National Hockey League

The Ottawa Senators reduced their training camp roster to a total of 51 players. Tristan Scherwey was not among the cuts.

Survived first roster cut: Tristan Scherwey.
Robert Hradil / RvS.Media

Eleven players became victims of the Ottawa Senators' first cut to their training camp roster. Among those, three players were returned to their junior clubs, four released from amateur tryouts, and Nathan Todd was released from his professional tryout.

SC Bern's Tristan Scherwey will thus stay in North America for a bit longer - up to a maximum of another two weeks. Scherwey, however, does not have an out-clause for the NHL this year. He will be able to join the NHL next summer at the earliest.

( 16 September 2019 | tme )

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