ESPN Classic brings you some of the most memorable moments from the IIHF World Hockey Championship.
Sat. April 27, 10am et/7am pt
WHC - 1994 Final, Canada vs. Finland (May 8, 1994) Team Canada finally comes through for a gold medal in the WHC Championship after a long drought. Luc Robitaille figures very prominently in the win with two big goals in Canada's shootout win.
Sat. April 27, Noon et/9am pt
1996 WHC Semi-final, Canada vs. Russia (May 3, 1996): This Classic Rivalry comes down to a shootout. What a finish. Darren Dutchyshen had the call. Future NHL on TSN commentator Ray Ferraro figures prominently.
Sat. April 27, 2pm et/11am pt
1997 WHC Final, Canada vs. Sweden (May 5, 1997): Team Canada strives to win its second World Hockey Championship in three years. Sean Burke is stellar in goal for the Canadians.
Sat. April 27, 4pm et/1pm pt
2003 Men's WHC Final, Canada vs. Sweden (May 11, 2003): Anson Carter scores the biggest goal of his hockey career.
Sun. April 28, Noon et/9am pt
2004 World Hockey Championship Final, Canada vs. Sweden - Team Canada captures back-to-back gold medals.
Sun. April 28, 2pm et/11am pt
2005 World Hockey Championship - QF, Canada vs. Slovakia (May 12, 2005): In the lockout year, Team Canada featured many young NHL Stars including Crosby, Carter and Richards.
Sun. April 28, 4pm et/1pm pt
2006 World Hockey Championship - QF, Canada vs. Slovakia (May 17, 2006): Bergeron, Crosby, and Carter score in less than two minutes to put it away for Canada.
Sun. April 28, 6pm et/3pm pt
2007 WHC Gold Medal Game - Canada vs. Finland (May 13, 2007): Canada's quest for gold is highlighted by an incredible goal by power forward Rick Nash. Nash was drafted first overall in the 2002 NHL Entry Draft.
Sun. April 28, 8pm et/5pm pt
2008 World Hockey Championship - Final Canada vs. Russia (May 18, 2008): Quebec City is the host for Canada vs. Russia in international hockey. The rivalry continues.
Sun. April 28, 10pm et/7pm pt
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