Dube Named Captain of Canadian World Junior Team
The Canadian National Junior Team named their team Captains for the upcoming World Juniors in Buffalo, NY.
Canada announced that Kelowna Rockets Assistant Captain Dillon Dube will serve as the Captain of Team Canada for the tournament beginning on Boxing Day.
Dube played for Canada last year at the World Juniors, recording three assists in seven games.
Dube becomes the first player from the Kelowna Rockets in team history to Captain the Canadian World Junior squad.
With Dube serving as Captain, Kale Clague, Dante Fabbro, and Victor Mete will serve as Assistant Captains.
The tournament began on Tuesday, December 26th. Canada faced off against Finland on Boxing Day.
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