With an influx of rep players among the new signings, the Green Machine faithful will be hoping the new-look Raiders can return to the finals zone in 2015.
Former Storm winger Sisa Waqa has made a smooth transition to the Canberra Raiders, playing at the club that made fellow Fijian Noa Nadruku a household name.
Canberra Raiders junior Haydon Hodge has made the decision to retire from elite level competition due to a chronic knee injury.
Livewire Canberra Raiders recruit Blake Austin said he has no regrets about relocating to the nation's capital despite moving away from his parents.
Promising Canberra Raiders centre Jeremy Hawkins has re-signed with the club for another two years, tying him to the club until 2017.
Raiders recruit Iosia Soliola is drawing inspiration from past Super League players and trying to reignite his NRL career in a bid to help his new club.
The Canberra Raiders are determined this season to make the nation's capital a ground on which other teams fear to tread once again.
New Raiders captain Jarrod Croker is ready to throw himself into the skipper role in Canberra and meet with NRL referees ahead of 2015 season.
Canberra young gun Mitch Cornish has helped to steer the Raiders to a 32-20 NRL trial victory over a Melbourne side missing their big three.
Between them they have only played five games in Canberra's lime green jersey but utility Jordan Rapana and centre Jeremy Hawkins want NRL spots in 2015.