USA Hockey announced today that defenseman Marshall Warren (Laurel Hollow, N.Y./U.S. National Under-18 Team) has been added to the U.S. roster that will compete in the 2019 World Junior Summer Showcase.
Warren will skate for Team Blue in place of defenseman Alec Regula (West Bloomfield, Mich./London Knights), who is unable to attend camp. A bronze medalist with the 2019 U.S. Under-18 Men's National Team that competed in the 2019 IIHF Under-18 Men's Worlds Championship, Warren skated two seasons with USA Hockey's National Team Development Program. Drafted by the Minnesota Wild in the sixth round, 166th overall, in the 2019 NHL Draft, Warren will play collegiate hockey next season as a member of the Boston College men's ice hockey team.
The 44-player U.S. roster is divided into two teams -- Team Blue and Team White -- for the first portion of camp. Beginning July 30, the U.S. will trim to one roster for the remaining portion of camp.
The week-long event will include 11 international competitions between Canada, Finland, Sweden and the United States. The event features the best Under-20 players from four nations – the U.S., Canada, Finland and Sweden – auditioning for a spot to represent their country in the 2020 IIHF World Junior Championship.
Tickets to the games are available at the USA Hockey Arena Box Office (14900 Beck Road, Plymouth, Michigan) or by calling (734) 453-8400 or at USAHockeyArena.com. All sessions are day tickets (one price for both games) with the exception of Tuesday, July 30, which will be a one-game pass. Games on Saturday, July 27, and Sunday, July 30, are $5, while games on Tuesday, July 30, Wednesday, July 31 and Friday, August 2, will be $10. Tickets for Saturday, August 3, will be $20. All tickets are general admission with the exception of Saturday, August 3, which will have reserved seating. Parking is free with the exception of August 3, where there will be a $5 charge per vehicle. For a complete game schedule, see below.
Notes: Media wishing to attend any part of the camp should complete the online credential formby Thursday, July 18, at 5 p.m. ET ... For more on the U.S. roster breakdown, click here ... Several of the expected participants in the 2019 World Junior Summer Showcase are notable NHL prospects, including a combined 33 NHL Draft first-round selections between the U.S. (11), Canada (15), Finland (2) and Sweden (5) ... The United States enters the 2020 tournament having medaled in an unprecedented four-straight IIHF World Junior Championships, winning gold in 2017, silver in 2019 and bronze medals in 2016 and 2018 ... Join the conversation by using the official hashtag #WJSS.
|Friday, July 26||USA Blue vs. USA White||USAW, 1-0 (SO)||HockeyTV||Free Admission|
|Saturday, July 27||USA White vs. Finland||FIN, 3-2||HockeyTV||BUY NOW|
|Saturday, July 27||USA Blue vs. Sweden||USAB, 4-2||HockeyTV||BUY NOW|
|Sunday, July 28||USA Blue vs. Finland||USAB, 7-1||HockeyTV||BUY NOW|
|Sunday, July 28||USA White vs. Sweden||SWE, 2-1 (OT)||HockeyTV||BUY NOW|
|Tuesday, July 30||Canada vs. USA||CAN, 4-1||HockeyTV||BUY NOW|
|Wednesday, July 31||Canada vs. Finland||FIN, 8-3||NHL Network||BUY NOW|
|Wednesday, July 31||USA vs. Sweden||USA, 6-0||NHL Network||BUY NOW|
|Friday, August 2||Sweden vs. Canada||CAN, 5-2||NHL Network||BUY NOW|
|Friday, August 2||Finland vs. USA||FIN, 6-5||NHL Network||BUY NOW|
|Saturday, August 3||Sweden vs. Finland||SWE, 6-3||NHL Network||BUY NOW|
|Saturday, August 3||USA vs. Canada||USA, 5-3||NHL Network||BUY NOW|