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Dominic James, Wyatt Kaiser and the U.S. National Junior Team will open the second edition of the 2022 IIHF World Junior Championship against Germany on Tuesday night in Edmonton, Alberta.
The 19-year-old defenseman from Grand Rapids, Minn., will play for the Americans in the tournament, which begins Tuesday
Boisvert was a first-round pick in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, but has instead decided to play college.
The Fighting Hawks signed a four-year contract with a pair of two-year options that could take it to eight years.

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The Plante family tradition of playing athletic at UMD continues. Zam's and Max's parents, Derek and Kristi, were both standout athletes for the Bulldogs. Derek Plante is also a former UMD hockey coach.
The UND defenseman is expected to be on the squad, shooting for his second gold medal.
Derek Plante has stepped down as associate head coach of Minnesota Duluth to become an assistant coach with the Chicago Blackhawks. He'll work with three coaches who he played with during his 15-year professional career.
Minnesota Duluth's Wyatt Kaiser and Dominic James are among the 27 players USA Hockey is taking to Calgary this week for the rescheduled World Junior Championship. Two more cuts will be made before the final U.S. National Junior Team is announced.

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A resident of Hermantown and native of Cloquet, Derek Plante was a development coach for the Blackhawks from 2015-2020.
Defenseman Keaton Thompson of Devils Lake is headed to Milwaukee in the American Hockey League this season.
Bryant owns www.mattalkonline.com, which edits and produces, edits and distributes wrestling podcasts. He has worked at three Olympic Games in the sport of wrestling and lives in New Brighton. He discusses his career and more on the Huskies Hockey Insider podcast with The Rink Live's Mick Hatten.

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