USA Hockey announces roster cuts for World Junior Summer Showcase

Photo by Michael Caples/MiHockey

 

By @MichaelCaples –

USA Hockey announced a roster cut for the World Junior Summer Showcase today, bringing the U.S. roster from 42 to 34 players.

“As a staff, we have been very pleased with the level of intensity and competitiveness we’ve seen so far,” said Jim Johannson, general manager of the 2018 U.S. National Junior Team and also assistant executive director of hockey operations for USA Hockey, in a release. “It’s evident there is depth at every position and that is certainly a big positive as we continue the evaluation process the rest of this week and throughout the fall.”

To see the full updated roster, click here. Below are the Michigan names left standing:

Keith Petruzzelli – Muskegon Lumberjacks, Red Wings draftee

Dylan St. Cyr – Northville – NTDP

Sean Day – Rochester – Windsor Spitfires

Quinn Hughes – NTDP, incoming Michigan freshman

Luke Martin – NTDP, Michigan

Sasha Chmelevski – Northville – Ottawa 67s

Logan Cockerill – Brighton – NTDP

Max Jones – Rochester – London Knights

Will Lockwood – Bloomfield Hills – NTDP, Michigan

Josh Norris – Oxford – NTDP, incoming Michigan freshman