Former NHLers Mike Knuble and Scott Gomez were named honorary coaches for the BioSteel All-American Game at USA Hockey Arena in Plymouth on Jan. 20.

The game features top prospects for the 2020 NHL Draft in Montreal on June 26-27.

Knuble, a member of the Red Wings' 1997–98 Stanley Cup championship team, a part of the organization during the 1996–97 Cup team and an assistant coach with the Grand Rapids Griffins, will coach the National Team Development Program Under-18 team.

Scott Gomez, a two-time Stanley Cup champion with the New Jersey Devils in 1999-2000 and 2002-2003, will be behind the bench for the draft-eligible players from the United States Hockey League, which had 31 players selected in last year's NHL draft.


(National Team Development Program)

►Goalies: Drew Commesso, Noah Grannan

►Defensemen: Brock Faber, Owen Gallatin, Connor Kelley, Tyler Kleven, Daniel Laatsch, Eamon Powell, Jake Sanderson, Jacob Truscott

►Forwards: Brett Berard, Matthew Beniers, Thomas Bordeleau, Daniyal Dzhaniyev, Zakary Karpa, Tanner Latsch, Hunter McKown, Dylan Peterson, Landon Slaggert, Ty Smilanic, Hunter Strand, Luke Tuch, Chase Yoder


(United States Hockey League)

►Goalies: Aidan McCarthy, Dubuque; Logan Stein, Waterloo

►Defensemen: Noah Ellis, Des Moines; Alex Gagne, Cedar Rapids; Hank Kempf, Muskegon; Ben Meehan, Cedar Rapids; Mitchell Miller, Tri-City; Luke Reid, Chicago

►Forwards: Carson Bantle, Madison; Ryan Beck, Dubuque; Brendan Brisson, Chicago; Nick Capone, Tri-City; Sam Colangelo, Chicago; Sean Farrell, Chicago; Gunnarwolfe Fontaine, Chicago; Alexandros Gaffney, Muskegon; Patrick Guzzo, Waterloo; Alex Laferriere, Des Moines; Ryder Rolston, Waterloo; Wyatt Schingoethe, Waterloo