P.K. Subban will play for Philadelphia, at least for one night.
ATLANTIC CITY -- The rosters for Operation Hat Trick, the Hurricane Sandy relief hockey game to be held at Boardwalk Hall here on Saturday night, keep growing.
According to the New York Times, Ottawa Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson has been added to Team New York and Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban has been added to Team New Jersey/Philadelphia. Mike Komisarek from the Toronto Maple Leafs, Matt Martin from the New York Islanders and Taylor Pyatt from the New York Rangers have also been added to Team NY.
A full look at the rosters, via the Times:
Team New York
Forwards: Brad Richards, Bobby Ryan, Corey Perry, Daniel Alfredsson, James Neal, Ville Leino, Brian Boyle, Taylor Pyatt, Jeff Halpern, Arron Asham, Matt Martin.
Defensemen: Dan Girardi, Marc Staal, Steve Eminger, Mike Komisarek.
Goaltender: Henrik Lundqvist.
Team New Jersey/Philadelphia
Forwards Scott Hartnell, Steven Stamkos, David Clarkson, James van Riemsdyk, Simon Gagne, Jody Shelley, Wayne Simmonds, Justin Williams, Daniel Carcillo, Steve Downie.
Defensemen: Andy Greene, Kimmo Timonen, Braydon Coburn, P..K. Subban, John Carlson.
Goaltender: Martin Brodeur.
Team New York will play for the Empire State Relief Fund, benefiting Hurricane Sandy victims in New York State. Team NJ/Philly will play for the New Jersey State Relief Fund, benefiting Sandy victims in New Jersey. The teams will wear special jerseys which will be auctioned off. They'll meet with Atlantic City firefighters on Saturday morning and will speak at a press conference at Caesars on Friday evening.
Tickets are sold out. If you're going to the game and need to pick up at will call, show up early. Long lines are expected. The game begins at 7 p.m. on Saturday night and it will be a full, 60-minute game. 97.3 ESPN in Atlantic City will offer a live radio broadcast and an Internet audio stream.