SNAPSHOTS: Three Senators will suit up for U.S. team at world championship

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Three members of the Ottawa Senators will have the opportunity to represent their country at the upcoming World Championship. Brady Tkachuk, Colin White, and Chris Tierney have been selected to join the United States team for the highly anticipated tournament.

Tkachuk, who recently completed his second season with the Senators, has proven himself to be a valuable asset on the ice. The 20-year-old forward recorded 44 points in 71 games this season and has quickly become a fan favorite in Ottawa. This will be Tkachuk’s first time representing the United States at the World Championship.

Joining Tkachuk on the U.S. team is fellow forward Colin White. The 22-year-old had a breakout season with the Senators, tallying 41 points in 71 games. White has previously represented the United States at the World Junior Championship and will now have the opportunity to showcase his skills on the international stage once again.

Rounding out the trio of Senators on the U.S. team is center Chris Tierney. The 24-year-old had a solid first season with Ottawa, recording 48 points in 81 games. Tierney has previous experience playing for the United States at the World Championship, having represented his country in 2018.

The World Championship, which will take place in Slovakia from May 10 to 26, will feature some of the best hockey players from around the world. It is a highly anticipated event for both players and fans alike, and the inclusion of these three Senators on the U.S. team only adds to the excitement.

This opportunity to represent their country at the World Championship is a testament to the hard work and dedication of Tkachuk, White, and Tierney. The Senators organization is proud to have these talented players on their roster and wishes them the best of luck as they compete on the international stage.

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