Penguins training camp roster
TRAINING CAMP ROSTER
Player No. Shoots Ht./wt. Age
Robert Bortuzzo 41 R 6-4/215 23
Simon Despres 47 L 6-4/215 21
Deryk Engelland 5 R 6-2/215 30
Kris Letang 58 R 6-0/200 25
Ben Lovejoy 6 R 6-2/210 28
Paul Martin 7 L 6- 1⁄200 31
Matt Niskanen 2 R 6-0/205 26
Brooks Orpik 44 L 6-2/218 32
Brian Strait 37 L 6- 1⁄205 25
Player No. Shoots Ht./wt. Age
Craig Adams (RW) 27 R 6-0/197 35
Beau Bennett (RW) 19 R 6- 2⁄190 21
Matt Cooke (LW) 24 L 5-1 1⁄205 34
Sidney Crosby (C) 87 L 5-1 1⁄200 25
Pascal Dupuis (RW) 9 L 6- 1⁄200 33
Tanner Glass (LW) 10 L 6- 1⁄210 29
Dustin Jeffrey (C) 15 L 6- 1⁄200 24
Tyler Kennedy (LW) 48 R 5-1 1⁄190 26
Chris Kunitz (LW) 14 L 6-0/193 33
Evgeni Malkin (C) 71 L 6-3/212 26
Jayson Megna (RW) 12 R 6- 1⁄195 22
James Neal (RW) 18 L 6-2/215 25
Brandon Sutter (C) 16 R 6- 3⁄190 23
Eric Tangradi (LW) 25 L 6-4/225 23
Joe Vitale (C) 46 R 6-0/205 27
Player No. Catches Ht./wt. Age
Marc-Andre Fleury 29 L 6-2/185 28
Tomas Vokoun 92 R 6- 1⁄210 36
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