Found December 04, 2012 on Days of Y'Orr:
Dougie Hamilton (2012 1st round, pick 9), Malcom Subban (2012 1st round, pick 24) and Anthony Camara (2011 3rd round, pick 81) have been named to Team Canada's Preliminary World Juniors roster.  Hamilton is currently killing it in the OHL right now and it even furthers my frustration about the NHL Lockout. There was a chance that Hamilton would've played for the Bruins this year. Either way, he's currently 12th overall in scoring for the Niagara IceDogs. In 30 games, Dougie has 7 goals and 32 assists (39 points). It probably doesn't hurt that Ryan Strome is leading the OHL in scoring (and happens to be his teammate) with 20 goals and 39 assists (59 points).  Subban is having an equally impressive season with the Belleville Bulls. If you missed his new mask back in October, check it out before going on. It's ******* slick. In 24 games for Belleville, Subban has posted a 13-7-3 record, a 2.23 goals against average and a .931 save percentage. Both his GAA an...
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