Owen Nolan, right, has played 1,200 NHL games since being selected first overall in the 1990 draft. ((Tony Avelar/Associated Press))

The Vancouver Canucks announced on Thursday that veteran NHLers Owen Nolan and Todd Fedoruk will attend training camp on a tryout basis.

Nolan, 39, spent last year playing for Zurich in the Swiss League.

He last played in the NHL in 2009-10, recording 16 goals and 17 assists for the Minnesota Wild in 73 games, with 40 penalty minutes.

Nolan was selected first overall by Quebec in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft and followed the franchise's move to Colorado, with subsequent stops in San Jose, Toronto, Phoenix and Calgary.

The Thorold, Ont., native has totalled 422 goals, 463 assists, and 1,793 penalty minutes in 1,200 career regular season games.

Fedoruk's last NHL action was in 2009-10 as well.

The 32-year-old has played 545 NHL games with Philadelphia, Anaheim, Dallas, Minnesota, Phoenix and Tampa Bay. He's scored 32 goals and added 65 assists, with 1,050 penalty minutes.