Tim Bozon F MON 1 Day

Bozon attended the first day of Montreal's rookie camp, Hockey Inside Out reports.

Bozon made headlines earlier this year when the contracted a bout of meningitis and wound up in a hospital for close to a month. He lost 40 pounds, but recovered enough to train with the French under-22 team. He's expected to skate with the Hamilton Bulldogs of the American Hockey Leauge.

Ruslan Fedotenko LW PHI 1 Day

Fedotenko will attend the New Jersey Devils' training camp on a professional tryout basis, Rich Chere of the Newark Star-Ledger reports.

The 35-year-old Fedotenko played in the KHL last season for HC Donbass, scoring 17 points (7 goals, 10 assists) in 46 games. At this point in his career, he offers little by way of fantasy upside since his career high in points (41) came way back in 2005-06 with Tampa Bay. If he does manage to land a roster spot with the Devils, he will likely be deployed in a checking-line role.

Tomas Vokoun G PIT 1 Day

Vokoun still wants to play in 2014-15, Vokoun's agent, Allan Walsh, reports.

Vokoun has declined a couple contract offers already, and is waiting for the right situation to sign a deal. The 38-year-old netminder spent most of last year recovering from a pelvic blood clot, but is reportedly 100-percent heading into this season, and could be valuable to a team in need of a veteran backup.

Jake McCabe D BUF 1 Day

McCabe (undisclosed) is a game-time decision for Saturday's prospect game against the Rangers.

The team didn't specify what was bothering McCabe, but it doesn't appear to be anything serious. If he's in the lineup, the NHL Prospect Tournament is a good chance to get a look at McCabe, who is expected to be a fixture on the Sabres blue line for years to come.

T. J. Tynan C CLS 1 Day

Tynan scored a goal as the Blue Jackets' squad downed the Wild 6-4 in Friday's opener of the Traverse City prospect tournament.

After finishing up his college career, Tynan got his feet wet in the AHL last season and will likely spend all of this season at Springfield. The undersized forward has been passed up on the Jackets' prospect list by an influx of talent added to the organization over the last couple of years, and Tynan will really need to prove himself in the AHL before he'll get a sniff of the NHL roster.

Alexander Wennberg C CLS 1 Day

Wennberg scored an empty-net goal as the Blue Jackets' squad downed the Wild 6-4 in Friday's opener of the Traverse City prospect tournament.

The Columbus team at this year's tournament is loaded with talent, headlined by 2013 first round picks Wennberg, Kerby Rychel and Marko Dano. All three will likely spend most of the season in the AHL, but if Ryan Johansen's contract dispute extends into the regular season it could open up a spot at center for Wennberg to begin the year with the big club.

Marko Dano C CLS 1 Day

Dano scored two goals and added an assist as the Blue Jackets' squad downed the Wild 6-4 in Friday's opener of the Traverse City prospect tournament.

The Columbus team at this year's tournament is loaded with talent, headlined by 2013 first round picks Dano, Alexander Wennberg and Kerby Rychel. All three will likely spend most of the season in the AHL, but if Dano plays well at Springfield he could get called up when the Jackets need a little grit on the wing.

Kerby Rychel F CLS 1 Day

Rychel scored a goal and added three assists as the Blue Jackets' squad downed the Wild 6-4 in Friday's opener of the Traverse City prospect tournament.

The Columbus team at this year's tournament is loaded with talent, headlined by 2013 first round picks Rychel, Alexander Wennberg and Marko Dano. All three will likely spend most of the season in the AHL, but if Rychel plays well at Springfield he could get called up when the Jackets need a little grit on the wing.

Jordin Tootoo RW DET 1 Day

Tootoo will attend the New Jersey Devils' training camp on a professional tryout basis, Rich Chere of the Newark Star-Ledger reports.

While the odds of Tootoo landing a spot on an NHL roster are slim, Devils GM Lou Lamoriello apparently likes what he sees in him. "He's a different dimension type of player," Lamoriello said of Tootoo. "He's exciting, he bangs and hits. It's intriguing. He played against us and he got my attention when he played for Nashville." Even if he does manage to win himself a job this season, it will likely be as a third- or fourth-line agitator which does not warrant much attention in most fantasy formats. Tootoo racked up just eight points in 53 games playing for Detroit over the past two seasons.

Dmitry Orlov D WAS 2 Days

Head coach Barry Trotz is hopeful Orlov (wrist) will return to the lineup sometime in early-October, although he indicated there is an "open time frame" for the recovery, Alex Prewitt of The Washington Post reports.

Orlov (wrist) broke his wrist during Team Russia's gold medal-winning performance at the 2014 IIHF World Championships in Belarus this summer. Trotz indicated Orlov has resumed skating and is on track to return to the lineup fairly soon. However, with the arrival of Matt Niskanen and Brooks Orpik, Orlov appears destined for a decrease in the top-4 minutes he saw last season, so he faces an uphill battle to be a solid producer from a fantasy perspective.