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U.S. National Junior Evaluation Camp wraps up

by Torie Peterson / Calgary Flames

CALGARY, AB -- The 2012 U.S. National Junior Evaluation Camp wrapped up on Saturday in Lake Placid, NY with Team USA falling 3-2 to Finland in OT.

Flames prospect Jon Gillies was in net for Americans, splitting the goaltending duties with Anthony Stolarz. Gillies played 32:47 and faced 17 shots. He allowed three goals in the loss.

Blueliner Patrick Sieloff also dressed for the final exhibition camp. He skated alongside Garrett Haar. He was pointless in the camp and picked up two penalty minutes in the two games he played.

Winger Johnny Gaudreau was a scratch on Saturday after dressing for the previous two games. During those outings, he scored two goals and three points. He played a top-six role at camp and spent a lot of time playing alongside Alex Galchenyuk.

Gillies is off to Providence College in the fall and is expected to be the Friars starting netminder. Sieloff has opted to go to the OHL rather than head down the NCAA route. He'll play for Windsor Spitfires in the fall. Gaudreau is headed back to Boston College.

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