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Canada invites 32 players to Junior Team selection camp

07 December 2017

Ang will compete for a spot on Canada's final 23-man roster, which will head to Buffalo on Boxing Day for the start of the World Junior tournament.

Canada's National Junior Team Sport Chek Selection Camp will be held at the Meridian Centre, the home of the Ontario Hockey League's Niagara Ice Dogs, and feature a trio of games - two against a U SPORTS team on December 13 and 14, and a game against Denmark on December 15.

Makar, who is now playing in the NCAA for the University of MA, was selected fourth overall by the Colorado Avalanche in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft. "With a talent pool as deep as we have in this country, we believe the 22 players eventually selected from camp will give us the best chance at bringing home a gold medal".

The camp begins Tuesday and will continue until December 15.

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Canada West also has returning faces in their lineup, including Riese Gaber of the Steinbach Pistons, Kyle Johnson of the Prince George Spruce Kings, Carter Turnbull of the Powell River Kings and Jonny Tychonick of the Penticton Vees. 5 in Buffalo, N.Y.

Hockey Canada held a news conference today in Calgary to announce the 32 players (18 forwards, 10 defencemen and four goalies) that were invited to camp. Following the selection camp, Canada will pick the final group of 22 players.

Cholowski spent parts of three junior A seasons in Chilliwack, from 2013-16, collecting 16 goals and 51 points in 106 regular season games.

Both Canada East and West will hit the ice Sunday, Dec. 10, with Canada West playing Czech Republic at 3:30 p.m. and Canada East playing Russian Federation at 7:30 the Rath-Eastlink Community Centre.

Canada invites 32 players to Junior Team selection camp