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Former IceDog to Represent Canada at IIHF World Championships

Former IceDogs defenceman Vince Dunn has been named to Hockey Canada’s roster for the upcoming IIHF Men’s World Hockey Championship coming up in May, in Copenhagen and Herning, Denmark!

Dunn, an offensive defenceman, played 183 games as an IceDog, over three seasons. In the three years he spent in Niagara, he collected 132 points, 35 goals, and 97 assists.¬†After graduating from the OHL, Dunn spent a full season with the AHL’s Chicago Wolves, before playing 75 games with the NHL’s St. Louis Blues. In his first full NHL season, he collected 24 points, 5 goals, 19 assists.

This upcoming tournament will be Dunn’s first taste of international play representing Canada. The Lindsay, ON native previously was invited to Canada’s World Junior Selection Camp, but his camp was cut short due to injury.

The entire Niagara IceDogs organization would like to congratulate Vince on being named to the roster, and wish him the best of luck in Denmark!

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