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USA Hockey Ivan Hlinka Team Announced

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The US US18 team that will compete at the Ivan Hlinka Memorial U18 tournament. was announced today Here is the roster:

GOALTENDERS (2)

Cody Campbell 5-10 (178) 148 (67) 2/25/92 R Colorado Springs, Colo. Fargo Force (USHL)

Zane Gothberg 6-0 (183) 177 (80) 8/20/92 L Thief River Falls, Minn. Thief River Falls HS

DEFENSEMEN (7)

Brandon Archibald 6-3 (191) 205 (93) 3/31/92 R Port Huron, Mich. Soo Greyhounds (OHL)

William Eiserman 5-11 (180) 187 (85) 7/21/92 L Newburyport, Mass. Newburyport HS

Kevin Gravel 6-3 (191) 180 (82) 3/6/92 L Kingsford, Mich. Marquette Rangers (NAHL)

Kevin Lind 6-3 (191) 198 (90) 3/31/92 L Homer Glen, Ill. Chicago Steel (USHL)

Ben Marshall 5-9 (175) 156 (71) 8/30/92 L Grant, Minn. Mahtomedi HS

Scott Mayfield 6-3 (191) 184 (83) 10/14/92 R Webster Groves, Mo. St. Louis AAA Blues U16

Jamieson Oleksiak 6-6 (198) 216 (98) 12/21/92 L Toronto, Ont. Chicago Steel (USHL)/Detroit Little Caesars

FORWARDS (12)

Nick Bjugstad 6-4 (193) 185 (84) 7/17/92 R Coon Rapids, Minn. Blaine HS

Connor Brickley 5-11 (180) 190 (86) 2/25/92 L Everett, Mass. Belmont Hill School

Charlie Coyle 6-2 (188) 202 (92) 3/2/92 R East Weymouth, Mass. Thayer Academy/Dynamos

Brian Ferlin 6-1 (185) 190 (86) 6/3/92 R Jacksonville, Fla. Jacksonville Ice Dogs (MJHL)

Kevin Hayes 6-3 (191) 201 (91) 5/8/92 L Dorchester, Mass. Nobles School

Christian Isackson 6-0 (183) 174 (79) 1/20/92 R West Saint Paul, Minn. St. Thomas Academy Cadets

Mike Parks 5-11 (180) 184 (83) 2/15/92 R O'Fallon, Mo. St. Louis Selects AAA

Kyle Rau 5-8 (173) 147 (67) 10/24/92 L Eden Prairie, Minn. Eden Prairie HS

Colten St. Clair 5-10 (178) 183 (83) 11/22/92 R Gilbert, Ariz. Fargo Force (USHL)

Thomas Tynan 5-6 (168) 164 (74) 2/25/92 R Orland Park, Ill. Chicago Mission U18

Sam Warning 5-8 (172) 176 (80) 9/29/92 L St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis Selects AAA

Austin Watson 6-3 (191) 183 (83) 1/13/92 R Ypsilanti, Minn. Windsor Spitfires (OHL)

This obviously isn't the best team the US could put together since the they don't take NTDP kids, but the '92s were a very deep year for the US, and this looks like a solid team. The goaltending is pretty good, and the defense should be exceptional, with a lot of big, talented guys back there. The forwards look farily weak, but hopefully the D can carry them.