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Team Canada head coach Don Hay speaks to the media as Canada prepares for their annual selection camp in preparation for the up coming IIHF World Junior Championships in Calgary, Alta., on Saturday, Dec. 10, 2011. (Nathan Denette)
Team Canada head coach Don Hay speaks to the media as Canada prepares for their annual selection camp in preparation for the up coming IIHF World Junior Championships in Calgary, Alta., on Saturday, Dec. 10, 2011. (Nathan Denette)

Forty-two hopefuls arrive in Calgary for world junior selection camp Add to ...

Forty-two hopefuls for the Canadian junior hockey team's selection camp have descended on Calgary.

Head coach Don Hay will choose his 22-player team by Wednesday.

One invited player was unable to attend. Forward Ryan Spooner of the Kingston Frontenacs has been diagnosed with mononucleosis.

The camp roster includes four goalies, 14 defencemen and 24 forwards.

The world junior hockey championship opens Boxing Day in Edmonton and Calgary.

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