Mark
Dubreuil
December 27, 2021

Cooley highlights All-American Prospect Game rosters

Logan Cooley and Rutger McGroarty of the US National Team Development Program headline the rosters announced by USA Hockey for the 2022 BioSteel All-American game.

The game is set for Jan. 17 at USA Hockey Arena in Plymouth, Michigan. Game time is scheduled to start at 4 p.m. ET.

Cooley, No. 5 in FCHockey’s Winter ranking for the 2022 NHL Draft, is currently representing Team USA at the 2022 IIHF World Junior Championship. He has 30 points (14 goals, 16 assists) in 20 games with the NTDP this season, and eight points (four goals, four assists) in seven games in USHL action.

McGroarty has 26 points (12 goals, 14 assists) in 21 games.

The All-American Prospects Game will feature the top US-born prospects for the 2022 NHL Entry Draft. For the first time ever, players from both the NTDP and the USHL will be divided amongst two teams. 

The All-American game has featured 50 first round selections, with five from the 2021 NHL Draft; Matthew Beniers (No. 2, Seattle), Cole Sillinger (No. 12, Columbus), Matthew Coronato (13, Calgary), Chaz Lucius (No. 18, Winnipeg) and Mackie Samoskevich (No. 24, Florida). 

Twenty different states will be represented at this year’s showcase, with 11 players hailing from Minnesota attending.

In all, 16 players participating are listed in the FCHockey Winter ranking for the 2022 draft.

Here are the two rosters for the 2022 BioSteel All-American game: 

TEAM BLUE

Paxton Geisel – G – Dubuque Fighting Saints (2022 eligible)
Dylan Silverstein – G – U.S. National U18 Team (2022 eligible)
Vincent Borgesi – D – Tri-City Storm (2022 eligible)
Damien Carfagna – D – Green Bay Gamblers (2022 eligible, overager)
Ryan Chesley – D – U.S. National U18 Team (2022 eligible, FCHockey rank: 16)
Jackson Dorrington – D – Des Moines Buccaneers (2022 eligible)
Jake Livanavage – D – Chicago Steel (2022 eligible, FCHockey rank: 93)
Kaden Muir – D – U.S. National U18 Team (2022 eligible)
Seamus Powell – D – U.S. National U18 Team (2022 eligible)
Sam Rinzel – D – Waterloo Black Hawks (2022 eligible)
Cutter Gauthier – F – U.S. National U18 Team (2022 eligible, FCHockey rank: 25)
Sam Harris – F – Sioux Falls Stampede (2022 eligible)
Jack Harvey – F – Chicago Steel (2022 eligible, overager)
Tyler Haskins – F – Madison Capitols (2022 eligible, overager)
Cole Knuble – F – Fargo Force (2022 eligible, FCHockey rank: 56)
Cruz Lucius – F – U.S. National U18 Team (2022 eligible, FCHockey rank: 57)
Cameron Lund – F – Green Bay Gamblers (2022 eligible)
Rutger McGroarty – F – U.S. National U18 Team (2022 eligible, FCHockey rank: 10)
Frank Nazar – F – U.S. National U18 Team (2022 eligible, FCHockey rank: 12)
Zam Plante – F – Chicago Steel (2022 eligible)
Jimmy Snuggerud – F – U.S. National U18 Team (2022 eligible, FCHockey rank: 48)
Jared Wright – F – Omaha Lancers (2022 eligible, overager)

TEAM WHITE

Gibson Homer – G – Chicago Steel (2022 eligible)
Tyler Muszelik – G – U.S. National U18 Team (2022 eligible)
Garrett Brown – D – Sioux City Musketeers (2022 eligible)
Seamus Casey – D – U.S. National U18 Team (2022 eligible, FCHockey rank: 14)
Tyler Duke – D – U.S. National U18 Team (2022 eligible, FCHockey rank: 75)
Ryan Healey – D – Sioux Falls Stampede (2022 eligible)
Lane Hutson – D – U.S. National U18 Team (2022 eligible, FCHockey rank: 40)
Charlie Leddy – D – U.S. National U18 Team (2022 eligible)
Hunter McDonald – D – Omaha Lancers (2022 eligible, overager)
Luke Mittelstadt – D – Madison Capitols (2022 eligible, overager)
Brady Berard – F – U.S. National U18 Team (2022 eligible)
Kenny Connors – F – Dubuque Fighting Saints (2022 eligible, overager)
Logan Cooley – F – U.S. National U18 Team (2022 eligible, FCHockey rank: 5)
Quinn Finley – F – Madison Capitols (2022 eligible)
Maddox Fleming – F – Sioux Falls Stampede (2022 eligible, FCHockey rank: 63)
Stephen Halliday – F – Dubuque Fighting Saints (2022 eligible, overager)
Marek Hejduk – F – U.S. National U18 Team (2022 eligible)
Isaac Howard – F – U.S. National U18 Team (2022 eligible, FCHockey rank: 17)
Devin Kaplan – F – U.S. National U18 Team (2022 eligible, FCHockey rank: 68)
Connor Kurth – F – Dubuque Fighting Saints (2022 eligible, overager)
Cole Spicer – F – U.S. National U18 Team (2022 eligible, FCHockey rank: 92)
Gleb Veremyev – F – Lincoln Stars (2022 eligible, overager)

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