Boston Bruins: 6 Prospects with a Good Chance to Play in the World Juniors

December 1st, 2012 by Al Daniel Leave a reply »
Last month, the Boston Bruins had four draft picks representing the Ontario Hockey League as part of the CHL’s annual All-Star exhibition series with Team Russia.

In turn, Anthony Camara, Seth Griffith, Dougie Hamilton and Malcolm Subban are all natural candidates to play for Team Canada in the World Junior Championship tournament later this month.

The host Russians already had another Boston draftee in Alexander Khokhlachev on their touring team when they faced a pair apiece of Ontario League, Quebec League and Western League teams.

Team USA will release its WJC training camp roster this Tuesday, with subsequent cuts to come on Dec. 23—three days before the tournament begins. The preliminary roster will likely be laden with holdovers from the program’s August camp, including Charlestown, Mass. native and Boston University freshman Matt Grzelcyk.

For what it’s worth, Grzelcyk enrolled at BU straight out of the U.S. National Team Development Program. Earlier this calendar year, he helped the 18-and-under Americans win the ...

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