Penguins Announce 2024 Development Camp Roster

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The Pittsburgh Penguins announced today their roster for the team’s 2024 Development Camp, which is set to take place from July 6th through July 10th at the UPMC Lemieux Complex in Cranberry, PA

48 players make up this season’s camp, consisting of 30 players, 15 defensemen, and three goalies.

Some of the notable players invited to camp include all six players drafted by the Penguins in the 2024 draft, including Harrison Brunicke (2nd round, 44th overall), Tanner Howe (2nd round, 46th overall), Chase Pietila (4th round, 111th overall), Joona Vaisanen (6th round, 175th overall), Mac Swanson (7th round, 207th overall) and Finn Harding (7th round, 223rd overall). 2023 1st round pick Brayden Yager will be attending for his second year following a championship season with the Moose Jaw Warriors of the WHL. Yager had 35 goals and 95 points in 57 regular season games and 11 goals and 27 points in 20 playoff games. Swift Current Broncos captain and Penguins 2022 1st round pick Owen Pickering will be attending for the third straight season. Pickering finished last season with seven goals and a career-high 46 points in 59 games played. Forward Tristan Broz will be returning for his fourth development camp after making his professional debut last season with the Wilkes-Barrie/Scranton Penguins (AHL), playing two playoff games, following his championship season at the University of Denver, in which he had 16 goals and 40 points in 43 games.

Two other forwards, Ville Koivunen and Chaz Lucius, will both be attending their first Penguins development camp after being acquired from the Carolina Hurricanes on March 7th, as well as Bennett MacArthur, who was acquired a few days ago from the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Here is the official roster for Development Camp:

Forwards

Dalton Andrew, Jack Beck, Christopher Brown, Tristan Broz, Atley Calvert, Charlie Cerrato, Justin Cloutier, Mathieu De St. Phalle, Luke Devlin, Matt DiMarscio, Joshua Eernisse, Cooper Foster, Will Gerrior, Avery Hayes, Tanner Howe, Emil Jarventie, Beau Jelsma, Gabe Klassen, Ville Koivunen, Cruz Lucius, Bennett MacArthur, Calem Mangone, Logan Pietila, Zam Plante, Owen Saye, Ryan St. Louis, Mac Swanson, Owen Van Steensel, Brayden Yager, Chase Yoder

Defensemen

Isaac Belliveau, Scooter Brickey, Harrison Brunicke, Caeden Carlisle, Finn Harding, Kalle Kangas, Daniel Laatsch, Frankie Marrelli, Donovan McCoy, Owen Pickering, Emil Pieniniemi, Chase Pietila, Lucas St. Louis, Joona Vaisanen, Philip Waugh

Goalies

Jackson Parsons, Owen Say, Charlie Schenkel

The on-ice sessions go from 9 AM to noon on July 6th and 7th, 9-11 AM on July 8th, 9-10 AM on July 9th, and lastly, a four-on-four tournament starting at noon on July 10th. All on-ice sessions and the tournament are free admission.

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