2018 World Juniors Report (Medal Day)

The two toughest games of every tournament are in the final day when teams compete for the medals and regardless of the colour the games are not easy albeit for very different reasons.


2018 World Juniors Report (Semi-Finals)

The pre-tournament predictions seemed to make it clear that two specific teams were making it to the gold medal and although those predictions were somewhat right the two best teams still made it to the final game.

2018 World Juniors Report (Quarter-Finals)

The World Juniors entered the playoffs as the quarter-finals began and the tournament found out who would be playing for the medals with some predictable results and some surprising.

2018 World Juniors Report (Day 6)

The Round Robin is over after six days of great hockey and once again the tournament looks fairly familiar with a few adjustments as the tournament heads into the quarterfinals.

2018 World Juniors Report (Day 5)

The World Juniors are drawing to a close with the playoffs in sight but a couple of teams are focused on a final series that will determine whether or not they get to stay among the best teams in the world.

2018 World Juniors Report (Day 4)

The IIHF joined the craze and went outside on Day 4 of the World Juniors pitting Canada and USA against each other and against the elements.

2018 World Juniors Report (Day 3)

International tournaments lend themselves to major upsets and this year the World Juniors have already seen two of them in three days.

2018 World Juniors Report (Day 2)

The World Juniors were fairly inactive in Day 2 but that didn’t mean there were not important games as the Swiss were taking on the Belarussians in a game that might not mean a lot at the top of the tournament but means so much to both teams.

2018 World Juniors Report (Day 1)

The World Juniors are underway and two teams got started with a little bit harder of a matchup than they are used to leaving one starting a game behind of the other powers int he tournament.

2018 World Juniors: Playoff Outlook

Any international tournament lends itself to to teams wanting to win gold but only a handful will actually compete with the final games possibly looking very similar to a year ago.

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