Ducks Release Annual Rookie Camp Schedule & Roster



Yesterday afternoon, the Anaheim Ducks formally announced the schedule and roster of their annual rookie camp, which will take place from September 5th to September 9th. All practices will be taking place at Honda Center and will be free to attend for anyone. However, if you are planning to attend, the Ducks did warn everyone to keep an eye on their website because the practice schedule is subject to change. This camp will also include the two SoCal Futures Games against the Kings prospects, which I wrote about early last week.

Here is the schedule for the camp:

Thursday, September 5th:

Practice: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., 12:30 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Friday, September 6th:

Practice: 9:15 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.

Saturday, September 7th:

SoCal Futures Game @ Honda Center – 6:00 p.m. (post-game autograph signing)

Sunday, September 8th:

Practice: TBD

Monday, September 9th:

SoCal Futures Game @ Toyota Sports Center – 6:00 p.m.

Now, here is the camp roster:


  • Brent Andrews – ATO
  • Austin Carroll – ATO
  • Joseph Cramarossa
  • Emerson Etem
  • Max Friberg
  • Ryan Horvat – ATO
  • Ross Johnston – ATO
  • Antoine Laganiere
  • Stefan Noesen
  • Rickard Rakell
  • Charlie Sarault
  • Devante Smith-Pelly
  • Nick Sorensen
  • Chris Wagner
  • Steven Whitney


  • Kyle Becker – ATO
  • Kevin Gagne
  • Kenton Helgesen
  • Andrew O’Brien
  • Shea Theodore
  • Sami Vatanen
  • Stefan Warg
  • Teigan Zahn


  • Frederik Andersen
  • Igor Bobkov
  • John Gibson
  • Etienne Marcoux – ATO

Well, my prediction for lines for the upcoming Futures Games isn’t looking all that good right now:

Nic Kerdiles

– Rickard Rakell – Stefan Noesen

Max Friberg –

William Karlsson

– Chris Wagner

Kevin Roy

– Antoine Laganiere – Nick Sorensen

Steven Whitney – Joseph Cramarossa –

Grant Besse

Hampus Lindholm – Shea Theodore

Sami Vatanen –

Keaton Thompson

Andy Welinski

Mat Clark

John Gibson

Frederik Andersen

Bench: Charlie Sarault,

John Kurtz, Kevin Lind

But then again, I wouldn’t know about the guys who are having amateur tryouts, thats what the ATO stands for by the way. Of course, there are always guys who are on ATO’s but I couldn’t know who. It’s understandable that Kerdiles isn’t here, he’s busy hittin’ the books at Wisconsin. Same thing with Andy Welinski and Kevin Lind. However, I don’t know why William Karlsson isn’t attending.

Anyway, we’ve got a great crop of young players. So, if you have the opportunity, go down there and check them out!

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