United States men's national junior ice hockey team

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United States
Shirt badge/Association crest
Nickname(s) Team USA
Association USA Hockey
General Manager John Vanbiesbrouck
Head coach Mike Hastings
Assistants Jerry Keefe
David Lassonde
Steve Miller
Scott Sandelin
Captain Joey Anderson
Top scorer Jeremy Roenick (13)
Most points Jordan Schroeder (27)
Team colors               
IIHF code USA
First international
 Canada 5–4 United States 
(Leningrad, Soviet Union; December 27, 1973)
Biggest win
 United States 19–1 Norway 
(Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada; January 1, 1991)
Biggest defeat
 Sweden 11–1 United States 
(Leningrad, Soviet Union; December 29, 1973)
 Soviet Union 15–5 United States 
(Banská Bystrica, Czechoslovakia; December 30, 1976)
 Czechoslovakia 11–1 United States 
(Moscow, Soviet Union; December 31, 1987)
IIHF World U20 Championship
Appearances 42 (first in 1977)
Best result Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold: (2004, 2010, 2013, 2017)
Medal record
World U20 Championship
Gold medal – first place 2004 Finland Team
Gold medal – first place 2010 Canada Team
Gold medal – first place 2013 Russia Team
Gold medal – first place 2017 Canada Team
Silver medal – second place 1997 Switzerland Team
Bronze medal – third place 1986 Canada Team
Bronze medal – third place 1992 Germany Team
Bronze medal – third place 2007 Sweden Team
Bronze medal – third place 2011 United States Team
Bronze medal – third place 2016 Finland Team
Bronze medal – third place 2018 United States Team

The United States men's national junior ice hockey team represents the United States at the IIHF World U20 Championship.

The team has won 4 world junior championships (2004, 2010, 2013, 2017). Many talented NHL prospects, such as John Carlson, Jack Eichel, Auston Matthews, Patrick Kane, Zach Parise, and Matthew Tkachuk, played on this team.

World U20 Championship record

Record book data:[1]

Note: 1974, 1975 and 1976 tournaments are considered unofficial. They are not included in the IIHF records.

Team

Preliminary roster for the 2019 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships.[2]

Head coach: Mike Hastings

Pos. No. Name Height Weight Birthdate Hometown 2018–19 Team NHL rights, if any
G 1 Kyle Keyser 6 ft 2 in 180 lb March 8, 1999 Florida Coral Springs, Florida Canada Oshawa Generals (OHL) Boston Bruins
D 2 Jack St. Ivany 6 ft 2 in 195 lb July 22, 1999 California Manhattan Beach, California United States Yale University (ECAC) Philadelphia Flyers
D 4 Dylan Samberg 6 ft 4 in 225 lb January 24, 1999 Minnesota Hermantown, Minnesota United States University of Minnesota Duluth (NCHC) Winnipeg Jets
D 5 Joey Keane 6 ft 0 in 181 lb July 22, 1999 Illinois Chicago, Illinois Canada Barrie Colts (OHL) New York Rangers
F 6 Jack Hughes 5 ft 10 in 166 lb May 14, 2001 Florida Orlando, Florida United States USA Hockey NTDP (USHL) 2019 Draft
D 7 Quinn Hughes 5 ft 10 in 175 lb October 14, 1999 Florida Orlando, Florida United States University of Michigan (Big Ten) Vancouver Canucks
F 8 Sasha Chmelevski 6 ft 0 in 187 lb June 9, 1999 Michigan Northville, Michigan Canada Ottawa 67's (OHL) San Jose Sharks
F 9 Tyler Madden 5 ft 11 in 150 lb November 9, 1999 New York (state) Albany, New York United States Northeastern University (HEA) Vancouver Canucks
D 10 Ty Emberson 6 ft 1 in 195 lb May 24, 2000 Wisconsin Eau Claire, Wisconsin United States University of Wisconsin (Big Ten) Arizona Coyotes
F 11 Ryan Poehling 6 ft 2 in 185 lb January 3, 1999 Minnesota Lakeville, Minnesota United States St. Cloud State University (NCHC) Montreal Canadiens
F 12 Logan Cockerill 5 ft 9 in 175 lb March 3, 1999 Michigan Brighton, Michigan United States Boston University (HEA) New York Islanders
F 13 Cole Coskey 6 ft 1 in 200 lb June 1, 1999 Illinois Zion, Illinois United States Saginaw Spirit (OHL) Undrafted
F 14 Josh Norris 6 ft 2 in 195 lb May 5, 1999 Michigan Oxford, Michigan United States University of Michigan (Big Ten) Ottawa Senators
F 15 Jason Robertson 6 ft 2 in 200 lb July 22, 1999 Michigan Northville, Michigan Canada Niagara IceDogs (OHL) Dallas Stars
F 16 Jay O'Brien 6 ft 0 in 174 lb November 4, 1999 Massachusetts Hingham, Massachusetts United States Providence College (HEA) Philadelphia Flyers
F 17 Evan Barratt 5 ft 11 in 190 lb February 18, 1999 Pennsylvania Bristol, Pennsylvania United States Penn State University (Big Ten) Chicago Blackhawks
F 18 Oliver Wahlstrom 6 ft 2 in 209 lb June 13, 2000 Massachusetts Quincy, Massachusetts United States Boston College (HEA) New York Islanders
F 19 Jack Drury 6 ft 0 in 180 lb February 3, 2000 Illinois Winnetka, Illinois United States Harvard University (ECAC) Carolina Hurricanes
D 20 K'Andre Miller 6 ft 4 in 205 lb January 21, 2000 Minnesota Saint Paul, Minnesota United States University of Wisconsin (Big Ten) New York Rangers
F 21 Noah Cates 6 ft 2 in 185 lb February 5, 1999 Minnesota Stillwater, Minnesota United States University of Minnesota Duluth (NCHC) Philadelphia Flyers
F 22 Sean Dhooghe 5 ft 3 in 150 lb March 9, 1999 Illinois Aurora, Illinois United States University of Wisconsin (Big Ten) Undrafted
D 23 Michael Callahan 6 ft 2 in 197 lb September 23, 1999 Massachusetts Franklin, Massachusetts United States Providence College (HEA) Arizona Coyotes
D 24 Mattias Samuelsson 6 ft 4 in 221 lb March 14, 2000 New Jersey Voorhees, New Jersey United States Western Michigan University (NCHC) Buffalo Sabres
D 25 Phil Kemp 6 ft 3 in 210 lb February 12, 1999 Connecticut Greenwich, Connecticut United States Yale University (ECAC) Edmonton Oilers
D 26 Mikey Anderson 6 ft 0 in 190 lb May 25, 1999 Minnesota Roseville, Minnesota United States University of Minnesota Duluth (NCHC) Los Angeles Kings
F 27 Sammy Walker 5 ft 9 in 150 lb June 7, 1999 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota United States University of Minnesota (Big Ten) Tampa Bay Lightning
F 28 Joel Farabee 6 ft 1 in 170 lb February 25, 2000 New York (state) Cicero, New York United States Boston University (HEA) Philadelphia Flyers
G 29 Spencer Knight 6 ft 3 in 197 lb April 19, 2001 Connecticut Darien, Connecticut United States USA Hockey NTDP (USHL) 2019 Draft
G 30 Cayden Primeau 6 ft 3 in 200 lb August 11, 1999 New Jersey Voorhees, New Jersey United States Northeastern University (HEA) Montreal Canadiens

References

  1. ^ "World Juniors". Team USA Hockey.
  2. ^ "2019 WJC | U.S. Roster". Team USA Hockey.

External links

  • Team USA U20 all-time scoring leaders - QuantHockey
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