Canada-Finland semifinal watched by 2.7 million viewers
The 2014 World Junior Hockey Championship wrapped up as the most-watched non-North American World Juniors ever and doubled the audience of last year's tournament. Canada's loss to Finland in the semifinal ranks as the tournament's most-watched game with a record 2.7 million viewers, the largest ever for a World Juniors game played outside of North America. Full Story.(Photo: IIHF-HHOF/Images On Ice)
Rasmus Ristolainen scored 9:42 into overtime as Finland stunned host Sweden 3-2 Sunday to win the 2014 World Junior Hockey Championship. The win marks the third gold medal for Finland at the tournament, after previously winning gold in 1998 and 1987. Full Story.
The First Drought
For the first time in more than 30 years, Canada officially has a medal drought at the World Junior Hockey Championship. Canada dropped the bronze medal game to Russia by a score of 2-1 on Sunday, marking the first time it has failed to win a medal in back-to-back tournaments since the Program of Excellence's inception in 1982. Full Story.