Dave Cameron named Canada's World Juniors coach

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Former Ottawa Senators bench boss Dave Cameron has been named head coach for Team Canada at the World Junior Championship, Hockey Canada announced Wednesday.

Cameron was previously head coach of the team at the 2011 tourney in Buffalo, where Canada captured a silver medal.

Joining Cameron's staff this time around are assistants Michael Dyck, Louis Robitaille, Dennis Williams, and goaltending consultant Olivier Michaud.

In two seasons as coach of the Senators from 2014-16, Cameron piloted the squad to a 70-50-17 record. The 62-year-old most recently served as head coach of the Vienna Capitals in Austria.

Cameron is also reportedly being named head coach of the OHL's Ottawa 67's. He is succeeding new Arizona Coyotes coach Andre Tourigny in both positions.

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