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It's a fun tie in to an event. Probably gonna get 1 and then wear it to the winter classic.

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I would probably dig those jerseys if they were the Sabres WC jerseys or even just an interesting alternate jersey.

Doesn't make much sense for team USA

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If Canada wants to guarantee a win all they need to do is wear this for the game:


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Pu Invited To Hockey Canada's Junior Development Camp - Brayton Wilson - WGR550.com - June 20, 2017 - 5:46 pm ET.

Cliff Pu will be the only current Buffalo Sabres prospect to represent the organization in Hockey Canada's national junior team development this summer.
Buffalo's third round pick (69th overall) was one of 42 prospects to be invited to Canada's junior development camp.
Pu finished this past season as the Ontario Hockey League's eighth top scorer with 35 goals and 86 points in 63 games this season with the London Knights.
This will be the first best chance for Pu to showcase his skills for a chance to play at the 2018 IIHF World Junior Championship in Buffalo this December.

Canada will hold another selection camp just weeks before the World Juniors to cut the roster down to the final 23 players eligible for the tournament.
The 2017 junior development camp features 14 prospects eligible for the 2017 NHL Draft this Friday, while the rest of the prospects are draft picks from the 2016 NHL Draft.
Hockey Canada will hold their junior development camp this summer from July 31 through August 6.
USA Hockey also released their invites for their World Juniors summer camp, but the Sabres will not be represented there.

http://www.wgr550.com/articles/news/...velopment-camp

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Well, we've got a lot of prospects to follow this year again.

USA: Mittelstadt
Sweden: Nylander, Davidsson
Canada: Possibly Cliff Pu
Finland: Luukonen

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Well, we've got a lot of prospects to follow this year again.

USA: Mittelstadt
Sweden: Nylander, Davidsson
Canada: Possibly Cliff Pu
Finland: Luukonen
Is Asplund too old?

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Is Asplund too old?
He's a '97, so yes. Nylander, on the other hand, is a '98.

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Well, we've got a lot of prospects to follow this year again.

USA: Mittelstadt
Sweden: Nylander, Davidsson
Canada: Possibly Cliff Pu
Finland: Luukonen
Hagel for Canada and Budik for the Czech's? Maybe?

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Hagel for Canada and Budik for the Czech's? Maybe?
I like Hagel but I doubt he can crack Canada's lineup.

Maybe if he has a monster start to next season.

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Well, we've got a lot of prospects to follow this year again.

USA: Mittelstadt
Sweden: Nylander, Davidsson
Canada: Possibly Cliff Pu
Finland: Luukkonen
Add Budik for the Czechs (was on the 2017 team) and possibly Weissbach for Sweden

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@SabresProspects -

As of now, reasonable to think the Sabres will have four prospects (Mittelstadt, Pu, Luukkonen, Davidsson) in Buffalo this winter at the WJC.

Luukkonen has two years of WJC eligibility ahead of him. Davidsson is a late '98 so this year's tourney is his last crack.

Like Borgen last year, Asplund turns 20 in December and is therefore ineligible.

Nylander - He is eligible. Like last summer, Sweden left him off summer roster. Need to see where he's at come December.

Call me crazy but I think Hagel should get some attention from Canada WJC scouts. Could play a pesky role like Della Rovere years ago.

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