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Luongo, Hamhuis invited to Hockey Canada camp

by Staff Writer / Vancouver Canucks

Vancouver, B.C. - Vancouver Canucks goaltender Roberto Luongo and defenceman Dan Hamhuis have been invited to attend Canada’s National Men’s Team orientation camp from August 25-28, in Calgary, Alberta. Luongo and Hamhuis are among 47 players selected for the camp as candidates for the 2014 Olympic Winter Games.

The camp roster includes five goaltenders, 17 defencemen and 25 forwards. The list of players includes 38 players with senior international experience, either at the Olympics, IIHF World Championship or World Cup of Hockey/Canada Cup, while 46 of the 47 players have international experience.

Luongo, 34, has medalled for Team Canada on seven occasions, most recently backstopping Canada to a gold medal at the 2010 Winter Olympics. The Montreal, Quebec, native currently ranks 17th all-time among goaltenders in NHL history for most wins (348) and 15th for most shutouts (62).

Hamhuis, 30, has represented Team Canada on seven occasions, most recently at the 2013 World Championships where he joined Canada for three games, collecting an assist on an overtime game-winning goal against the Czech Republic. Hamhuis led all Canucks defencemen in scoring in the 2012.13 season, collecting 24 points (4-20-24) in 47 games.

CANADA’S NATIONAL MEN’S ORIENTATION CAMP SELECTIONS

Goaltenders (5)

Corey Crawford (Montreal, Que./Chicago, NHL)

Braden Holtby (Lloydminster, Sask./Washington, NHL)

Roberto Luongo (Montreal, Que./Vancouver, NHL)

Carey Price (Anahim Lake, B.C./Montreal, NHL)

Mike Smith (Kingston, Ont./Phoenix, NHL)

Defencemen (17)

Karl Alzner (Burnaby, B.C./Washington, NHL)

Jay Bouwmeester (Edmonton, Alta./St. Louis, NHL)

Dan Boyle (Ottawa, Ont./San Jose, NHL)

Drew Doughty (London, Ont./Los Angeles, NHL)

Mike Green (Calgary, Alta./Washington, NHL)

Dan Hamhuis (Smithers, B.C./Vancouver, NHL)

Travis Hamonic (St. Malo, Man./NY Islanders, NHL)

Duncan Keith (Penticton, B.C./Chicago, NHL)

Kristopher Letang (Ste-Julie, Que./Pittsburgh, NHL)

Marc Methot (Ottawa, Ont./Ottawa, NHL)

Dion Phaneuf (Edmonton, Alta./Toronto, NHL)

Alex Pietrangelo (King City, Ont./St. Louis, NHL)

Brent Seabrook (Tsawwassen, B.C./Chicago, NHL)

Marc Staal (Thunder Bay, Ont./N.Y. Rangers, NHL)

PK Subban (Toronto, Ont./Montreal, NHL)

Marc-Edouard Vlasic (Montreal, Que./San Jose, NHL)

Shea Weber (Sicamous, B.C./Nashville, NHL)

Forwards (25)

Patrice Bergeron (Sillery, Que./Boston, NHL)

Jeff Carter (London, Ont./Philadelphia, NHL)

Logan Couture (London, Ont./San Jose, NHL)

Sidney Crosby (Cole Harbour, N.S./Pittsburgh, NHL)

Matt Duchene (Haliburton, Ont./Colorado, NHL)

Jordan Eberle (Regina, Sask./Edmonton, NHL)

Ryan Getzlaf (Regina, Sask./Anaheim, NHL)

Claude Giroux (Ottawa, Ont./Philadelphia, NHL)

Taylor Hall (Kingston, Ont./Edmonton, NHL)

Chris Kunitz (Regina, Sask./Pittsburgh, NHL)

Andrew Ladd (Maple Ridge, B.C./Winnipeg, NHL)

Milan Lucic (Vancouver, B.C./Boston, NHL)

Brad Marchand (Hammonds Plains, N.S./Boston, NHL)

Rick Nash (Brampton, Ont./NY Rangers, NHL)

James Neale (Whitby, Ont./Pittsburgh, NHL)

Corey Perry (Peterborough, Ont./Anaheim, NHL)

Michael Richards (Kenora, Ont./Los Angeles, NHL)

Patrick Sharp (Thunder Bay, Ont./Chicago, NHL)

Eric Staal (Thunder Bay, Ont./Carolina, NHL)

Jordan Staal (Thunder Bay, Ont./Carolina, NHL)

Martin St. Louis (Laval, Que./Tampa Bay, NHL)

Steven Stamkos (Unionville, Ont./Tampa Bay, NHL)

John Tavares (Oakville, Ont./NY Islanders, NHL)

Joe Thornton (St. Thomas, Ont./San Jose, NHL)

Jonathan Toews (Winnipeg, Man./Chicago, NHL)

For more information on Canada’s National Men’s Team and other Hockey Canada programs, visit www.hockeycanada.ca.

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