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Forwards

Michael Bournival
C
Brett
Connolly

RW
Brendan Gallagher
RW
Freddie Hamilton
C
Quinton Howden
LW
Jonathan Huberdeau
C
Boone
Jenner

C
Tanner
Pearson

LW
Mark
Scheifele

C
Jaden
Schwartz

F
Devante Smith-Pelly
LW
Ryan
Strome

C
Mark
Stone

RW

Defencemen

Nathan
Beaulieu

D
Brandon
Gormley

D
Dougie
Hamilton

D
Scott
Harrington

D
Ryan
Murray

D
Jamie
Oleksiak

D
Mark
Pysyk

D

Goalies

Mark
Visentin

G
Scott
Wedgewood

G

Quinton Howden - LW

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Quinton
Howden

Left Wing
GP G A PTS +/- PIM
20 14 15 29 4 8

2011-12 Team: Moose Jaw Warriors (WHL)
NHL Draft: Florida 2010 (1st round, 25th overall)
Hometown: Oak Bank, MB
Born: January 1, 1992
Height: 6'3Weight: 183Shoots: Left

Player Notes: Won a silver medal with Canada at 2011 World Junior Championship, recording two goals and five points in seven games | Finished in the top 10 in +/- with a plus-6 rating | Twice played for the WHL in the Super Series against Russia (2010,2011) | Attended Canada's National Junior Team development camp in August 2011 | Represented Canada at the 2010 World Under-18 Championship, where he was named a Top 3 Player on his team | Won a gold medal with Canada's National Men's Summer Under-18 team at the 2009 Memorial of Ivan Hlinka tournament.

Jaden Schwartz - F

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Jaden
Schwartz

Forward
GP G A PTS +/- PIM
13 5 13 18 0 6

2011-12 Team: Colorado College (WCHA)
NHL Draft: St. Louis 2010 (1st round, 14th overall)
Hometown: Wilcox, SK
Born: June 25, 1992
Height: 5'10Weight: 193Shoots: Left

Player Notes: Won a silver medal with Canada at 2011 World Junior Championship, recording one goal and three points in two games | Missed Canada's final five games of the tournament with a broken ankle | Attended Canada's National Junior development camp in August 2011 | Led his college team in scoring as a freshman in 2010-11 and was named to the All-Rookie team | Won a gold medal with Canada's National Men's Summer Under-18 team at the 2009 Memorial of Ivan Hlinka tournament.

Jonathan Huberdeau - C

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Jonathan
Huberdeau

Centre
GP G A PTS +/- PIM
13 10 18 28 20 16

2011-12 Team: Saint John Sea Dogs (QMJHL)
NHL Draft: Florida 2011 (1st round, 3rd overall)
Hometown: St-Jerome, QB
Born: June 4, 1993
Height: 6'1Weight: 171Shoots: Left

Player Notes: Broke his foot earlier this season, forcing him to miss 24 games for Saint John | Was selected to play for QMJHL in 2011 Super Series against Russia but missed it due to injury | Attended Canada's National Junior development camp in August 2011 | Led Saint John to Memorial Cup win in 2011-12 and was named MVP of both the Memorial Cup and the QMJHL playoffs |Won a gold medal with Canada at the 2010 Memorial of Ivan Hlinka tournament | Represented Quebec at the 2010 World Under-17 Challenge.

Mark Scheifele - C

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Mark
Scheifele

Centre
GP G A PTS +/- PIM
19 13 23 36 8 16

2011-12 Team: Barrie Colts (OHL)
NHL Draft: Winnipeg 2011 (1st round, 7th overall)
Hometown: Kitchener, ON
Born: March 15, 1993
Height: 6'3Weight: 175Shoots: Right

Player Notes: Played seven games in the NHL with the Winnipeg Jets to start the 2011-12, recording one goal | Played for the OHL in the 2011 Super Series against Russia | Attended Canada's National Junior development camp in August 2011 ... Represented Canada at the 2011 World Under-18 Championship, recording six goals and eight points in seven games and was named a Top 3 Player on his team for the tournament.

Ryan Strome - C

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Ryan
Strome

Centre
GP G A PTS +/- PIM
24 16 17 33 11 34

2011-12 Team: Niagara IceDogs (OHL)
NHL Draft: New York Islanders 2011 (1st round, 5th overall)
Hometown: Mississauga, ON
Born: July 11, 1993
Height: 6'1Weight: 183Shoots: Right

Player Notes: Played for the OHL in the 2011 Super Series against Russia, recording two goals and three points in two games | Attended Canada's National Junior development camp in August 2011 | Named an OHL second team all-star in 2010-11 | Won a silver medal with Ontario at the 2010 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge, recording two goals and three points in six games.

Freddie Hamilton - C

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Freddie
Hamilton

Centre
GP G A PTS +/- PIM
31 15 28 43 3 13

2011-12 Team: Niagara IceDogs (OHL)
NHL Draft: San Jose 2010 (5th round, 129th overall)
Hometown: Toronto, ON
Born: January 1, 1992
Height: 6'0Weight: 185Shoots: Right

Player Notes: Played for the OHL in the 2011 Super Series against Russia, recording a hat trick and finishing plus-4 in one game | Attended Canada's National Junior development camp in August 2011 | Represented Canada at the 2010 World Under-18 Championship, where he was named a Top 3 Player on his team | Won a gold medal with Ontario at the 2009 World Under-17 Challenge | Won the Ivan Tennant Award as top academic high school player in 2008-09.

Michael Bournival - C

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Michael
Bournival

Centre
GP G A PTS +/- PIM
16 15 9 24 4 4

2011-12 Team: Shawinigan Cataractes (QMJHL)
NHL Draft: Colorado 2010 (3rd round, 71st overall)
Hometown: Shawinigan-Sud, QB
Born: May 31, 1992
Height: 6'0Weight: 187Shoots: Left

Player Notes: Rights were traded from Colorado to Montreal in 2010 | The last forward cut on Canada's 2011 World Junior team | Missed 20 games due to injury early in the 2011-12 season | Named to Team QMJHL for the 2011 Super Series against Russia but missed both games due to injury | Played for Team QMJHL in the 2010 Super Series | Attended Canada's National Junior development camp in August 2011 | Represented Canada at the 2010 World Under-18 Championship, where he recorded two goals and three points in six games | Played for Quebec in the 2009 World Under-17 Challenge.

Boone Jenner - C

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Boone
Jenner

Centre
GP G A PTS +/- PIM
27 15 18 33 5 43

2011-12 Team: Oshawa Generals (OHL)
NHL Draft: Columbus 2011 (2nd round, 37th overall)
Hometown: Dorchester, ON
Born: June 15, 1993
Height: 6'1Weight: 193Shoots: Left

Player Notes: Played for Team OHL in the 2011 Super Series against Russia | Attended Canada's National Junior development camp in August 2011 | Named an OHL first-team All-Rookie in 2009-10 | Won a silver medal with Ontario at the 2010 World Under-17 Challenge, recording one goal and four points in six games.

Mark Stone - RW

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Mark
Stone

Right Wing
GP G A PTS +/- PIM
33 27 38 65 21 16

2011-12 Team: Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL)
NHL Draft: Ottawa 2010 (6th round, 178th overall)
Hometown: Winnipeg, MB
Born: May 13, 1992
Height: 6'3Weight: 200Shoots: Right

Player Notes: Played for Team WHL in the 2011 Super Series against Russia | Led the WHL in points with 65 in 33 games heading into selection camp | Attended Canada's National Junior development camp in August 2011 | Third in league scoring with 106 points in 2010-11 | Named a WHL first-team all-star in 2010-11.

Brendan Gallagher - RW

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Brendan
Gallagher

Right Wing
GP G A PTS +/- PIM
28 24 22 46 12 39

2011-12 Team: Vancouver Giants (WHL)
NHL Draft: Montreal 2010 (5th round, 147th overall)
Hometown: Delta, BC
Born: May 6, 1992
Height: 5'8Weight: 170Shoots: Right

Player Notes: Played for Team WHL in the 2011 Super Series against Russia | Attended Canada's National Junior development camp in August 2011 | Named a WHL first-team all-star in 2010-11 | Won a silver medal with Canada Pacific in the 2009 World Under-17 Challenge, recording two goals and five points in six games.

Tanner Pearson - LW

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Tanner
Pearson

Left Wing
GP G A PTS +/- PIM
30 26 40 66 15 27

2011-12 Team: Barrie Colts (OHL)
NHL Draft: Draft Eligible 2012
Hometown: Kitchener, ON
Born: August 10, 1992
Height: 6'0Weight: 192Shoots: Left

Player Notes: Led the OHL and CHL in scoring with 66 points in 30 games heading into selection camp | Played for Team OHL in the 2011 Super Series against Russia, recording one goal in each game.

Devante Smith-Pelly - LW

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Devante
Smith-Pelly

Left Wing
GP G A PTS +/- PIM
26 3 2 5 -10 10

2011-12 Team: Anaheim Ducks (NHL)
NHL Draft: Anaheim 2010 (2nd round, 42nd overall)
Hometown: Scarborough, ON
Born: June 14, 1992
Height: 5'11Weight: 211Shoots: Right

Player Notes: Spent the start of the 2011-12 season with Anaheim of the NHL before being loaned to Team Canada for the World Junior Hockey Championship | Attended Canada's National Junior development camp in August 2011 | Played in the Memorial Cup with Mississauga and was named to the Memorial Cup All-Star team in 2010-11 | Led the OHL in playoff goals with 15 in 2010-11 | Was named to the OHL All-Star team in 2009-10 | Won a gold medal with Ontario at the 2009 World Under-17 Challenge, recording three assists in six games.

Dougie Hamilton - D

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Dougie
Hamilton

Defenceman
GP G A PTS +/- PIM
30 12 33 45 9 26

2011-12 Team: Niagara IceDogs (OHL)
NHL Draft: Boston 2011 (1st round, 9th overall)
Hometown: Toronto, ON
Born: June 17, 1993
Height: 6'4Weight: 193Shoots: Right

Player Notes: Twice played for Team OHL in the Super Series against Russia (2010, 2011), recording three assists in two games in 2011 | Attended Canada's National Junior development camp in August 2011 | Named the OHL and CHL Scholastic Player of the Year in 2010-11 | Twice named an OHL second team all-star (2009-10, 2010-11) | Won a silver medal with Ontario at the 2010 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge | Won the Ivan Tennant Award as top academic high school player in 2009-10.

Ryan Murray - D

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Ryan
Murray

Defenceman
GP G A PTS +/- PIM
11 3 4 7 -5 15

2011-12 Team: Everett Silvertips (WHL)
NHL Draft: Draft Eligible 2012
Hometown: White City, SK
Born: September 27, 1993
Height: 6'0Weight: 185Shoots: Left

Player Notes: Missed 20 games for Everett with an ankle sprain | Named to Team WHL for the 2011 Super Series against Russia but missed it due to injury | Attended Canada's National Junior development camp in August 2011 | Twice represented Canada in the World Under-18 Championship (2010, 2011) and recorded three goals and 10 points in 2011 | Named a Top 3 Player on his team each year in the tournament | Represented Canada western in the 2010 World Under-17 Challenge, recording one assist in five games.

Brandon Gormley - D

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Brandon
Gormley

Defenceman
GP G A PTS +/- PIM
26 10 17 27 -9 18

2011-12 Team: Moncton Wildcats (QMJHL)
NHL Draft: Phoenix 2010 (1st round, 13th overall)
Hometown: Murray River, PEI
Born: February 18, 1992
Height: 6'2Weight: 190Shoots: Left

Player Notes: Played four games with San Antonio of the AHL in 2010-11, recording one goal | Missed last year's World Junior Championship with a knee injury | Captained Team QMJHL in the 2011 Super Series against Russia, his fourth time playing in the series | Attended Canada's National Junior development camp in August 2011 | Named a QMJHL second team all-star in 2010-11 | Won the QMJHL Championship with Moncton in 2009-10 and advanced to the Memorial Cup | Awarded the Mike Bossy Trophy for QMJHL Best Professional Prospect and named a QMJHL second team all-star in 2009-10

Jamie Oleksiak - D

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Jamie
Oleksiak

Defence
GP G A PTS +/- PIM
29 6 4 10 -1 24

2011-12 Team: Saginaw Spirit (OHL)
NHL Draft: Dallas 2011 (1st round, 14th overall)
Hometown: Toronto, ON
Born: December 21, 1992
Height: 6'7Weight: 240Shoots: Left

Player Notes: Played for Team OHL in the 2011 Super Series against Russia | Attended Canada's National Junior development camp in August 2011 | Played one season at Northeastern University of the NCAA before moving to Saginaw of the OHL.

Nathan Beaulieu - D

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Nathan
Beaulieu

Defence
GP G A PTS +/- PIM
30 8 18 26 20 57

2011-12 Team: Saint John Sea Dogs (QMJHL)
NHL Draft: Montreal 2011 (1st round, 17th overall)
Hometown: Strathroy, ON
Born: December 5, 1992
Height: 6'3Weight: 191Shoots: Left

Player Notes: Played for Team QMJHL in the 2011 Super Series against Russia | Attended Canada's National Junior development camp in August 2011 | Won the QMJHL and Memorial Cup as a member of the Saint John Sea Dogs in 2010-11 | Was named to the Memorial Cup All-Star team in 2010-11 | Played for Canada Atlantic in the 2009 World Under-17 Challenge.

Scott Harrington - D

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Scott
Harrington

Defence
GP G A PTS +/- PIM
26 2 14 16 20 22

2011-12 Team: London Knights (OHL)
NHL Draft: Pittsburgh 2011 (2nd round, 54th overall)
Hometown: Kingston, ON
Born: March 10, 1993
Height: 6'1Weight: 203Shoots: Left

Player Notes: Played for Team OHL in the 2011 Super Series against Russia | Attended Canada's National Junior development camp in August 2011 | Represented Canada at the 2011 World Under-18 Championship | Won a silver medal with Ontario at the 2010 World Under-17 Challenge, recording three assists | Named a tournament all-star at the Under-17 Challenge | Named an OHL first-team All-Rookie in 2010-11.

Mark Pysyk - D

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Mark
Pysyk

Defence
GP G A PTS +/- PIM
25 2 16 18 6 47

2011-12 Team: Edmonton Oil Kings (WHL)
NHL Draft: Buffalo 2010 (1st round, 23rd overall)
Hometown: Sherwood Park, AB
Born: January 11, 1992
Height: 6'1Weight: 188Shoots: Right

Player Notes: Selected to represent Team WHL in the 2011 Super Series against Russia, but missed both games due to injury | Played for Team WHL in the 2010 Super Series against Russia | Attended Canada's National Junior development camp in August 2011 | Won gold at the 2009 Ivan Hlinka tournament | Won a silver medal as captain with Canada Pacific at the 2009 World Under-17 Challenge, recording one goal and four points in six games.

Brett Connolly - RW

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Brett
Connolly

Right Wing
GP G A PTS +/- PIM
28 4 4 8 -2 12

2011-12 Team: Tampa Bay Lightning (NHL)
NHL Draft: Tampa Bay 2010 (1st round, sixth overall)
Hometown: Prince George, BC
Born: May 2, 1992
Height: 6'2Weight: 203Shoots: Right

Player Notes: Spent the entire 2011-12 season with Tampa Bay of the NHL before being loaned to Team Canada for the World Junior Hockey Championship | Won a silver medal with Canada at last year's World Junior Hockey Championship, recording three assists in seven games | Attended Canada's National Junior development camp in August 2011 | Represented Canada at the 2009 and 2010 Under-18 World Championship, recording four goals and seven points in 10 games | Won a silver medal with Canada Pacific at the 2009 World Under-17 Challenge, recording three goals and eight points in six games

Mark Visentin - G

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Mark
Visentin

Goalie
GP GAA SV% W L SO
21 2.82 .899 11 7 4

2011-12 Team: Niagara IceDogs (OHL)
NHL Draft: Phoenix 2010 (1st round, 27th overall)
Hometown: Waterdown, ON
Born: August 7, 1992
Height: 6'2Weight: 201Shoots: Left

Player Notes: Backstopped Canada to silver medal at 2011 World Junior Championship, starting four games including the quarterfinal, semifinal, and gold medal game | .923 SV% was fourth among goalies in tournament and 2.01 GAA ranked third | Played for the OHL in the 2011 Super Series against Russia | Attended Canada's National Junior Team development camp in August 2011 | Named OHL Goaltender of the Year and first team All-Star in 2010-11 | Won a gold medal with Ontario at the 2009 World Under-17 Challenge.

Scott Wedgewood - G

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Scott
Wedgewood

Goalie
GP GAA SV% W L SO
21 3.08 .904 13 5 2

2011-12 Team: Plymouth Whalers (OHL)
NHL Draft: New Jersey 2010 (3rd round, 84th overall)
Hometown: Brampton, ON
Born: August 14, 1992
Height: 6'0Weight: 192Shoots: Right

Player Notes: Played for Team OHL in the 2011 Super Series against Russia, stopping all 12 shots in his 30 minutes of action | Attended Canada's National Junior development camp in August 2011.



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