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Team AJHL Roster Announced for 2019 Junior Club World Cup in Russia

June 18th, 2019 @ 9:22 am

The Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL), in partnership with the Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL) and Hockey Canada, today announced the Team AJHL roster for the 2019 Junior Club World Cup in Sochi, Russia. 

The AJHL roster is composed of 22 returning AJHL players, which will complete in an eight-team international tournament from August 23rd – 31st, 2019.  Players and team staff members will travel to Moscow for a pre-tournament camp from August 16th – 22nd prior to the tournament. 

Goaltenders

YOB

AJHL Team

Griffin Bowerman

2000

Camrose Kodiaks

Matthew Davis

2001

Spruce Grove Saints

Carter Gylander

2001

Sherwood Park Crusaders

Defence

   

Michael Benning

2002

Sherwood Park Crusaders

Lane Brockhoff

2000

Camrose Kodiaks

Ryan Conroy

2001

Fort McMurray Oil Barons

Jeremy Gervais

1999

Bonnyville Pontiacs

Robert Kincaid

2002

Camrose Kodiaks

Josh Kroon

2000

Bonnyville Pontiacs

Eric Parker

2001

Okotoks Oilers

Forwards

   

Marc-Antoine Benoit

1999

Bonnyville Pontiacs

Jordan Biro

2000

Spruce Grove Saints

Daine Dubois

1999

Bonnyville Pontiacs

Kaleb Ergang

2000

Whitecourt Wolverines

Max Giangualano

2000

Canmore Eagles

Zane Kindrachuk

2000

Okotoks Oilers

Cam Mitchell

2001

Spruce Grove Saints

Brady Risk

1999

Drumheller Dragons

Carter Savoie

2002

Sherwood Park Crusaders

Roc Truman

2001

Drumheller Dragons

Alex Young

2001

Canmore Eagles

William Zapernick

1999

Sherwood Park Crusaders

 

HC

Boris Rybalka

 

Camrose Kodiaks

HC

Rick Swan

 

Bonnyville Pontiacs

AT

Josh Armstrong

 

Sherwood Park Crusaders

AT

Megan Hansen

 

Canmore Eagles

 

AJHL Commissioner Ryan Bartoshyk recognizes the unique advantage the Junior Club World Cup will provide Team AJHL, “International competition and travel will afford experiences and benefits to our athletes that are impossible to duplicate.  We are thrilled to offer our athletes this opportunity and know the influence it can have on their futures.”

Teams from Austria, Canada, Czech Republic, Finland, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland and USA will dispute the 2019 trophy.  North America will delegate two teams to the tournament for the first time since 2014. The only Canadian team to win the tournament in its nine-year history is the Sudbury Wolves of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) in 2013.

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