The 5 Biggest Surprises of the WJC

The 5 Biggest Surprises of the WJC

In Monday’s gold medal game, Canada survived a nail-biter to win their first gold since 2009. The 2015 tournament ended up being a very low-scoring, tight defensive one compared to […]

(John Kenney Montreal Gazette)

WJC Attendance: A Tale of Two Cities

The 2015 World Junior Hockey Championship comes to a close Monday night and already there seems to be some uncertainty about the International Ice Hockey Federation’s 2017 edition of the […]

Canada-Russia: Gold Medal Game Prediction

Canada-Russia: Gold Medal Game Prediction

On the final day of the 2015 World Junior Championships, the medals will be handed out to the deserving teams. It’s been a very interesting tournament so far to say […]

Dallas Stars WJC Prospect Update

Dallas Stars WJC Prospect Update

Stars prospects Julius Honka and Aleksi Makela represented their home country of Finland at the 2015 WJC.  Despite their efforts, rival country Sweden eliminated Finland 6-3 in the Quarterfinals on […]

Canada to Blame for USA’s Meltdowns

Canada to Blame for USA’s Meltdowns

Team USA saw their World Juniors hopes come to an end Friday after losing their quarterfinal match to Russia 3-2. The game was close and ultimately decided by a fluky […]

Oskar Lindblom at Philadelphia Flyers development camp. [Photo: Amy Irvin]

WJC is Oskar Lindblom’s Coming Out Party

The World Junior Championships always start with a few exhibition games. Sweden first faced Canada on December 21st where they were outplayed in a 5-2 loss. Things didn’t get any […]

Alex Tuch (Photo: Tom Sorensen)

Explaining USA’s Pathetic WJC Performance

In their quarterfinal matchup against Russia, the US fell by a score of 3-2 to be the first team eliminated from the tournament. For a team that was thought to […]

Spengler Cup Davos: Vaillant Arena and Ice Stadion

HC Gèneve-Servette Defends Spengler Cup Title

HC Gèneve-Servette has managed to defend its Spengler-Cup title in the last day of the year 2014. Thus, the team coached by Chris McSorley won all the games in the […]

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WJC Recap: Canada-USA In 140 Characters Or Less

WJC Recap: Canada-USA In 140 Characters Or Less

Epic. Unreal. Typical. Three fitting adjectives for Canada’s 5-3 victory over the Americans in their traditional New Year’s Eve clash to decide first place in pool play at the World […]

Dylan Larkin - USNTDP (USHL)  (Photo: Tom Sorensen)

USA Comes Up Short Against Team Canada in WJC

Despite an upsetting loss to the tournament favorite Canada, Team USA had a number of productive individual performances, which will hopefully lead to a medal run at this year’s WJC. […]

Alex Tuch (Photo: Tom Sorensen)

Minnesota Wild Prospects in the 2015 World Juniors

The 2015 World Junior Championships are underway, hosted by Canada this year. As a fan of the Minnesota Wild, you may be interested in which Wild prospects will be participating […]

New Year’s Eve Showdown More Than Just McDavid vs Eichel

New Year’s Eve Showdown More Than Just McDavid vs Eichel

In what has become somewhat of a tradition at the World Junior Championships, there will be a New Years Eve showdown between Canada and the USA to decide first place […]