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- Chabot named MVP Canada’s Thomas Chabot was voted the Most Valuable Player of the 2017 IIHF World Junior Championship by the media.
- Terry scores shootout gold Troy Terry has done it again. He was the only scorer of ten shootout shooters tonight, giving the USA the gold medal in an incredible 5-4 win over Canada.
- Bronze goes to Russia Russia edged Sweden 2-1 in the 2017 IIHF World Junior Championship bronze medal game on Thursday. Denis Guryanov scored the overtime winner at 0:33.
- Fasel, Hockey Canada meet press IIHF President Rene Fasel, Hockey Canada President and CEO Tom Renney, and Hockey Canada COO Scott Smith met with the media this afternoon at the Bell Centre.
- Border battle It’s been seven years since the U.S. and Canada last battled for World Junior gold. Saskatoon 2010 was a classic, and we might get another one in Montreal.
- Fired up Canada wins Canada rallied from a shaky start and deficits of 1-0 and 2-1 to defeat Sweden, 5-2.
- Americans going for gold Troy Terry scored three shootout goals to give the U.S. a 4-3 semi-final win over Russia. It's the first U.S. playoff win over Russia in World Junior history.
- Sweden, Canada set to tango There’s zero room for complacency in the Sweden-Canada semi-final on Wednesday. It should be a fun game for the fans – perhaps less so for the coaches.
- Finns finish off Latvia 04.01.2017 Finland survives for 2018, Latvians go down
- Win with WJC trivia! 03.01.2017 Ten questions, three great prizes
- Eternal foes go toe to toe 03.01.2017 USA, Russia play rematch in semi-finals
- Notes from the World Juniors 03.01.2017 Plenty to study, but no Y2K glitches here
- Canada to face Sweden in SF 03.01.2017 Anxious moments, but hosts top Czechs in QF
- Parsons saves the day 03.01.2017 Swiss match Americans in thriller, come up just short
- Swedes subdue Slovaks 02.01.2017 Sweden makes semis, Asplund gets four assists
- Russia on to semis 02.01.2017 Danes couldn’t overcome centre-ice goal
- Finns win relegation opener 02.01.2017 Latvians keep it tight thanks to goalie Mitens
- Tourism for hockey fans 02.01.2017 Lots to do and see between games in Montreal
- A first for the World Juniors 01.01.2017 Buffalo 2018 event to feature outdoor game
- Chabot keeps his promise 01.01.2017 NHL ambitions realized, grandmother happy
- Do or die 01.01.2017 Under new coach, Finns look to save themselves
- More WJC action in 2017 01.01.2017 Host Canada to play Czechs in quarter-finals
- Russia takes 3rd place 01.01.2017 2-0 win over Slovakia sets up date with Danes
- Finns blank Switzerland 01.01.2017 Swiss face U.S. in QF, Finland plays relegation
- USA ends NYE drought 31.12.2016 Nerves, special teams Canada’s undoing
- Fourth straight Swedish win 31.12.2016 Dahlen's hat trick leads Sweden over Czechs
- Shadow of Zibanejad 31.12.2016 Five years since last Swedish WJC gold
- Finland changes coach 31.12.2016 U18 coach Ahokas takes over
- Slovakia avoids Finns 31.12.2016 Latvia loses, 4-2, moves to daunting relegation
- Swiss shoot down Danes 31.12.2016 Danish loss forces Finns to play relegation
- To Texas with love 30.12.2016 Guryanov patient in Lone Star State
- Ahcan dreams big 30.12.2016 Small defenceman gets here the hard way
- Chlapik on the rise 30.12.2016 Czech centre improving in all areas
- Canada routs Latvia, 10-2 30.12.2016 Raddysh garnishes win with four goals
- Sweden clinches Group A 30.12.2016 Three points for Nylander, Finns in dire straits
- U.S. hangs tough to beat Russia 29.12.2016 3-2 win sets up NYE showdown with Canada
- Danes pull another surprise 29.12.2016 From gets it done vs. Czechs in overtime
- Thurkauf suspended 29.12.2016 Swiss captain to miss game vs. Denmark
- Canada’s NCAA players 29.12.2016 Not named often, but named wisely
- Fascinating staff facts 29.12.2016 From coaches to physiotherapists, quirks abound
- Americans look sharp in 5-2 win 29.12.2016 Slovaks improve but still come up well short
- Swedes stay perfect 29.12.2016 Van Pottelberghe's 42 stops can't save Swiss
- Damn young, damn skilled 28.12.2016 Nico Hischier and Swiss have increased ambitions
- Denmark adds From 28.12.2016 Rogle Angelholm forward cleared to play
- Captain Cernak in 4th U20 28.12.2016 Slovak defenceman NHL bound, World Juniors committed
- Dahlin, Sweden’s new darling 28.12.2016 At 16, Frolunda D-man has talent to burn
- Canada explodes in 2nd for 5-0 win 28.12.2016 Slovaks tie record with just 6 total shots
- Officials' communication 28.12.2016 Refs, linesmen talking to players all the time
- Danes stun defending champs 28.12.2016 Finns outshoot Denmark 36-10 but lose again
- Russia rebounds with win 27.12.2016 Latvia falls to 0-2 after one-sided loss
- Hischier plays hero 27.12.2016 Swiss open with dramatic OT win over Czechs
- Latvians have plenty to prove 27.12.2016 Players from all over, Cukste only one from NCAA
- Golden demands 27.12.2016 U.S. expectations high despite recent drought
- Magical masked men 27.12.2016 Top 10 goalie performances in WJC history
- Canada edges Russia 27.12.2016 Strome, Barzal, Jost ignite win
- Czechs nip Finns 27.12.2016 Spacek stuns defending champs with late winner
- Americans win opener 26.12.2016 Latvia back in top pool with unheralded roster
- Sweden hammers Danes 26.12.2016 Swedes seal deal with four second-period goals
- Eriksson Ek eager to excel 26.12.2016 Farjestad product proud to captain Sweden
- Joy on ice 26.12.2016 Montreal, Toronto welcome the world’s U20 best
- Canada on the rebound 26.12.2016 Impressive results follow poor showing
- Danes making strides 26.12.2016 True sees growth in Danish program
- Comrie lives out dream 26.12.2016 Jets prospect won gold at 2015 World Juniors
- Sweden finalizes roster 25.12.2016 Moverare, Dahlstrom, Davidsson cut
- Laine shoots for glory 25.12.2016 Finnish teen has carried momentum from 2016 WJC
- Merry Christmas! 25.12.2016 25th December has some hockey history
- Ten years after 25.12.2016 Two-time WJC gold medalist Cogliano reminisces
- More rosters named 24.12.2016 USA, Czechs, Swiss, Latvia make cuts
- “Special moment” 24.12.2016 Swiss captain looking forward to World Juniors
- Finalists announce teams 24.12.2016 Finland, Russia, Slovakia, Denmark trim rosters
- Latvia's Mitens set for debut 23.12.2016 Goalie in tough against strong competition
- Necas' meteoric rise 23.12.2016 Young Czech star about to debut on world stage
- Best lines in WJC history 22.12.2016 Who shone brightest for hockey’s biggest powers?
- USA trims roster 22.12.2016 Last player to be cut on Christmas Eve
- Happy Birthday Russia! 22.12.2016 70 years of love & passion for ice hockey
- Koivula’s connecting, people 22.12.2016 Nokia native latest Finnish big forward to step up
- Hoping to represent Russia 21.12.2016 Korostelyov is headed to his third World Junior camp
- Ruzicka Slovakia’s big hope 20.12.2016 17-year-old ready to play at World Juniors
- Record Book is here 20.12.2016 Order the 2017 edition, printed or digitally
- Belarus to Buffalo 18.12.2016 Wins Division IA ahead of host Germany
- Roslovic learning pro game 16.12.2016 Jets prospect could suit up at World Juniors
- Tsygurov passes away 16.12.2016 Coached Russia to World Junior gold in 1999
- Canada names roster 15.12.2016 22 players selected for World Juniors
- Developing Danes 14.12.2016 Ambition to achieve again
- Polunin aims to go one better 07.12.2016 Russian hopes to upgrade last year’s silver
- Shaping rosters 07.12.2016 World Juniors teams convene soon
- 2019 WJC hosts announced 01.12.2016 Tournament coming to Vancouver, Victoria
- Canada invites 32 29.11.2016 Players one step closer to making World Juniors
- When hard work pays off 27.11.2016 Pettersson climbing his way to the top
- RBC Road to World Juniors 21.11.2016 Pre-tournament schedule announced
- Junior Crowns win 08.11.2016 Swedes start season successfully
- Dreaming of Toronto, Philly 04.11.2016 Tomek’s way from Bratislava to Grand Forks
- Evaluation camp takeaway 07.08.2016 Every team learned—now comes the hard part
- Second time’s Ducharme 07.08.2016 Canada’s coach looking to right a wrong
- Joel has a role 06.08.2016 Eriksson Ek key to Sweden juniors
- Somppi aiming higher 05.08.2016 Finnish forward, U18 hero looking to U20
- Evaluation time for juniors 05.08.2016 Top nations prep for U20s with mini tournament
- Holding his head high 21.06.2016 Omission gives Dubois motivation
- Miluns to coach Latvia 20.06.2016 Successful U18 coach promoted
- Wohlwend to coach Swiss 12.06.2016 Will succeed Fust behind U20 bench
- Ducharme to coach U20 06.06.2016 Canada’s assistant last year now head man
- World Juniors schedule 25.05.2016 Canada opens vs. Russia on Boxing Day
- Motzko to lead U.S. 28.04.2016 World Junior coach for 2017 named
- Monten follows Gronborg 12.01.2016 Sweden names new coach for U20 team
- Groups for 2017 known 05.01.2016 Host Canada begins in Toronto
- Mission accomplished 19.12.2015 Latvian U20 team heading to Canada in 2017
- Tickets for Montreal, Toronto 15.12.2015 Packages for 2017 World Juniors on sale
- To Buffalo in 2018 15.12.2015 Outdoor game as premiere for the event
- Rautakorpi in 2017 15.12.2015 Finns hire new coach for U20 team
- Viewership record 15.12.2015 World Juniors watched by more fans than ever
- Heading to hockey’s meccas 15.12.2015 Toronto, Montreal to co-host in 2015 & 2017
USA vs. Canada (Gold)
Troy Terry has done it again. He was the only scorer of ten shootout shooters tonight, giving the USA the gold medal in an incredible 5-4 win over Canada.
Terry Troy (USA)
We talked with the shootout king, Troy Terry, after the U.S. won the #WorldJuniors.
Tyler Parsons (USA)
He made the saves in the game and in the shootout to lead Team USA to #WorldJuniors gold. Here's goalie Tyler Parsons after the game.
Sweden vs. Russia (Bronze)
Russia edged Sweden 2-1 in the 2017 IIHF World Junior Championship bronze medal game on Thursday. Denis Guryanov scored the overtime winner at 0:33.
Mikhail Sergachyov (RUS)
Interview with Russian player Mikhail Sergachyov after the bronze medal win.
Sweden vs. Canada (SF)
Canada rallied from a shaky start and deficits of 1-0 and 2-1 to defeat Sweden, 5-2.
USA vs. Russia (SF)
Troy Terry scored three shootout goals to give the U.S. a 4-3 semi-final win over Russia. It's the first U.S. playoff win over Russia in World Junior history.
Team Canada locker room
Olga is back! And she invites you all to a tour in Team Canada's locker room in Montreal before the #WorldJuniors quarter-final game against the Czechs!