Former Florida Panthers left winger David Booth is going to training camp with the Detroit Red Wings on a professional tryout. Booth, 32, has played the last two seasons in the KHL. In 2016-17 with Omsk Avangard, the Detroit native had four goals and eight points in 19 games played.
Detroit native David Booth going to Red Wings camp on a tryout.— Helene St. James (@HeleneStJames) August 30, 2017
Speaking of former Panthers, Tanner Glass will spend training camp north of the border with the Calgary Flames on a professional tryout. Glass, 33, played last season with the New York Rangers and their AHL affiliate, the Hartford Wolf Pack.
The Vancouver Canucks have signed Ryan White to a professional tryout to attend training camp. White, 29, spent last season with the Arizona Coyotes and Minnesota Wild, totaling nine goals and 16 points in 65 games.