Here are some players who have looked good in the early going.
1) Will Francis – 6-4, 205 – D – Cedar Rapids- He’s an Anaheim pick committed to Minnesota Duluth. He’s very solid defensively. I like the way he strips the puck. He can break up scoring chances with his
Team USA cruised to an 9-0 win over Denmark. No surprise there. The aspect of this team that could be worrisome to the competition is their speed and size.
Kailer Yamamoto (5-8, Oilers) may be the most dangerous player in the tournament. He’s surely one of the smartest and his brief
Here's a look at the Harvard players:
18 – Adam Fox – 5-10, 185 - D - Calgary – Sharp passes to get the offense started. Good play against the wall to keep pucks in that were meant to be cleared. He plays on the PK. Has an active stick on