2019 IIHF World Junior Championship

A little Canadian hospitality during the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship earned Cory Truscott the trip of a lifetime to see how the game is embraced in Kazakhstan.
Michael DiPietro was spectacular in a 32-save performance, but Canada saw its run end with a 2-1 OT loss to Finland.
From volunteers to social media, attendance and beverages consumed, take a by-the-numbers look at the World Juniors.
The Montreal student has crossed the country (after crossing the Atlantic in 2016) to volunteer at her third WJC.
Brett Leason has been a revelation, scoring at will and playing his way into an unlikely trip to the World Juniors.
Ian Mitchell lost his best friend in the Humboldt tragedy. Now, the “kid from Calahoo” is playing for more than gold.
The VPD officer, who spent five seasons in the Western Hockey League, has guided Russia around B.C. as team host.
Making dreams come true
The Hockey Canada Foundation paid a visit to Richmond, B.C., getting 25 young Indigenous players into the game.
A hockey-loving band of brothers from rural Saskatchewan, the Hunter Brothers are the voice of the World Juniors.
Carey Price backstopped Canada to gold in 2007, playing every second and earning MVP and Top Goaltender honours.
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Ryan Nugent-Hopkins served as captain, earned Top Forward honours and led the World Juniors in scoring in 2013.
Before he was an Olympian, Russ Courtnall wore the ‘C’ and had back-to-back hat tricks as part of a 13-point effort.
Curtis Lazar, Nic Petan and Sam Reinhart combined for 31 points on home ice to return Canada to the top of the podium.
Mark Morrison helped the first POE team to gold with a 10-point performance in 1982, and added bronze a year later.
How many have played in the POE? How many are first-round NHL picks? Take a closer look at the 33 invited to Victoria.
Be part of the World Juniors – Hockey Canada is hosting development camps for Initiation to Peewee.
Paul Kariya finished with eight points in seven games in a golden performance at his second World Juniors in 1993.
Mathew Barzal finished top-10 in scoring in his second go-round at World Juniors in 2017, helping Canada to silver.
The WJC has launched the ‘Canadiana’ look that will be splashed across Vancouver and Victoria during the event.
Scott Niedermayer won World Juniors gold in 1991 and was named an all-star a year later, all without recording a point.
Kyle Turris recorded points in six of seven games to lead a talented roster in scoring and help Canada to another gold.
The Juno Award-winning Glorious Sons will take the stage at the Commodore Ballroom for the World Juniors After Party.
Ryan Walter wore the ‘C’ when Montreal hosted the first World Juniors on Canadian ice in 1978, winning bronze.
WJC hopefuls will gather in the B.C. capital for selection camp, which includes three games against U SPORTS.
The 2018-19 NHL season opened with 411 WJC alumni – 13 MVPs and 134 Canadians – earning a place on rosters.
B.C. Hockey is taking WJC excitement across the province, visiting 39 communities on the Road to the World Juniors.
The focus is on building excitement and connecting with fans across the province during the countdown to Dec. 26.
Fourteen years after helping the ‘Dream Team’ to WJC gold, Jim Hulton is behind the bench again with Team Canada.
The World Juniors bench boss talks about making the move from assistant, playing in Canada, and camp in Kamloops.
The 2018 Stanley Cup Final features 31 players who wore their country’s colours at the IIHF World Junior Championship.
Glass scored early, but Canada came up one short in its prelim finale.
Five different players scored to keep Canada perfect in the prelims.
Dobson scored the game-winning goal to help Canada edge the Swiss.
Comtois tied a Canadian record with 4 goals in a win over the Danes.
Frost and Hayton scored goals, but special teams doomed Canada.
Glass had a goal and two assists again to help Canada top the Slovaks.
Comtois scored twice and added two assists to lead Canada to the win.
Tippett scored, but DiPietro made 32 saves in the NJT camp finale.
Seven players recorded points, but the NJT campers fell to U SPORTS.
Studnicka had 2G in regulation and Bowers added the shootout winner.
WJC Playmakers
The Giants’ co-owner talks about the legacy of the World Juniors.
The Giants’ co-owner talks about making the WJC a family affair.
The Giants’ senior VP talks about the evolution of the World Juniors.
The Pattison director talks about Vancouver’s passion for big events.
The managing director talks about building the Vancouver/Victoria bid.
The tourism head talks about the potential economic impact of the WJC.
The parks and rec director talks about community support in Victoria.
Ron Toigo and Barry Petrachenko talk about bringing the WJC to B.C.
The BCLC head talks about maximizing the impact of the WJC in B.C.
The sport hosting manager talks about creating another hockey success.
The Fasken advisor talks about making the WJC a B.C.-wide event.

2019 IIHF World Junior Championship


This is the official home of Team Canada, Canada's 2018-19 National Junior Team at the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship in Vancouver and Victoria, B.C. Get the latest about Team Canada, along with World Juniors ticket and event information.

You will also find extensive coverage of the Lordco Road to the World Juniors, Canada's National Junior Team Sport Chek Selection Camp and the Sport Chek World Junior Showcase.

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