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23-man squad is set for this weekend in Coral Springs

2016 NHL Draft - Portraits Photo by Jeffrey T. Barnes/Getty Images

The Florida Panthers have released their roster for this weekend’s four-team rookie tournament taking place at Panthers IceDen in Coral Springs.

Florida’s prospects will do battle with their counterparts from the Nashville Predators, Tampa bay Lightning and Washington Capitals.

Three Panthers selections from this summer’s 2016 Entry Draft, Adam Mascherin, Jonathan Ang and Riley Stillman will be among those on hand.

FORWARDS

82 Jonathan Ang Peterborough (OHL) ’16 Draft (4th Round)

84 Tyson Baillie Kelowna (WHL) Amateur Tryout

72 Rihards Bukarts Portland (WHL) Free Agent (AHL)

74 Anthony Greco Ohio State (NCAA) Free Agent (AHL)

47 Jayce Hawryluk Brandon (WHL) ’14 Draft (2nd round)

76 Matthew Highmore Saint John (QMJHL) Amateur Tryout

73 Dryden Hunt Moose Jaw (WHL) Free Agent (NHL)

91 Juho Lammikko Kingston (OHL) ’14 Draft (3rd round)

97 Zac Lynch Robert Morris (NCAA) Amateur Tryout

62 Denis Malgin ZSC Lions (National League A) ’15 Draft (4th round)

80 Adam Mascherin Kitchener (OHL) ’16 Draft (2nd round)

92 Kyle Rau Portland (AHL) ’11 Draft (3rd round)

64 Eric Scheid Penn State (NCAA) Amateur Tryout

DEFENSEMEN

83 Spencer Abraham Queens (OUAA) Amateur Tryout

96 Joshua Brown Manchester (ECHL) ’13 Draft (6th round)

49 Michael Downing Michigan (NCAA) ’13 Draft (4th round)

19 Michael Matheson Portland (AHL) ’12 Draft (1st round)

12 Ian McCoshen Boston College (NCAA) ’13 Draft (2nd round)

88 Thomas Schemitsch Owen Sound (OHL) ’15 Draft (3rd round)

70 Riley Stillman Oshawa (OHL) ’16 Draft (4th round)

85 Ed Wittchow Wisconsin (NCAA) Free Agent (AHL)

GOALTENDERS

33 Samuel Montembeault Blainville-Boisbriand (QMJHL) ’15 Draft (3rd round)

60 Colin Stevens Manchester (ECHL) Free Agent (NHL)

SCHEDULE

Saturday, Sept. 17

Washington vs. Tampa Bay – 2:30 p.m.

Nashville at Florida – 6:00 p.m.

Sunday, Sept. 18

Nashville vs. Tampa Bay – 2:30 p.m.

Washington at Florida – 6:00 p.m.

Tuesday, Sept. 20

Nashville vs. Washington – 10:00 a.m.

Tampa Bay at Florida – 1:30 p.m.

Times subject to change