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2015 National Junior Evaluation Camp: Day 6

By USAHockey.com, 08/05/15, 7:15AM EDT

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LAKE PLACID, N.Y. — Team USA returned to the ice this morning (Aug. 5) after receiving a day off from game competition yesterday at the 2015 USA Hockey National Junior Evaluation Camp in Lake Placid, New York.

The U.S. will face off against Finland at 4 p.m. ET tonight in the 1980 Herb Brooks Arena at the Olympic Center. The game will be streamed live at usahockey.fasthockey.com, with live stats available at worldjuniors.usahockey.com

It will be the first time the U.S. will compete in a game as one team since arriving to camp Friday. The Americans were split into two squads until roster cuts were made yesterday morning, trimming the player pool from 39 to 32. For more information on the cuts, click here.

The line charts for tonight's game can be found below.

Notes: Alex Tuch (Baldwinsville, N.Y.), a member of the 2015 U.S. National Junior Team, will no longer be participating in this week's camp for precautionary reasons.

Today's U.S. Lineups

Left Wing Center Right Wing
14 Milano 9 Turgeon 18 Schmaltz
15 Bittner 19 Matthews 17 Bracco
11 Tkachuk 27 White 22 Boeser
10 Foley 16 Eansor 25 Roslovic
13 Hitchcock
Left Defense Right Defense Goaltender
3 Werenski 8 Carlo 31 Halverson
2 Walman 4 Collins 1 Sarthou
7 Hanifin 6 Belpedio
24 Fortunato

Scratches: Luke Opilka, Kris Oldham, Caleb Jones, Charlie McAvoy, Chad Krys, Kyle Connor, Dylan Larkin, Christian Dvorak, Anders Bjork


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Date Game Time (ET)
Sat., Aug. 1 USA White vs. USA Blue Blue, 4-3
Sun., Aug. 2 USA White vs. Finland W, 5-2
USA Blue vs. Sweden L, 2-5
Mon., Aug. 3 USA Blue vs. Finland L, 3-10
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Wed., Aug. 5 USA vs. Finland W, 10-3
Thurs., Aug. 6 USA vs. Sweden L, 2-5
Sat., Aug. 8 USA vs. Finland 1 p.m.

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