Florida Panthers D Clay Wilson to Play for Team USA at 2011 World ChampionshipApril 15, 2011 - American Hockey League (AHL) Rochester Americans
Wilson, 27, played in 15 games with Florida this season, scoring three goals with two assists, while averaging 14:50 in ice time. The Sturgeon Lake, Minn., native placed third on the Rochester Americans (AHL) with 48 points (1236) in 66 games played. For his career in the National Hockey League, Wilson has played in 31 contests with Columbus (2007-09), Atlanta (2008-09) and Florida (2009-11), recording eight points (4+4).
Wilson, along Panthers teammate F Jack Skille, will compete for Team USA at the World Championship.
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