Updated: Cormier hurt; Training camp roster set

Patrice Cormier left the Thrashers practice facility on crutches Thursday after he was hit with a puck while blocking a shot during the final four-on-four scrimmage of rookie camp.

X-rays were taken and the team will announce the results on Friday.

Cormier immediately fell to the ice after being hit with the puck. He did get up and told a teammate that he was all right.

I will provide updates and more details as they become available.

Training camp roster

Here is the complete roster for Thrashers training camp, which starts on Saturday. A total of 52 players have been invited.

Groupings won’t be available until Friday.

Forwards (28): Akim Aliu, Nik Antropov, Niclas Bergfors, Eric Boulton, Alexander Burmistrov, Patrice Cormier, Nigel Dawes, Andre Deveaux**, Ben Eager, Angelo Esposito, Michael Forney, Riley Holzapfel, Evander Kane, Andrew Kozek, Andrew Ladd, Enver Lisin*, Bryan Little, Spencer Machacek, Ian McKenzie, Fredrik Modin, Danick Paquette, Fredrik Pettersson, Rich Peverley, Patrick Rissmiller, Jared Ross, Jim Slater, Anthony Stewart, Chris Thorburn

Defensemen (18): Zach Bogosian, Dustin Byfuglien, Ben Chairot, Tobias Enstrom, Ron Hainsey, Arturs Kulda, Kyle McLaren*, Freddy Meyer, Johnny Oduya, Sebastian Owuya, Paul Postma, Jaime Sifers, Mike Siklenka, Cody Sol, Brent Sopel, Boris Valabik, Noah Welch, Andrey Zubarev

Goaltenders (6): Chris Carrozzi, Drew MacIntyre, Peter Mannino, Chris Mason, Ed Pasquale, Ondrej Pavelec

* – Tryout contract

** – Member of Chicago Wolves

12 comments Add your comment

Waffleboy

September 16th, 2010
7:11 pm

It’s crazy to see McLaren on a tryout. Would like to see him move Buff to a forward spot.

kracker

September 16th, 2010
8:36 pm

I can pare the field to 14 forwards but only to 9 defensemen. There has to be a trade(s) coming.

Antro Berg Boults Cormier Dawes Eager Kane Ladd Lisin Little Modin Pevs Slater Thorb

Bogo Buff Toby Hainsey Kulda Oduya Sopel Valabik Zubarev

Mason Pavs

Jack

September 16th, 2010
8:47 pm

Is there any top names that were in rookie camp that will not participate in trainging camp. Also regarding Cormier and his court experience. What is the worse case scenario on sentencing if he is found guilty.

kracker

September 16th, 2010
9:34 pm

This could change things already…

tweet – ajcthrashers Patrice Cormier did leave Thrashers facility on crutches after being hit with shot during scrimmage. X-rays taken. Results expected Friday.

Jack

September 16th, 2010
9:54 pm

FUDGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Brendan

September 16th, 2010
10:59 pm

Chris Vivlamore, nice update on training camp. Tough break on Cormier. Hope it’s not serious. I love the upcoming weeks. The weather will get cooler. Football has started back up. Hockey and basketball follow suit. And then there’s the LCS and World Series. I can only hope the Braves can reach the NLCS and beyond. Would be a great way to send Bobby Cox off to his retirement.

Well, yesterday … I got my Center Ice ordered. I’m sure they’ll run that free preview to start the season. If there are any other insomniacs out there, the West Coast games on Center Ice are a great companion. It might be a lot of fun to watch the L.A. Kings, Phoenix Coyotes, and Vancouver Canucks this year.

kracker

September 17th, 2010
8:05 am

That is very true about following some western teams, Brendan. A lot of folks sort of adopted the Yotes because they are under duress as a franchise but still played themselves into the playoffs in spite of all the drama. I need to call about my CI.

Brendan

September 17th, 2010
8:49 am

Kracker, have you decided which team(s) in the Western Conference that you will follow this year? I think I’m going with the Kings and Coyotes. What Phoenix did last year was remarkable. In the post-Gretzky era of the Coyotes, the team made the playoffs, all while the threat of relocation was ever present. That takes character, as a franchise. They seemingly made a commitment to ignore all external aspects of the team, knowing that, as players, they had no control over it anyway. The results were a 4th place finish, while contending for their division championship. I’m just sorry they drew Detroit as a 1st round opponent. I sincerely hope the Coyotes can make it back into the playoffs this year and win a round, or two. In their franchise history, they’ve only won two series, since 1979-80. When we speak of Thrasher failures, we should realize that other clubs have had a worse go of it than we have.

SCHUBERT

September 17th, 2010
10:53 am

Hey, you left my name off.

kracker

September 17th, 2010
3:07 pm

SCHUBERT, the Alaska Aces have a spot reserved just for you.

kracker

September 17th, 2010
5:34 pm

Well, scratch Cormier off my Thrashers list above. Having depth is a good thing.

Rhythmpenguin

September 21st, 2010
9:37 am

If you are not able to make it to the game tonight you can listen online through the Blue Jackets website: http://bluejackets.nhl.com/