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Maple Leafs goalie prospect Joseph Woll named to USA Hockey’s WJSS

The World Junior Summer Showcase is this August, and Woll will be the veteran of the four goalies invited.

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USA Hockey announced their roster for the World Junior Summer Showcase this August in Plymouth, Michigan. Joseph Woll, drafted 62nd overall in the 2016 draft by the Toronto Maple Leafs, is one of four goalies invited.

The other three goalies are all 2017 draft-eligible, and include Jake Oettinger, ranked as a potential first round pick. The other two are Keith Petruzzelli and Dylan St. Cyr. Both Woll and Oettinger attended last year’s camp.

Woll went on to play in last year’s WJC for the USA, starting two games and finishing the tournament with a .935 save percentage and a gold medal. He plays for Boston College and had a .913 save percentage there this season in 34 games.

The full USA roster is available at the USA Hockey site, and the schedule for the event is also ready for you to plan your summer trip to Michigan.