WJC 2013: Canada announces selection camp roster

Richard Wolowicz

Hockey Canada announced the selection camp roster for the World Junior Championship. 37 players have been invited to the camp, which will be cut down to 20 skaters and three goaltenders on Dec. 13.

Hockey Canada officially announced the selection camp roster for the 2013 World Junior Championship on Monday afternoon.

The announcement included 37 invitees: four goalies, 12 defensemen and 21 forwards. The camp is scheduled to begin on Monday, Dec. 10 in Calgary, with the final roster expected to be announced on Thursday, Dec. 13. Teams will be allowed to carry three goaltenders and 20 skaters for a maximum total of a 23-man roster.

The goaltenders invited to this year's camp include Malcolm Subban of the Ontario Hockey League's Belleville Bulls, Jake Paterson of the Saginaw Spirit, Jordan Binnington of the Owen Sound Attack and Laurent Brossoit of the Western Hockey League's Edmonton Oil Kings.

The camp's defense corps includes several first-round NHL draft picks such as Mathew Dumba, Dougie Hamilton, Ryan Murphy and Griffin Reinhart. The group of forwards invited include standouts such as Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Jonathan Huberdeau and Mark Scheifele.

For a complete list of the training camp invitees, click here.

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