The camp will take place from July 24 to August 31. 3 at USA Hockey Arena in Plymouth, Michigan. It will include five goalkeepers, 20 defenders and 35 forwards.
WJC 2022 will take place August 9-20 in Edmonton. The tournament was originally scheduled for December 26 to January 26. 5 but was postponed on December 29 due to concerns surrounding the coronavirus. Non-camp players who took part in WJC 2022 will be eligible to play when the tournament returns, whether or not they have reached the age of 20.
WJC 2023 is scheduled from December 26, 2022 to January 1. 5, 2023, in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and Moncton, New Brunswick.
Cooley (5-foot-10, 180 pounds), a center for the USA Hockey National Team Development Program under-18 team, is number 2 in Final Ranking of North American Skaters from NHL Central Scouting for the 2022 draft. He finished second in the NTDP with 75 points (27 goals, 48 assists) in 51 games. He had 10 points (three goals, seven assists) and 23 shots in six games to help the United States finish second at the 2022 IIHF World Under-18 Championship.
“He’s very hard to contain, very hard to limit, and he’s got this brain that processes the game very quickly,” NHL Central Scouting senior director David Gregory said.
Gauthier (6-2, 200), an NTDP left-winger, is No. 3 in Central Scouting’s final North American skater rankings. He finished second in the NTDP with 34 goals and fifth with 65 points in 54 games. He also had nine points (three goals, six assists) and 30 shots on goal in six games for the United States at the U-18 World Cup.
“He’s been very consistent all year as a point producer,” Gregory said, “and his game has really evolved so he can play in all situations so he can kill a penalty for you because “He’s got good reach, good positional play without the puck.”
Also present will be the right wings of the NTDP Jimmy Snuggerud (#11) and Rutger McGroarty (No. 22), Northeast University Center Jack Hughes (#26) and NTDP Defenders Ryan Chesley (#18) and Lane Hutson (#25).
NTDP Guardians Dylan Silverstein#3 on Central Scouting’s final ranking of north american goaliesand Tyler Muszelik (N°4) everyone is expected at the camp.
The repechage will take place at the Bell Center in Montreal on July 7 and 8.
Among the other guests at the camp, five players were selected in the first round of the 2021 NHL Draft: defenseman Luc Hughes (No. 4, New Jersey Devils) and forwards Tyler Boucher (No. 10, Ottawa Senators), Matt Coronato (No. 13, Calgary Flames), Chaz Lucius (No. 18, Winnipeg Jets) and Mackie Samoskevich (No. 24, Florida Panthers).
A player eligible for the 2023 NHL Draft is also expected to be on hand: NTDP U-18 forward Charlie Stramel.
Ten teams will participate in WJC 2022: USA, Sweden, Germany, Switzerland and Austria will play in Group A; Canada, Finland, Czechia, Slovakia and Latvia will play in Group B.
Latvia was added to replace Russia, which was banned from international play due to its invasion of Ukraine.
U-20 HOCKEY SUMMER CAMP IN USA
KEEPERS: Owen Flores, London, OHL (2022 draft eligible); Braden HoltEverett, WHL (2022 draft eligible); Kaiden Mbereko, Lincoln, USHL (eligible for the 2022 draft); Tyler Muszelik, USA U-18, NTDP (2022 draft eligible); Dylan Silverstein USA U-18, NTDP (2022 draft eligible)
DEFENDERS: Sean BehrenDenver, NCAA (Colorado Avalanche); Shai BuumDenver, NCAA (Detroit Red Wings); Seamus Casey, USA U-18, NTDP (2022 draft eligible); Ryan Chesley, USA U-18, NTDP (2022 draft eligible); Brock FaberMinnesota, NCAA (Los Angeles Kings); Ty GallagherBoston University, NCAA (Boston Bruins); Aidan Hreschuk, Boston College, NCAA (Columbus Blue Jackets); Luke Hughes, Michigan, NCAA (New Jersey Devils); Lane Hutson, USA U-18, NTDP (2022 draft eligible); Brent JohnsonNorth Dakota, NCAA (Washington Capitals); Wyatt KaiserMinnesota-Duluth, NCAA (Chicago Blackhawks); Connor KelleyMinnesota-Duluth, NCAA (Chicago Blackhawks); Tyler KleinNorth Dakota, NCAA (Ottawa Senators); Luc MittelstadtMadison, USHL (eligible for the 2022 draft); Ian MooreHarvard, NCAA (Anaheim Ducks); Scott MorrowMassachusetts, NCAA (Carolina Hurricanes); Ty MurchisonArizona State, NCAA (Philadelphia Flyers); jack peartSt. Louis Cloud State, NCAA (Minnesota Wild); Romain SchmidtKitchener, OHL (Tampa Bay Lightning); Ryan UfkoMassachusetts, NCAA (Nashville Predators)
ATTACKERS: Brett BerardProvidence, NCAA (New York Rangers); Blake BiondiMinnesota-Duluth, NCAA (Montreal Canadiens); Jackson BlakeChicago, USHL (Carolina Hurricanes); Thomas Bordeleau, Michigan, NCAA (San Jose Sharks); Tyler Boucher, Ottawa, OHL (Ottawa Senators); Kenny Connors, Dubuque, USHL (2022 draft eligible); Logan Cooley, USA U-18, NTDP (2022 draft eligible); Matt Coronato, Harvard, NCAA (Calgary Flames); Jack DevinDenver, NCAA (2022 draft eligible); Tanner Dickinson, Sault Ste. Marie, OHL (St. Louis Blues); Josh DoanArizona State, NCAA (Arizona Coyotes); Dylan DukeMichigan, NCAA (Tampa Bay Lightning); Riley Duran, Providence, NCAA (Boston Bruins); Cutter Gauthier, USA U-18, NTDP (2022 draft eligible); isaac howard, USA U-18, NTDP (2022 draft eligible); Jack Hughes, Northeast, NCAA (2022 draft eligible); Dominic James, Minnesota-Duluth, NCAA (2022 draft eligible); Justin JanickeNotre Dame, NCAA (Seattle Kraken); Matthew KniesMinnesota, NCAA (Toronto Maple Leafs); Connor KurtDubuque, USHL (eligible for the 2022 draft); Samuel Lipkins, Chicago, USHL (Arizona Coyotes); Chaz Lucius, Minnesota, NCAA (Winnipeg Jets); Cameron LundGreen Bay, USHL (eligible for the 2022 draft); Carter Mazur, Denver, NCAA (Detroit Red Wings); Rutger McGroarty, USA U-18, NTDP (2022 draft eligible): Hunter McKown, Colorado, NCAA (2022 draft eligible); Owen McLaughlinSioux City, USHL (Philadelphia Flyers); Frank NazarUnited States U-18, NTDP (2022 draft eligible); Sasha Pastukov, Guelph, OHL (Anaheim Ducks); Mackie Samoskevich, Michigan, NCAA (Florida Panthers); Redmond SavageMiami, NCAA (Detroit Red Wing); Landon Slaggert, Notre Dame, NCAA (Chicago Blackhawks); Jimmy Snuggerud, USA U-18, NTDP (2022 draft eligible); Charlie Stramel, USA U-18, NTDP (2023 draft eligible); Ty SeesSarnia, OHL (Toronto Maple Leafs)
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