MONTREAL, QC–Selected third overall by the Canadiens in the most recent NHL Entry Draft, Alex Galchenyuk is another Habs’ prospect that is looking to shine at the 2013 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship.  Today, it was USA Hockey’s turn to reveal who would be on their training camp roster:

# Player S/C Ht. Wt. Birthdate Hometown/Country Team/Organization NHL Draft
Goaltenders
John Gibson L 6’3 222 07/14/1993 Pittsburgh, PA Kitchener Rangers (OHL) ANA ’11 (2, 39)
Jon Gillies L 6’5 230 01/22/1994 Concord, NH Providence College (HEA) CGY ’12 (3, 75)
Garret Sparks L 6’2 211 06/28/1993 Elmhurst, IL Guelph Storm (OHL) TOR ’11 (7, 190)
Defense
Shayne Gostisbehere L 5’11 167 04/20/1993 Margate, FL Union College (ECACH) PHI ’12 (3, 78)
Matt Grzelcyk L 5’9 168 01/05/1994 Charlestown, MA Boston University (HEA) BOS ’12 (3, 85)
Seth Jones R 6’4 205 10/03/1994 Plano, TX Portland Winterhawks (WHL) 2013
Jake McCabe L 6’1 185 10/12/1993 Eau Claire, WI Univ. of Wisconsin (WCHA) BUF ’12 (2, 44)
Connor Murphy R 6’4 205 03/26/1993 Dublin, OH Sarnia Sting (OHL) PHX ’11 (1, 20)
Mike Reilly L 6’1 167 07/13/1993 Chanhassen, MN University of Minnesota (WCHA) CBJ ’11 (4, 98)
Patrick Sieloff L 6’1 199 05/15/1994 Ann Arbor, MI Windsor Spitfires (OHL) CGY ’12 (2, 42)
Brady Skjei L 6’3 200 03/26/1994 Lakeville, MN University of Minnesota (WCHA) NYR ’12 (1, 28)
Jacob Trouba R 6’2 198 02/26/1994 Rochester, MI University of Michigan (CCHA) WPG ’12 (1, 9)
Forwards
Cole Bardreau R 5’10 181 07/22/1993 Fairport, NY Cornell University (ECACH) Free Agent
Riley Barber R 5’11 194 02/07/1994 Livonia, MI Miami University (CCHA) WSH ’12 (6, 167)
Tyler Biggs R 6’2 223 04/30/1993 Binghamton, NY Oshawa Generals (OHL) TOR ’11 (1, 22)
Alex Galchenyuk L 6’1 197 02/12/1994 Milwaukee, WI Sarnia Sting (OHL) MTL ’12 (1, 3)
Jon Gaudreau L 5’9 150 08/13/1993 Carneys Point, NJ Boston College (HEA) CGY ’11 (4, 104)
Rocco Grimaldi R 5’6 165 02/08/1993 Rossmoor, CA University of North Dakota (WCHA) FLA ’12 (2, 33)
Ryan Hartman R 6’0 187 09/20/1994 West Dundee, IL Plymouth Whalers (OHL) 2013
Sean Kuraly L 6’2 199 01/20/1993 Dublin, OH Miami University (CCHA) SJS ’11 (5, 133)
Mario Lucia L 6’2 193 08/25/1993 Plymouth, MN University of Notre Dame (CCHA) MIN ’11 (2, 60)
Stefan Matteau L 6’2 217 02/23/1994 Chicago, IL Blainville-Boisbriand Armada (QMJHL) NJD ’12 (1, 29)
JT Miller L 6’2 212 03/14/1993 East Palestine, OH Connecticut Whale (AHL) NYR ’11 (1, 15)
Stefan Noesen R 6’1 206 02/12/1993 Plano, TX Plymouth Whalers (OHL) OTT ’11 (1, 21)
Blake Pietila L 6’0 195 02/20/1993 Brighton, MI Michigan Tech Univ. (WCHA) NJD ’11 (5, 129)
Vince Trocheck R 5’10 186 07/11/1993 Pittsburgh, PA Saginaw Spirit (OHL) FLA ’11 (3, 64)
Jim Vesey L 6’2 200 05/26/1993 North Reading, MA Harvard University (ECACH) NSH ’12 (3, 66)

One notable omission is that of Brady Vail, the Windsor Spitfires forward selected by the Canadiens 94th overall this past June. Another is Galchenyuk’s teammate in Sarnia, Reid Boucher. Vail has 27 points in 29 games for Windsor this season while Boucher has 21 goals, 13 assists in his present campaign.

Galchenyuk and his 26 U.S. counterparts will attend training camp in Tarrytown, New York, at the Rangers’ Madison Square Garden Training Center between December 16th and the 18th.  They will then move on to Helsinki, Finland, and the final 23-man roster announcement is set to take place on December 23rd. For additional information including dates and times of practices (closed to the public), USA Hockey’s official release can be found here. The Americans’ first game will take place December 27th, against Germany.