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Corey Perry, Matt Dumba and Derick Brassard will join the Canadian contingent at worlds in Russia.
Three golden returnees anchor Canada’s first group announced for the 2016 IIHF World Championship.
Bill Peters will lead Team Canada behind the bench at the IIHF World Championship in Russia.
George McPhee and Brad Treliving will lead Team Canada in Russia.
The group includes 19 Olympic gold medals and 15 Stanley Cup championships.
A 4-3 victory over HC Lugano gave Canada its 13th tournament title since 1984.
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