Surprisingly, the U.S.A. Men’s Olympic hockey team for the upcoming Olympic Games in Vancouver contains just two less OHL alumni than Team Canada. The five former OHLers on the U.S. squad are certainly in the upper echelon of the team. For the full Team U.S.A. roster, click here. The OHL representation on the U.S. Team is proof that the world comes to Ontario to develop their hockey skills in the best program on the globe.
Those five players are:
Dustin Brown of the Los Angeles Kings and formerly of the Guelph Storm.
Ryan Callahan of the New York Rangers and formerly of the Guelph Storm.
Patrick Kane of the Chicago Blackhawks and formerly of the London Knights.
Jamie Langenbrunner of the New Jersey Devils and formerly of the Peterborough Petes.
Bobby Ryan of the Anaheim Ducks and formerly of the Owen Sound Attack.