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Drew DeRidder

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Adam Samuelsson

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Trevor Janicke

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Gavin Hain

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Tyler Weiss

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Ty Emberson

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Jake Wise

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Jack DeBoer

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Bode Wilde

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Erik Middendorf

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Jonathan Gruden

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Oliver Wahlstrom

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K'Andre Miller

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Jake Pivonka

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Mattias Samuelsson

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Patrick Giles

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Spencer Stastney

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DJ King

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Joel Farabee

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Jonathan Mor

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Jack Hughes

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Seth Appert

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Kirk Culik

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Nick Fohr

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Mason Graddock

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Carrie Keil

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Darryl Nelson

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Kris Nolt

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Thomas Speer

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Mason Graddock Intern Assistant Coach

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Mason Graddock enters the 2017-18 season, his second with the National Team Development Program, as an intern assistant coach for the U.S. National Under-18 Team. 

Prior to joining the NTDP coaching staff, Graddock spent the 2015-16 season as an intern assistant coach at the University of Notre Dame where he was involved in team preparations and game plans, scouting and assisting with on-ice practices and in-game adjustments of both Notre Dame and its opponents, including matchups and strategy.

Previously, Graddock spent four seasons as an assistant men’s ice hockey coach at Middlebury (Vt.) College. With the Panthers, Graddock was responsible for player development, recruiting and special teams systems.

Graddock played four seasons of ice hockey at Middlebury (2005-09), helping the team to the NCAA Division III national championship his freshman year.