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2010 Sabres Rookie Camp Roster

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The Sabres released their Rookie Camp roster and it features a total of 37 players, 29 who are Sabres draft picks. Here is the roster, but who are the players that you may not know. 

Dennis McCauley

McCauley signed a contract over the summer and has some limited AHL experience with the Worcester Sharks last season. He played in a total of 45 games for Worcester and had a total of 14 points. While McCauley isn't going to be known for scoring and lighting the lamp, he is going to be known for dropping the gloves. McCauley had a total of 84 penalty minutes in those 45 games and according to his Hockey Fights fight card, he had a total of 10 fights in the AHL alone. 

After the jump, the rest of the non draft picks

Brian Roloff

Roloff is a native of West Seneca and has very limited experience in the AHL. Roloff signed an amateur tryout contract with the Providence Bruins and appeared in a total of 5 games, with one assist. His career at the University of Vermont was much better, appearing in 145 games with 28 goals and 79 points. Roloff has some of that clutch instinct as shown in this game tying goal against Boston College.

Zane Kalemba

Kalemba was a four year goaltender at Princeton who showed some glimpses of good including a Frozen Four appearance in 2008. In 2008, Kalemba was 22-10-1 with a 1.82 GAA and .932 SV%. It was his best season in his four year career. His total career stats were 54-44-5 with a 2.46 GAA and .912 SV%.

Kalemba was invited to the Lightning Development Camp this summer and now has a chance to challenge David Leggio as the Portland backup. 

Colin Stuart 

Stuart was signed by the Sabres a few weeks ago as depth in Portland. Stuart has two years of NHL experience with the Atlanta Thrashers with 13 points in 51 games played. Stuart has shown some glimpses of speed and agility in his NHL career, as shown against the Sabres a few years ago

Sabres rookie camp starts at 7:30 am on Monday and then goes to 9 am Tuesday-Thursday. Everything that happens on-ice will be open to the public. Regular training camp opens on Saturday.