Canada U-18 team official 40 player roster

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  1. Form and Substance

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    Goal
    Dustin Butler Portland (WHL) 6'2 155
    Jean-Phillippe Levasseur Magog (Qaaa) 6'0 182
    Ryan Mior PEI (QMJHL) 6'1 178
    Carey Price Tri-City 6'3 212

    Defensemen
    Luc Bourdon Val d'or (QMJHL) 6'2 185
    Marc-Andre Gragnani PEI (QMJHL) 6'0 165
    Scott Jackson Seattle (WHL) 6'4 195
    Dustin Kohn Calgary (WHL) 6'1 180
    Kyle Lamb Sudbury (OHL) 5'11 185
    Patrick McNeil Saginaw (OHL) 6'0 180
    Brendan Mikkelson Portland (WHL) 6'2 168
    Jean-Phillipe Paquet Shawinigan (QMJHL) 6'2 203
    Ryan Parent Guelph (OHL) 6'2 190
    Kris Russel Medicine (WHL) 5'9 154
    Marc Staal Sudbury (OHL) 6'2 180
    Ryan Wilson Toronto (OHL) 6'1 207

    Forwards
    Cody Bass Mississauga (OHL) 5'11 170
    Dan Bertram Camrose (AJHL) 5'10 175
    Brock Bradford Coquitlam (BCHL) 5'10 160
    Gilbert Brule Vancouver (WHL) 5'10 165
    Jordan Clendenning Acadie-Bathurst (QMJHL) 5'10 175
    Richard Clune Sarnia (OHL) 6'0 200
    Cal Clutterbuck Toronto (OHL) 5'10 180
    Cogliano, Andrew St. Michael (OHA) 5'9 170
    Phillipe Cote Baie-Comeau (QMJHL) 6'1 185
    Marc-Andre Cote Acadie-Bathurst (QMJHL) 6'0 178
    Nick Drazenovic Prince George (WHL) 6'0 159
    Chris Durand Seattle (WHL) 6'1 180
    Adam Hobson Spokane (WHL) 6'0 192
    Mike Kaye Lethbridge (WHL) 6'1 205
    Guillaume Latendresse Drummondville (QMJHL) 6'2 215
    Chris Lawrence Sault Ste. Marie (OHL) 6'4 181
    Bryan Little Barrie (OHL) 5'10 177
    Riley Merkley Calgary (WHL) 6'3 175
    Ryan O’Marra Erie (OHL) 6'2 183
    Mike Roelofsen Belleville (OHL) 5'11 175
    Daniel Ryder Peterborough (OHL) 5'11 180
    Justin Saulnier Halifax (QMJHL) 5'10 171
    Devin Setoguchi Saskatoon (WHL) 5'11 175
    Sutter, Brett Kootenay (WHL) 5'11 180
     
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    I think the team will look like this:

    Goalies:

    Levasseur
    Mior

    Defense:

    Staal
    Paquet
    McNeil
    Bourdon
    Wilson
    Kohn

    Forwards:

    Brule
    Bertram
    Cogliano
    Durand
    Drazenovic
    Ryder
    Little
    Setoguchi
    Latendresse
    O'Marra
    Merkley
    Sutter
     
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    I really think Kenny Petkau should have been in there ahead of Micheal Kaye. Kaye didn't even make it into all of Lethbridges games, and they were a pretty weak team, where Petkau played every game.

    My Team:

    Goal
    Jean-Phillippe Levasseur Magog (Qaaa) 6'0 182
    Carey Price Tri-City 6'3 212

    Defensemen
    Luc Bourdon Val d'or (QMJHL) 6'2 185
    Scott Jackson Seattle (WHL) 6'4 195
    Dustin Kohn Calgary (WHL) 6'1 180
    Patrick McNeil Saginaw (OHL) 6'0 180
    Jean-Phillipe Paquet Shawinigan (QMJHL) 6'2 203
    Marc Staal Sudbury (OHL) 6'2 180
    Ryan Wilson Toronto (OHL) 6'1 207

    Forwards
    Cody Bass Mississauga (OHL) 5'11 170
    Dan Bertram Camrose (AJHL) 5'10 175
    Brock Bradford Coquitlam (BCHL) 5'10 160
    Gilbert Brule Vancouver (WHL) 5'10 165
    Cogliano, Andrew St. Michael (OHA) 5'9 170
    Nick Drazenovic Prince George (WHL) 6'0 159
    Chris Durand Seattle (WHL) 6'1 180
    Guillaume Latendresse Drummondville (QMJHL) 6'2 215
    Chris Lawrence Sault Ste. Marie (OHL) 6'4 181
    Bryan Little Barrie (OHL) 5'10 177
    Ryan O’Marra Erie (OHL) 6'2 183
    Daniel Ryder Peterborough (OHL) 5'11 180
    Devin Setoguchi Saskatoon (WHL) 5'11 175
     
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    Moosefan... Saulnier should make the team. He tore up U17 on a weaker team.

    I am pulling for him anyway.
     
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    re Pekteua,Kaye is a better player than Pektea, had a shoulder injury most of the season.
     
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    Would Crosby be ineligible to play (since he was in WJC), or simply uninterested?
     
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    I would love to see Saulnier make it, and in most years I would say he would for sure, but though Saulnier can play any role on the team...going from a top line player to a checker, I think guys like Sutter will make the team based on who they know in hockey and stuff like that. If Saulnier makes the team though it wouldn't shock me the least as I think so far he is very underrated for his talents. I can see him going 2nd round next year in the NHL draft.
     
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    Don't count Butler out

    He outplayed Price at the U17 challenge, and finished that tourney with the best GAA and third best save percentage. His year in the WHL was significantly slowed by a broken collarbone, and a team that relied too heavily on one keeper.

    Perhaps one of Butler's more stunning achievements in his 16 yr old rookie season was going into Kamloops, which many would call the "Montreal" of the WHL with the intensity of the fans and arena, and earning his first WHL shutout.

    I wouldn't count him out.
     
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    Crosby will be at the Canadian World Junior summer evaluation camp at the same time.
     
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    Mior is a way better goalie than Price. Seen both play and Mior is way ahead of Price and Levasseur is a little bit better than Mior.
     
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    I question how much you saw of Price and when the last time you saw him live was. He was outstanding in the last half of the year.
     
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    TOO tough to call :) Everyone in here is a homer anyway hehe

    All these players are so close in talent that most of the decisions will be coin flips.
     
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    saulnier will make it
     
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    I`m not being a biased fan here, however, both Staal and Lamb should be on the team. Both are that good and even better in clutch situations. Lamb had two goals and game MVP honours for Ontario at the U17 gold medal match, and Staal is maturing more and more into a very solid stay at home defenseman, although he proved he can have an offensive touch during the playoffs for the Wolves, will be intresting to see how well that offensive touch continues to develop this season for the Wolves. As well, they got an excellent coach in Sudbury in Mike Foligno, former Leafs player and Hershey(AHL), so there continued development will not be a problem. Also, Bryan Little should also be a shoe in for the team, he looked stellar for Barrie when I saw him play this year.
     
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    My try at U18 Team

    Goaltenders
    Levssseur, Price

    Defence

    Paquet, Jackson, Kohn, McNeil, Parent, Lamb, Bourdon

    Forwards

    Brule, Latendresse, O'Marra, Merkely, Bertram, Cogliano, Bradford, Hobson, Lawrence, Setoguchi, Durand, Drazenovic, Ryder
     
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    Not bad picks. Although the team was announced over a wk. ago but you are
    missing some key players as Staal, Little, Clune and Roelofsen. :)
     
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    TEAM picks not Tryout picks


    You see, everyone knows the tryout camp was picked last week. However, I thought I'd take a crack at what I though the final roster for the team might look like.
     
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    Ehhh ... not very good...
     
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    Easily one of the best U18 teams Canada will ice in years. Unless you were joking...
     
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