Thursday, October 22, 2009

Canada East and Canada West Rosters for the World Jr. A Challenge

As we get closer to the World Jr. A Challenge which begins on November 1 in Summerside, P.E.I. The rosters for the different teams will be coming out and both of the Canadiean Teams are now out. Canada West is for the players that are from B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

As for the Canada East teams, that's for players that are from Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and P.E.I. Watch out for the rosters from Sweden, Russia and Belarus as we get closer to the start of the tournament.

For the most part, the players stay either in the West or Eastern part of the countires depending on where they from. Here's the list of both Canada Rosters

Canada West will be in Group A with Russia and Sweden

Canada West Roster


1. Sean Bonar Penticton Vees (BCHL)

31. Kirby Halcrow Quensel Millionaires (BCHL)


2. Lee Christensen Melfort Mustangs (SIJHL)

3. Wes Mcleod Prince George Spruce Kings (BCHL)

4. Curtis Gedig Cowichan Valley Capitals (BCHL)

5. Dustin Pearson OCN Blizzard (MJHL)

11. Joey Laleggia Penticton Vees (BCHL)

22. Matthew Bodie Powell River Kings (BCHL)

26. Kyle Breukelman Ft. William North Stars (SIJHL)

27. Peter Stoykewych Winnipeg South Blues (MJHL)


7. Daniel Carr St. Albert Steel (AJHL)

9. Cody Kunyk Sherwood Park Crusaders (AJHL)

10. Connor Jones Vernon Vipers (BCHL)

14. Madison Dias Victoria Grizzlies (BCHL)

15. Kellen Jones Vernon Vipers (BCHL)

16. Tanner Fritz Grande Prairie Storm (AJHL)

17. Clarke Breitkreuz Yorkton Terriers (SJHL)

18. Grayson Downing Westside Warriors (BCHL)

19. Cam Reed Westside Warriors (BCHL)

20. Ryan Marshall Swan Valley Stampeders (MJHL)

23. Brendan O'Donnell Winnipeg South Blues (MJHL)

24. John Dunbar Calgary Canucks (AJHL)

General Manager: Leonard Strandberg Hockey Canada

Here's a look at the Canada East Roster which will be in Group B with the USA and Belarus.

Canada East Roster


2. Jordan Ruby Wellington Dukes (CCHL)

31. Matt Ginn Lindsay Muskies (CCHL)


4. David Pratt Wellington Dukes (CCHL)

5. Scott Dawson Nepean Raiders (CJAHL)

6. Sacha Guimond North Bay Trappers (NOJHL)

7. Nick Avgerinos Georgetown Raiders (OJAHL)

8. Ben Reinhardt Pembrooke Lumber Kings (CJAHL)

10. Tyson Wilson Brockville Braves (CJAHL)

24. Jordan Mustard Markham Waxers (CCHL)


9. Andrew Calof Nepean Raiders (CJAHL)

11. Colin Campbell Vaughan Vipers (OJAHL)

12. Jeff Vanderlugt Aurora Tigers (OJAHL)

14. Sean Hoyt Pictou Tigers (MJAHL)

15. Kyle Just Pembrooke Lumber Kings (CJAHL)

16. Simon Bessette Le College Francais de Longueuil (LHJAAAQ)

17. Greg Carey Burlington Cougars (CCHL)

18. Jacob Laliberte Cornwall Colts (CJAHL)

19. Brock Higgs Kingston Voyageurs (OJAHL)

21. Lucas Lessio St. Michaels Buzzards (CCHL)

22. Jonathan Milley Smiths Falls Bears (CJAHL)

23. David Roy Brcokville Bears (CJAHL)

24. Alex Guptill Brampton Capitals (OJAHL)

General Manager: Marty Abrams Wellington Dukes

Here's a code of the different Jr. A Leagues

British Colombia Hockey League (BCHL)

Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL)

Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (SJHL)

Manitoba Junior Hockey League (MJHL)

Superior International Junior Hockey League (SIJHL)

Central Canadiean Hockey League (CCHL)

Ontario Junior A Hockey League (OJAHL)

Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League (NOJHL)

Central Junior A Hockey League (CJAHL)

Quebec Junior A Hockey League (LHJAAAQ)

Maritime Junior A Hockey League (MJAHL)

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