NHL Prospects

Meet the Team: An early look at what Canada might look like at the 2022 World Juniors

Canada has an opportunity to avenge a heartbreaking loss on home soil – in the same arena, no less.

However, this won't be a Canadian roster filled with returnees. Based on the camp invitees, only Kaiden GuhleCole Perfetti, and Dylan Garand reprise their spots on the team. Meanwhile, Jamie DrysdaleCole Sillinger and Seth Jarvis might be too important to their respective NHL clubs to get released for the NHL. 

Still, with a “B” team capable of matching all but the elite squads at this tournament, expectations are Gold or nothing.

So, let’s project the roster and then we’ll go player-by-player.

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