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Hockey Canada Announces Roster Adjustments for National Junior Team Development Camp and National Summer Under-18 Team Selection Camp
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July 21, 2006
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CALGARY, AB – Hockey Canada, in collaboration with the Canadian Hockey League, announced on Friday a total of five roster adjustments for the National Junior Team Development Camp (July 23-28, 2006) and the National Summer Under-18 Team Selection Camp (July 28-) to be held at the Father David Bauer Arena in Calgary.

NATIONAL JUNIOR TEAM DEVELOPMENT CAMP ROSTER ADJUSTMENTS

PLAYER ADDITIONS

Tyler Plante          Goaltender   Brandon, MB   Brandon, WHL     FLA ’05 (2, 32)

Ryan Russell         Forward       Caroline, AB   Kootenay, WHL    NYR ’05 (7, 211)

UNABLE TO ATTEND DUE TO INJURY

Devin Setoguchi    Forward        Taber, AB      Saskatoon, WHL  SJ ’05 (1, 8)

NOTE - Forward Ben Maxwell (North Vancouver, BC/Kootenay, WHL) was first designated to replace the injured Setoguchi (leg) but, due to a foot injury, was unable to accept this invitation.  Hockey Canada’s Head Scout Jim Hammett then named Ryan Russell (Caroline, AB/ Kootenay, BC) to attend the National Junior Team Development Camp.

Canada’s National Junior Team Development Camp will include 45 players, including five (5) goaltenders, 16 defencemen and 24 forwards.  The Camp will run from July 23-28, 2006 at the Father David Bauer Arena in Calgary, AB.

PLAYER ADDITION

Travis Ehrhardt       Defenceman      Calgary, AB      Moose Jaw, WHL    2007 NHL Draft

UNABLE TO ATTEND DUE TO INJURY

Brendan Smith       Defenceman       Mimico, ON      St. Michael’s, OPJHL    2007 NHL Draft

Canada’s National Summer Under-18 Selection Camp includes 44 players, including four (4) goaltenders, 16 defencemen and 24 forwards. The Camp will run from July 28- at the Father David Bauer Arena.  At the conclusion of the camp, the coaching staff under Head Coach Cory Clouston, along with Hockey Canada Head Scout, Men’s National Teams, Jim Hammett will select 22 players to represent Canada at the 2006 Junior World Cup (Ivan Hlinka Memorial Cup) in Slovakia/Czech Republic from August 8-12.

For more information on Hockey Canada’s Program of Excellence,  the National Junior Team Program and the National Under-18 Program, visit Hockey Canada’s official website at www.hockeycanada.ca.


For more information:

André Brin
Director, Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4557
abrin@hockeycanada.ca

Francis Dupont
Manager, Media Relations/Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4564
fdupont@hockeycanada.ca

Jason LaRose
Manager, Content Services
Hockey Canada
403-777-4553
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Coordinator, Communications
Hockey Canada
403-284-6427
klipscombe@hockeycanada.ca

Keegan Goodrich
Coordinator, Media
Hockey Canada
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