Hockey Canada announces roster for 2021 World Championship – fr

Hockey Canada announces roster for 2021 World Championship – fr

The list of IIHF World Championships is always a little different. Because the tournament is held during the NHL playoffs, many players cannot attend. Many others choose not to participate due to injuries they suffered during the season, which means there are often some interesting picks vying for their country.
Like the U.S. list that was officially released just a few days ago, the Canadian contingent looks even stranger than usual. Not only do the management team have injuries and the playoffs to deal with, but many players haven’t seen their families in months and just want some quality time at home.

Although the initial paperwork was reported recently, the full official list is as follows:

g Adin Hill
g Darcy Kuemper
g Michael Dipietro

re Braden Schneider
re Colin Miller
re Owen Power
re Sean Walker
re Mario Ferraro
re Troy Stecher
re Nicolas beaudin
re Jacob Bernard-Docker*

F Liam Foudy
F Dillon Dube
F Jaret Anderson-Dolan
F Gabriel Vilardi
F Adam Henrique
F Justin Danforth
F Nick Paul
F Brandon Hagel
F Michael Bunting
F Connor Brown
F Max Comtois
F Brandon Pirri
F Andrew Mangiapane
F Perfect Cole

Like the U.S. team, which includes draft-eligible candidates Matthieu Beniers, the Canadiens decided to take his University of Michigan teammate Power. The 18-year-old Power is expected to play in the first overall overall this season and have the opportunity to showcase his talents on the international stage, after being denied the opportunity to compete at the Worlds. junior.

* added after the announcement of the initial list


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