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World Under 17 Hockey Challenge

06/11/2014, 8:00am EDT
By OMHA

16 OMHA Players Selected Invited to U-17 Development Camp

Hockey Canada, in partnership with the Canadian Hockey League (CHL), announced Tuesday the 96 skaters who have been invited to attend Canada’s national under-17 development camp, July 29 to August  4 in Calgary. Sixteen of the players selected are recent graduates of the Ontario Minor Hockey Association.

Below are the names of those selected and their respective OMHA Minor Midget AAA team.

Goalies:

Stephen Dhillon – Buffalo Regals
Olivier Lafreniere – York Simcoe Express
Jake Lawr – Halton Hurricanes
Dylan Wells – Niagara North Stars

Defensemen:

Sam Dunn – Central Ontario Wolves
Tyler Nother – Halton Hurricanes
Jake O’Donnell – Clarington
Matthew Timms – Hamilton

Forwards:

Jonathan Ang – Markham Waxers
Connor Bunnaman – Guelph Jr. Gryphons
Nicholas Caamano - Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs
Jonah Gadjovich – Whitby Wildcats
Matthew Hotchkiss – Whitby Wildcats
Cameron Morrison – York Simcoe Express
Brandon Saigeon – Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs

NATIONAL UNDER-17 DEVELOPMENT CAMP ROSTER

UNDER-17 GOALTENDERS ATTENDING THE HOCKEY CANADA PROGRAM OF EXCELLENCE GOALTENDING CAMP

The development camp will serve as part of Canada’s new under-17 structure, focusing on player development. Scouts will continue to watch these players, along with other 1998-born players across the country, and 66 will be selected to represent Canada at the 2014 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge, which is scheduled for Oct. 31 to Nov. 8 in a yet-to-be-determined location. The tournament will be the first to feature three Canadian national teams (Black, Red and White). From 1986 to 2014, Canada was represented by five regional teams: Atlantic, Ontario, Pacific, Quebec and West.

The 2014 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge will bring together the top players in the world born in 1998 or later. The under-17 program is the first step in Hockey Canada’s Program of Excellence. Many players who compete at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge go on to represent Canada with the National Men’s Under-18 Team, National Junior Team and National Men’s Team.

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