The Anaheim Ducks released their training camp roster today, and four more unsigned players received invitations. Antoine Laganiere, Kyle MacKinnon, Scott Sabourin and Nick Tarnasky all received PTOs. The Ducks open camp on Friday September 23rd. The players will join already confirmed David Booth, Yann Danis, and Sean Bergenheim.
Antoine Laganiere is an undrafted forward who played four years for Yale University before spending the next three years with the Norfolk Admirals and San Diego Gulls of the AHL. Last season Laganiere scored 16G and 16A in 57 games for the Gulls, and could crack a roster spot at some point this year with the Ducks.
Kyle MacKinnon is an undrafted American centerman who played four years for Providence College—including captaining the team in 2010-11—before signing with the St. John IceCaps of the AHL. Last year MacKinnon netted 3G and 3A in 11 games for the San Diego Gulls.
Scott Sabourin is an undrafted right winger who scored 30G and 20A in 65 games for the Oshawa Generals of the OHL in 2012-13. Last year he bounced from the Ontario Reign to the Iowa Wild of the AHL with a stop in the ECHL with the Manchester Monarch.
Nick Tarnasky was drafted 287th overall in 2003 by the Tampa Bay Lightning, and has made NHL appearances with the Lightning, Nashville Predators, and Florida Panthers. The Canadian forward last played in the NHL in 2009-10, scoring 1G and 2A in 31 games for the Panthers. Tarnasky has spent the rest of his career in the AHL—and a year in the KHL with Vityaz Chekhov—and is looking for one last shot at the NHL. The 31 year-old netted 15G and 5A in 59 games for the AHL Hartford Wolfpack last season.
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