2019 World Junior A Challenge

Canada East Selection Camp Roster | 2019 World Junior A Challenge | Hockey Canada

Name S/C Ht. Wt. Born Hometown Club Team
Goaltenders
Tristan Gray L 6’0” 175 02/14/00 Bonavista, N.L. Campbellton (MHL)
Sebastian Labora R 6’0” 175 04/07/01 Oakville, Ont. St. Michael's (OJHL)
Devon Levi L 6’0” 175 12/27/02 Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Que. Carleton Place (CCHL)
Cyrus Martin L 6’0” 183 04/12/01 Elmira, Ont. Rockland (CCHL)
Defence
Dakota Betts L 6’1” 185 08/21/01 Bowmanville, Ont. Whitby (OJHL)
Philippe Caron L 5’8” 170 07/23/00 Timmins, Ont. Timmins (NOJHL)
Philippe Chapleau L 5’8” 165 06/06/00 Longueuil, Que. Longueuil (LHJAAAQ)
Mark Cooper L 5’11” 176 03/01/01 Cambridge, Ont. Carleton Place (CCHL)
Ranvir Gill R 6’1” 181 06/17/03 Ottawa, Ont. Ottawa (CCHL)
Aidan Hilton L 6'4" 190 08/29/01 Ottawa, Ont. Rockland (CCHL)
David Lafrance L 6’1” 160 05/17/01 Orleans, Ont. Rockland (CCHL)
Zachary Leclerc L 6’0” 163 06/19/00 Sainte-Catherine, Que. Chambly (LHJAAAQ)
Connor McCluskey L 5’9” 161 09/25/01 Grand Bay-Westfield, N.B. South Shore (MHL)
Tucker McIntosh L 5’11” 152 05/20/01 Toronto, Ont. Ottawa (CCHL)
Justin Nolet L 5’11” 180 04/16/01 Mississauga, Ont. Toronto Patriots (OJHL)
Michael Palandra R 6’0” 178 01/01/01 Markham, Ont. Brantford (OJHL)
Kobe Seguin L 6’2” 165 05/01/01 Corbeil, Ont. Soo Thunderbirds (NOJHL)
Evan Tanos L 5'11" 177 01/22/01 Richmond Hill, Ont. St. Michael's (OJHL)
Forwards
Zach Alchorn R 6’0” 190 06/27/01 Grand Bay-Westfield, N.B. Fredericton (MHL)
Ryan Alexander L 5'10" 181 06/17/02 Toronto, Ont. St. Michael's (OJHL)
Giordano Biondi L 5'11" 170 08/13/01 Sudbury, Ont. Rayside-Balfour (NOJHL)
Finn Brown R 6'4" 188 06/04/02 Toronto, Ont. St. Michael's (OJHL)
Étienne Caron R 5'6" 141 07/31/01 Val-d'Or, Que. Valleyfield (LHJAAAQ)
Owen Cole L 5'9" 170 01/29/00 Dunnville, Ont. Ottawa (CCHL)
Cole Craft R 6'1" 170 06/29/01 North Bay, Ont. Rockland (CCHL)
Tristan Gourdeau L 5'8" 141 03/19/01 Terrebonne, Que. Saint-Jérôme (LHJAAAQ)
Simon Labelle L 5'9" 140 09/03/02 Ottawa, Ont. Rockland (CCHL)
Ayrton Martino L 5'10" 167 09/28/02 Toronto, Ont. St. Michael's (OJHL)
Alton McDermott R 5'10" 155 06/04/01 Oakville, Ont. Oakville (OJHL)
Brodie McDougall R 6'4" 178 03/10/01 Keswick, Ont. Cobourg (OJHL)
Keegan McMullen L 6'0" 165 03/19/02 Cambridge, Ont. Timmins (NOJHL)
Ryland Mosley L 5'11" 185 02/15/00 Arnprior, Ont. Carleton Place (CCHL)
Cole O'Hara R 5'10" 155 06/20/02 Richmond Hill, Ont. North York (OJHL)
Ryan O'Hara L 5'10" 163 06/18/01 Oakville, Ont. Oakville (OJHL)
Daniel Panetta L 5'10" 170 05/20/01 Belleville, Ont. Wellington (OJHL)
Justin Paul L 5'11" 185 04/10/00 Thunder Bay, Ont. Georgetown (OJHL)
Kyle Petten L 5'10" 170 01/10/01 Coley's Point, N.L. Campbellton (MHL)
Ryan Richardson L 5'11" 154 09/04/01 Stittsville, Ont. Smiths Falls (CCHL)
Derek Seguin L 5'10" 176 04/13/00 South Porcupine, Ont. Timmins (NOJHL)
Joshua Spratt R 5'8" 179 01/29/01 Gananoque, Ont. Brockville (CCHL)
Michael Stegmann L 6'1" 157 05/25/01 Gatineau, Que. Gatineau (LHJAAAQ)
Keanan Stewart L 6'3" 187 04/29/00 Conestogo, Ont. Burlington (OJHL)
Matthew Vermaetan L 5'10" 165 01/04/01 Ottawa, Ont. Rockland (CCHL)
Ben Woodhouse R 5'9" 165 01/18/00 Hamilton, Ont. Wellington (OJHL)
Invited, but unable to participate
Jérémie Hébert (D) L 5'6" 161 11/19/01 Moncton, N.B. Miramichi (MHL)

 

Staff
Director of Operations Mark Grady Halifax, N.S. --
Head Coach Martin Dagenais Embrun, Ont. Ottawa (CCHL)
Assistant Coach Corey Beer Oshawa, Ont. Timmins (NOJHL)
Assistant Coach Greg Leland Quispamsis, N.B. Campbellton (MHL)
Assistant Coach Dan Sauvé Ottawa, Ont. Rockland (CCHL)
Equipment Manager J.J. Johnson Powassan (NOJHL)
Equipment Manager Mark Francisco Centreville, N.S. Valley (MHL)
Athletic Therapist Natalie Figueira Oakville (OJHL)
Videos
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2018 WJAC: CAN-W 3 – CZE 1 (Bronze)
Holloway scored twice to lead the Canadians to the bronze medal.
2018 WJAC: USA 2 – RUS 0 (Gold)
Saville made 25 saves to backstop the U.S. to its eighth WJAC gold.
2018 WJAC: RUS 4 – CZE 1 (Semifinal)
Nikolaev and Gutik scored PPGs in the third to help Russia advance.
2018 WJAC: USA 3 – CAN-W 2 OT (Semifinal)
Ness ended it in overtime to send the Americans to play for gold.
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