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Soon, it'll be that time of year again when the best junior players in the world will participate in the 2013 WJHC,  to be played in Ufa, Russia.

From Dec. 11 to Dec. 19, Hockey Canada will be selecting players from a list of all the participants currently set for training camp.  Here are the 37 invitees:

Jordan Binnington
Laurent Brossoit
Malcolm Subban
Jake Paterson

Frank Corrado
Matthew Dumba
Dougie Hamilton
Scott Harrington
Ryan Murphy
Xavier Ouellet
Adam Pelech
Derrick Pouliot
Griffin Reinhart
Morgan Rielly
Ryan Sproule
Tyler Wotherspoon

Francis Beauvillier
Anthony Camara
Daniel Catenacci
Phillip Danault
Jonathan Drouin
Tyler Graovac
Jonathan Huberdeau
Charles Hudon
Boone Jenner
J.C. Lipon
Nathan MacKinnon
Mark McNeill
Sean Monahan
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins
Ty Rattie
Brett Ritchie
Mark Scheifele
Hunter Shinkaruk
Colton Sissons
Ryan Strome
Tom Wilson

Source: THN

Disappointed Percy was left off that list.

Team USA  WJHC training camp invitees: 27 players

John Gibson
Jon Gillies
Garret Sparks

Shane Gostisbehere
Matt Grzelcyk
Seth Jones
Jake McCane
Connor Murphy
Mike Reilly
Patrick Sieloff
Brady Skjei
Jacob Trouba

Cole Bardreau
Riley Barber
Tyler Biggs
Alex Galchenyuk
John Gaudreau
Rocco Grimaldi
Ryan Hartman
Sean Kuraly
Mario Lucia
Stefan Matteau
J.T. Miller
Stefan Noesen
Blake Pietila
Vince Trocheck
Jim Vesey

Source: THN

The U.S. must be hurting for goalies if Sparks got an invite.


--- Quote from: WhatIfGodWasALeaf on December 04, 2012, 05:30:21 PM ---The U.S. must be hurting for goalies if Sparks got an invite.

--- End quote ---

He has a record of 15 wins and 7 losses(plus 3 shootout losses) with a GAA of 2.87 and a SV% of .916.

The GAA leaves something to be desired but isn't that horrible in the OHL. Good enough for 5th in wins, 9th in the league in GAA and 6th in SV%.


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