Here is the press release from U.S. Hockey:
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - USA Hockey today announced that goaltender Jack Campbell (Port Huron, Mich./Windsor Spitfires) and forward Paul Gaustad (Fargo, N.D./Buffalo Sabres) have been added to the 2011 U.S. Men's National Team that will compete at the International Ice Hockey Federation World Men's Championship, April 29 - May 15, in Kosice and Bratislava, Slovakia.Campbell currently plays for the Ontario Hockey League's Windsor Spitfires and will be making his fifth Team USA appearance, having previously competed at two IIHF World Junior Championships (2011-bronze; 2010-gold) and two IIHF World Men's U18 Championships (2010-gold; 2009-gold). Campbell spent two seasons (2008-10) with USA Hockey's National Team Development Program.Gaustad, currently a member of the National Hockey League's Buffalo Sabres, will be making his Team USA debut with the U.S. Men's National Team.For Team USA's roster, click here.The U.S. will open tournament play against Austria tomorrow (April 30) at 10:15 a.m. EDT at Steel Arena in Kosice, Slovakia. The game will be broadcast live on Versus and scoring updates will be available on Twitter by following #2011WMC.NOTES: To download the U.S. Men's National Team media guide, click here ... Nine players on the roster are alumni of USA Hockey's NTDP, including Mike Brown (2001-03) Campbell, Cam Fowler (2007-09), Jack Johnson (2003-05), Mike Komisarek (1999-2000), Al Montoya (2001-02), Kevin Shattenkirk (2005-07), Jack Skille (2003-05) and Mark Stuart (2000-02) ... Overall, 17 players have U.S. national team experience, having competed in a combined six IIHF World Men's Championships (2004-06, 2008-10), 10 IIHF World Junior Championships (2001-07, 2009-11) and eight IIHF World Men's U18 Championships (2000, 2002, 2003-05, 2007, 2009-10) ... Twenty-one members of Team USA played U.S. college hockey, including two current college players ... The average age of the players is 24.3 ... The NHL's Atlanta Thrashers and St. Louis Blues each have three players on the roster, while the Florida Panthers and New York Rangers have two ... The U.S. Men's National Team's fourth-place finish at the 2009 IIHF World Men's Championship was Team USA's best finish at the tournament since capturing the bronze medal in 2004 ... The 2011 U.S. Men’s National Team is under the direction of the U.S. Men’s National Team Advisory Group, including NHL general managers Brian Burke (Toronto), Paul Holmgren (Philadelphia), Dean Lombardi (Los Angeles), David Poile (Nashville), Ray Shero (Pittsburgh) and Dale Tallon (Florida); Atlanta Thrashers president Don Waddell; and Jim Johannson, USA Hockey's assistant executive director for hockey operations. Paul Fenton, assistant general manager of the Nashville Predators and general manager of the American Hockey League's Milwaukee Admirals, will is serving as associate general manager of the 2011 U.S. Men's National Team ... Scott Gordon is head coach for the second consecutive year after leading the 2010 U.S. Men's National Team, while Greg Cronin, Phil Housley and Barry Smith are serving as assistants ... USA Hockey's international council, chaired by Tony Rossi, vice president of USA Hockey, has oversight responsibilities for all U.S. national teams ... Versus will provide live television coverage of the first six U.S. games at the 2011 IIHF World Men's Championship, as well as the semifinals and gold-medal game. For more information, visit USAHockey.com.Team USA 2011 IIHF World Men's Championship Schedule
April 29 - May 15 • Kosice & Bratislava, Slovakia
DateOpponentLocationTime (Local/EDT)/ResultsWed., April 27Austria*InnsbruckW, 3-2Sat., April 30AustriaKosice4:15 p.m./10:15 a.m.Mon., May 2NorwayKosice4:15 p.m./10:15 a.m.Wed., May 4SwedenKosice8:15 p.m./2:15 p.m.Thurs., May 5-Mon., May 9Qualification RoundKosice/BratislavaTBDThurs., May 5-Sun., May 8Relegation RoundKosice/BratislavaTBDWed., May 11-Thurs., May 12QuarterfinalsBratislavaTBDFri., May 13SemifinalsBratislavaTBDSun., May 15Bronze-Medal GameBratislava4:00 p.m./10:00 a.m. Gold-Medal GameBratislava8:30 p.m./2:30 p.m.
Arenas: Orange Arena (Bratislava); Steel Arena (Kosice)
*Pre-tournament game at Tiroler Wasserkraft Arena in Innsbruck, Austria