2010 U.S. National Junior Team Preliminary Roster                                                                  
GOALTENDERS (2)         
Name                     Ht       Wt     Birthdate       Hometown                    2009-10 Team (League)
Jack Campbell        6-2        185       1/9/92            Port Huron, Mich.              U.S. National Under-18 Team
Mike Lee                6-1        195       10/5/90          Roseau, Minn.                   St. Cloud State
 
DEFENSEMEN (11)
John Carlson          6-3        210        1/10/90         Colonia, N.J.                       Hershey Bears (AHL)
Matt Donovan         6-0        190         5/9/90          Edmond, Okla.                    Denver
Justin Faulk           5-11      195         3/20/92         South St. Paul, Minn.          U18 Team USNTDP
Cam Fowler            6-2       198        12/5/91          Farmington Hills, Mich.        Windsor Spitfires (OHL)
Jake Gardiner         6-2       200         7/4/90           Minnetonka, Minn.               Wisconsin
Brian Lashoff           6-3      204         7/16/90         Albany, N.Y.                        Kingston Frontenacs (OHL)
Jon Merrill               6-3      200         2/3/92           Brighton, Mich.                     U18 USNTDP)
John Moore            6-2       200        11/19/90         Winnetka, Ill.                       Kitchener Rangers (OHL)
Max Nicastro          6-2     189          3/2/90           Thousand Oaks, Calif.           Boston University (HEA)
John Ramage         6-0      195         2/7/91            St. Louis, Mo.                       Wisconsin
David Warsofsky     5-9     170         5/30/90           Marshfield, Mass.                  Boston University (HEA)
 
FORWARDS (16)
Ryan Bourque        5-8      170          1/3/91           Boxford, Mass.                      Quebec Remparts (QMJHL)
Chris Brown           6-2      191          2/3/91           Houston, Texas                      Michigan (CCHA)
Jerry D’Amigo         5-11    200         2/19/91          Binghamton, N.Y.                   Rensselaer PI (ECACH)
A.J. Jenks              6-2      205         6/27/90          Wolverine Lake, Mich.            Plymouth Whalers (OHL)
Tyler Johnson^        5-8     171          7/29/90          Spokane, Wash.                    Spokane Chiefs (WHL)
Chris Kreider           6-2     206         4/30/91          Boxford, Mass.                       Boston College (HEA)
Danny Kristo^          6-0     184         6/18/90          Eden Prairie, Minn.                 North Dakota (WCHA)
Philip McRae           6-3    198         3/15/90           Chesterfield, Mo.                    London Knights (OHL)
Jeremy Morin           6-1    196          4/16/91         Auburn, N.Y.                           Kitchener Rangers (OHL)
Kyle Palmieri          5-11   196          2/1/91           Montvale, N.J.                         Notre Dame (CCHA)
Vinny Saponari         6-0   190          2/15/90          Powder Springs, Ga.               Boston University (HEA)
Jordan Schroeder^%  5-9   185         9/29/90          Prior Lake, Minn.                     Minnesota
Derek Stepan            6-1   183         6/18/90          Hastings, Minn.                       Wisconsin
Luke Walker             6-1   185         2/19/90           Portland, Ore.                        Portland Winterhawks (WHL)
David Wohlberg         6-1   192         7/18/90          South Lyon, Mich.               Michigan (CCHA)                    
Jason Zucker            5-10  180         1/16/92         Las Vegas, Nev.                       U18 USNTDP
 
^2009 U.S. National Junior Team Member           %2008 U.S. National Junior Team Member
 
There are 13 college players on the preliminary roster; Wisconsin and Boston University has three apiece. The Gophers usually have three or four. Not this year.
 
The players will be a a mini-camp at the Ralph in Grand Forks from Dec. 17-18. Univ. of Nebraska-Omaha coach Dean Blais is the team's head coach.
 
Here is how the roster breaks down:
 
WCHA: seven
OHL players: six
USNTDP and Hockey East: four
CCHA: three
WHL: two
ECAC, AHL, QMJHL: one
 
By state:
Minnesotans: six
Michigan: four
Massachusetts, New York: three
Missouri, New Jersey: two
California, Georgia, Illinois, Nevada, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, Washington: one