Marlies Announce Training Camp Roster

The Toronto Marlies announced today the hockey club’s 2017 training camp roster. The initial camp roster will have 40 players, including 24 forwards, 12 defencemen and four goaltenders. The full roster can be seen below.

The Marlies open training camp at the MasterCard Centre for Hockey Excellence in Etobicoke, holding on-ice sessions from Tuesday, September 26 to Thursday, September 28 before their preseason games against the Rochester Americans. The roster will be split into two groups, with the first group practicing at 1:30 p.m. followed by a scrimmage at 2:15 p.m. and the second group’s practice. Media availability will follow practices.

The Marlies will play back-to-back preseason games this weekend against the Rochester Americans. With the Friday game being held at the Rochester Institute of Technology, the Marlies will close their preseason schedule at HarborCenter in Buffalo. Tickets are available through

Date Venue Time
Fri., Sept. 29 Gene Polisseni Centre 7:05 p.m. EST
Sat., Sept. 30 HarborCenter 7:05 p.m. EST

The current Maple Leafs training camp roster includes 29 players who have developed with the Toronto Marlies. The final roster of the 2016-17 Toronto Maple Leafs consisted of 12 Marlies graduates (Tyler Bozak, Nazem Kadri, Jake Gardiner, Leo Komarov, Morgan Rielly, Josh Leivo, Connor Brown, Connor Carrick, Zach Hyman, Nikita Soshnikov, William Nylander and Kasperi Kapanen).

The Marlies open their regular season on home ice with back-to-back games against the Utica Comets on Saturday, October 7 and Sunday, October 8, both at 4:00 p.m. EST. Tickets for opening weekend at Ricoh Coliseum can be purchased at or by calling 416-597-PUCK (7825).

Click here to see the full Toronto Marlies 2017 Training Camp Statistical Roster

Name Position 2016-17 Club(s) D.O.B.
Vladimir Bobylev F Spartak (KHL)
Khimik (VHL)
Victoria (WHL)
Jeremy Bracco F Kitchener (OHL)
Windsor (OHL)
Adam Brooks F Regina (WHL) 05/06/1996
Jordan Caron F Chicago (AHL) 11/02/1990
Chris Crane F Allen (ECHL)
Orlando (ECHL)
Troy Crema F Dartmouth (NCAA)
Rochester (AHL)
Jean Dupuy F Rochester (AHL) 10/06/1994
Martins Dzierkals F Rouyn-Noranda (QMJHL) 04/04/1997
Kenton Helgesen F Utah (ECHL)
Indy (ECHL)
Nikita Korostolev F Sarnia (OHL)
Peterborough (OHL)
Chris Leblanc F Merrimack (NCAA)
Wichita (ECHL)
Binghamton (AHL)
Mark Macmillan F St. John’s (AHL) 01/23/1992
Mason Marchment F Toronto (AHL)
Orlando (ECHL)
Steven McParland F South Carolina (ECHL)
Chicago (AHL)
Binghamton (AHL)
Max Novak F Albany (AHL) 04/15/1991
Jeremy Olinik F St. Norbert (NCAA) 03/02/1992
Joe Perry F Orlando (ECHL) 08/29/1989
J.J. Piccinich F London (OHL) 06/12/1996
Kristian Pospisil F Sioux City (USHL) 04/22/1996
Kyle Rankin F Elmira (ECHL) 03/03/1993
Marc-Olivier Roy F Utica (AHL)
Alaska (ECHL)
Todd Skirving F RIT (NCAA) 04/30/1992
Matt Tipoff F Edinburgh (EIHL) 10/04/1990
Joshua Winquist F Bridgeport (AHL) 09/06/1993
Travis Armstrong D Roanoke (SPHL)
Norfolk (ECHL)
Brampton (ECHL)
Manchester (ECHL)
Idaho (ECHL)
Indy (ECHL)
Matias Cleland D New Hampshire (NCAA)
Wheeling (ECHL)
Brandon Gormley D Binghamton (AHL)
Albany (AHL)
Alex Gudbranson D Quad City (ECHL)
Toronto (AHL)
Sam Jardine D San Antonio (AHL)
Colorado (ECHL)
Jeff King D Sarnia (OHL)
Orlando (ECHL)
Samuel Labrecque D Villacher SV (EBEL) 02/20/1992
Rob Mann D Robert Morris (NCAA)
Utah (ECHL)
Aleksandr Mikulovich D Kunlun (KHL)
Rapid City (ECHL)
Mike Monfredo D Quad City (ECHL)
Rapid City (ECHL)
Colton Saucerman D South Carolina (ECHL)
Manchester (ECHL)
Hershey (AHL)
Nolan Valleau D Rockford (AHL) 11/15/1992
Matt Hackett G San Diego (AHL) 03/07/1990
Cal Heeter G Grand Rapids (AHL)
Toledo (ECHL)
Jake Hildebrand G Rockford (AHL)
Indy (ECHL)
Mackenzie Skapski G Hartford (AHL)
Greenvile (ECHL)
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