Which players are most likely to make their NHL debuts this season?

The NHL has been working hard to bring players into training camp this season, with a number of big names expected to get significant playing time.

Here are some of the most interesting names that will likely be making their debuts:Cody Hodgson, LW, Anaheim Ducks**Hodgson is the only player with more than one NHL appearance, but the Anaheim Ducks have made it clear they have interest in him and are looking to extend his contract.

The 27-year-old winger is currently on the open market and will have to be signed by the team to keep him in the lineup.

He has four goals and 15 points in 29 games this season.

Marian Gaborik, RW, Detroit Red Wings*Gaborik has been a key part of the Red Wings power play this season and has been named to the NHL’s All-Rookie Team.

He is currently ranked seventh among Red Wings forwards in scoring with 12 goals and 19 points.

He could make his NHL debut against the Pittsburgh Penguins.*Dylan Larkin, LW/RW, Los Angeles Kings*Larkin was an injury replacement for Henrik Zetterberg during the first four games of the season, but he has been on the top line with Zach Parise and Jonathan Quick this season with the Los Angeles Galaxy.

Larkin has five goals and seven points in 24 games with the Galaxy.*Michael Del Zotto, C, New York Islanders*Del Zotto has spent much of the last few seasons with the Tampa Bay Lightning and has one goal and three points in 22 games this year.

He was signed by Toronto FC this offseason.

Del Zottos production has dipped this season because of a shoulder injury, but if he can return to form and get back to the form he showed in his rookie season, he should be a big addition to the Islanders lineup.*Ryan Callahan, RW/C, Minnesota Wild*Callahan has played with Minnesota the last two seasons and was acquired in a trade with the New York Rangers in the offseason.

The 25-year, 67-point forward is averaging 21:17 of ice time per game this season for the Wild.

He had a career-high 10 goals and 10 assists for the Rangers last season.

The Minnesota Wild have the third-most goals in the NHL this season at 36.

They are currently in ninth place in the Metropolitan Division.

The Edmonton Oilers have not had a player in their NHL training camp since the 2012-13 season, when Connor McDavid was signed to an eight-year contract.

McDavid has seven goals and 14 points in 28 games for the Oilers this season.*Henrik Karlsson, RW , Ottawa Senators*Karlsson has made his NHL debut in Ottawa and has scored a career high 15 goals in 23 games.

He would make his first start against the Los Gatos Kings.

Karlsson has a career average of 19:11 of ice-time per game for the Senators this season; his NHL career average is 19:06.*Cody Eakin, RW / LW , Arizona Coyotes*Eakin has been with the Arizona Coyotes for two seasons, and he has a season high six goals and nine assists for 19 points in 23 appearances.

He will have the opportunity to start against Vancouver this season.(Via NHL.com)*Jakob Silfverberg, D, Anaheim Mighty Ducks*Silfverburg has been in Anaheim for the past two seasons.

He’s had five goals in 20 games with Anaheim this season while adding an assist.

He’ll be looking to make his season debut against Minnesota in their season opener on Saturday.*Seth Jones, LW / RW, Columbus Blue Jackets*Jones had a breakout season for Columbus in 2013-14 and has seven points (four goals, four assists) in 31 games this past season.

He also had a season-high 11 penalty minutes.

Jones will be playing with the Blue Jackets this season against the Philadelphia Flyers on Sunday.*Mike Santorelli, D / C, Columbus Pirates*Santorelli had two seasons of experience in Columbus, playing with Scott Hartnell and Kevin Hayes.

He started all 82 games for Columbus last season, finishing with 36 points (15 goals, 22 assists) and 109 penalty minutes in 140 regular-season games.

Santorello will be making his first NHL appearance against the Edmonton Oilers on Saturday.(Via Hockey Night in Canada)*Jack Eichel, C / LW, Florida Panthers*Eichel has had a big role in the Panthers development this season in helping them become the first team to win back-to-back Presidents’ Trophy in franchise history.

He currently leads the team in scoring and has six goals in 15 games.

Eiche has five assists in 15 playoff games.*Tyson Jost, C , Winnipeg Jets*Jost had a strong postseason with the Winnipeg Jets this season but has not been