Chicago Blackhawks announce training camp roster; Patrick Kane expected to attend

It sounds like Patrick Kane will be at Chicago Blackhawks training camp when the team reports on Friday.

On Wednesday the team announced the official roster for their annual training camp that will take place at the University of Notre Dame’s campus. Kane remains under investigation for an alleged sexual assault at his Buffalo area home in August. A grand jury will reportedly hear evidence in the case next month.

The Chicago Sun Time’s Mark Lazerus tweeted out some interesting notions on whether or not Kane will actually be there when the team reports:

The Blackhawks have invited a few veterans to the camp as they look for some depth on the roster. Center Daniel Paille and former Blackhawks winger Tomas Kopecky have been invited. Rockford IceHogs standout Jake Dowell has also been invited.  NBC Chicago has more:

On the defensive side of things, Michal Rozsival will be in camp with the Blackhawks, as will veteran defenseman Kyle Cumiskey. Jan Hejda, who most recently played with the Colorado Avalanche, will also be with the Blackhawks on a tryout basis, and he will be joined by Lubomir Visnovsky, who is trying to crack one last NHL roster at the age of 39.

You can find the full training camp roster at the Blackhawks official site. Training camp is open to the public.


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