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Four netminders, 17 defencemen and 24 forwards make up the 45-players invited to the Canadian junior hockey team's summer camp, August 5-10 in Saskatoon. The following is a glance at the invitees and how they break down. Players in bold are returnees from last year's national junior team. Stats are from the 2008-09 CHL or NCAA season, but figures in parantheses () indicate stats from last year's world junior hockey championship. Injured players not expected to skate are indicated with (inj.) next to their names.

* - Not attending camp in accordance with National Junior Team policy, which allows for two-time members of the National Junior Team to forego camp and remain eligible for IIHF World Junior Championship.

** - Joined camp late as an injury replacement.

Follow the team's progress in TSN's Junior Camp Stock Watch feature. Ryan Rishaug and John Lu are in Saskatoon and will be filing daily updates from camp!


Goaltenders

Player 2008-09 Team Pro Status GP GAA SV%
Jake Allen Montreal (QMJHL) STL '08 61 2.86 0.911
Olivier Roy Cape Breton (QMJHL) EDM '09 54 2.80 0.906
Matt Hackett Plymouth (OHL) MIN '09 55 3.04 0.913
Martin Jones Calgary (WHL) LOS '08 55 2.08 0.915

Defencemen

Player 2008-09 Team Pro Status Goals Assists Points
Ryan Ellis Windsor (OHL) NSH '09 22 (3) 67 (4) 89 (7)
Tyler Myers Kelowna (WHL) BUF '08 9 (1) 33 (0) 42 (1)
Alex Pietrangelo Niagara (OHL) STL '08 8 (1) 21 (2) 29 (3)
Colten Teubert Regina (WHL) LOS '08 12 (0) 25 (0) 37 (0)
T.J. Brodie Saginaw (OHL) CGY '08 15 44 59
Matt Clark Brampton (OHL) 2010 3 25 28
Jared Cowen (inj.) Spokane (WHL) OTT '09 8 17 25
Tyler Cuma Ottawa (OHL) MIN '08 1 8 9
Calvin de Haan Oshawa (OHL) NYI '09 8 55 63
Cameron Gaunce Mississauga (OHL) COL '08 21 53 74
Travis Hamonic Moose Jaw (WHL) NYI '08 13 27 40
Shawn Lalonde Belleville (OHL) CHI '08 22 43 65
Dylan Olsen Camrose (AJHL) CHI '09 10 19 29
Colby Robak Brandon (WHL) FLA '08 19 37 56
Charles-Olivier Roussel Shawinigan (QMJHL) NSH '09 16 46 62
Marco Scandella Val d'Or (QMJHL) MIN '08 10 27 37
Patrick Wiercioch Denver (WCHA) OTT '08 12 23 35

Forwards

Player 2008-09 Team Pro Status Goals Assists Points
Patrice Cormier Rimouski (QMJHL) NJ '08 23 (1) 28 (2) 51 (3)
Stefan Della Rovere (inj.) Barrie (OHL) WAS '08 27 (1) 24 (1) 51 (2)
Jordan Eberle Regina (WHL) EDM '08 35 (6) 39 (7) 74 (13)
Cody Hodgson Brampton (OHL) VAN '08 43 (5) 49 (11) 92 (16)
Evander Kane Vancouver (WHL) ATL '09 55 (2) 56 (4) 111 (6)
John Tavares * London (OHL) NYI '09 58 (8) 46 (7) 104 (15)
Luke Adam Montreal (QMJHL) BUF '08 22 27 49
Gabriel Bourque Baie Comeau (QMJHL) NSH '09 22 41 63
Josh Brittain Barrie (OHL) ANA '08 33 22 55
Jordan Caron Rimouski (QMJHL) BOS '09 42 36 78
Joe Colborne Denver (WCHA) BOS '08 10 21 31
Philippe Cornet Rimouski (QMJHL) EDM '08 33 59 92
Matt Duchene Brampton (OHL) COL '09 45 60 105
Cody Eakin Swift Current (WHL) WAS '09 24 24 48
Scott Glennie Brandon (WHL) DAL '09 31 57 88
Taylor Hall Windsor (OHL) 2010 54 72 126
Adam Henrique Windsor (OHL) NJ '08 38 42 80
Nazem Kadri London (OHL) TOR '09 34 65 99
Zack Kassian Peterborough (OHL) BUF '09 24 41 65
Brandon Kozun Calgary (WHL) LOS '09 47 80 127
Louis Leblanc Omaha (USHL) MTL '09 30 32 62
Brandon McMillan Kelowna (WHL) ANA '08 14 40 54
Greg Nemisz Windsor (OHL) CGY '08 44 53 97
Eric O'Dell ** Sudbury (OHL) ANA '08 - Now ATL 33 30 63
Ryan O'Reilly Erie (OHL) COL '09 16 55 71
Brayden Schenn Brandon (WHL) LOS '09 40 66 106
Kelsey Tessier Quebec (QMJHL) COL '08 34 37 71


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