Trying to Find the Record Breakers

Taylor Hall and Canada's new cheer at Regina, Saskatchewan for the 2010 World Juniors training camp.

In the capital of Canada's province of Saskatchewan, the prospects for the 2010 World Juniors gather to impress the management and coaching staff for a spot on the team that could break all records.

Earlier today, Team Canada played their second intersquad game.  After the first horn, the Red team led the game 2-1 with goals from Brandom McMillan and Nazem Kadri.  Greg Nemisz contributing the lone White team goal.

Second period, scoring would pick up a bit.  Luke Adam and Ryan Ellis net two more goals for the White team to get their first lead.  Jordan Eberle and Gabriel Bourque stamped out the White team's lead with two goals for the Red.

White team picked it up a notch in the third.  Adam Henrique would net two while Greg Nemisz put it a goal of his own to give the White team the 6-4 win over the Red.

(Matt Hackett (Plymouth Whalers) comes into practice with a very, very nice mask)

(Adam Henrique, Taylor Hall, and Brandon Kozun wait to take their turn at a drill)

(Possible #1 in the 2010 Entry Draft, Taylor Hall, takes a shot at practice)

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