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12-08-2012, 12:37 AM
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OT but a 23 and under team assuming you do anyone born in 1989 or later would be a borderline all-star team. Taken from this thread:
http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh...103&highlight=


Canada A
Stamkos-Tavares-Seguin
Skinner-Couture-Eberle
Hall-Duchene-RNH
Kane-R O'Reilly-Benn (that is a tough line)

Myers-Pietrangelo
Subban-Doughty (I shudder to put these two risk takers together)
MDZ-Cowen

Holtby starting goalie
Glennie backup

and the 2nd wouldn't be bad either
Canada B (this team has a lot of centres)
fwds
Ennis
B Schenn
Couturier
Turris
Henrique
Johansen
Gagner
Huberdeau
Brandon Sutter
Hodgson
B Connolly
Schwartz (I like Kadri more in a jnr tournament but this team needs some natural wingers)

Dmen
Spurgeon
Hamonic
Hamilton
Brodie
L Schenn
Scandella

Goalie
Hackett
Subban? Roy? Bunz?
HM aka extras for both Canada teams: M Foligno, Bailey, Shaw, Kadri, Colborne, DSP, Z Kassian, Adam, Strome, Scheifele, LeBlanc, Dalpe, Toffoli, Eakin, Rattie, Cizikas, Adam, M Stone, Ashton, Caron, Conacher, G Bourque
B Smith, Elliott, Gormley, J Morrow, Despres, R Ellis, Schultz, R Murphy, Barbeiro, Barrie, McNabb, R Murray

23 and under is a different beast. That's why it's much harder for 18-19 year olds to score in the NCAA, because they are going up against 20-23 year old players. Whereas in Junior they are the oldest players on the ice usually. The players are just bigger and more experienced at that age.

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