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Regina Pats' Huet hoping to make Switzerland’s World Juniors roster


Regina Pats goaltender Ewan Huet will be heading to Germany to try out for Switzerland’s 2024 World Juniors roster.

Huet was one of four players from the Canadian Hockey League (CHL) named to Switzerland’s preliminary roster.

Huet, 18, is in his first season with the Pats and has posted a 6-9-0-1 record so far this season with a 3.60 goals against average and a .896 save percentage.

The 2024 World Juniors will take place in Sweden from Dec. 26 until Jan. 5.

Huet said he found out about the invite through an email.

“It’s a great feeling, honestly it’s just an honour to be part of this, when you see the notification in the email you’re just happy and more, I couldn’t be more happy,” Huet told reporters on Tuesday.

Huet said he had a few conversations with the Swiss goalie coach and had an idea of where he stood in regards to the team’s selection camp.

“It’s still always a surprise though and it was just great news.”

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