Canada East, Canada West, Russia, United States, and Czech Republic all return. Switzerland is back after a hiatus, replacing Sweden.
Canada East Edit
Adrian Ignagni, St. Michael's (OJHL); Jason Pucciarelli, Newmarket (OJHL); Randy Gazzola, Trenton (OJHL); Paul Geiger, Stouffville, (OJHL); Phil Hampton, Oakville (OJHL); Ben Hutton, Kemptville (CCHL); Kevin Lough, Cumberland (CCHL); Players: MacKenzie Weegar, Nepean (CCHL); Aidan Wright, Kingston (OJHL); Drake Caggiula, Stouffville (OJHL); Justin Danforth, Cobourg (OJHL); Jeff DiNallo, Newmarket (OJHL); Kyle Dutra, Toronto Lakeshore (OJHL); David Friedmann, Toronto (OJHL); Daniel Leavens, Newmarket, (OJHL); Patrick Megannety, Georgetown (OJHL); Daniel Milne, St. Michael's (OJHL); Michael Neville, St. Michael's (OJHL); Braedan Russell, Oakville (OJHL); Devin Shore, Whitby (OJHL); Tylor Spink, Cornwall (CCHL); Tyson Spink, Cornwall (CCHL).
Canada West Edit
Czech Republic Edit
United States Edit
For the second consecutive year, the
Canadian Junior Hockey League Prospects Game was a part of the WJAC festivities. Just like the previous three Prospects Games, the event was actually two "prospect" games with the President's Cup going to the winning goal aggregate.
Notes Date – Time – Location
1 East Prospects
Final - Shots: 30-29 EAST 11/10/2012 - 19:00 AST - Digby, NS
6 West Prospects
Final - Shots: 33-31 EAST 11/11/2012 - 14:00 AST - Yarmouth, NS
East Prospects Edit :
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