Hockey Canada has officially added Brayden Schenn to its world junior team selection-camp roster.
The move was expected after Schenn was returned to his junior team, the Brandon Wheat Kings, by the Los Angeles Kings.
The 19-year-old had two assists in eight games for the Kings this season, but last played on Oct. 30.
Schenn played for Canada at the world junior hockey championship last year when the team won silver, recording two goals and six assists.
Schenn will be the fourth player in camp that has world junior experience, joining Ryan Ellis, Calvin de Haan, and Jared Cowen.
The selection camp takes place from December 12-15 at the MasterCard Centre in Toronto.
Canada will be looking to win its sixth gold medal in seven years, with the tournament set to begin in Buffalo on Boxing Day. You can see all of Canada's games on TSN, including the opener against Russia on Dec. 26 at 4pm et/1pm pt.
Canada won silver last year in Saskatoon after an overtime loss to the U.S. in the gold-medal game.