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2014 Team Canada World Junior Roster Camp Invites Announced

Domi, Nurse most notable left off the invite roster.

Today, Hockey Canada announced the 25 player selection roster for Team Canada for the 2014 World Junior Hockey Championships in Malmö, Sweden. Included on the list are top Canadian Hockey League forward, Jonathan Drouin, Sam Reinhart and Aaron Ekblad, the projected #1 and #2 overall prospects for the 2014 NHL Entry Draft, as well as phenom Connor McDavid, who is widely regarded as one of the best hockey prospects of this generation. Canada has traditionally invited 40 skaters and 4 goalies to camp, which will lead to some notable names absent from the invite list, such as Max Domi and Darnell Nurse.

Here are all the players invited to the camp:

Forwards: Josh Anderson, Jonathan Drouin, Frédérik Gauthier, Félix Girard, Bo Horvat, Charles Hudon, Scott Laughton, Curtis Lazar, Taylor Leier, Anthony Mantha, Connor McDavid, Nic Petan, Sam Reinhart, Kerby Rychel, Hunter Shinkaruk.

Defence: Chris Bigras, Mathew Dumba, Aaron Ekblad, Josh Morrissey, Adam Pelech, Derrick Pouliot, Griffin Reinhart, Damon Severson.

Goaltenders: Zachary Fucale, Jake Paterson.

The camp roster is highlighted by:

  • 12 first-round NHL draft picks
  • 9 captains
  • 8 alternate captains

Heading forward, the team, coached by Brent Sutter, will have to cut 2 forwards and 1 defenceman before the roster deadline of December 25th, which will prove to be a difficult task.

Big League Experience: 2 players, Scott Laughton and Matthew Dumba, have NHL experience. Dumba, who is currently playing in the NHL for the Minnesota Wild, will be sent on loan to Team Canada for the duration of the tournament barring any injuries to the Wild defensive core. Laughton played 5 games for the Philadelphia Flyers in lockout shortened 2012-13 NHL season before being sent back down to the Oshawa Generals of the Ontario Hockey League

Notables Missing: Most notably missing from the camp roster are forward Max Domi and defenceman Darnell Nurse. Domi, a highly-skilled forward who plays with Josh Anderson and Bo Horvat for the London Knights in the OHL, was picked by the Phoenix Coyotes 12th overall in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft. Nurse, taken by the Edmonton Oilers 7th overall in the 2013 draft, is a big, strong defenceman with strong skating abilities and high offensive capabilities. These two will be the centre of debate for the weeks leading up to and during the Championship itself.


Other notables absent from the camp roster are centre Brendan Gaunce and goalie Eric Comrie. If Fucale or Paterson get injured, look for Comrie to be the replacement.

Depth Up The Middle: The current camp roster features 8 players, Gauthier, Horvat, Girard, McDavid, Laughton, Lazar, Petan, and S. Reinhart, who play centre. One of the challenges presented to the staff of the Team Canada will be deciding who to play on the wing.

Brotherly Love: Defenceman Griffin and forward Sam Reinhart look to become the first brothers to crack the Team Canada roster since Freddie and Dougie Hamilton in the 2012 World Junior Championships. Given the short span players are eligible for the Championship, it is extremely rare to see a brother combo make the roster of any team.

12 OHL Players Invited to Canada’s World Junior Selection Camp

CALGARY, Alta. – Hockey Canada moved one step closer to finding out who will wear the red-and-white at the 2020 IIHF World Junior Championship, as 12 OHL players earned an invitation to Canada’s National Junior Team Sport Chek Selection Camp in St. Catharines, Ont., Dec. 12-15.

The 32-man selection camp roster includes four goaltenders, 10 defencemen and 18 forwards. The process of evaluating and selecting the players was led by Brad McEwen, Hockey Canada’s head scout, in consultation with Joël Bouchard (Blainville-Boisbriand Armada) from the Program of Excellence management group.

Among the 12 OHL players are two returnees from last year’s silver-medal team: forwards Michael McLeod (Mississauga Steelheads), and Taylor Raddysh (Erie Otters).

OHL players invited to Canada’s National Junior Team Selection Camp:

Goaltenders:
Michael DiPietro (Windsor Spitfires)

Defencemen:
Logan Stanley (Kitchener Rangers)
Conor Timmins (Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds)

Forwards:
Jonathan Ang (Peterborough Petes)
Alex Formenton (London Knights)
Jonah Gadjovich (Owen Sound Attack)
Boris Katchouk (Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds)
Jordan Kyrou (Sarnia Sting)
Michael McLeod (Mississauga Steelheads)
Taylor Raddysh (Erie Otters)
Nick Suzuki (Owen Sound Attack)
Robert Thomas (London Knights)

“Hockey at all levels across the country continues to produce talented and elite-level hockey players that makes our evaluation and selection process a difficult one,” said Shawn Bullock, Hockey Canada’s senior manager of hockey operations and men’s national teams. “With a talent pool as deep as we have in this country, we believe the 22 players eventually selected from camp will give us the best chance at bringing home a gold medal. We couldn’t be more excited for our staff and players to get together in St. Catharines and begin the journey.”

Canada’s National Junior Team Sport Chek Selection Camp will be held at the Meridian Centre, the home of the Ontario Hockey League’s Niagara IceDogs, and feature a trio of games – two against a U SPORTS team on Dec. 13 and 14, and a game against Denmark on Dec. 15.


Following the four-day camp, Canada will pare down its roster to the final group of 22 players that will proudly wear the Canadian jersey in Buffalo, Dec. 26-Jan. 5, as they seek to win the nation’s 16th World Juniors gold medal.

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Pre-tournament games

Prior to the official puck drop on this year’s tournament, Canada will make its final preparations with a pair of pre-tournament games. On Dec. 20, Canada will face the Czech Republic in London, Ont., where a select number of tickets are available online, by phone at 1.866.455.2849, or in-person at the box office at Budweiser Gardens. On Dec. 22, the match-up features Canada taking on Switzerland at FirstOntario Centre in Hamilton with tickets available for purchase at Ticketmaster.ca, by phone at 905.529.8500 and at the Dan Lawrie Insurance Box Office.

Canada’s quest for gold officially begins on Boxing Day against Finland at 4 p.m. ET. Canada will face its U.S. rivals when they take to the outdoors on Dec. 29 at the home of the NFL’s Buffalo Bills, New Era Field in Orchard Park, N.Y., at 3 p.m. ET.

TSN and RDS, the official broadcasters of Hockey Canada, will once again provide wall-to-wall game coverage and analysis throughout the tournament, including Canada’s two pre-tournament games; check local listings for details.

Canada announces first releases from National Junior Team Selection Camp

Following a pair of victories over the U Sports All-Stars, Hockey Canada brass has announced its first set of releases from National Junior Team Selection Camp, drawing closer to finalizing Canada’s entry into the 2020 IIHF World Junior Championship.

Released from National Junior Team Selection Camp were four players, including a trio of Western Hockey League representatives – Brett Howden (Moose Jaw Warriors), Nick Merkley (Kelowna Rockets) and Austin Wagner (Regina Pats). Also released was defenceman Victor Mete of the Ontario Hockey League’s London Knights.

With the roster reduction, Canada now carries 27 players, including eight WHL representatives. Remaining at National Junior Team Selection Camp from the WHL are goaltenders Carter Hart (Everett Silvertips) and Connor Ingram (Kamloops Blazers); defencemen Jake Bean (Calgary Hitmen), Kale Clague (Brandon Wheat Kings) and Noah Juulsen (Everett Silvertips); and forwards Mathew Barzal (Seattle Thunderbirds), Dillon Dube (Kelowna Rockets) and Sam Steel (Regina Pats).

In total, the selection camp roster still features three goaltenders, nine defencemen and 15 forwards. CLICK HERE for the complete roster as of Dec. 13.

Selection camp closes Wednesday, at which point another five players will be released to get the team down to the maximum of 22.

A total of 12 WHL players had originally been named to the selection camp roster, though Brandon Wheat Kings centre Nolan Patrick was unable to attend due to injury.


Howden, a first round pick (27 th ) of the Tampa Bay Lightning at the 2020 NHL Entry Draft, returns to the Warriors, where he has produced 26 points (14G-12A) in 17 games this season.

For the second consecutive year, Merkley finds himself on the outside looking in. He was also a late release from the 2020 Canadian roster. A first round pick (30 th ) of the Arizona Coyotes at the 2015 NHL Entry Draft, Merkley returns to the Rockets where he has 21 points (8G-13A) in 24 games.

Wagner, a fourth round pick (99 th ) of the Los Angeles Kings at the 2015 NHL Entry Draft, will provide a boost to the Pats, having collected 27 points (14G-13A) in 23 games this season.

Canada will play one final outing against the Czech Republic on Wednesday, Dec. 14 (5 p.m. MT), at the Centre d’Excellence Sports Rousseau in Boisbriand, Que., to close out selection camp action.

The 2020 IIHF World Junior Championship will be contested beginning Dec. 26 in Montreal and Toronto.

Team Canada East unveils selection camp roster for 2020 World Junior A Challenge

CALGARY, Alta. The Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL) and NHL Central Scouting have identified a list of 44 players who have earned invites to Team Canada East selection camp in advance of the 2020 World Junior A Challenge in Dawson Creek, B.C.

From Aug. 7-9, 44 Team Canada East hopefuls will gather at the Benson Centre in Cornwall, Ont., for three days of games and practices as part of the evaluation process.

The players were selected from the CJHL’s five eastern Junior A leagues: the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League (NOJHL), Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL), Central Canada Hockey League (CCHL), Ligue de hockey junior AAA du Québec (LHJAAAQ) and Maritime Hockey League (MHL). Team Canada East staff, led by head coach Martin Dagenais (Embrun, Ont./Ottawa, CCHL) and director of operations Mark Grady (Orleans, Ont.), will use the camp to evaluate the prospects before selecting the final roster for the 2020 World Junior A Challenge.

“This marks the first year Team Canada East will host a summer selection camp, which will help the team staff evaluate and select its roster earlier than previous years and continue to evaluate the players throughout the season,” said Brent Ladds, president of the CJHL. “We are excited to start the evaluation process for Team Canada East next week, and we look forward to watching both Canadian teams compete for a gold medal at the World Junior A Challenge in December.”

Team Canada East will kick off the tournament against Russia on Dec. 7 at 2 p.m. MT when the World Junior A Challenge heads to Dawson Creek for the first time.

Of the 13 gold medal games at the World Junior A Challenge, 10 have featured at least one Canadian team. Team Canada East will look to earn its first gold medal, having won silver five times (2006, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2020) and bronze once (2008).

For more information on the 2020 World Junior A Challenge, please visit HockeyCanada.ca or follow along via social media on Facebook or Twitter.



2020-20 CJHL Top 20 Rankings
As of Nov. 18
RK TEAM (LEAGUE) (PREVIOUS RANKING)
1. Powassan Voodoos (NOJHL) (3)
2. Brooks Bandits (AJHL) (2)
3. College Français Longueuil (LHJAAAQ) (4)
4. Battlefords North Stars (SJHL) (1)
5. Sherwood Park Crusaders (AJHL) (5)
6. Okotoks Oilers (AJHL) (11)
7. Toronto Patriots (OJHL) (6)
8. Carleton Place Canadians (CCHL) (9)
9. Summerside Western Capitals (MHL) (14)
10. Wellington Dukes (OJHL) (10)
11. Coquitlam Express (BCHL) (12)
12. Steinbach Pistons (MJHL) (13)
13. Spruce Grove Saints (AJHL) (HM)
14. Timmins Rock (NOJHL) (8)
15. Braves de Valleyfield (LHJAAAQ) (15)
16. Oakville Blades (OJHL) (20)
17. Penticton Vees (BCHL) (16)
18. Brockville Braves (CCHL) (NR)
19. Thunder Bay North Stars (SIJHL) (7)
20. Salmon Arm Silverbacks (BCHL) (18)

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World Juniors finals gallery: Canada vs. Russia

Members of Team Canada sing the national anthem as they celebrate their gold medal victory over Team Russia at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn

Images of the Gold medal game between Canada and Russia during the 2015 IIHF World Junior Championship.

A fan shows excitement before the Gold medal game between Canada and Russia during the 2015 IIHF World Junior Championship. (Photo by Dennis Pajot/Getty Images)

A fan shows excitement before the Gold medal game between Canada and Russia during the 2015 IIHF World Junior Championship. (Photo by Dennis Pajot/Getty Images)

Fans show off a pair of gold medals before the Gold medal game between Canada and Russia during the 2015 IIHF World Junior Championship. (Photo by Dennis Pajot/Getty Images)

Team Canada’s Anthony Duclair, centre, is congratulated by teammates Max Domi, left, and Shea Theodore after scoring against Team Russia during first period gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette

Team Canada’s Anthony Duclair celebrate his goal against Team Russia next to teammate Darnell Nurse during first period gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette

Canada’s Anthony Duclair celebrates his first period goal against Russia during gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn

Canada’s Anthony Duclair celebrates his first period goal against Russia during gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn


Team Russia’s Ziyat Paigin is checked into the boards by Team Canada’s Curtis Lazar during first period gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette

Team Canada goaltender Zachary Fucale makes a save as Team Russia’s Pavel Buchnevich looks for the rebound makes during first period gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette

Canada’s Connor McDavid slides under Russia’s Vladimir Bryukvin during first period gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn

Team Russia’s Sergei Tolchinski is dumped by Team Canada’s Sam Reinhart during first period gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette

Russia’s Nikolai Goldobin watches the puck as he slides in front of Canada’s goalie Zachary Fucale during first period gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn

Russia’s Pavel Buchnevich tries to get one past puck Canada goalie Zachary Fucale during first period gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn

Zach Fucale of Canada makes a huge save against Pavel Buchnevich of Russia during the Gold medal game of the 2015 IIHF World Junior Championship. (Photo by Dennis Pajot/Getty Images)

Sam Reinhart of Canada fires a shot against Igor Shestyorkin of Russia during the Gold medal game of the 2015 IIHF World Junior Championship. (Photo by Dennis Pajot/Getty Images)

Team Canada’s Sam Reinhart celebrates a goal by teammate Max Domi past Team Russia goaltender Ilya Sorokin during first period gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn

Canada’s Nick Paul celebrates his first period goal against Russia during gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn

Canada’s Connor McDavid celebrates his second period goal on Russia during gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn

Canada’s Zachary Fucale deflects a Russian shot during gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn

Team Canada’s Max Domi, centre, celebrates his goal against Team Russia with teammates Darnell Nurse, left, and Sam Reinhart during second period gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette


Zach Fucale of Canada makes a huge save against Nikolai Goldobin of Russia during the Gold medal game of the 2015 IIHF World Junior Championship. (Photo by Dennis Pajot/Getty Images)

Zach Fucale of Canada makes a huge save against Ivan Fishenko of Russia during the Gold medal game of the 2015 IIHF World Junior Championship. (Photo by Dennis Pajot/Getty Images)

Anthony Duclair of Canada watches his shot go just wide of Igor Shestyorkin of Russia during the Gold medal game of the 2015 IIHF World Junior Championship. (Photo by Dennis Pajot/Getty Images)

Russia forward Nikolai Goldobin, left, and Sergei Tolchinski celebrate a goal past Canada during second period gold medal hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette

Canada’s Zachary Fucale looks at the scoreboard after Russia’s fourth goal of the game during second period gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn

Brayden Point of Team Canada is upended by Vladimir Bryukvin of Team Russia during the Gold medal game in the 2015 IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship. (Photo by Claus Andersen/Getty Images)

Nick Paul of Team Canada is taken out by Dmitri Yudin of Team Russia during the Gold medal game in the 2015 IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship. (Photo by Claus Andersen/Getty Images)

Max Domi of Canada celebrates his goal against Russia during the Gold medal game of the 2015 IIHF World Junior Championship. (Photo by Dennis Pajot/Getty Images)

Team Canada goaltender Zachary Fucale celebrates his team’s gold medal victory over Team Russia at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette

Canada’s Zachary Fucale and Sam Reinhart celebrate Canada’s 5-4 win over Russia during the gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn

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Members of Team Canada gather around goaltender Zachary Fucale to celebrate their gold medal victory over Team Russia at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette

Canadian players celebrate Canada’s 5-4 win over Russia during the gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn


Canadian players celebrate Canada’s 5-4 win over Russia during the gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn

Canada’s Max Domi is grabbed by teammates Nic Petan and Anthony Duclair after being names best forward of the tournament during the gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn

Canada’s Zachary Fucale and Sam Reinhart celebrate Canada’s 5-4 win over Russia during the gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn

Canada captain Curtis Lazar hoists the championship trophy after defeating Russia during third period gold medal hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championships. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette

Canada’s captain Curtis Lazar, left, passes the championship trophy after defeating Russia during third period gold medal hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championships. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette

Canadian players and officials pose with the trophy as they celebrate their 5-4 win over Russia during the gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn

Canada’s Josh Morrissey celebrates Canada’s 5-4 win over Russia during the gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn

Members of Team Canada sing the national anthem as they celebrate their gold medal victory over Team Russia at the IIHF World Junior Championship. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn

Team Canada 2015 World Junior Selection Camp Roster

Photo: Dominika Handzušová

Hockey Canada announced 29 players have been invited to attend Canada’s National Junior Team Sport Chek Selection Camp, beginning Dec. 11 at the MasterCard Centre for Hockey Excellence in Toronto, Ont.

The roster includes two goaltenders, 10 defencemen and 17 forwards. Canada’s final roster for the 2015 IIHF World Junior Championship in Toronto and Montreal will include 22 players, and must be finalized by Dec. 25.

Kingston’s Lawson Crouse joins the injured Connor McDavid as the only NHL Draft eligible players invited to the camp. We mentioned back in our pre-season newsletter that we thought Crouse might be able to earn an invite based on his play at the Ivan Hlinka tourney.


Hockey Canada announces roster for 2020 summer World Junior camp

Team Canada centre Joe Veleno (9) is one of 43 players invited to Canada’s 2020 world juniors summer development camp. (Darryl Dyck/CP)

Hockey Canada has announced the roster of players who will be attending this summer’s National Junior Team development camp.

The camp will run from July 27 to Aug. 4 in Plymouth, MI., and will include exhibition games against Finland, Sweden and the United States.

Canada’s camp roster will feature 43 total players, including five goaltenders, 13 defencemen and 25 forwards. Six of the players were on Canada’s roster for the 2020 tournament and eight of them won gold with Canada’s under-18 team at the 2020 Hlinka Gretzky Cup.

“We’re very pleased with the group that will be brought together in Plymouth,” said Shawn Bullock, director of men’s national teams in a press release. “This is a development opportunity for some of the younger athletes, and it’s a great opportunity for our coaching staff and players to start developing a solid relationship ahead of the World Juniors.”

The 2020 World Juniors are being hosted by Ostrava and Trinec, Czech Republic and begin on Dec. 26.

Canada vs. Russia in World Juniors 2015 gold medal game

WATCH ABOVE: Team Canada captain Curtis Lazar says he was proud of the way the team came back and played “the Canadian way” to bounce back and take the gold

TORONTO – Canada held on to a 5-4 lead over Russia after the second period of Monday night’s gold medal game of the World Juniors at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto.

Connor McDavid and Max Domi led Canada to a 5-1 lead in the second.

The Russians responded with three goals from Ivan Barbashyov, Sergei Tolchinski and Nikolai Goldobin.


In first period action, Anthony Duclair opened the scoring after 23 seconds firing home a pass from Domi past Russian goalie Igor Shestyorkin.

Nick Paul made it 2-0 just two minutes later after he redirected a shot behind Shestyorkin, who was immediately pulled in favour of Ilya Sorokin.

Defenceman Dmitri Yudin countered for Russia to make it 2-1 with a shot from the point that beat Canadian goaltender Zachary Fucale.

Russia advanced to the championship game first with an afternoon game Sunday, defeating Sweden 4-1. Canada advanced late Sunday night after defeating Slovakia 5-1.

Canada has not won gold since 2009 when the team took its fifth straight gold medal. The Canadian team won silver in 2010 and 2011 after losing to the Russians and bronze in 2012. They haven’t medalled since.

Russia, however, won its last gold medal in 2011, silver in 2012 and bronze in 2013 and 2014.

Global News had live coverage of the game in the blog below:

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