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World Juniors Camp Begins in Boston

By Rachel Schwartz -, 12/17/14, 7:00AM EST


Team USA's Speed on Display During First Practice

BOSTON - The 30 players vying for a spot on the 2015 U.S. National Junior Team gathered here today at Walter Brown Arena at Boston University for the starting of training camp, with a focus on finding line chemistry among other goals.

Head Coach Mark Osiecki put an emphasis on speed drills and had the players flying up and down the ice. He also used the first day's meetings and practice to install the style of play the U.S. will play in the upcoming IIHF World Junior Championship.

We spoke with Osiecki, Jeremy Bracco, Noah Hanifin and Auston Matthews about the day's action.

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