The second day of USA Hockey's National Junior Evaluation Camp ended with two losses for the United States teams. Sweden defeated USA White 4-2 and Finland downed USA Blue 6-5 in overtime.
Some current college stars and future college players had notable performances on Sunday.
Boston University defenseman and Boston Bruins prospect Matt Grzelcyk and University of Michigan forward Andrew Copp scored the goals in Team White's 4-2 loss to Sweden.
Providence College goaltender and Calgary Flames draft pick Jon Gillies allowed just one goal in 29:52 of action while stopping 15. Ohio State goalie Collin Olson relieved Gillies midway through the game and gave up three goals on 17 shots.
Boston University forward Dan O'Regan scored two goals in Team Blue's 6-5 overtime loss against Finland. Minnesota recruit Hudson Fasching scored a goal, as well.
Highly touted Boston College recruit Thatcher Demko gave up five goals on 19 shots for the Blue Team. Former Nebraska-Omaha goaltender Anthony Stolarz, now playing for the London Knights, stopped 15 of 16 shots.
The two American split squad teams will switch opponents on Monday with the Blue playing Sweden and the White playing Finland. Team Canada arrives in Lake Placid on Tuesday.
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