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2016 World Juniors: Day Ten (Gold Medal Edition)

2016 World Juniors: Day Ten (Gold Medal Edition)

Day 10 of the 2016 IIHF World Junior Ice Hockey Championships is the final day of this annual edition of the tournament. Starting with the bronze medal, a strong Swedish team who was one of the heavy favourites to win gold will head home without a medal after losing to the United States in an […]

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2016 World Juniors: Day Nine

2016 World Juniors: Day Nine

On Day 9 of the 2016 IIHF World Juniors were the two semi-finals games. The day started off with the host Finland defeating northern European rivals Sweden 2-1 in a close game in front of over 13,000 fans. After Finland earned a spot in the gold medal game and sending Sweden to the bronze medal […]

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2016 World Juniors: Day Eight

2016 World Juniors: Day Eight

Day eight of the tournament saw a break between the quarterfinals and semifinals, but game 2 of the best-of-3 relegation round between Switzerland and Belarus was underway. Switzerland won game 2 to win the series 2-0, and barely escape relegation for the second consecutive year. Switzerland locks in the 9th place spot and will head […]

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2016 World Juniors: Day Seven

2016 World Juniors: Day Seven

After the annual New Year’s Day off day, the 7th day of the 2016 IIHF World Junior Ice Hockey Championships began with game 1 of a best-of-3 relegation round, followed by four quarterfinal matches. To start the day off at 5:00am eastern time, Switzerland defeated Belarus 5-1. If Switzerland wins tomorrow, they will earn a […]

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2016 World Juniors: Day Six

2016 World Juniors: Day Six

The last day of the preliminary round saw Russia claim Group B with a victory over Slovakia in Hartwall Arena. Next, the tournament moved to the Helsinki Ice Hall where the United States won 4-1 over Denmark. With this win, the U.S. earned second in the group and Canada fell to third. The host Finland […]

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2016 World Juniors: Day Five

2016 World Juniors: Day Five

Day 5 of the 2016 IIHF World Junior Ice Hockey Championships began with a 5-3 victory for the Czech Republic over Belarus. Belarus was handed their fourth loss in as many games, and secure the last spot in Group B. Belarus will be playing in a best-of-3 relegation round against Switzerland to determine who earns […]

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2016 World Juniors: Day Four

2016 World Juniors: Day Four

The day began with Russia handing Belarus their third loss of the tournament in as many games at Hartwall arena. The next game was a little longer, as Switzerland backstopped by an impressive goaltending performance took Canada to overtime where the Canadians came out with the victory.  .   AATH Three Stars of the Day […]

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2016 World Juniors: Day Three

2016 World Juniors: Day Three

Today started off with a rivalry between the Czech Republic and Slovakia in front of a crowd just short of 9,000 where the Czechs blanked the Slovaks 2-0. The streak of shutouts would continue as Sweden defeated the United States 1-0, highlighted by an outstanding performance by Swedish goaltender Linus Soderstrom and his 46 save […]

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2016 World Juniors: Day Two

2016 World Juniors: Day Two

Today there were only two games with most of the powerhouses getting a rest. Slovakia and Belarus started off the day in front of a small crowd, and Slovakia handed Belarus their second loss of the tournament in as many days as Slovakia made their debut. Denmark made their 2016 debut as well, earning their […]

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2016 World Juniors: Day One

2016 World Juniors: Day One

Day One of the 2016 IIHF World Juniors kicked off with Russia and the Czech Republic ahead of a total of four games today. 60 minutes was not enough to solve the puzzle, and neither as the 5 minute overtime period so early on we saw our first shootout of the World Juniors. The next […]

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Carey Price Deserves Better Than the Montreal Canadiens

It is needless to say that Carey Price is on a team that simply does not capitalize on his abilities. The Habs are on the verge of missing the playoffs for the third straight year. And while the injuries and bad calls are valid excuses for their current losing streak, there are plenty of errors […]

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