USA's Lockwood out for WJHC with upper-body injury
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Team USA will be down a forward for the remainder of the World Junior Hockey Championship.

Coach Bob Motzko confirmed that winger William Lockwood won't suit up again this tournament as he's sidelined with an upper-body injury.

Lockwood sustained the injury in Friday's shootout win over Team Canada. He has two penalty minutes and a minus-1 rating through three round-robin games.

The Vancouver Canucks selected Lockwood with the 64th pick in 2016. He's tallied 11 points in 16 games with the University of Michigan this season.

USA's Lockwood out for WJHC with upper-body injury
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