LAKE PLACID, N.Y. -- The first game on the final day of the USA Hockey National Evaluation Camp will feature Canada facing the United States.
Among the U.S. forward lines to watch is the trio of Quentin Shore centering Nicolas Kerdiles and Adam Erne. Erne had the game-tying goal and the shootout winner Thursday against Finland, while Kerdiles has been arguably the best American forward during the entire week of camp.
Jon Gillies will start in goal, with Anthony Stolarz backing him up.
Canada will have both of its young stars in the lineup, with 16-year-old Conner McDavid centering a line with 17-year-old Sam Reinhart. Max Domi will play the left side on that line.
Scott Laughton, who will play his first game of the tournament, will center a line with Bo Horvat and Hunter Shinkaruk. Tom Wilson, also making his camp debut, will play right wing on a line with center Nicolas Petan and left wing Brendan Leipsic.
Laughton and Wilson are the only two Canadian players to see action in just one game here.
Canada will start Jake Paterson, its third goalie from the 2013 World Junior Championship, with Eric Comrie as his backup.
Here are the full lineups for each team:
Stefan Matteau - Daniel O'Regan - Riley Barber
Nicolas Kerdiles - Quentin Shore - Adam Erne
Zach Stepan - Boo Nieves - Henrik Samuelsson
Thomas Di Pauli - Andrew Copp - Hudson Fasching
Will Butcher - Brett Pesce
Brady Skjei - Connor Carrick
Patrick Sieloff - Matthew Grzelcyk
Ian McCoshen - Steven Santini
Scratched: Michael Brodzinski, Michael McCarron, Taylor Cammarata, Tyler Motte, J.T. Compher, Connor Clifton, Jake Guentzel, Thatcher Demko
Sean Monahan - Frederik Gauthier - Curtis Lazar
Bo Horvat - Scott Laughton - Hunter Shinkaruk
Max Domi - Connor McDavid - Sam Reinhart
Brendan Leipsic - Nicolas Petan - Tom Wilson
Darnell Nurse - Mathew Dumba
Derrick Pouliot - Damon Severson
Joshua Morrissey - Dillon Heatherington
Scratched: Ryan Pulock, Matthew Finn, Anthony Mantha, Charles Hudon, Brendan Gaunce, Kerby Rychel, Slater Koekkoek, Zachary Fucale, Emile Poirier, Ryan Rupert, Mark Jankowski
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