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Team Ontario Announces Men's Hockey Evaluation Camp Roster for The Canada Games (U16 Hockey)

Athletes from all over the Great White North will compete at the upcoming Canada Winter Games, this winter. As the province of Ontario prepares for the hockey competition at the 2023 Canada Winter Games, which will take place in P.E.I. from February 18–25, Team Ontario has released their evaluation camp roster. The Kitchener Evaluation Camp, which runs from December 8 through December 11, will feature 40 Players. Players will be assessed further after the camp before 20 are selected for Team Ontario in January. The 2023 Canada Winter Games will take place in PEI from February 18–25.  Selection Camp Roster: Goaltenders Jack Ivankovic, Mississauga Senators Jaeden Nelson, Toronto Marlboros Noah Paddock, OJS Isaac Gravelle, Southern Tier Admirals Defensemen Keagan Knight, Toronto Jr. Canadiens Luka Graziano, Toronto Jr. Canadiens Luke Dragusica, Toronto Marlboros Tyler Meireles, Navan Grads Quinn Beauchesne, Nepean Raiders Tristan Boudreau, Renfrew Wolves Maasilan Etchart, Rockland Nationa

Top U16 (2007) Teams in Ontario: London Jr. Knights

The London Jr. Knights, unfortunately, capped off the past season as the 19th-ranked team in Ontario. London won the 2019-20 Alliance Championship and was ranked as high as the second-best team in Ontario.  London's showing this season was due to the loss of two players, Ryan Roobroeck and Ethan Weir. Both players suited up for the 2006 team, although back for the 2022-23 season. After, both were denied early access to the OHL with exceptional status. Ryan Roobroeck is an exceptional player. He was second in points last season playing with 2006-born-players. In 35 Alliance games, he recorded 82 points, leading his entire team. Roobroeck and the Knights competed in the 2022 OHL Cup, where he scored seven points in just five games. Ethan Weir is another player that can turn a team around. The youngster scored 42 points in 35 Alliance games. He has more points than OHL third-round pick Broden McConnell-Barker and just less than first-round pick Jett Luchanko. Look out for the London J