Freshmen Fabbro, Jost among 32 invited to selection camp for World Junior Championship team.

Dante Fabbro (left) and Tyson Jost (right) were teammates last year with the BCHL’s Penticton Vees.
Two of college hockey’s top freshmen – Boston University defenseman Dante Fabbro and North Dakota forward Tyson Jost – are among the 32 players invited to Canada’s World Junior Championship selection camp, Hockey Canada announced Tuesday.
Fabbro and Jost – teammates last season on the BCHL’s Penticton Vees – were both first-round picks in the 2016 NHL Draft.
Canada’s selection camp will take place Dec. 10-14 in Blainville, Que. At the conclusion of the camp, 22 players will be selected to represent Canada in the 2017 World Junior Championship that will be held in Toronto and Montreal.
Fabbro has 6 points in 12 games for Boston University this fall, highlighted by a one-goal, two-assist effort in his last outing, last Tuesday against Harvard. The Nashville Predators draft pick leads all NCAA freshmen defensemen with 3 power-play goals, ranks tied for seventh at +7 and eighth with 29 shots on goal.
Jost, a Colorado pick, has averaged a point per game though 15 games at North Dakota (5 goals, 10 assists). His 51 shots on goal rank second among all freshmen and his +9 rating ranks tied for sixth.
Fabbro’s BU teammate, Brandon Hickey, was the lone NCAA representative on the Canadian World Junior roster last season.

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