Pick your play

Vote now on the top moment from 2017!

Now that the 2017 World Junior championship has concluded it's time for fans to pick this year's favourite #WorldJuniors moment.

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Memorable Montreal moments

WJC host’s top 10 international games since ‘72

The gold medal game of the 2017 IIHF World Junior Championship was just one of many great international games in Montreal.

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Magic and tears

Fourth U.S. U20 gold tops tournament highlights

Like a great hockey team, the 2017 IIHF World Junior Championship got better every day, climaxing with the U.S.’s 5-4 shootout win over Canada for gold.

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Chabot named MVP

Two Americans, two Russians make all-star team

Canada’s Thomas Chabot was voted the Most Valuable Player of the 2017 IIHF World Junior Championship by the media.

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Terry scores shootout gold

USA wins extraordinary game, 5-4

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.

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Bronze goes to Russia

Samsonov shines, Guryanov gets OT winner

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.

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Fasel, Hockey Canada meet press

Success in 2017 will lead to stronger 2019

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.

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Border battle

Who will take gold, U.S. or host Canada?

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.

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Fired up Canada wins

5-2 win vs. Sweden sets up North American final

Canada rallied from a shaky start and deficits of 1-0 and 2-1 to defeat Sweden, 5-2.

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Americans going for gold

Terry's shootout feat ends U.S. jinx vs. Russia

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.

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Sweden, Canada set to tango

Expect the unexpected in late semi-final

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.

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Finns finish off Latvia

Finland survives for 2018, Latvians go down

Finland booked its ticket to the 2018 IIHF World Junior Championship in Buffalo, New York with a 4-1 relegation win over Latvia in Game Two on Tuesday night.

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Win with WJC trivia!

Ten questions, three great prizes

So you think you know your hockey history? Challenge yourself with this quiz with 10 questions about the nations competing in the 2017 World Juniors.

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Eternal foes go toe to toe

USA, Russia play rematch in semi-finals

The Americans and Russians will be playing each other at the U20 for the 18th time since Russia became a separate country in 1992.

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Notes from the World Juniors

Plenty to study, but no Y2K glitches here

As teams set up shop in Montreal for the final four games of the 2017 World Juniors at the Bell Centre, we pause to take a look at some curious facts.

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Canada to face Sweden in SF

Anxious moments, but hosts top Czechs in QF

Julien Gauthier scored twice in the third period to lift Canada to a 5-3 quarter-final win over the Czech Republic and set up a showdown with unbeaten Sweden.

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Parsons saves the day

Swiss match Americans in thriller, come up just short

Jordan Greenway broke a 2-2 tie with a power-play goal midway through the third period, giving the U.S. a 3-2 win over the Swiss at the Air Canada Centre.

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Swedes subdue Slovaks

Sweden makes semis, Asplund gets four assists

Sweden took a 3-0 first-period lead and pounded Slovakia 8-3 in the early Montreal quarter-final. Captain Joel Eriksson Ek and Tim Soderlund each scored twice.

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Russia on to semis

Danes couldn’t overcome centre-ice goal

Russia scored two goals in the first period—including one from centre ice—to defeat Denmark 4-0 and advance to the semi-finals in Montreal on Wednesday.

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Finns win relegation opener

Latvians keep it tight thanks to goalie Mitens

Kristian Vesalainen broke a third-period tie as Finland edged Latvia 2-1 to kick off the best-of-three relegation series in Montreal on Monday.

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Tourism for hockey fans

Lots to do and see between games in Montreal

Wondering what to do in Montreal between World Junior games? Quebec’s biggest city has great restaurants and attractions – many with a fun hockey twist.

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A first for the World Juniors

Buffalo 2018 event to feature outdoor game

Sam Reinhart and Jack Eichel both have fond memories of playing in the IIHF World Junior Championship.

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Chabot keeps his promise

NHL ambitions realized, grandmother happy

Defenceman Thomas Chabot is averaging 21:41 of ice time a game, by far the most of any Canadian.

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Do or die

Under new coach, Finns look to save themselves

Finnish hockey started off 2016 with a blaze of glory but ended on a dark note. It’s up to Jussi Ahokas to make sure 2017 doesn’t begin with a disaster.

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More WJC action in 2017

Host Canada to play Czechs in quarter-finals

The 2017 IIHF World Junior Championship continues on 2nd January with the quarter-finals and the relegation round.

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