Boston Bruins Announce Official Training Camp Roster and Schedule

Yesterday Evening the Boston Bruins officially announced the team’s roster and schedule for their 2022 Training Camp, which will take place at Warrior Ice Arena starting this morning (Wednesday, September 21st).

The Bruins will open up training camp ready to bounce back from last season’s early playoff exit that saw them fall to the Carolina Hurricanes in the first round. With veteran centers Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci back in the mix, this team will be running it back for what could be the final time for this aging core as they try to bring another Stanley Cup to Boston.

As per the Bruins PR team:

BOSTON BRUINS 2022 TRAINING CAMP ROSTER

Forwards: Joey Abate, Samuel AsselinJohn BeecherPatrice Bergeron, Justin Brazeau, Charlie CoyleJake DeBruskNick FolignoTrent Frederic, J.D. Greenway, A.J. GreerCurtis HallTaylor HallJoona KoppanenDavid KrejciJakub LaukoVinni LettieriFabian Lysell, Brad Marchand*, Marc McLaughlinGeorgii MerkulovTomas NosekDavid Pastrnak, Matthew Poitras, Craig SmithOskar SteenJack Studnicka, Luke Toporowski, Eduards Tralmaks, Alex-Olivier Voyer, Chris WagnerPavel Zacha

Defensemen: Jack AhcanVictor Berglund, Frederic Brunet, Michael CallahanBrandon CarloConnor CarrickConnor Clifton, Josiah Didier, Jackson Edward, Derek Forbort, Matt Grzelcyk*, Hampus LindholmRyan Mast, Charlie McAvoy*, Mike ReillyDan Renouf, Jacob Wilson, Kai WissmannNick WolffJakub Zboril

Goaltenders: Francois Brassard, Brandon BussiKyle KeyserKeith KinkaidJeremy SwaymanLinus Ullmark

*Injured player

The Bruins will have plenty of training camp battles as injuries to players to start the season will leave ice time and opportunities for young players and newcomers to take advantage of. Keep an eye on Fabian Lysell, Pavel Zacha, Jakub Zboril, Jack Studnicka, and Johnny Beecher, as they will all be looking to prove themselves throughout camp.

BOSTON BRUINS 2022 TRAINING CAMP SCHEDULE

Wednesday, September 21 (Warrior Ice Arena, Brighton, MA)

-Training Camp opens

Thursday, September 22 (Warrior Ice Arena, Brighton, MA)

-Group A practice, 10 a.m.

-Group B practice, 11:45 a.m.

Friday, September 23 (Warrior Ice Arena, Brighton, MA)

-Group B practice, 10 a.m.

-Group A practice, 11:45 a.m.

Saturday, September 24 (Warrior Ice Arena, Brighton, MA / Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA)

-Pre-game skate, 10 a.m. (Warrior Ice Arena, Brighton, MA)

-Non-game Group A practice, 11 a.m.

-Non-game Group B practice, 12:30 p.m.

-Preseason Game at the Philadelphia Flyers, 7 p.m. (Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA)

Sunday, September 25 (Boston, MA)

-TBD

Monday, September 26 (Warrior Ice Arena, Brighton, MA)

-Group A practice, 10 a.m.

-Group B practice, 11:45 a.m.

Tuesday, September 27 (Warrior Ice Arena, Brighton, MA / TD Garden, Boston, MA)

-Pre-game skate, 10 a.m.

-Non-game Group A practice, 11 a.m.

-Non-game Group B practice, 12:15 p.m.

-Preseason game vs. New York Rangers, 7 p.m. (TD Garden, Boston, MA)

Wednesday, September 28 (Warrior Ice Arena, Brighton, MA)

-Group B practice, 10:30 a.m.

-Group A practice, 12:30 p.m.

Thursday, September 29 (Boston, MA)

-TBD

Friday, September 30 (Warrior Ice Arena, Brighton, MA)

-Group A practice, 10 a.m.

-Group B practice, 11:45 a.m.

Saturday, October 1 (Warrior Ice Arena, Brighton, MA / TD Garden, Boston, MA)

-Non-game Group A practice, 9 a.m.

-Non-game Group B practice, 10 a.m.

-Preseason game vs. Philadelphia Flyers, 1 p.m. (TD Garden, Boston, MA)

Sunday, October 2 (Warrior Ice Arena, Brighton, MA)

-Group A practice, 10 a.m.

-Group B practice, 12:30 p.m.

Monday, October 3 (Warrior Ice Arena, Brighton, MA / Prudential Center, Newark, NJ)

-Pre-game skate, 10 a.m. (Warrior Ice Arena, Brighton, MA)

-Non-game Group A practice, 11 a.m.

-Non-game Group B practice, 12:30 p.m.

-Preseason Game at the New Jersey Devils, 7 p.m. (Prudential Center, Newark, NJ)

Tuesday, October 4 (Boston, MA)

-TBD

*Remaining training camp schedule TBA

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