Tuesday, December 25, 2007

IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship 2007

Canada seeks out their fourth straight gold medal as Team Canada begins play at the World Junior Championships in the Czech Republic.

We'll follow the games from this page and list other information that we come across as well during the two weeks of the always high tempo hockey.

January 5--Gold Medal Game--Canada 3 vs Sweden 2 (OT Final) Canada wins gold, Sweden silver
January 5--Bronze Medal Game--USA 2 vs Russia 4 Russia wins the bronze
January 4--Semi Final--Canada 4 vs USA 1 (Final)
January 4--Semi Final--Russia 1 vs Sweden 2 (OT Final)
January 3--Fifth Place game--Finland 1 vs Czech Republic 5
January 3--Relegation round--Switzerland 5 vs Denmark 2
January 3--Relegation round--Slovakia 8 vs Kazakhstan 0
January 2--Quarterfinal--Canada 4 vs Finland 2
January 2--Quarterfinal--Czech Republic 1 vs Russia 4
January 2--Relegation round--Slovakia 5 vs Switzerland 2
January 2--Relegation round--Kazakhstan 6 vs Denmark 3
December 31--Canada 4 vs Denmark 1
December 31--Sweden 4 vs Czech Republic 2
December 31--Russia 4 vs Switzerland 3
December 31--USA 5 vs Finland 3
December 30--Switzerland 1 vs Kazakhstan 3
December 30--Denmark 3 vs Slovakia 4
December 29--Team Canada 3 vs Sweden 4
December 29--Slovakia 2 vs Czech Republic 5
December 29--Kazakhstan 0 vs Finland 5
December 29--Russia 2 vs USA 3
December 28--Denmark 1 vs Sweden 10
December 28--Switzerland 2 vs USA 4
December 27--Slovakia 0 vs Canada 2
December 27--Czech Republic 5 vs Denmark 2
December 27--Kazakhstan 4 vs Russia 5
December 27--Finland 4 vs Switzerland 3
December 26--Team Canada 3 vs Czech Republic 0
December 26--Sweden 4 vs Slovakia 3
December 26--USA 5 vs Kazakhstan 1
December 26--Finland 4 vs Russia 7

World Junior Hockey Championships Home Page
Hockey Canada website
TSN Broadcast schedule
TSN Website (with video highlights)

Tournament Notes:

January 6--Globe and Mail--Golden glow won't fade quickly
January 6--Toronto Star--Gold! Gold! Gold! Gold!
January 6--Toronto Star--Emotions engulf Halischuk
January 6--Canoe.ca--Junior hockey heroes return
January 6--Canoe.ca--As Good as Gold
January 6--Canadian Press--Canadian junior team grows from boys to men
January 6--Canada.com--Canada's golden again at world juniors
January 6--City News--Golden Juniors Return To Canada
January 6--Ottawa Citizen--Golden Boy
January 5--Globe and Mail--Canada Golden again
January 5--Toronto Star--OT nets Juniors Gold
January 5--National Post--Canada wins fourth gold in a row with overtime goal against Sweden
January 5--National Post--Canada-Sweden Gold Medal Game, Live Blog by Mark Spector
January 5--Canadian Press--Canada golden again at world junior championship
January 5--CBC Sports--Canadian Juniors capture fourth straight Gold
January 5--CTV--Canada wins Gold in OT at World Juniors
January 5--Canada.com--Canada's golden again at world juniors
January 5--Eurohockeynet--Bronze medals to Russia
January 5--USA Hockey--U.S. National Junior Team Finishes Fourth
January 5--CBC Sports--Russian juniors beat U.S. for bronze
January 4--Globe and Mail--Canadians going for Gold
January 4--Globe and Mail--Canada has revenge on its mind
January 4--Globe and Mail--Canada lands 2010 tourney
January 4--Canada.com--Canada's Mason stands tall in win over U.S.
January 4--Canoe.ca--Canada going for another gold
January 4--Toronto Star--Canada advances to final
January 4--CBC Sports--Canadian juniors going for 4th straight gold
January 4--Canada.com--Sweden off to world junior final
January 4--Winnipeg Sun--Swedes end medal drought
January 4--National Post--Sweden advances to final
January 4--CBC Sports--Sweden crushes Russia's gold-medal hopes
January 4--Canoe.ca--How Swede it is
January 3--Globe and Mail--Livid Bernier upset with Hartsburg
January 3--Globe and Mail--U.S. replaces Russia as Canada's No. 1 rival
January 3--National Post--Team Canada sticks with Mason in goal
January 3--National Post--Bernier angry with Team Canada coaches
January 3--Canadian Press--Hartsburg sticks with goaltender Steve Mason
January 3--Toronto Star--Czechs rout Finns for fifth at World Juniors
January 3--CBC Sports--Canadian goalie Mason to start in world junior semifinal
January 3--Canoe.ca--Junior rivalry renewed
January 3--Canoe.ca--Who's next in net?
January 2--National Post--Redemption day for Canada's Marchand
January 2--National Post--Who'll get the call for Canada remains a mystery
January 2--National Post--Canada just gets by Finland
January 2--Globe and Mail--Juniors survive a scare
January 2--Globe and Mail--Marchand learns from his mistakes
January 2--Globe and Mail--Russia eliminates host Czechs
January 2--Globe and Mail--Juniors overwhelmed by support
January 2--Toronto Star--Canada reaches semis at world junior hockey
January 2--Canoe.ca--Canada dreams of gold
January 2--Canoe.ca--No. 1 on hit parade
January 2--CBC Sports--Canada to meet U.S. in world junior semifinal
January 1--National Post--Goalie Mason starts collecting believers
January 1--Canadian Press--Steve Mason steps into the Canadian junior hockey team spotlight
January 1--Canadian Press--Canada hopes for repeat performance from goalie Steve Mason
January 1--Globe and Mail--Canada earns date with the Finns
January 1--Toronto Star--Canada's boys are full of bluster, but ...
December 31--Canada.com--Canadian Juniors beat Denmark , to face Finland
December 31--National Post--Tavares guarantees gold medal for Canada
December 31--Canadian Press--Big games loom for Canadian junior hockey team
December 31--Toronto Star--Canada downs Denmark 4-1
December 30--Canada.com--Canada looking to 'bounce back' and end first in pool
December 30--National Post--Mason hopes to lead Team Canada to promised land
December 30--National Post--Canada looking to 'bounce back'
December 30--Globe and Mail--Mason gets nod for Denmark
December 30--Globe and Mail--Canadians go to great lengths to cheer on team
December 30--Globe and Mail--Coach Hartsburg is sticking to his game plan
December 30--Toronto Star--Opportunistic Swedes derail Canadian express
December 30--Canoe.ca--Beat at own game
December 29--Canadian Press--Canada's winning streak ends at world junior championship
December 29--Winnipeg Sun--A taste of adversity
December 29--National Post--Sweden downs Canada 4-3
December 29--Toronto Star--Sweden ends Canada's streak
December 29--Sports Illustrated--Sweden ends Canada's Juniors streak
December 29--Globe and Mail--Sweden stuns Canada
December 28--Canada.com--Team Canada trying to steer clear of media maelstrom
December 28--Canada.com--No Doughty, Drew's a dandy prospect
December 28--Globe and Mail--Sweden crushes Denmark, moves past Canada
December 28--Toronto Star--Turris feat must have thrilled the Great One
December 28--Toronto Star--Perfect puzzle for Canada
December 27--Canoe.ca--Canada posts back-to-back shutouts at world junior championship
December 27--CBC Sports--Canada goes to 2-0 at world hockey juniors
December 27--Toronto Star--Canada wins 20th straight at world juniors
December 27--National Post--Canada defeats Slovak's after Turris pots two
December 27--Globe and Mail--Juniors keep rolling
December 26--CBC Sports--Tavares scores twice in Canada's opening win
December 26--Globe and Mail--Canadian Juniors start strong
December 26--Toronto Star--Tavares jump starts Canada
December 26--Toronto Star--Team previews
December 26--Toronto Star--Tavares waits his turn
December 26--Canada.com--Canada and Bernier off to a perfect start
December 26--National Post--Five to watch
December 26--Canoe--From Good, to Bad to Golden
December 21--Globe and Mail--Understanding the Russians

HockeyNation Posts:

January 6--Canada returns with its gold and home ice advantage
January 5--How close was that!
January 5--Russia wins the “lets get out of town” game
January 4--Winning the games that need to be won
January 4--Swedes sweep aside Russia, make preparations for Canadian rematch
January 3--Cracks for Canadian camp, as Americans stand ready for showdown
January 1--Hartsburg names Mason his go to guy
December 30--Danes look to derail Canada
December 29--Streak Stopping Swedes Shock Canadians
December 28--Two wins in eighteen hours show Canada is more than up to the test
December 27--Canada off to good start at World Juniors

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