Clarkson's captain from last year, Mark Borowiecki, is the latest Golden Knight to make the National Hockey League.
Borowiecki will play in his first game with the Ottawa Senators tonight against the San Jose Sharks (10:30 p.m., Eastern).
Borowiecki, a defenseman, played in 42 games for the American Hockey League's Binghamton Senators and scored three goals with 12 assists.
Borowiecki met with the media after practice this afternoon:
Another of former coach George Roll's recruits was called up to the NHL earlier this month as Steve Zalewski played in six games with the New Jersey Devils. Zalewski had brief previous NHL experience with the Sharks. Here Zalewski meets with the media before his Devils' debut:
Clarkson's leading scorer in the NHL this season remains Montreal Canadiens forward Erik Cole. Cole spoke to the press after a win over the New York Rangers this week:
Erik Cole, Montreal 46 games 17 goals-16 assists 33 points
Grant Clitsome, Columbus 38 4-8 12
Willie Mitchell, Los Angeles 41 2-7 9
Kent Huskins, St. Louis 9 2-2 4
Randy Jones, Winnipeg 17 1-0 1
Steve Zalewski, New Jersey 6 0-0 0