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MONTREAL, QC - MARCH 21: Goaltender Jeremy Swayman #1 of the Boston Bruins looks at his helmet during the second period against the Montreal Canadiens at Centre Bell on March 21, 2022 in Montreal, Canada. The Boston Bruins defeated the Montreal Canadiens 3-2 in overtime. (Photo by Minas Panagiotakis/Getty Images)

There’s no such thing as too much hockey for Bruins netminder Jeremy Swayman.

Even after a career-high four straight starts in Boston’s first-round series with the Hurricanes, and after the heaviest workload of his entire hockey career (41 games, or about 2,400 minutes in the crease), the 23-year-old has decided that more hockey is indeed on the menu, as he’ll join Team USA’s roster for the 2022 World Championships in Finland.

Swayman’s addition to the American roster comes after a 2021-22 campaign that included 23 wins, a .914 save percentage, and 2.41 goals against average in 41 games (39 starts). Swayman was at his best for the Bruins in 2021-22 during the month of February, which came with a 5-1-1 and lethal .960 save percentage, and earned Swayman Rookie of the Month honors.

The 23-year-old Swayman joins a USA squad featuring Jon Gillies, Strauss Mann, and Alex Nedeljkovic in goal.

This will be the Alaskan-born Swayman’s second time representing his country on the international stage, as he helped Team USA capture a bronze medal at the 2018 IIHF World Junior Championship.

Swayman is expected to arrive in Finland for the May 19 head-to-head with Great Britain, according to USA Hockey.

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