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9/13 Camp Notes
Four prospects reassigned
9/13/05 - by Mike Lee

As veteran players ready themselves for the official start of training camp festivities, the NHL experience ended for several prospects on Tuesday. Four farmhands were assigned to their minor league clubs and two others were given their outright release.

2004 4th round draft pick Jason Churchill, 2005 5th round picks Taylor Dakers and Derek Joselin and 2005 2nd round pick Marc-Edourd Vlasic all had their taste of what could be someday end.

Defenseman Matt Deschamps and center Ryan Salvis were released.

GM Doug Wilson also dipped into the free agent market for the first time this off season by signing Group III Unrestricted Free Agent right wing Josh Langfeld to a one-year deal.

Langfeld has 51 games of NHL service under his belt, spread across three season with the Ottawa Senators. The right wing scored all seven of his career NHL goals with the Senators in 2003-04.

The third round selection (66th overall) in 1997 finished sixth in scoring for the Binghamton Senators in 2004-05, posting 57 points (32 goals and 25 assists) along with 75 penalty minutes in 74 games.

The six-foot-three, 215-pound native of Fridley, Minnesota played four seasons (1997-01) with the University of Michigan, including scoring the game-winning, overtime goal to defeat Boston College for the 1998 NCAA Championship.

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