Travis Sanheim of Elkhorn was held pointless on Friday as the Canadian junior men’s hockey team closed out its development camp schedule with a 5-2 loss to the Czech Republic in Montreal.
Sanheim, a defenceman with the WHL’s Calgary Hitmen, was on the third blue-line pairing with Samuel Morin, who had an assist in the game.
Bo Horvat and Connor McDavid scored for Canada, which went 3-1 in the event. David Pastrnak had two goals and an assist for the Czechs, while David Kampf, Tomas Dvorak and Patrik Zdrahal added singles.
Brandon Wheat King right-winger Jayce Hawryluk is also in Canada’s camp, but didn’t play on Friday.
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Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition August 9, 2014