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Canadians prospect Jacob Fowler proving he belongs on Team USA at Summer Showcase

PLYMOUTH, Michigan – Montréal Canadiens prospect Jacob Fowler is used to being the outsider at USA Hockey Arena. 

Over the past two seasons with the Youngstown Phantoms, he’s been a constant opponent for the United States National Team Development Program, winning six of his nine meetings against the NTDP this past season, including back-to-back victories in April, where he stopped 48 out of 50 shots in a two-game weekend sweep to close out the USHL regular season.

That performance was a precursor to Fowler’s dominant run through the USHL playoffs, where he led Youngstown to a Clark Cup title and won playoff MVP honors with a .952 save percentage and 1.36 goals against average in 9 postseason games. 

Fresh off a USHL title, and before he heads to Boston College for his freshman season, Fowler

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NHL Prospects Boston College Florida Alliance 16U AAA Montréal Canadiens South Kent School 18U AAA Youngstown Phantoms NCAA USHL Trey Augustine Jacob Fowler
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