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Cats development camp prospects will be on the ice this morning

Tampa Bay Lightning v Florida Panthers Photo by Joel Auerbach/Getty Images

The 24 prospects taking part in the Florida Panthers development camp will be on the ice at Panthers IceDen in Coral Springs from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. this morning.

The roster (with sweater numbers) is as follows:

Forwards: Eric Alarie (91), Karch Bachman (85), Henry Bowlby (41), Grigori Denisenko (14), Logan Hutsko (89), Anton Lundell (15), Justin Nachbaur (54), Serron Noel (18), Simon Pinard (78), Cole Schwindt (79), Justin Sourdif (24), Connor Trenholm (75) and Trevor Wong (84)

Defensemen: Frédéric Brunet (47), Robert Calisti (38), Max Gildon (88), Braden Haché (6), Matt Kiersted (8), Jacob LeGuerrier (36). John Ludvig (53) and Evan Nause (12)

Goaltenders: Spencer Knight (30), Olivier Adam (60) and Tye Austin (60)

With camp closed to the public, hopefully the media members in attendance can come through with some juicy details for us.

The Kiddie Cat crew will practice Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, and then break for a few days before participating in the Prospect Showcase Tournament at Advent Health Center Ice complex in Wesley Chapel, Florida.

NHL signings

For the second day in a row the Calgary Flames were the team making roster moves. The Flames signed former Panthers defenseman Erik Gudbranson to a one-year deal worth $1.925 million. Gudbranson, 29, finished the 2020-21 season with the Nashville Predators after he was acquired from the Ottawa Senators on April 12 for a 7th round draft pick in 2023 and prospect defenseman Brandon Fortunato. Calgary also re-signed defenseman Michael Stone to a one-year contract worth league minimum of $750K. Stone, 31, produced two goals and two assists in 21 games with the Flames last season. (Matchsticks and Gasoline)

Today is obviously a somber day. If you any thoughts or feelings on 9/11 feel free to share them in the comment section below.