Just as Head Coach John Tortorella was named Associate Coach of the U.S. Men's Olympic Hockey Team yester, three of his players were named to the camp roster today.
Scott Gomez, Chris Drury, and Ryan Callahan were among the 34 players asked to participate in the camp to determine the roster for this year's 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
Brian Burke exclaimed that the US would be major "under dogs" and the "youngest team there."
One name that was left off was Brandon Dubinsky. The Alaskan-native had a strong season and seemed a definite possibility for the upcoming camp.
This will be Drury's third go at the Olympics as he participated in 2001-02, and 2005-06.
Gomez was part of the 2006 Olympic roster and also played in the World Hockey Championships.
This will be Callahan's first international event.
More to come including Day 2 from Prospect's Camp where media was denied access given tomorrow's "D-Day" for free agency.
Stick around to see what Sather and his staff were mulling behind closed doors...