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Maple Leafs announce roster for 2021 development camp

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The prospects are getting together before they go to Traverse City for the tournament later this month.

NHL Prospects Tournament Day-4 Detroit vs Toronto Photo by Dave Reginek/NHLI via Getty Images

Today the Toronto Maple Leafs have announced they will have a 2021 Development Camp. Don’t confuse this event with the Traverse City Prospects Tournament. This event takes place before Traverse City and is held in the Ford Performance Centre, aka the practice rink in Etobicoke.

Players will undergo medicals and on-ice testing on Thursday, September 9, while the first full-team on-ice session and media availability will take place on Friday, September 10, at the Ford Performance Centre.

A total of 39 players (20 forwards, 13 defencemen, six goaltenders) are slated to take part in this year’s development camp, including eight Maple Leafs draft picks.

Maple Leafs Senior Director of Player Development Hayley Wickenheiser and her staff will oversee this year’s camp. In addition to the club’s player development staff, Toronto Marlies head coach Greg Moore, newly appointed Newfoundland Growlers head coach Eric Wellwood and coaches from across the organization will be working with the prospects.

Friday, September 10

On-Ice Development: 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Saturday, September 11

On-Ice Development/ Morning Skate: 9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. Scrimmage: 4:00 p.m.

Sunday, September 12

On-Ice Development: 10:15 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.

Monday, September 13

Scrimmage: 10:00 a.m.

Maple Leafs 2021 Development Camp Roster

Position Name DOB 2020-21 Club(s)
Position Name DOB 2020-21 Club(s)
F Abramov, Mikhail 03/26/01 Victoriaville
F Budgell, Brett 06/01/01 Charlottetown
F Chyzowski, Ryan 05/14/00 Medicine Hat
F Del Monte, Ryan 04/03/03 EHC Freiburg, Hannover
F Der-Arguchintsev, Semyon 09/15/00 Toronto, Torpedo
F Douglas, Curtis 03/06/00 Linz
F Fitzgerald, Christian 04/31/02 Surrey
F Frasca, Jordan 06/05/01 Kingston
F Gogolev, Pavel 03/19/00 Toronto, Vasby IK
F Hardie, James 01/18/02 Mississauga
F McKenna, Jeremy 04/20/99 Toronto, Wichita
F Miller, Joe 09/15/02 Chicago
F Kressler, Braeden 01/05/03 Flint
F Paré, Cedric 01/24/99 Utah
F Nick Robertson 09/11/01 Toronto, Toronto
F Rochette, Theo 02/20/02 Quebec
F Saganiuk, Colby 02/5/03 Erie
F Sherk, Lawson 05/3/03 Hamilton
F Steeves, Alex 12/10/99 Univ. of Notre Dame
F Voit, Ty 06/10/03 Sarnia
D Cato, Landon 03/31/03 Niagara
D Duszak, Joseph 07/22/97 Toronto
D Hoefenmayer, Noel 01/06/99 Toronto, Wichita
D Král, Filip 10/20/99 Toronto, Kometa Brno, HC Prerov
D Guévin, Jacob 01/17/03 Muskegon
D Gustafsson, Lukas 12/16/02 Chicago
D McCourt, Riley 06/26/00 Toronto, Wichita
D Moore, Lleyton 03/27/02 Oshawa
D Peters, Ethan 04/22/03 Edmonton
D Pietroniro, Matteo 10/20/98 HC Bolzano
D Sedley, Sam 06/08/03 Owen Sound
D Sévigny, Vincent 04/14/01 Victoriaville
D Villeneuve, William 03/20/02 Toronto, Saint John
G Gauthier, Taylor 02/15/01 Prince George
G Holt, Braden 07/30/03 Everett
G Källgren, Erik 10/14/96 Vaxjo
G Lapenna, Francesco 07/08/02 Drummondville
G Scott, Ian 01/11/99 Toronto, Wichita
G Petruzzelli, Keith 02/09/99 Quinnipiac Univ.

There are quite a lot of invitees on this list, as well as some recent NHL and AHL signings. Maple Leafs drafted prospects include Joe Miller, Ty Voit, William Villeneuve, but not Matthew Knies, unfortunately.

Traverse City starts on September 16, and we’ll have more information on that closer to the event.