2015 NTDP Evaluation Camp Roster Includes 4 Illinois Natives

By USA Hockey


ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Fifty of the top American hockey players born in 1999 have been invited to USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program Evaluation Camp it was announced today by team officials. The camp, which will help select the 2015-16 U.S. National Under-17 Team, will take place March 20-24, at the Ann Arbor (Mich.) Ice Cube.



Cole Coskey (Forward) from Zion, IL

Chicago Mission Midget Minor

Sean Dhooghe (Forward) from Aurora, IL

Chicago Mission Midget Minor

Tyler Inamoto (Defense) from Lake Barrington

Shattuck-St. Mary’s

Joey Keane (Defense) from Homer Glen

Chicago Mission Midget Minor

A full roster can be found here.

The 50 players, including 17 defensemen, 27 forwards and six goaltenders, will be divided into three teams – Red, White and Blue. The squads will participate in on-ice practices and off-ice training as well as four 30-minute practice sessions and two full games. A full schedule can be found here.

NTDP alumni Kyle Lawson (New Hudson, Mich./2004-05) and Freddy Meyer (Sanbornville, N.H./1997-2000) will serve as coaches at the camp. In addition, NTDP intern assistant coaches J.D. Forrest (Auburn, N.Y./1997-2000), who is another alumnus of the NTDP, andTyler Walsh will also work behind the bench.


The 50 players on the 2015 National Team Development Program Evaluation Camp roster represent 17 different states. Minnesota leads the way with nine natives on the roster, while Michigan is second with seven. Four states each boast four players: Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

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