Two holdovers from last year's fourth place finisher at the World Junior Championship, Aleksander Barkov and Rasmus Ristolainen, will be on display for NHL scouts next week as Finland brings their 24-man roster to Lake Placid, NY to take part in USA's National Junior Development Camp. The duo are currently among consensus top-10 picks for the 2013 draft. In fact, 25% of Finland's tournament roster will be eligible next June.

The 6'2" Barkov recorded a game winning goal and three assists at the 2012 event, while Ristolainen contributed three helpers, eight shots on goal, and plenty of blueline poise. Both played big roles in SM-liiga last season and are locks for the 2013 U20 tournament.

Joining them as 2013 eligibles in Finland's camp are forwards Artturi Lehkonen, Jusso Ikonen, and Saku Salminen, as well as goaltender Janne Juvonen.

The rising Lehkonen enters the summer after a strong performance at the U18's where he led all scorers with seven goals as Finland skated to a fourth-place finish. Ikonen, who recorded just one assist in five games at the U18s, should rebound in front of scouts with his explosive blend of speed and skill. Scouts will be looking to see if the hard-working Salminen has improved his footwork following a five-point (0-5-5) effort at the U18s.

After opening the week with a contest versus USA Blue (split), the Finns will play two games each against Sweden and the United States before heading back across the pond to prepare for their club team seasons.