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2020 World Juniors Roster Breakdown by NHL Crew

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The top of December means two issues within the hockey world: the Nationwide Hockey League season begins to get critical, and one of the best under-20 gamers on this planet converge for 2 weeks of high-octane motion. Pitting 10 groups of junior-aged gamers in opposition to one another for international supremacy, the IIHF World Junior Championship is among the highlights of the hockey 12 months. It showcases the highest prospects from all 31 NHL golf equipment, gives a highlight for a number of key 2020 NHL Draft hopefuls, and gives among the greatest video games of your entire season.

This 12 months’s event takes place within the Czech Republic, and options Canada, Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Kazakhstan, Russia, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland and the USA. The occasion options 30 first spherical picks from the previous two NHL Drafts, together with eight top-10 picks.

To assist information the allegiances of hockey followers at a time the place it is perhaps a bit complicated to find out who to cheer for when (for instance) Sweden performs Finland, we’ve crafted our annual information to which prospects are representing the varied NHL golf equipment at this occasion.

Observe: On the time of posting, the Czech Republic, Germany, and Kazakhstan remaining rosters haven’t been set. This listing is up to date with their newest camp roster and will likely be up to date when the groups are finalized.

World Junior Gamers Sorted by Their NHL Groups

Anaheim Geese (2)

G Lukas Dostal – Czech Republic – 2018 third-round choose (85th)C Trevor Zegras – USA – 2019 first-round choose (ninth)Arizona Coyotes (7)

D Ty Emberson – USA – 2018 third-round choose (73rd)F Barrett Hayton – Canada – 2018 first-round choose (fifth)W Jan Jenik – Czech Republic – 2018 third-round choose (65th)W Matias Maccelli – Finland – 2019 fourth-round choose (98th)C Valentin Nussbaumer – Switzerland – 2019 seventh-round choose (207th)W Aku Räty – Finland – 2019 fifth-round choose (151st)D Victor Soderstrom – Sweden – 2019 first-round choose (11th) Boston Bruins (three)

C John Beecher – USA – 2019 first-round choose (30th)C Curtis Corridor – USA – 2018 fourth-round choose (119th)F Jakub Lauko – Czech Republic – 2018 third-round choose (77th)Buffalo Sabres (four)

C Dylan Cozens – Canada – 2019 first-round choose (seventh)F Matej Pekar – Czech Republic – 2018 fourth-round choose (94th)G Erik Portillo – Sweden – 2019 third-round choose (67th)D Mattias Samuelsson – USA – 2018 second-round choose (32nd)Calgary Flames (1)

G Dustin Wolf – USA – 2019 seventh-round choose (214th)(Christopher Mast/Everett Silvertips)
Dustin Wolf of the Everett Silvertips.

Carolina Hurricanes (5)

W Dominik Bokk – Germany – 2018 first-round choose (25th)C Jack Drury – USA – 2018 second-round choose (42nd)W Lenni Killinen – Finland – 2018 fourth-round choose (114th)D Anttoni Honka – Finland – 2019 third-round choose (83rd)W Patrik Puistola – Finland – 2019 third-round choose (73rd)Chicago Blackhawks (2)

F Antti Saarela – Finland – 2019 fourth-round choose (123rd)W Michal Teplý – Czech Republic – 2019 fourth-round choose (105th)Colorado Avalanche (four)

G Justus Annunen – Finland – 2018 third-round choose (64th)D Bowen Byram – Canada – 2019 first-round choose (4th)W Sampo Ranta – Finland – 2018 third-round choose (78th)D Daniil Zhuravlyov – Russia – 2018 fifth-round choose (146th)Columbus Blue Jackets (four)

D Tim Berni – Switzerland – 2018 sixth-round choose (159th)F Liam Foudy – Canada – 2018 first-round choose (18th)W Kirill Marchenko – Russia – 2018 second-round choose (49th)W Dmitri Voronkov – Russia – 2019 fifth-round choose (114th)Dallas Stars (three)

C Oskar Bäck – Sweden – 2018 third-round choose (75th)C Ty Dellandrea – Canada – 2018 first-round choose (13th)W Albin Eriksson – Sweden – 2018 second-round choose (44th)Detroit Pink Wings (5)

W Jonatan Berggren – Sweden – 2018 second-round choose (33rd)G Jesper Eliasson – Sweden – 2018 third-round choose (84th)D Jared McIsaac – Canada – 2018 second-round choose (36th)D Moritz Seider – Germany – 2019 first-round choose (sixth)C Joe Veleno – Canada – 2018 first-round choose (30th)Edmonton Oilers (four)

W Matej Blümel – Czech Republic – 2019 fourth-round choose (100th)D Philip Broberg – Sweden – 2019 first-round choose (eighth)W Raphaël Lavoie – Canada – 2019 second-round choose (38th)G Olivier Rodrigue – Canada – 2018 second-round choose (62nd)Florida Panthers (three)

W Grigori Denisenko – Russia – 2018 first-round choose (15th)G Spencer Knight – USA – 2019 first-round choose (13th)W Justin Schütz – Germany – 2018 sixth-round choose (170th)(Grigori Denisenko. Photograph: HC Lokomotiv)

Los Angeles Kings (9)

D Tobias Björnfot – Sweden – 2019 first-round choose (22nd)D Aidan Dudas – Canada – 2018 fourth-round choose (113th)W Samuel Fagemo – Sweden – 2019 second-round choose (50th)W Arthur Kaliyev – USA – 2019 second-round choose (33rd)C Rasmus Kupari – Finland – 2018 first-round choose (20th)D Kim Nousiainen – Finland – 2019 fourth-round choose (119th)G Lukas Parik – Czech Republic – 2019 third-round choose (87th)F Akil Thomas – Canada – 2018 second-round choose (51st)C Alex Turcotte – USA – 2019 first-round choose (fifth)Minnesota Wild (1)

C Alexander Khovanov – Russia – 2018 third-round choose (86th)Montreal Canadiens (four)

W Cole Caufield – USA – 2019 first-round choose (15th)D Jordan Harris – USA – 2018 second-round (71st)D Mattias Norlinder – Sweden – 2019 third-round choose (64th)D Alexander Romanov – Russia – 2018 second-round choose (38th)Nashville Predators (1)

D Spencer Stastney – USA – 2018 fifth-round choose (131st)New Jersey Devils (5)

D Kevin Bahl – Canada – 2019 second-round choose (55th)D Daniil Misyul – Russia – 2019 third-round choose (70th)W Nikola Pasic – Sweden – 2019 seventh-round choose (189th)G Akira Schmid – Switzerland – 2018 fifth-round choose (136th)D Ty Smith – Canada – 2018 first-round choose (17th)New York Islanders (2)

C Jacob Pivonka – USA – 2019 fourth-round choose (103rd)F Oliver Wahlstrom – USA – 2019 first-round choose (11th)New York Rangers (5)

D Nico Gross – Switzerland – 2018 fourth-round choose (101st)C Karl Henriksson – Sweden – 2019 second-round choose (58th)D Zachary Jones – USA – 2019 third-round choose (68th)D Nils Lundkvist – Sweden – 2018 first-round choose (28th)D Ok’Andre Miller – USA – 2018 first-round choose (22nd)Ottawa Senators (three)

D Jacob Bernard-Docker – Canada – 2018 first-round choose (26th)D Lassi Thomson – Finland – 2019 first-round choose (19th)C Shane Pinto – USA – 2019 second-round choose (32nd)Jacob Bernard-Docker, Ottawa Senators 2019 growth camp (Courtesy Ottawa Senators)

Philadelphia Flyers (four)

W Bobby Brink – USA – 2019 second-round choose (34th)D Adam Ginning – Sweden – 2018 second-round choose (50th)D Cam York – USA – 2019 first-round choose (14th)D Yegor Zamula – Russia – undraftedPittsburgh Penguins (1)

D Calen Addison – Canada – 2018 second-round choose (53rd)St. Louis Blues (2)

C Nikita Alexandrov – Russia – 2019 second-round choose (62nd)G Joel Hofer – Canada – 2018 fourth-round choose (107th)San Jose Sharks (1)

D Santeri Hatakka – Finland – 2019 sixth-round choose (184th)Tampa Bay Lightning (three)

G Hugo Alnefelt – Sweden – 2019 third-round choose (71st)W Maxim Cajkovic – Slovakia – 2019 third-round choose (89th)W Nolan Foote – Canada – 2019 first-round choose (27th)Toronto Maple Leafs (three)

D Mikko Kokkonen – Finland – 2019 third-round choose (84th)W Nicholas Robertson – USA – 2019 second-round choose (53rd)D Rasmus Sandin – Sweden – 2018 first-round choose (29th)Vancouver Canucks (four)

W Nils Höglander – Sweden – 2019 second-round choose (40th)Karel Plasek – Czech Republic – 2019 sixth-round choose (175th)W Vasili Podkolzin – Russia – 2019 first-round choose (10th)D Toni Utunen – Finland – 2018 fifth-round choose (130th)Vegas Golden Knights (three)

W Pavel Dorofeyev – Russia – 2019 third-round choose (79th)C Ivan Morozov – Russia – 2018 second-round choose (61st)G Isaiah Saville – USA – 2019 fifth-round choose (135th)Pavel Dorofeyev of Stalnye Lisy Magnitogorsk (courtesy MHL)

Washington Capitals (2)

D Martin Hugo Has – Czech Republic – 2019 fifth-round choose (153rd)C Connor McMichael – Canada – 2019 first-round choose (25th)Winnipeg Jets (2)

C David Gustafsson – Sweden – 2018 second-round (60th)D Ville Heinola – Finland – 2019 first-round choose (20th)All of the 2020 World Junior Championship Crew Info:

*Hyperlinks to return all through December

Canada — Crew Preview — Roster

Czech Republic — Crew Preview — Roster

Finland — Crew Preview — Roster

Germany — Crew Preview — Roster

Kazakhstan — Crew Preview — Roster

Russia — Crew Preview — Roster

Slovakia — Crew Preview — Roster

Sweden — Crew Preview — Roster

Switzerland — Crew Preview — Roster

USA — Crew Preview — Roster

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