2017 World Juniors Report (Medal Day)

The World Juniors are over for another year and for the second day in a row some of the top hockey programs in the world put on a great show in Montreal with close games determining the medals for the 2017 World Juniors.

2017 World Juniors Report (Semi-Finals)

The semi-finals may have lacked some new faces but they certainly didn’t lack drama with four of the best international programs facing off for a chance at gold.

2017 World Juniors Report (Quarter-Finals)

Parity has always been the goal of the IIHF and although the round robin in the World Juniors is getting closer the quarter-finals proved that there is till a lot of room to grow.

2017 World Juniors Report (Day 6)

The World Juniors finished the round robin with a rivalry that has created some of the best games in Juniors history with plenty on the line almost every year.

2017 World Juniors Report (Day 5)

The 2017 version of the World Juniors is not as successful as Hockey Canada expected it to be but there are plenty of factors that have contributed to low ticket sales this year.

2017 World Juniors Report (Day 4)

The Danish team is once again becoming a fan favourite but it might be a sign of a larger pattern as they are making improvements every year in the Juniors.

2017 World Juniors Report (Day 3)

The Juniors are continuing on after three days and the fight to stay out of relegation is heating up with one surprise team and some usual suspects all fighting to stay in the top division.

2017 World Juniors Report (Day 2)

The Finnish team was on top of the World Juniors a year ago but like is the nature of the Juniors they do not have the same team this time around and they seem to be struggling for it.

2017 World Juniors Report (Day 1)

The IIHF is always trying to grow the sport yet they continue to go back the well in the World Juniors as Canada is one of the few countries that will actually fill the seats. 

2017 World Juniors: Playoff Outlook

The Finns will have a shot at winning two straight titles but in an era where all teams are far more equal they will need to get through a lot to get their hands on the trophy again.

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