U17 World Challenge Rosters?

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  1. HabLover

    HabLover Registered User

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    Who has the rosters?

    Have all the provinces/countries named their teams yet?

    Who will the favs be?

    Will Canada sweep everything again this year?

    What players should I be looking out for? I may be in Regina for the tourney.
     
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    Here the rosters for the Canadian teams, as far as they have been announced:

    Team Pacific

    Goaltenders
    Scott Orth (Cranbrook) Kimberley Dynamiters - KIJHL
    Tyson Sexsmith (Priddis) Vancouver Giants - WHL

    Defencemen
    Eric Doyle (Calgary) Everett Silvertips - WHL
    Travis Ehrhardt (Calgary) Moose Jaw Warriors - WHL
    Thomas Hickey (Calgary) Seattle Thunderbirds - WHL
    Ryan Kerr (Lions Bay) Prince George Cougars - WHL
    John Negrin (West Vancouver) Kootenay Ice - WHL
    Justin Palazzo (Kamloops) Prince Albert Raiders - WHL
    Nicholas Ross (Lethbridge) Regina Pats - WHL

    Forwards
    Lucas Bloodoff (Castlegar) Trail Smokeaters - BCHL
    Zach Boychuk (Airdrie) Lethbridge Hurricanes - WHL
    Tyler Ennis (Edmonton) Medicine Hat Tigers - WHL
    Colton Gillies (Surrey) Saskatoon Blades - WHL
    Colton Grant (Standard) Camrose Kodiaks - AJHL
    Matthew Hallick (Medicine Hat) Brandon Wheat Kings - WHL
    Riley Nash (Kamloops) Thompson Blazers - Midget AAA
    Prab Rai (Surrey) Prince Albert Raiders - WHL
    Colton Sceviour (Red Deer) Portland Winterhawks - WHL
    Brett Sonne (Maple Ridge) Calgary Hitmen - WHL
    Brandon Sutter (Red Deer) Red Deer Rebels - WHL
    Dustin Sylvester (Kelowna) Kootenay Ice - WHL
    Kyle Turris (New Westminster) Burnaby Express - BCHL


    Team Western

    Goaltenders
    David Aime, Thrashers - Prov. Midget AAA
    Ryan Holfeld, Tisdale Trojans - Prov. Midget AAA

    Defencemen
    Jeremy Schappert, Seattle Thunderbirds - WHL
    Matt Delahey, Moose Jaw Warriors - Prov. Midget AAA
    Alex Plante, Calgary Hitmen - WHL
    Luke Schenn, Kelowna Rockets - WHL
    Keith Aulie, Brandon Wheat Kings - WHL
    Brett Plouffe, Winnipeg Wild - Prov. Midget AAA

    Forwards
    Mike Proudley, Neepawa Natives - MJHL
    Joel Broda, Tri-City Americans - WHL
    Derek Hulak, Sask. Contacts - Prov. Midget AAA
    Bryce Lamb, Southwest Cougars - Midget AAA
    Nathan Green, Winnipeg Wild - Prov. Midget AAA
    Ryan Funk, Saskatoon Blades - WHL
    Joshua Schappert, Seattle Thunderbirds - WHL
    Jay Fehr, Hawks - Prov. Midget AAA
    Jason Gregoire, South Winnipeg Blues - MJHL
    David Richard, Seattle Thunderbirds - WHL
    Dustin Cameron, Sask. Contacts - Prov. Midget AAA
    Dwight King, Lethbridge Hurricanes - WHL
    Brett Breitkreuz, Yorkton Harvest - Prov. Midget AAA
    Brett Leffler, Regina Pats - WHL


    Team Ontario

    Goaltenders
    Trevor Cann, Peterborough Petes - OHL
    Daryl Borden, Kingston Frontenacs - OHL

    Defencemen
    Drew Doughty, Guelph Storm - OHL
    Cody Goloubef, Milton Icehawks - OPJHL
    Mark Katic, Sarnia Sting - OHL
    Blake Parlett, Barrie Colts - OHL
    Brendan Smith, St. Mike's Buzzers - OPJHL
    PK Subban, Belleville Bulls - OHL
    Corey Syvret, London Knights - OHL

    Forwards
    Joshua Bailey, Owen Sound Attack - OHL
    Yves Bastien, Kitchener Rangers - OHL
    Bryan Cameron, Belleville Bulls - OHL
    Marcus Carroll, Owen Sound Attack - OHL
    Logan Couture, Ottawa 67's - OHL
    Sam Gagner, Sioux City - USHL
    Daniel Lombardi, Sarnia Sting - OHL
    Dale Mitchell, Oshawa Generals - OHL
    Michael Pelech, Kitchener Rangers - OHL
    John Tavares, Oshawa Generals - OHL
    Chris Terry, Plymouth Whalers - OHL
    Zach Torquato, Saginaw Spirit - OHL


    Team Atlantic hasn't been announced and Team Quebec is holding its selection camp right now, I think. You can find a 32 players long preliminary roster here.
     
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    my expected rosters for them are:

    Atlantic:

    Forwards:
    Patrice Cormier(Underager)
    Chirs Doyle (underager)
    Brad Malone
    Scott Brannon
    Colin Escott
    Logan MacMillan
    Matthew Brenton
    Randy Cameron
    Travis Perry
    Riley Lewis
    Matt Snow
    Dave Shea

    Defense:
    Alex Grant
    Stephen Lund
    Ben MacAskill
    Brad Tesink
    Matthew Boland
    Andrew Harmes

    Goalies:
    Curtis Black
    TJ Keeping


    Quebec:

    Forward:
    Angelo Esposito
    Michael Biega
    J-S Allard
    Keven Charland
    Maxime Macenauer
    Mathieu Tousignant
    M-A Laroche
    Michael Stinziani
    Olivier Fortier
    Jeff Desjardins
    Phillipe Cornet (underager)
    Maxime Cliche

    Defense:
    Yann Sauve (Underager)
    Kevin Marshall
    Nicolas Sigouin
    Gabriel Carle
    Patrick Cusack
    M-A Desnoyers

    Goalies:
    Nicola Riopel
    Raffael D'Orso


    I think it comes down to Quebec, Atlantic and Ontario.

    Quebec has Esposito and Biega who are two super explosive offensive players to go with a heavy talent pool lead by J-S Allard after that...plus factor in super underage rookie Phil Cornet who will go top 5 this years QMJHL draft. On Defense, Quebec is steady with Marshall, Desnoyers, Sigouin, Cucasck, Carle and Phenome Yann Sauve who should go top three 2006 QMJHL draft and is the best d-man for his age in Canada. Plus with Nicola Riopel who is a super great goalie they are up there for the running.

    Atlantic has Malone, Brannon, MacMillan, Escott as great scoring and forwards and big time hitters. Combine that with Phenome Patrice Cormier who should go 1st overall in the 2006 QMJHL draft and Chris Doyle who should go 2nd overall in the QMJHL draft and you have two great scoring lines, also combined with some of the best enegery players in the east such as Brenton, Cameron and Snow and a capable goalie in Black and Keeping this team will be up there.

    Ontario:
    with super phenome John Tavaras and great offensive stars such as Torquato, Couture, Cameron, Gagne, an Terry, plus with awsome two way forwards like Pelech, Lombardi and the defensive corps with super offensive d-man Katic, Doughty, and great defenders such as Smith and Parlett and Syvret this team has talent and depth.

    I say it comes to Ontario taking gold.
     
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    Who will be missing from the tournament? Anyone claiming to be American, but are Canadian? Malone, Gagner, Vaive, etc.
     
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