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2015 World Juniors: Day Ten (Medal Edition)

2015 World Juniors: Day Ten (Medal Edition)

Day ten of the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championships concludes the 2015 World Juniors with both the bronze and the gold medal game in Toronto. At 4:00pm EST, Slovakia and Sweden battles it out for the right to take the bronze medal. Since Slovakia became independent after the Czechoslovakia split in 1993, they have won […]

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2015 World Juniors: Day Nine (Semi-Finals)

2015 World Juniors: Day Nine (Semi-Finals)

Day nine of the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championships consists of both semi-final games which takes place at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto. At 4:00pm EST the first semi-final match between Sweden and Russia will take place. Sweden and Russia met in the preliminary round on December 29th in front of 16,710 spectators at […]

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2015 World Juniors: Day Eight

2015 World Juniors: Day Eight

Host Cities Toronto – All Group B games in the Preliminary Round which includes Czech Republic, Denmark, Russia, Switzerland, Sweden. – Relegation games (5th place in Group A vs. 5th place in Group B – Best of 3). – 2 Quarter-Final games. – Both Semi-Final games. – Bronze Medal game. – Gold Medal game. Air […]

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2015 World Juniors: Day Seven (Quarter-Finals)

2015 World Juniors: Day Seven (Quarter-Finals)

Host Cities Toronto – All Group B games in the Preliminary Round which includes Czech Republic, Denmark, Russia, Switzerland, Sweden. – Relegation games (5th place in Group A vs. 5th place in Group B – Best of 3). – 2 Quarter-Final games. – Both Semi-Final games. – Bronze Medal game. – Gold Medal game. Air […]

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2015 World Juniors: Day Four

2015 World Juniors: Day Four

Host Cities Toronto – All Group B games in the Preliminary Round which includes Czech Republic, Denmark, Russia, Switzerland, Sweden. – Relegation games (5th place in Group A vs. 5th place in Group B – Best of 3). – 2 Quarter-Final games. – Both Semi-Final games. – Bronze Medal game. – Gold Medal game. Air […]

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2015 World Juniors: Day Three

2015 World Juniors: Day Three

Sunday, December 28th, 2014 marks the third day of the 2015 IIHF World Junior Hockey Championships in Toronto and Montreal. Over a total of eight  games in the first two days, a combined 92,000 fans have filled the Air Canada Centre and the Bell Centre. Day three of the tournament will see the United States […]

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Team Slovakia: Cernak Suspended for One Game

Team Slovakia: Cernak Suspended for One Game

The International Ice Hockey Federation has suspended Slovak rearguard Erik Cernak for one game due to his check at the end of the tilt between Slovakia and Finland on Saturday, December 27th. Cernak used his elbow to make contact with the head and neck area of Finland’s Mikko Rantanen. Rantanen needed help to leave the ice surface […]

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Switzerland’s Phil Baltisberger Goes Off on Stretcher

Switzerland’s Phil Baltisberger Goes Off on Stretcher

In the second period of the match up between Switzerland and Russia, Anatoli Golyshev lined up his opponent, Phil Baltisberger, as the Swiss blue liner was looking to accept a pass. However, Golyshev made contact with Baltisberger’s head, leaving him face down on the ice with not a whole lot of movement. The Russian forward was originally […]

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Canada Can Do It: Why Team Canada Will Win Gold

Canada Can Do It: Why Team Canada Will Win Gold

Canadians have been oftentimes found in the last handful of years to be holding their breath in anticipation of Team Canada’s impending performance at the World Junior Championships.  Canadians finding themselves nervous over their team’s chances at success on an international level this side of the ’72 summit? The very same country that has won […]

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2015 World Juniors: Day Two

2015 World Juniors: Day Two

It’s December 27th and today was day two of the 2015 International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) World Juniors Hockey Championships. Day one was an exciting one which saw eight teams in action in front of a combined over 47,000 fans over four games. These games included Russia vs. Denmark and Sweden vs. Czech Republic at […]

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Oh Baby: Thank You Bob Cole

Ask anyone across Canada over the last half a century to describe hockey, Canada and childhood.  Many answers might come back but only one would be correct to encapsulate a response that everyone could agree with: Saturday night, The Toronto Maple Leafs versus The Montreal Canadiens with Bob Cole in the broadcast booth to sing […]

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