2019 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge

As the puck dropped on the NHL season, the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge was well-represented with 258 alumni – including 58 gold medallists – earning roster spots.
David Doucet has gone east to west and back chasing his hockey dreams, but his N.B. home is never too far away.
A promising defenceman, Braden Haché has been donning the stripes and giving back to the game, just like his father.
Fifty-six players who were first-round selections in the WHL, OHL and QMJHL highlight the roster for development camp.
A record 26 first-round picks were among the 88 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge alumni taken in Vancouver.
The nation’s top young netminders will be in the spotlight in Calgary at a pair of goaltending camps in early June.
The tournament opens Nov. 5 with Red-Russia in Swift Current, and an all-Canadian showdown in Medicine Hat.
Martin Mondou, Alan Millar and Mark Hunter will oversee Canada’s U17, U18 and U20 programs next season.
The World Under-17 Hockey Challenge is headed to the Prairies – Medicine Hat and Swift Current will co-host in 2019.
Guenther provided a goal and an assist to give White the victory.
Punnett and Ostapchuk had 1G 1A apiece to lead Black to the win.
Lawrence had a goal and two assists to power Blue to victory.
Guenther had 1G 1A and Blackburn made 20 saves to lead White.
Reynolds and Roulette had four points each to send Green over Gold.
Othmann had two goals and two assists to power Blue past Red.
Mianscum and Stillman had a goal and two assists each for Gold.
McTavish scored twice and Diotte netted the winner to lead White.
Reynolds opened and closed the scoring to give Green the first win.

2019 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge


The 2019 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge brings over 160 of the world's best young hockey players to Medicine Hat, Alta., and Swift Current, Sask., in early November The tournament features the next generation of stars, many of whom will have their names called at the 2021 NHL Entry Draft.

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2019 U17: BLU 7 – GLD 4 (Game 7)
Lawrence had a goal and two assists to power Blue to victory.
2019 U17: BLK 5 – RED 1 (Game 8)
Punnett and Ostapchuk had 1G 1A apiece to lead Black to the win.
2019 U17: GRN 7 – GLD 1 (Game 5)
Reynolds and Roulette had four points each to send Green over Gold.
2019 U17: WHT 3 – BLK 2 (Game 6)
Guenther had 1G 1A and Blackburn made 20 saves to lead White.
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