Finland celebrates juniors
Thousands gather in Helsinki, social media lights up with joy
Groups for 2015 known
Host Canada, Finland, USA all start in Montreal
Forsberg named MVP
Dansk, Ristolainen, Forsberg win Directorate Awards
- Fantastic Finns strike gold! Rasmus Ristolainen scored at 9:42 of overtime to lift Finland to an unforgettable 3-2 win over host Sweden in the 2014 IIHF World Junior Championship on Sunday.
- Malmö sets European records Malmö 2014 was the best attended IIHF World Junior Championship ever hosted in Europe. 144,268 spectators attended the 31 games in southern Sweden.
- Russians do it again First-period goals from Mikhail Grigorenko and Eduard Gimatov and a 30-save performance by Andrei Vasilevski led Russia to a 2-1 win over Canada for bronze.
- Germany stands, Norway falls With a 3-1 win over Norway in the third and deciding Relegation Round game, Germany kept its top division spot. Norway is demoted to Division I for 2015.
- Bronze redemption? There are some pretty amazing facts which could be re-written as a result of who wins the bronze-medal game today between arch-rivals Canada and Russia.
- Ederer is IIHF’s U20 Iron Man There are two faces to the World Junior Championship. One side is for the fans who turn on the television and enjoy the games in comfort.
- Two different Nordic dreams When you think about Finland facing a Swedish home team in IIHF play, it’s hard not to think about 1995. That’s particularly true at this year’s World Juniors.
- Pettersson to miss final The IIHF Disciplinary Panel has issued a one-game suspension to Sweden’s Jesper Pettersson. The player will miss the gold medal game against Finland.
- Finns take down Canada, 5-1 04.01.2014 More determined, more creative – is gold next?
- Sweden stops Russia in semis 04.01.2014 Hosts deny Russian PP, go for gold
- Maple leafs in Malmö 04.01.2014 1,000 Canadians crossed Atlantic
- U20 2015 ticket sales flying 04.01.2014 Toronto/Montreal could break all records
- Laub suspended one game 03.01.2014 Forward to miss relegation finale
- Germans force deciding game 03.01.2014 Norway can't hold lead in third, loses 4-3
- Canada, Finns go for gold game 03.01.2014 Winner to play Sunday evening for U20 title
- IIHF inducts six 03.01.2014 Bykov, Khomutov, Lidström, Salei, Yzerman, Costello
- Battle for the ages 03.01.2014 Will Swedes win 5-on-5? Will Russia’s PP shine?
- Sweden says bye to Slovaks 02.01.2014 Forsberg, Lindholm shine as Russia looms
- Canada beats Swiss, 4-1 02.01.2014 Finland up next after 20/20 record vs. Swiss
- Finns knock off Czechs 02.01.2014 Kinnunen's winner caps Finnish rally
- Russians rally for 5-3 win 02.01.2014 Penalties hurt U.S. again
- Advantage: Norway 02.01.2014 Norwegians exploit penalty-prone Germans
- U.S. Olympic teams set 01.01.2014 25 men and 21 women headed to Sochi
- Canada-Swiss set to dance 01.01.2014 Canada is undefeated in 19 U20 meetings
- Ice. Cold. War. 01.01.2014 United States and Russia ready to do battle
- Hoping for an upset 01.01.2014 Mirco Müller: “I’d love to play against Canada”
- Marcel out for quarters 01.01.2014 Czech player given one-game suspension
- Swedes should slay Slovakia 01.01.2014 Tre Kronor's balance might be unbeatable
- Can Czechs surprise Finns? 01.01.2014 Suomi brings tourney's top PK, goalie
- Quarter-finals set 31.12.2013 USA-RUS, FIN-CZE, CAN-SUI, SWE-SVK
- Ferraro speaks: Part Two 31.12.2013 Worlds, Kevin Dineen, and Cammi Granato
- Czech player under review 31.12.2013 Disciplinary Panel reviewing knee-one-knee hit by Marcel
- Good enough Finnish 31.12.2013 FIN-CZE, CAN-SUI in quarter-finals
- Canada tops U.S. 3-2 in thriller 31.12.2013 Two power-play goals early in 3rd seal it
- Rosy result for Sweden 31.12.2013 Hosts stay perfect, Slovaks up next
- Czechs off to playoffs 31.12.2013 Slovaks lose 4-1, finish fourth in Group A
- Fan Zone for everybody 31.12.2013 Enjoy the show – also behind the ice
- Ferraro speaks: Part One 31.12.2013 Thoughts on World Juniors, broadcasting and more
- New Year’s Eve IX 31.12.2013 Canada-United States ready to close out 2013
- Confidence – who’s got it? 31.12.2013 No substitute for self-belief at World Juniors
- Switzerland downs Norway 30.12.2013 Swiss PP clicks twice, QF berth secured
- Canada wins character builder 30.12.2013 Slovakia fails to hold 3-1 lead, loses 5-3
- Finland subdues Russia 30.12.2013 Finnish PP clicks twice, two assists for Teräväinen
- Hong Kong’s women win 30.12.2013 Four Asian countries celebrate premiere in female hockey
- Wow! Germans shock Czechs 30.12.2013 Frederik Tiffels, goalie Cüpper star in 3-0 win
- Draisaitl suspended 30.12.2013 German captain to miss game vs. Czech Republic
- Eisenschmid follows sister 30.12.2013 Three siblings – two girls – have IIHF experience
- Løvdal’s big challenge 30.12.2013 Norway’s coach talks World Juniors, Olympics, and more
- Plutnar suspended one game 29.12.2013 Czech forward penalised for contact with official
- Slovakia’s top line tops 29.12.2013 All 3 in top 6 of scoring race, team 4th in goals
- Sweden manhandles Norway 29.12.2013 Hosts get 5 PP goals on winless neighbours
- U.S. powers past Germany 8-0 29.12.2013 Losers dress just 17 skaters, U.S. scores 6 PPG
- Czech player under review 29.12.2013 IIHF Disciplinary Panel looking at incident in Canada-Czech Republic game
- Kosaka a rare breed 29.12.2013 Referee/linesman one of few from Japan
- Russia hammers Switzerland 28.12.2013 Seven Russians score, Swiss still winless
- Simon's shootout goal wins it 28.12.2013 Wild third period as Czechs win 5-4
- Swedes win Nordic showdown 28.12.2013 Wennberg's pair paces hosts past archrival Finns
- U.S. moves to 2-0 with win 28.12.2013 Slovaks fall to earth after big win yesterday
- Home ice advantage? 28.12.2013 Medalling common, gold not for World Juniors hosts
- 85 NHL draftees in Malmö 28.12.2013 Sweden leads the Euros with 17
- Finland tops Norway 27.12.2013 First line thrives in Suomi squad's debut
- Slovakia’s top line shines 27.12.2013 Germany sees relegation looming after 9-2 loss
- Built from the back end out 27.12.2013 America's defensive play could be its salvation
- Attendance record last night 27.12.2013 Malmö might set three records for fan support
- Sweden pulls out tight 5-3 win 26.12.2013 Fans made for an electric atmosphere
- U.S. too much for Czechs 26.12.2013 Two lightning PP goals lift defending champs
- Russia cruises vs. Norway 26.12.2013 Vasilevski ties record in 11-0 win
- The future starts now 26.12.2013 Czechs hope for more talent to come
- Canada downs Germany 26.12.2013 Mantha’s hat trick paces Sutter’s squad
- Melvin’s magic 26.12.2013 Switzerland hopes for surprise with great goaltending
- Staying on top 25.12.2013 Sweden banks on young talent
- An unforgettable experience 25.12.2013 From rookies to veterans, Jets players talk World Juniors
- Teräväinen needs to stay sharp 25.12.2013 Chicago prospect captains Finland in Malmö
- Blue and yellow glory 24.12.2013 Sweden’s top moments in World Junior history
- Denmark means business 22.12.2013 U20 team eager to end one-year curse in 2015
- German déjà vu? 21.12.2013 World Juniors team here to stay, again
- Danish juniors go to Canada 20.12.2013 Scandinavians clinch promotion for 2015 World Juniors
- Slovakia names 28 players 17.12.2013 Two games on home ice before World Juniors
- Lindholm to Malmö 16.12.2013 Swedish NHL forward joins on Sunday
- Ticket info for 2015 16.12.2013 Event packages go on sale on 30 December
- Introducing Malmö 12.12.2013 Sweden’s southern city prepares to host World Juniors
- Germany names 28 players 12.12.2013 U20 camp opens on Tuesday
- More rosters named 10.12.2013 Finland, Czechs, Norway preparing for World Juniors
- Grigorenko joins Russian U20 06.12.2013 30 candidates named for World Juniors
- Hosts name preliminary squad 06.12.2013 Sweden, Switzerland announce World Juniors camp rosters
- USA names 26 for Juniors 05.12.2013 Three returning players among 2014 hopefuls
- Canada invites 25 players 03.12.2013 Camp roster announced for World Juniors
- Defending champs? 02.12.2013 USA head coach Lucia going for gold with new cast
- Sweden top in Europe 12.11.2013 Juniorkronorna, Switzerland win tournaments
- Exhibition games 01.11.2013 Eight games played in Sweden before World Juniors
- Welcome to the Fan Zone 01.10.2013 Fans get their place to warm up for World Juniors
- 100 days until World Juniors 17.09.2013 Countdown clock unveiled, exhibition games known
- Sutter perfect for Canada 27.06.2013 Two gold, 12-0 record coach returns for 2014
- Lucia named USA bench boss 27.06.2013 Takes over U20 team for 2014 World Juniors
- New format for U18, U20 24.06.2013 Semi-final bye gone, replaced by eight-team quarter-finals
- Welcome to Malmö 11.01.2013 Swedish city looking forward to first World Juniors
Sweden v Finland GMG (2-3 OT)
Rasmus Ristolainen scored at 9:42 of overtime to lift Finland to an unforgettable 3-2 win over host Sweden in the 2014 IIHF World Junior Championship on Sunday.
Canada v Russia BMG (1-2)
First-period goals from Mikhail Grigorenko and Eduard Gimatov and a 30-save performance by Andrei Vasilevski led Russia to a 2-1 win over Canada for bronze.
Canada v Finland SF (1-5)
Finland's first win over Canada in 12 years takes it to the gold-medal game against Sweden. It was the most lop-sided in U20 history for the Finns vs. Canada.
Sweden v Russia SF (2-1)
Hanging on for a 2-1 win over Russia at an ecstatic Malmö Arena, Sweden advanced to Sunday's gold medal game. Oskar Sundqvist scored the third-period winner.
Sweden v Slovakia QF (6-0)
Let the good times roll. Sweden topped Slovakia 6-0 on Thursday, making the semi-finals versus Russia. Filip Forsberg and Elias Lindholm had four points apiece.
Canada v Switzerland QF (4-1)
It seems Canada has eyes for Switzerland after winning for the 20th straight time (no losses) in U20 history, the latest a convincing 4-1 win at the Isstadion.
Finland v Czech Rep. QF (5-3)
Finland eliminated the Czech Republic with a 5-3 quarter-final victory. The Finns advance to the semi-finals, chasing their first medal since 2006's bronze.
USA v Russia QF (3-5)
The defending champions are out. Gold medalists in 2013, the United States ran into penalty trouble against Russia and couldn't capitalize on their own chances.
Finland v Switzerland (3-4 SO)
Finland came second in Group B despite losing 4-3 to the Swiss in a shootout. The Finns face the Czechs while Switzerland takes on Canada in the quarter-finals.