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06-11-2013, 06:19 PM
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Man looking at the 2014-15 WJC tourney, and what could be possible for the US to put out there, one has to be insanely excited about how our next few years should look.

Blake Clarke - F
Nick Schmaltz - F
Paul Bittner - F
Jack Eichel - F
Sonny Milano - F
Jack Glover - D
Adam Erne - F
Taylor Cammarata - F
Steve Santini - D
Anthony DeAngelo - D
Chase De Leo - F
Keegan Iverson - F
Ian McCoshen - D
Ryan Macinnis - F
Dylan Larkin - F
Hudson Fasching - F
Joshua Jacobs - F
Chris Wilkie - F
Marcel Godbout - F
Aaron Haydon - D
Keaton Thompson - D
Justin Bailey - F
Will Butcher - D
Michael Downing - D
JT Compher - F
Tyler Motte - F
John Hayden - F
Michael McCarron - F
Tommy Vannelli - D
Zach Sanford - F
Jimmy Lodge - F
Greg Betzold - F
Justin Gutierrez - F
Travis Wood - D
Zach Werenski - D
Cam Askew - F
Colin White - F
Jordan Greenway - F
Keoni Texeria - D
Noah Hanifin - D
Tory Dello - D
Shane Eiserman - F
Shane Gersich - F
Tyler Kelleher - F
Connor Hurley - F
Ryan Fitzgerald - F
Evan Allen - F
Brian Williams - F
Ryan Mantha - D



....just off the top of my head... sure there are a number of 97's in there, but some very highly skilled 97's to say the least that some could be in consideration for this squad.

Overall a ton of talent which I am sure I am missing soooo many names...but the high end skill is going to be there for a few years to come. Obviously losing some players to the NHL will happen, but I think at least the 2014-15 team could be one of the most talented groups we have ever iced. Still a long ways to go with the chance of many of these kids fading away like McColgan, Jacobs, Ambroz, Moffatt, etc did...but I like the amount of top players we have and the depth is there to balance it out.

Missing a ton of US Highschool kids, especially out of Mass and Minny.


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