdeau and the Panthers face the Lightning this evening at 7pm AST.
Lastly, Washington Capitals rookie camp begins this morning at 11:30am AST. The Washington Post has named Stanislav Galiev one of the players to watch at camp.
“Like Orlov, Galiev has been in town for several weeks now to train with strength and conditioning coach Mark Nemish,” writes Katie Carrera. “It shows dedication that doesn’t go unnoticed by coaches, and neither does the additional strength Galiev displays on the ice. While he is eligible to return to the QMJHL next season, Galiev has the possibility to impress enough to earn a lengthy stay in training camp and preseason appearances.”