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First round pick Owen Tippett will be on hand

2017 NHL Draft - Portraits Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images

The Florida Panthers announced the club’s 26-man prospect camp roster. The Panthers prospects will participate in a four-team tournament hosted by the Washington Capitals, featuring the Tampa Bay Lightning and Nashville Predators from Sept. 9-12 at Germain Arena in Estero, FL.

The Panthers will have fifteen forwards, eight defensemen and three goaltenders participating in the tournament including: 2017 first-round pick Owen Tippett, 2015 third-round pick Samuel Montembeault, 2014 second-round pick Jayce Hawryluk and 2013 second-round pick Ian McCoshen.

Forwards (15)

# Name How Acquired

8 Jayce Hawryluk 2nd round (32nd overall) - 2014

40 Francois Beauchemin ATO

41 Aleksi Heponiemi 2nd round (40th overall) - 2017

47 Michael Doherty ATO

48 Mikkel Aagaard PTO

49 Blaine Byron ATO

54 Matt Buckles ATO

62 Denis Malgin 4th round (102nd overall) - 2015

73 Dryden Hunt Free Agent - 2016

74 Owen Tippett 1st round (10th overall) - 2017

76 Anthony Greco PTO

78 Maxim Mamin 6th round (175th overall) - 2016

82 Jonathan Ang 4th round (94th overall) - 2016

91 Juho Lammikko 3rd round (65th overall) - 2014

92 Sebastian Repo 6th round (184th overall) - 2017

Defense (8)

# Name How Acquired

4 Michael Downing 4th round (97th overall) - 2013

12 Ian McCoshen 2nd round (31st overall) - 2013

45 Dylan Plouffe ATO

46 Rob Hamilton PTO

61 Linus Hultstrom Free Agent - 2016

70 Riley Stillman 4th round (114th overall) - 2016

85 Ed Wittchow 6th round (154th overall) - 2011 - PTO

88 Thomas Schemitsch 3rd round (88th overall) - 2015

Goalies (3)

# Name How Acquired

31 Evan Cowley 4th round (92nd overall) - 2013 - ATO

33 Samuel Montembeault 3rd round (77th overall) - 2015

39 Matthew Greenfield ATO

The tournament schedule is as follows:

Saturday, Sept. 9

Florida at Washington – 1:00 p.m.

Nashville at Tampa Bay – 4:30 p.m.

Sunday, Sept. 10

Tampa Bay at Washington – 1:00 p.m.

Florida vs. Nashville – 4:30 p.m.

Tuesday, Sept. 12

Washington at Nashville – 10:00 a.m.

Florida at Tampa Bay – 2:00 p.m.