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That pertains specifically to men arrested by blocking detachments. There were other ways military personnel were arrested and put under trial.
If you take official casualty summaries then the Stalingrad (I)/Don Front suffered 13,783 non-battle casualties from 12.07.42 to 15.2.43, the South-East/Stalingrad (II) Front - 10,477 from 09.08 to 31.12.42, the South-West Front (II) - 3,790 from 25.10 to 31.12.42. Total 28 tousand men. That includes sentences by tribunals (and probably executions without a trial), deaths and injuries to accidents, desertions, suicides etc. My guess is that the number of death and jail sentences was hardly larger than 10-15 thousand. Not including revoked and suspended sentences and penal units.
Generally speaking information on military personnel sentenced to death and captivity (such as name, date, units etc) can be found at:
but filtering results pertaining to Stalingrad is quite tiresome and time-consuming.