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Hockey Canada releases 2016 World Junior Championship selection camp roster

The Arizona Coyotes and New York Islanders are well represented.

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With the 2016 World Juniors Championship right around the corner, Hockey Canada announced their selection camp roster on Tuesday.

NHL fans should be excited, since the camp roster is chock-full of NHL prospects right on the cusp of breaking into the league. Chief among them are Arizona Coyotes center Dylan Strome and Toronto Maple Leafs center Mitch Marner, who were both drafted in the first 10 picks of the 2015 NHL Entry Draft. In fact, 12 players on the roster were selected in the 2015 draft last June.

The New York Islanders and Coyotes will bring the biggest contingents to the camp, with three players from each franchise. Team Canada's selection camp begins on Dec. 10, and final rosters will be announced shortly thereafter. Team USA should announce their camp rosters later this week.

The 2016 World Junior Championship begins on Dec. 26 in Helsinki, Finland. Canada will try to defend their gold medal from the 2015 tournament.

Here's the full Team Canada selection camp roster:


Name NHL Team/Draft Eligible
Mackenzie Blackwood New Jersey Devils
Mason McDonald Calgary Flames


Name NHL Team/Draft Eligible
Mathew Barzal New York Islanders
Anthony Beauvillier New York Islanders
Rourke Chartier San Jose Sharks
Lawson Crouse Florida Panthers
Michael Dal Colle New York Islanders
Pierre-Luc Dubois 2016 NHL Entry Draft eligible
Julien Gauthier 2016 NHL Entry Draft eligible
Jayce Hawryluk Florida Panthers
Travis Konecny Philadelphia Flyers
Mitch Marner Toronto Maple Leafs
Nick Merkley Arizona Coyotes
Brayden Point Tampa Bay Lightning
John Quenneville New Jersey Devils
Mitchell Stephens Tampa Bay Lightning
Dylan Strome Arizona Coyotes
Spencer Watson Los Angeles Kings


Name NHL Team/Draft Eligible
Thomas Chabot Ottawa Senators
Jakob Chychrun 2016 NHL Entry Draft eligible
Travis Dermott Toronto Maple Leafs
Vince Dunn St. Louis Blues
Haydn Fleury Carolina Hurricanes
Joe Hicketts Detroit Red Wings
Brandon Hickey Calgary Flames
Noah Juulsen Montreal Canadiens
Roland McKeown Carolina Hurricanes
Travis Sanheim Philadelphia Flyers
Jake Walman St. Louis Blues