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Norby Replaces Janiga on Four Nations Cup Roster

By USAHockey.com, 11/03/15, 2:00PM MST

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Team USA opens Four Nations Cup tomorrow against Sweden at 1 p.m. ET.

SUNDSVALL, Sweden – USA Hockey announced today that Presley Norby (Shorewood, Minn.), a Four Nations Cup pre-camp attendee, has replaced Emily Janiga (East Aurora, N.Y.) on the roster for the Four Nations Cup due to injury. Janiga was hurt while skating for Mercyhurst University (CHA) on Friday evening and would not be available for the tournament, which takes place November 4-8 in Sundsvall, Sweden.

"It's unfortunate that Emily was injured during her collegiate game but Presley came into camp and had a strong showing to earn the opportunity to advance onto our roster for the Four Nations Cup," said Reagan Carey, general manager of the U.S. Women's National Team. "It's a great opportunity for Presley to step in. We have full confidence in her and look forward to her contribution."

Norby, a member of the 2015 U.S. Women's National Under-18 Team, was one of four non-roster invitees at the pre-camp to help the national team prepare for the Four Nations Cup.

The U.S. Women's National Team arrived in Sundsvall, Sweden on Sunday and will open the Four Nations Cup tomorrow, November 4, against Sweden at 1 p.m. ET.

Norby, who is the youngest player (17) on the U.S. roster, is a senior at Minnetonka High School (Minn.) and has committed to play at the University of Wisconsin (WCHA) next season.

For a complete roster, click here.

NOTES: Reagan Carey (Colorado Springs, Colo.), USA Hockey's director of women's hockey, is the general manager of the 2015 U.S. Women's National Team. Ken Klee (Denver, Colo.) is the head coach of the 2015 U.S. Women's National Team at the Four Nations Cup. He is assisted by Robb Stauber (Medina, Minn.), Brett Strot (Tampa, Fla.) and Chris Tamer (Dearborn, Mich.) ... The Four Nations Cup is an annual tournament that has been held in varying forms since 1996 (previously the Three Nations Cup). The U.S. will compete against Canada, Sweden and Finland in this year's tournament. It is the 19th year of the tournament and the United States has competed 18 times, having not participated in 2001. The United States has captured the title five times (1997, 2003, 2008, 2011-12), finished second 12 times and third in the tournament in 2013. The Americans hold an overall record of 40-5-5-23-2 (W-OTW-OTL-L-T) in 75 Three/Four Nations Cup games.

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