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The Maple Leafs have announced their rookie camp roster at the official site. There are some names we haven't seen before. Who wants to go on a PPP scavenger hunt to figure out who these kids are? I'm just going to list where we got these guys from for now. Here are the forwards with non-Leafs prospects in bold (if you don't know who someone is, feel free to say something in the comments):

Sam Carrick - 2010 5th rounder (OHL)                  
Andrew Crescenzi - No idea who this is: Hockeydb (OHL)
Jerry D’Amigo - 2009 5th rounder, American Hero (NCAA)                
Jamie Devane - 2009 3rd rounder (OHL)              
Brayden Irwin - NCAA free agent, terrible skater (NCAA)              
Nazem Kadri - 2009 7th overall pick, throat slasher, great Lebanese hope. (OHL) 

Mike Liambas - The guy who got suspended a whole year in the OHL. (OHL)          
Greg McKegg - 2010 3rd rounder (OHL)             
Dale Mitchell - 2007 3rd rounder (OHL)                
Marcel Mueller - European free agent (DEL)               
Josh Nicholls - 2010 7th rounder (WHL)              
Sondre Olden - 2010 3rd rounder (SEL)            
Bradley Ross - 2010 2nd rounder (WHL)               
Kenny Ryan - 2009 2nd rounder (OHL)                 
Mikhail Stefanovich - 2008 7th rounder (QMJHL)

And the defenders:

Keith Aulie - Acquired in the Phaneuf deal, wookie on skates (WHL)                 
Jesse Blacker - 2009 2nd rounder (OHL)             
Erik Burgdoerfer - played at RPI with D'Amigo (NCAA)           
Dave Cowan - probably headed to the ECHL, played at Robert Morris. (NCAA).                
Marc-Andre Dorion - played with the McGill Redmen. (CIS)
Simon Gysbers - UFA (NCAA)               
Korbinian Holzer - 2006 4th rounder (DEL)            
Dallas Jackson - signed by the Reading Royals as a UFA (WHL)             
Drew Paris -  no idea, but here's his pageUpdate: via @OscarGoneWilde Paris had 45pts in the ECHL last year and had 1G 2A in two games with the Marlies.               
Barron Smith -  2009 7th rounder (OHL)               


Andrew Engelage - UFA (OHL)
Jussi Rynnas - UFA (FIN)
Ben Scrivens - UFA (NCAA)