2013 World Junior Roster Breakdown by NHL Team

The holiday season means mistletoe, turkey and presents, and there’s no greater present that the game of hockey can give to its fans worldwide than the annual IIHF World Junior Hockey Championships. This year’s edition emanates from Ufa, Russia and will feature over 200 of the world’s top teenagers representing ten countries.

For NHL fans waiting out the lockout, the World Juniors represents perhaps the only cheering outlet they may get this year. So, in the interest of cheering clarity, we present the annual breakdown of World Junior players by the teams that hold their NHL rights.

NOTE: Statistics are final

ANAHEIM DUCKS (3)

  • G John Gibson – United States (#35) – 2011 second round pick (39th overall)
    7 games, 5 wins, 1.36 GAA, .955 SV% (shared a shut-out with Jon Gillies) [Won gold medal]
  • F William Karlsson – Sweden (#17) – 2011 second round pick (53rd overall)
    6 games, 2 assists, +1, 2 PM [Won silver medal]
  • F Rickard Rakell – Sweden (#24) – 2011 first round pick (30th overall)
    6 games, 6 assists, +1, 16 PM [Won silver medal]

BOSTON BRUINS (4)

  • F Alexander Khokhlachev – Russia (#19) – 2011 second round pick (40th overall)
    7 games, 3 goals, 2 assists, +3, 4 PM [Won bronze medal]
  • G Malcolm Subban – Canada (#30) – 2012 first round pick (24th overall)
    6 games, 4 wins, 2.76 GAA, .901 SV%
  • F Anthony Camara – Canada (#15) – 2011 third round pick (81st overall)
    6 games, 2 assists, +1, 31 PM
  • D Dougie Hamilton – Canada (#27) – 2011 first round pick (9th overall)
    6 games, 1 goal, 1 assist, +3

BUFFALO SABRES (4)

  • D Jake McCabe – United States (#19) – 2012 second round pick (44th overall)
    7 games, 3 goals, 3 assists, +9, 16 PM [Won gold medal]
  • G Andrei Makarov – Russia (#20) – signed as a free agent
    3 games, 2 wins, 2.99 GAA, .933 SV% [Won bronze medal]
  • F Mikhail Grigorenko – Russia (#25) – 2012 first round pick (12th overall)
    7 games, 2 goals, 4 assists, +4, 2 PM [Won bronze medal]
  • F Joel ArmiaFinland (#10) – 2011 first round pick (16th overall)
    6 games, 6 goals, 6 assists, even, 12 PM

CALGARY FLAMES (5)

  • F John Gaudreau – United States (#13) – 2011 fourth round pick (104th overall)
    7 games, 7 goals, 2 assists, +2, 4 PM (hat trick versus Czech Republic) [Won gold medal]
  • D Patrick Sieloff – United States (#27) – 2012 second round pick (42nd overall)
    6 games, 1 assist, even, 2 PM [Won gold medal]
    Added to American roster on December 28
  • G Jon Gillies – United States (#30) – 2012 third round pick (75th overall)
    1 game, 0 wins, 0.00 GAA, 1.000 SV% (shared a shut-out with John Gibson) [Won gold medal]
  • F Markus Granlund – Finland (#11) – 2011 second round pick (45th overall)
    6 games, 5 goals, 7 assists, -1, 4 PM
  • D Tyler Wotherspoon – Canada (#26) – 2011 second round pick (57th overall)
    6 games, 1 goal, 1 assist, even

CAROLINA HURRICANES (2)

  • F Victor Rask – Sweden (#23) – 2011 second round pick (42nd overall)
    6 games, 2 goals, 2 assists, -3, 4 PM [Won silver medal]
  • D Ryan Murphy – Canada (#14) – 2011 first round pick (12th overall)
    6 games, 1 goal, 2 assists, -2, 2 PM

CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS (4)

  • F Maxim Shalunov – Russia (#8) – 2011 fourth round pick (109th overall)
    6 games, 2 assists, +2, 6 PM [Won bronze medal]
    Missed 1 game due to suspension
  • F Teuvo Teravainen – Finland (#20) – 2012 first round pick (18th overall)
    6 games, 5 goals, 6 assists, +6, 2 PM
  • F Phillip Danault – Canada (#21) – 2011 first round pick (26th overall)
    6 games, 1 assist, -2, 2 PM
  • F Mark McNeill – Canada (#90) – 2011 first round pick (18th overall)
    6 games, -1, 2 PM

COLORADO AVALANCHE (o)

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS (5)

  • D Mike Reilly – United States (#6) – 2011 fourth round pick (98th overall)
    7 games, 1 goal, 2 assists, +4, 4 PM [Won gold medal]
  • G Oscar Dansk – Sweden (#35) – 2012 second round pick (31st overall)
    Did not dress [Won silver medal]
  • G Joonas Korpisalo – Finland (#30) – 2012 third round pick (62nd overall)
    6 games, 2 win, 3.36 GAA, .858 SV%
  • F Lukas Sedlak – Czech Republic (#29) – 2011 sixth round pick (158th overall)
    6 games, 1 goal, 2 assists, +1, 10 PM
  • F Boone Jenner – Canada (#22) – 2011 second round pick (37th overall)
    3 games, -2, 2 PM
    Missed first 3 round robin games due to IIHF suspension

DALLAS STARS (3)

  • F Emil Molin – Sweden (#29) – 2011 fourth round pick (105th overall)
    6 games, 2 goals, 4 assists, -2 [Won silver medal]
  • F Radek Faksa – Czech Republic (#16) – 2012 first round pick (13th overall)
    6 games, 2 assists, +1, 2 PM
  • F Brett Ritchie – Canada (#20) – 2011 second round pick (44th overall)
    6 games, 1 goal, 3 assists, +4, 4 PM

DETROIT RED WINGS (3)

  • F Martin Frk – Czech Republic (#5) – 2012 second round pick (49th overall)
    6 games, 3 goals, 1 assist, -1, 16 PM
  • G Jake Paterson – Canada (#1) – 2012 third round pick (80th overall)
    Did not dress
  • D Xavier Ouellet – Canada (#16) – 2011 second round pick (48th overall)
    6 games, 1 goal, 2 assists, even, 2 PM

EDMONTON OILERS (5)

  • F Daniil Zharkov – Russia (#26) – 2012 third round pick (91st overall)
    7 games, 1 goal, -1, 6 PM [Won bronze medal]
  • F Nail Yakupov – Russia (#10) – 2012 first round pick (1st overall)
    7 games, 3 goals, 5 assists, +2 [Won bronze medal]
  • F Tobias Rieder – Germany (#22) – 2011 fourth round pick (114th overall)
    6 games, 3 goals, 2 goals, -8
  • D David Musil – Czech Republic (#6) – 2011 second round pick (31st overall)
    6 games, even, 18 PM
  • F Ryan Nugent-Hopkins – Canada (#9) – 2011 first round pick (1st overall)
    6 games, 4 goals, 11 assists, +6, 4 PM

FLORIDA PANTHERS (5)

  • F Rocco Grimaldi – United States (#23) – 2011 second round pick (33rd overall)
    7 games, 2 goals, 2 assists, +4, 4 PM [Won gold medal]
  • F Vincent Trocheck – United States (#25) – 2011 third round pick (64th overall)
    7 games, 3 goals, 3 assists, +5, 10 PM [Won gold medal]
  • D Rasmus Bengtsson – Sweden (#5) – 2011 second round pick (59th overall)
    4 games, 1 assist, -2 [Won silver medal]
  • F Yaroslav Kosov – Russia (#18) – 2011 fifth round pick (124th overall)
    7 games, 3 goals, 1 assist, +3, 2 PM (hat trick versus Germany) [Won bronze medal]
  • F Jonathan Huberdeau – Canada (#11) – 2011 first round pick (3rd overall)
    6 games, 3 goals, 6 assists, even, 4 PM

LOS ANGELES KINGS (1)

  • F Tomas Hyka – Czech Republic (#27) – 2012 sixth round pick (171st overall)
    6 games, 3 goals, 2 assists, even, 2 PM

MINNESOTA WILD (2)

  • F Mario Lucia – United States (#12) – 2011 second round pick (60th overall)
    7 games, 1 assist, +1 [Won gold medal]
  • F Christoph Bertschy – Switzerland (#11) – 2012 sixth round pick (158th overall)
    6 games, 3 goals, 2 assists, +4, 8 PM

MONTREAL CANADIENS (2)

  • F Alex Galchenyuk – United States (#15) – 2012 first round pick (3rd overall)
    7 games, 2 goals, 6 assists, +2, 4 PM [Won gold medal]
  • F Sebastian Collberg – Sweden (#15) – 2012 second round pick (33rd overall)
    6 games, 4 goals, 2 assists, -2, 4 PM [Won silver medal]

NASHVILLE PREDATORS (2)

  • F Jimmy Vesey – United States (#26) – 2012 third round pick (66th overall)
    7 games, 1 goal, 4 assists, +3, 2 PM [Won gold medal]
  • F Miikka Salomaki – Finland (#22) – 2011 second round pick (52nd overall)
    6 games, 3 goals, 5 assists, +1, 6 PM

NEW JERSEY DEVILS (1)

  • F Blake Pietila – United States (#20) – 2011 fifth round pick (129th overall)
    7 games, 2 assists, +5 [Won gold medal]

NEW YORK ISLANDERS (3)

  • D Ville Pokka – Finland (#12) – 2012 second round pick (34th overall)
    6 games, 2 goals, 4 assists, +10, 2 PM
  • D Griffin Reinhart – Canada (#28) – 2012 first round pick (4th overall)
    5 games, 1 assist, even, 8 PM
    Missed 1 game due to suspension
  • F Ryan Strome – Canada (#18) – 2011 first round pick (5th overall)
    6 games, 4 goals, 2 assists, +2, 10 PM

NEW YORK RANGERS (2)

  • F J.T. Miller – United States (#10) – 2011 first round pick (15th overall)
    7 games, 2 goals, 7 assists, +5, 2 PM [Won gold medal]
  • D Peter Ceresnak – Slovakia (#11) – 2011 sixth round pick (172nd overall)
    6 games, 1 goal, 2 assists, +3

OTTAWA SENATORS (1)

  • D Mikael Vikstrand – Sweden (#9) – 2012 seventh round pick (196th overall)
    6 games, 4 assists, +4, 4 PM [Won silver medal]

PHILADELPHIA FLYERS (1)

  • D Shayne Gostisbehere – United States (#14) – 2012 third round pick (78th overall)
    6 games, 1 goal, 1 assist, +4, 25 PM [Won gold medal]
    Missed 1 game due to suspension.

PHOENIX COYOTES (1)

  • D Connor Murphy – United States (#5) – 2011 first round pick (20th overall)
    7 games, 1 assist, +5, 2 PM [Won gold medal]

PITTSBURGH PENGUINS (3)

  • F Teodors Blugers – Latvia (#21) – 2012 second round pick (52nd overall)
    6 games, 1 goal, 1 assist, -8, 8 PM
  • D Olli Maatta – Finland (#2) – 2012 first round pick (22nd overall)
    5 games, 1 goal, 2 assists, even, 2 PM
  • D Scott Harrington – Canada (#6) – 2011 second round pick (54th overall)
    6 games, 2 assists, +5, 2 PM

SAN JOSE SHARKS (2)

  • F Sean Kuraly – United States (#7) – 2011 fifth round pick (133rd overall)
    7 games, 1 goal, 2 assists, +4, 2 PM [Won gold medal]
  • F Tomas Hertl – Czech Republic (#19) – 2012 first round pick (17th overall)
    6 games, 2 goal, 3 assists, even, 10 PM

ST. LOUIS BLUES (5)

  • G Niklas Lundstrom – Sweden (#30) – 2011 fifth round pick (132nd overall)
    4 games, 2 wins, 1.60 GAA, .944 SV% [Won silver medal]
  • D Petteri Lindbohm – Finland (#4) – 2012 sixth round pick (176th overall)
    6 games, 2 assists, +8, 4 PM
  • F Dmitrij Jaskin – Czech Republic (#20) – 2011 second round pick (41st overall)
    6 games, 3 goals, 3 assists, +3, 12 PM
  • G Jordan Binnington – Canada (#31) – 2011 third round pick (88th overall)
    2 games, 0 wins, 6.82 GAA, .871 SV%
  • F Ty Rattie – Canada (#8) – 2011 second round pick (32nd overall)
    6 games, 3 goals, even

TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING (4)

  • F Tanner Richard – Switzerland (#9) – 2012 third round pick (71st overall)
    6 games, 4 assists, +2, 8 PM
  • G Andrei Vasilevski – Russia (#30) – 2012 first round pick (19th overall)
    4 games, 2 wins, 1.81 GAA, .950 SV%, 1 shutout [Won bronze medal]
  • F Nikita Kucherov – Russia (#16) – 2011 second round pick (58th overall)
    7 games, 5 goals, 3 assists, +4, 4 PM [Won bronze medal]
  • F Nikita Nesterov – Russia (#9) – 2011 fifth round pick (148th overall)
    7 games, 4 assists, +1, 2 PM [Won bronze medal]

TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS (4)

  • F Tyler Biggs – United States (#22) – 2011 first round pick (22nd overall)
    7 games, 1 assist, +6, 8 PM [Won gold medal]
  • G Garret Sparks – United States (#29) – 2011 seventh round pick (190th overall)
    Did not dress [Won gold medal]
  • D Tom Nilsson – Sweden (#7) – 2011 fourth round pick (100th overall)
    6 games, 2 assists, +3, 4 PM [Won silver medal]
  • D Morgan Rielly – Canada (#4) – 2012 first round pick (5th overall)
    6 games, 1 goal, 2 assists, +2

VANCOUVER CANUCKS (0)

WASHINGTON CAPITALS (3)

  • F Riley Barber – United States (#16) – 2012 sixth round pick (167th overall)
    7 games, 3 goals, 3 assists, +1, 4 PM [Won gold medal]
  • D Christian Djoos – Sweden (#4) – 2012 seventh round pick (195th overall)
    6 games, 3 assists, -2 [Won silver medal]
  • F Filip Forsberg – Sweden (#16) – 2012 first round pick (11th overall)
    6 games, 3 goals, 2 assists, +1 [Won silver medal]

WINNIPEG JETS (2)

  • D Jacob Trouba – United States (#8) – 2012 first round pick (9th overall)
    7 games, 4 goals, 5 assists, +2, 10 PM [Won gold medal]
  • F Mark Scheifele – Canada (#19) – 2011 first round pick (7th overall)
    6 games, 5 goals, 3 assists, +1, 2 PM

Ryan Pike
A native of the Stampede City, Ryan Pike has covered the Calgary Flames extensively since 2010 as a Senior Writer for The Hockey Writers and as Managing Editor of FlamesNation.ca.
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