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 Preview: Group B

Although Group B is not the same level of competition as Group A the battles will still be there with plenty to fight for among five teams all looking to change their fate from the past few years.

Rivals Looking to play Spoiler in Toronto (2015 World Juniors)

Toronto will be the host to the biggest games of the tournament this year as they are the home to the medal round. Before that though, they play host to one of the biggest rivals of the home country in Russia. Not all too long ago the Russians were beaten at home in the Olympic Games when the Canadians took home gold in Sochi. Now the junior team looks to get back at their longest rivals by taking home the gold medal in one of the biggest tournaments for Canadians in Canada.

Can the Rest Continue to Impress (Pool A Preview)

The World Juniors has always been seen as a tournament for the Canadians and only really watched by the Canadians. That has started to change though as teams have begun to challenge Canada with development in other countries catching up to Canada. Even then Canada would still dominate with only a handful of teams challenging them and giving them a scare.

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