2010-11 Training camp roster
Thursday, 16.09.2010 / 3:10 PM / News
Montreal Canadiens


36- Alexander Avtsin
55- Hunter Bishop
70- Jimmy Bonneau
17- Dustin Boyd
13- Michael Cammalleri
82- Andrew Conboy
52- Mathieu Darche
58- David Desharnais
37- Gabriel Dumont
81- Lars Eller
63- Andreas Engqvist
64- Olivier Fortier
73- Brendan Gallagher
21- Brian Gionta
11- Scott Gomez
15- Jeff Halpern
46- Andrei Kostitsyn
40- Maxim Lapierre
71- Louis Leblanc
90- Philippe Lefebvre
80- Dany Massé
61- Ben Maxwell
32- Travis Moen
67- Max Pacioretty
51- Aaron Palushaj
14- Tomas Plekanec
57- Benoit Pouliot
94- Tom Pyatt
49- Ryan Russell
45- Ian Schultz
53- Ryan White
48- James T. Wyman


78- Sébastien Bisaillon
72- Mathieu Carle
85- Marc-Antoine Desnoyers
74- Morgan Ellis
75- Hal Gill
26- Josh Gorges
44- Roman Hamrlik
24- Alex Henry
56- Kyle Klubertanz
79- Andrei Markov
47- Brendon Nash
20- Ryan O’Byrne
43- Alexandre Picard
6- Jaroslav Spacek
62- Frédéric St-Denis
86- Joe Stejskal
76- P.K. Subban
42- Jarred Tinordi
59- David Urquhart
68- Yannick Weber


35- Alex Auld
87- Nicholas Champion
84- Peter Delmas
65- Robert Mayer
31- Carey Price
30- Curtis Sanford

Check for roster chart and schedule here.

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