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Jan 8, 2013 7:46pm
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Team Canadas quest for gold began Monday with the announcement of its selection
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. Thirty-seven of Canadas top junior-aged
players have been invited to take part, including returnees Dougie Hamilton,
Scott Harrington, Jonathan Huberdeau, Boone Jenner, Mark Scheifele and Ryan
Strome. “Im very excited. A chance to represent your country; theres nothing
better,” Scheifele said of his invitation. “After getting bronze in last years
world juniors, youre definitely eager to win the gold and Im going to do
whatever it takes to make that team. And if I make it, Im going to do whatever
it takes to win gold.” Other invitees include Edmonton Oilers centre Ryan
Nugent-Hopkins and 2013 NHL draft prospects Nathan MacKinnon and Jonathan Drouin
of the Halifax Mooseheads. “Theres many players that would be in the NHL right
now if they were playing but its not and the one upside from that is that were
going to have a strong world junior team,” MacKinnon said. “Its definitely
awesome to have lots of players playing for our country and hopefully get a gold
medal.” Nugent-Hopkins, who is playing with the AHLs Oklahoma City Barons during
the NHL lockout, was among the last nine players cut from Hockey Canadas 2010
World Junior camp. He is in Edmonton having his shoulder examined, but is
expected to join the Canadian team. “It is contingent on his health. At this
point I think (the examination) is precautionary,” said Scott Salmond, Hockey
Canadas senior director of operations. “He played on the weekend and flew in so
I think it was always in the plans. Our thoughts is hell be here on the 10th of
December ready to roll.” Click here
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roster. MacKinnon and Drouin arent the only players representing the next NHL
draft class, as Ottawa 67s forward Sean Monahan, Kamloopss J.C. Lipon and Hunter
Shinkaruk of the WHLs Medicine Hat Tigers will be attending camp as well. “I
know its not going to be an easy team to make, especially with this lockout, so
I have to show my stuff in camp,” Shinkaruk said. “All I can do know is play
like Ive played all year and hopefully that will be enough to make this team.”
Other players up front include Rimouskis Francis Beauvillier, Anthony Camara of
the Barrie Colts, Owen Sounds Daniel Catenacci, Victoriavilles Phillip Danault,
Ottawa forward Tyler Graovac, Charles Hudon of Chicoutimi, Prince Alberts Mark
McNeill, Portlands Ty Rattie, Brett Ritchie and Colton Sissons of the Niagara
IceDogs and Plymouth Whalers winger Tom Wilson. On defence, Mathew Dumba – who
was cut from last years World Junior team – will get another shot, along with
Carolina Hurricanes prospect Ryan Murphy of the Kitchener Rangers. Everett
Silvertips defenceman Ryan Murray, who played on last years squad, is
unavailable due to an injury. Also on the blue line are Frank Corrado of the
Sudbury Wolves, Blainville-Boisbriands Xavier Ouellet, Adam Pelech of the Erie
Otters, Portlands Tyler Wotherspoon and Derrick Pouliot, Griffin Reinhart of the
Edmonton Oil Kings, Moose Jaw Warriors defenceman Morgan Rielly and Ryan Sproul
of the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds. “Its a great roster and whether youre a
forward or goalie or defenceman, its going to be a hard team to make,” Rielly
said on Monday. There will be four new faces battling for jobs in goal,
including Boston Bruins first-rounder Malcolm Subban of the OHLs Belleville
Bulls, Jake Peterson of the Saginaw Spirit, Jordan Binnington of the Owen Sound
Platers and Edmonton Oil Kings netminder Laurent Brossoit. “Obviously theres a
lot of pressure on all Canadian guys going to the camp,” Subban said. “My job
hasnt changed from Belleville to Team Canada. My job is to win every night and
Im going to do that. Obviously theyve watched me and the like what I do, so I
just have to bring it to that stage.” In total, 31 of the players named to the
selection camp roster were drafted in either the 2011 or 2012 NHL Entry Drafts,
including 14 first-round selections and eight second-round picks. Camp begins
next Monday in Calgary. Canadas National Junior Team will be finalized on
Thursday, Dec. 13 and will depart for Europe on Dec. 15 to play two
pre-competition games in Helsinki prior to the 2013 World Junior Championship.
Canada will play its first game of the 2013 IIHF World Junior Championship in
Ufa, Russia on Boxing Day against Finland at 4am et/1am pt, a game that will be
broadcast live on TSN. Canada has medalled at 14 consecutive World Junior
Championships, including gold medal performances in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 and
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the NL West-leading Los Angeles Dodgers. The Padres have the worst record in the
NL, 14-24.GLASGOW—Scottish clubs voted Friday for humbled Rangers to begin
next season in the fourth tier, the countrys lowest professional league.
Rangers, in bankruptcy protection because of tax debts exceeding $30 million, is
now set to visit grounds with seats for just a few hundred fans next season.
“Clearly, starting again from the bottom league is not ideal and makes the task
of rebuilding Rangers a longer one, but the SFL was placed in an impossible
situation and I respect its decision,” Rangers manager Ally McCoist said. “I am
very comfortable with the decision that has been made today because it has been
based on the most important aspect of what the Scottish Football League stands
for; sporting fairness. We have applied those principles in the past, so I am
comfortable that the decision has been made with sporting fairness as key
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—but that option was rejected by the majority of clubs outside of the
topflight. Wholesale Jerseys. “I am comfortable that the
Scottish Football League has made a very decisive decision,” said David
Longmuir, chief executive of the body for the 30 clubs outside of the SPL. But
the Glasgow clubs fate in the fourth tier might not be final. Rangers remained
hopeful of an SPL 2 being introduced that would see the Ibrox outfit return to
the topflight within a season. “It is now understood that on the back of a
briefing SPL chief executive Neil Doncaster and SFA counterpart Stewart Regan
gave to clubs last week that the SPL will introduce a plan for SPL 2 —which
would include Rangers—and invite existing division one members to join,”
Rangers said on its website. There remains a financial concern for the remaining
clubs in the SPL. Without the world famous rivalry between Celtic and Rangers,
theres a worry the SPL will lose money in television revenue. The repercussions
of Rangers financial meltdown have seen the club banned from European football
for three years, and the loss of many of its best players. ’ ’ ’ 

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