Monday, December 26, 2011

World Junior Hockey Tournament 2012 Articles of Interest

Our archive of the items of interest from this year's World Junior Hockey Tournament

HockeyNation items

January 5-- Canada's loss still leaves players, fans in shock
December 29-- Canada crosses another team off of its Czech list
December 27-- Team Canada skates hard out of the gate at World Juniors
December 26-- Alberta welcomes the World as tournament opens
December 2-- Canada's World Junior squad making their list and checking it twice

Media items on the tournament

Calgary Sun-- Ticket prices for World Junior gold medal match plunge
National Post-- Canada's semi-final loss at world juniors 'not the end of the world'
National Post-- Canada denied again by Russia at world hockey juniors
National Post-- Canada's late rally falls short in semi-final loss to Russia at world hockey juniors
National Post-- Russia conjures up some old magic at world juniors
Calgary Sun-- Canada turns focus to bronze
Calgary Sun-- Kuznetsov still chirping after win
Calgary Sun-- Grow Up, Kuznestov
Calgary Sun-- Deja-lose at world juniors
Calgary Sun-- Wedgewood shoulders blame in loss
Calgary Sun-- Friberg tries to shed villain tag
Calgary Sun-- Tending to Canada's goalie crisis
Calgary Sun-- Team Canada's Walk of Shame
Calgary Sun-- Iginla busted out at world juniors
Calgary Sun-- Boone booted for bronze game
Calgary Sun-- Visentin taking it like a champ
Calgary Sun-- Senators scout proud of picking Stone
Calgary Sun-- Visentin forced to watch this time
Calgary Sun-- Canada comeback falls short
Globe and Mail-- Easy round robin backfires on Canada at world juniors
Globe and Mail-- Canada's goaltending wasn't good enough for gold
Globe and Mail-- Canada looking through bronze-coloured glasses
Toronto Star-- No shame in Team Canada's performance
Toronto Star-- Canadian, Russian suspended for junior medal games
Toronto Star-- Canadian hockey fans stunned by world junior hockey loss to Russia
Toronto Star-- Kuznestov once again helps end Canada's dreams of world junior gold
Calgary Sun-- Canadian heart and soul wasn't enough
Toronto Star-- Canada loses to Russia in world junior hockey finals
Globe and Mail-- Jenner, Isangulov suspended at world juniors
Globe and Mail-- Russian talent too much for Team Canada
Globe and Mail-- Russia cements role as Canada's greatest hockey rival with dramatic win
Globe and Mail-- Canadian rally falls short against Russia in world junior semis
Globe and Mail-- Canada's near comeback makes loss to Russia sting even more
Globe and Mail-- WJC semi-final: Russia 6, Canada 5 (final)
Globe and Mail-- Wedgewood to start for Canada against Russia
Toronto Star-- Canada-Russia world junior semifinal perfect stage for revenge
Toronto Star-- It's Canada vs. Russia in world junior semis
Toronto Star-- Team Canada not taking any chances with flu bug
Toronto Star-- Canada's Hamilton brothers have an early date with success
Calgary Sun-- Remembering the Canada-Russia rivalry
National Post-- Jaden Schwartz and family living in honour of late sister Mandi
Globe and Mail-- Canada eyes hockey revenge against Russia (and other dramas)
Globe and Mail-- Sweden edges Finland in shootout, awaits winner of Canada-Russia
Globe and Mail-- Beaulieu has a lot riding on Canada - Russia matchup
Globe and Mail-- Canada's world junior team battling flu
National Post-- Watch out Canada, here comes Russia
National Post-- Wedgewood's start not about redemption after loss to Russia last year
National Post-- Canada's biggest threat may be the flu
National Post-- Plenty of reasons for Wedgewood to start for Canada in semi-final
Calgary Sun-- Canada's game against Russia not about revenge
Globe and Mail-- Orr inspires Canada to win over U. S.
Toronto Star-- Canada's first world junior gold team recalls 1982
National Post-- Canada stifles U. S. comeback for win
Globe and Mail-- Finland, Russia advance to World Junior semis
Globe and Mail-- Canada's junior team pumped for Calgary semi-final
National Post-- Winter Classic, not world juniors, captures U. S. imagination
Globe and Mail-- A passion for the pure sport of junior hockey Americans show pride against Canada
National Post-- Boys just having fun at world juniors Canadians take perfect record into semifinals
Globe and Mail-- Slovakia advances to quarter-finals
Toronto Star-- Surprising Slovakia reaches world junior quarterfinals
National Post-- Sweden storms  back to stun Russians in overtime
National Post-- Russia the real Canadian junior enemy Canadian juniors can't even draw drama fro rival U. S.
Globe and Mail-- Wedgewood gets nod in goal for U. S game at world juniors
Globe and Mail-- Team Canada's Mark Scheifele needs to get going
Globe and Mail-- Czech Republic eliminates U. S. at World Juniors
Toronto Star-- Americans 'heartbroken' after loss to Czechs
Globe and Mail-- United States' loss gives Canada semi-final berth U. S. Medal hopes end with loss to Czech Republic Loss to Finns stings most for U. S. coach
National Post-- Mrazek, Czech Republic upset Americans
Globe and Mail-- Ted Nolan resurfaces at world junior tournament
Globe and Mail-- Kuznetsov has 9 points in Russia win
Globe and Mail-- Sweden on another collision course with destiny at world juniors
Toronto Star-- New Year's Eve day of reckoning for Canadian juniors
National Post-- Canada games lacking drama
National Post-- Mrazek, Czech Republic upset Americans
National Post-- Twitter follower sends Canada goalie Wedgewood a new laptop
National Post-- Gormley provides Canada's blue line with veteran savvy
Globe and Mail-- Canada romps past Denmark
National Post-- Canada stays perfect in decisive defeat of Denmark
Toronto Star-- Canadian juniors hang 10 on Denmark
Calgary Sun-- Canada downs Denmark
Globe and Mail-- At world juniors the spectacle's the thing
Globe and Mail-- Brandon Gormley injects experience into young Canadian junior defence
Globe and Mail-- Canada rolls
Calgary Sun-- Mismatches ignite bad habits
Calgary Sun-- Harrington no longer under the radar
Calgary Sun-- Wedgewood, Visentin are 'complete opposites'
Globe and Mail-- Switzerland dealt another blow
National Post-- Sweden holds off pesky Switzerland, remains perfect
Calgary Sun-- Friberg sorry for Swede ride
National Post-- Sweden surprised by reaction to goal celebration
Calgary Sun-- Danes look forward to loss against Canada
Calgary Sun-- Danes loving the best place in the world
Calgary Sun-- He ain't NHL heavy, he's my brother
Calgary Sun-- Calgarian helps keep Swiss hockey team on track at World Juniors
Calgary Sun-- Russia rolls over Latvia
Calgary Sun-- Now for Canada to cane the Danes
National Post-- Canada overcomes first bout of adversity at world juniors
Calgary Sun-- Nolan relishes challenge of coaching Latvia's underdog hockey program
Calgary Sun-- Top prospect Yakupov focused on now
Calgary Sun-- Bertschy is no Baertschi
Globe and Mail-- Canada bounces Czechs at World Juniors
National Post-- Scheifele nets two in Canada's rout of Czechs
Toronto Star-- Scheifele scores twice for Canada's junior team in 5-0 win...
Calgary Sun-- Canada blanks Czechs
Calgary Sun-- Jenner's physicality a Boone for Canada
Globe and Mail-- Russia squeaks by Slovakia
Globe and Mail-- Niagara Ice Dogs dominate Canadian Junior roster
National Post-- Pearson eager to answer the call
Calgary Sun-- Musil hopes to follow in dad's footsteps
Calgary Sun-- Team Canada in for a fight
National Post-- A new Forsberg has Sweden on the rise
Calgary Sun-- Tournament turnaround for Finland
Toronto Star-- Finland surprises U. S. at world juniors
National Post-- Finland takes down United States giants
Globe and Mail-- Finland upsets U. S. at world juniors
Globe and Mail-- No one's neutral about the Swiss
Calgary Sun-- 13 is lucky for Tanner Pearson
Calgary Sun-- Love of hockey stirs national pride for European Calgarians
National Post-- Sweden holds off pesky Switzerland, remains perfect
Calgary Sun-- Wedgewood gets the start for Canada
Toronto Star-- Wedgewood gets his chance to tend Canada's goal
Globe and Mail-- Goalie Wedgewood gets his chance against Czechs
National Post-- Smith-Pelly plays cheerleader for Canada
Calgary Sun-- Wedgewood ready to make an offer
Globe and Mail-- World Juniors set to give Alberta an $80 million windfall
Globe and Mail-- Goalie gives Russia shot at defending world junior gold
Globe and Mail-- Team Canada adjusting to loss of Smith-Pelly
Globe and Mail-- Canada loses muscle with injury to Smith-Pelly
Toronto Star-- Canada prepares to soldier on without Smith-Pelly
National Post-- Czechs hammer Denmark, face Canada nest
National Post-- Slovakia sneaks past Latvia
Calgary Sun-- Huberdeau indispensible
Calgary Sun-- Retailers score big
Calgary Sun-- Lokomotiv crash haunts Russians
Calgary Sun-- Jurco ol' dog of major hockey events
Calgary Sun-- Getting all the Ducks in a row at WJC
Calgary Sun-- Team Canada in for a fight
Calgary Sun-- 13 is lucky for Tanner Pearson
Calgary Sun-- Wedgewood ready to make an offer
Calgary Sun-- Smith-Pelly one unlucky Duck
Calgary Sun-- Schwartz feels Devo's pain
Edmonton Sun-- Canada 8, Finland 1
Toronto Star-- Team Canada crushes Finland 8-1 in opener at world juniors
National Post-- Canada opens world juniors with rout of Finland
National Post-- Team Canada's top line manufactures instant chemistry
National Post-- Team Canada's Smith-Pelly done for WJC
National Post-- Victory sets positive tone for Canada
Globe and Mail-- Broken foot forces Canada's Smith-Pelly out of world junior tournament
Globe and Mail-- Senators' Zibanejad not your typical Swede
Globe and Mail-- Hats off to Team Canada, goalie Mark Visentin
Globe and Mail-- Sweden, U. S., Russia get wins
Globe and Mail-- Canada opens world Juniors with a resounding win

Pre tournament media items

Globe and Mail-- Canada's fate may rest with goaltenders
Globe and Mail-- Mark Visentin poised to bounce back
Globe and Mail-- Five games to watch
Globe and Mail-- Three players to watch
Globe and Mail-- Hockey's newest Finnish flashes
Globe and Mail-- Canada's Junior hockey team comes down with a case of Hay fever
Globe and Mail-- World Juniors gets NHL players bragging and betting
National Post-- World Juniors 2012: 10 of Canada's most memorable hockey moments
National Post-- Sizing up the 2012 World Junior crop
Globe and Mail-- Sweden defeats Canada in exhibition play
Globe and Mail-- The World Juniors: A tournament of mega proportions
Globe and Mail-- Canada tunes up with a rout
Globe and Mail-- Cue the over-the-top nationalism
Globe and Mail-- Team Canada hoping opposites attract gold
Globe and Mail-- Credit TSN for elevating world juniors to must-see TV
Globe and Mail-- Jaden Schwartz named Canadian junior hockey team captain
Globe and Mail-- Don Hay back behind Team Canada bench
Globe and Mail-- Where have all the Quebec goalies gone?
Globe and Mail-- In its year of hockey triumph, Russia lost so much
Globe and Mail-- Meet Team Canada
Globe and Mail-- Canada's junior team learns lesson in win over Finland
Globe and Mail-- Pressure nothing new for Don Hay
Globe and Mail-- Junior hockey player Smith-Pelly lives out two dreams
National Post-- Canada's juniors itching for first game
Globe and Mail-- Hockey Canada unveils team for world junior hockey championship
National Post-- Canada's world junior hockey team trying to overcome injuries
National Post-- Injured Huberdeau skates with Canadian teammates
Globe and Mail-- Third time's a charm for Brandon Gormley
National Post-- Canada's Juniors come from a line of humble beginnings
National Post-- Canada's juniors know what's at stake
National Post-- Returning Canadians plan to make most of second shot
Globe and Mail-- Canadian junior team shrinks, through cuts and collisions
National Post-- Canada's world junior hockey team full of new faces
Globe and Mail-- Seven players cut from Canada's world junior squad
National Post-- Hockey Canada cuts seven players from world junior selection camp
Globe and Mail-- Canada's best will be missing from world junior hockey championship
Globe and Mail-- A Wolverine leads the charge at Canada junior intra squad game
Globe and Mail-- Scheifele wants to be Canadian juniors' top centre

Portals for the tournament

IIHF homepage
TSN World Juniors homepage
Globe and Mail World Juniors homepage
Toronto Star World Juniors page
Sun newspapers World Juniors page
National Post World Juniors page World Juniors page

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