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Bailey, Cook out of Prospects Game with injuries

Friday, 09.28.2012 / 11:35 AM

By Adam Kimelman - NHL.com Deputy Managing Editor / All-American Prospects Game Blog

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Bailey, Cook out of Prospects Game with injuries

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Injuries will force forwards Justin Bailey and Dawson Cook to skip the CCM/USA Hockey All-American Prospects Game on Saturday here at First Niagara Center.

With the game so close, each team will skate with 11 forwards.

Bailey, a center with the Kitchener Rangers of the Ontario Hockey League, was scheduled to play for Team McClanahan. Rated as an A player to watch in NHL Central Scouting's preliminary players-to-watch list, is scoreless in three games this season, with four penalty minutes. Playing for the Pat Lafontaine-coached Long Island Royals last season, the 6-foot-3.25, 194-pound forward had 21 goals and 34 points in 22 games.

Cook, a left wing with the U.S. National Team Development Program Under-18 team, had been assigned to Team Housley. Rated a C player to watch, Cook has one goal in three preseason games. Last season, he had two goals and 10 assists in 54 games for the USNTDP U-17 team.

Here are the updated rosters for both teams:

TEAM MCCLANAHAN

GOALIES-- Evan Cowley, Wichita Falls (NAHL); Calvin Peterson, Waterloo (USHL)
DEFENSEMEN-- Gage Ausmus, USNTDP U-18 (USHL); Will Butcher, USNTDP U-18 (USHL); Trevor Hamilton, USNTDP U-18 (USHL); Seth Jones, Portland (WHL); Clint Lewis, USNTDP U-18 (USHL); Dakota Mermis, University of Denver (WCHA)
FORWARDS-- Taylor Cammarata, Waterloo (USHL); Cole Cassels, Oshawa (OHL); Austin Farley, University of Minnesota-Duluth (WCHA); Hudson Fasching, USNTDP U-18 (USHL); Ryan Fitzgerald, Valley (EJHL); Luke Johnson, Lincoln (USHL); Matt Lane, Boston University (HEA); Jimmy Lodge, Saginaw (OHL); Mike McCarron, USNTDP U-18 (USHL); Jacob Montgomery, Sioux City (USHL); Quentin Shore, University of Denver (WCHA)

TEAM HOUSLEY

GOALIES-- Hunter Miska, USNTDP U-18 (USHL); Eamon McAdam, Waterloo (USHL)
DEFENSEMEN-- Cody Corbett, Edmonton (WHL); Mike Downing, Dubuque (USHL); Ian McCoshen, Waterloo (USHL); Steve Santini, USNTDP U-18 (USHL); Scott Savage, USNTDP U-18 (USHL); Keaton Thompson, USNTDP U-18 (USHL)
FORWARDS-- Evan Allen, USNTDP U-18 (USHL); J.T. Compher, USNTDP U-18 (USHL); Ryan Hartman, Plymouth (OHL); Tyler Kelleher, USNTDP U-18 (USHL); Anthony Louis, USNTDP U-18 (USHL); Sean Malone, USNTDP U-18 (USHL); Tyler Motte, USNTDP U-18 (USHL); Ross Olsson, Lincoln (USHL); Devin Tringale, Valley (EJHL); Frank Vatrano, Boston College (HEA); Will Merchant, University of Maine (HEA).

Contact Adam Kimelman at akimelman@nhl.com. Follow him on Twitter: @NHLAdamK

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