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1995 - Red Deer, Canada

Team Canada was the beneficiary of the NHL lockout of 1994-95, as many players who would normally not be made available to the national junior team donned the red-and-white in Red Deer.

With so much talent on hand, Canada cruised to a perfect 7-0-0 record, blitzing opponents by scoring at least four goals in every game. It helped that the rest of the field was fairly weak in 1995, as none of the European teams would come close to matching Canada's offensive prowess.

In fact, the best non-Canadian in the tournament in terms of future success was Adam Deadmarsh, who scored 10 points for the fifth place Americans.

Thanks to the NHL lockout, Alexandre Daigle was back after a one year hiatus and he was one of five Canadians to reach double-digits in scoring. Marty Murray and Jason Allison led the way with 15 points, while Eric Daze paced the club with eight goals.

Defenceman Bryan McCabe was also an offensive force, scoring 12 points.

Despite the presence of McCabe, Ed Jovanovski, Wade Redden and Nolan Baumgartner, Canada's defence corps was very average compared to its attack. Goaltenders Jamie Storr and Dan Cloutier, both first round NHL picks, coughed up 22 goals.

In total, there were 13 first round NHL picks on the 1995 Canadian team, including eight from the class of 1994.

When the dust settled, Marty Murray was named the tournament's top forward and McCabe was the top defenceman. Canada counted four of the six all-star berths, with Allison and Daze joining Murray and McCabe.

The gold medal victory made it three in a row for Canada, which would eventually run that streak to five.

Team Canada Scoring

Player GP G A Pts
Marty Murray 7 6 9 15
Jason Allison 7 3 12 15
Bryan McCabe 7 3 9 12
Eric Daze 7 8 2 10
Alexandre Daigle 7 2 8 10
Jeff Friesen 7 5 2 7
Ryan Smyth 7 2 5 7
Jamie Rivers 7 3 3 6
Jeff O'Neill 7 2 4 6
Todd Harvey 7 6 0 6
Larry Courville 7 2 3 5
Wade Redden 7 3 2 5
Denis Pederson 7 2 2 4
Darcy Tucker 7 0 4 4
Jason Botterill 7 0 4 4
Ed Jovanovski 7 2 0 2
Nolan Baumgartner 7 0 1 1
Lee Sorochan 7 0 1 1
Chad Allen 7 0 0 0
Shean Donovan 7 0 0 0

Team Canada Goaltending

Player W-L-T GAA SO
Dan Cloutier 3-0-0 2.67 0
Jamie Storr 4-0-0 3.50 0

Final Standings

Country GP W L T GF GA Pts
Canada 7 7 0 0 49 22 14
Russia 7 5 2 0 36 24 10
Sweden 7 4 2 1 35 21 9
Finland 7 3 3 1 29 26 7
USA 7 3 4 0 28 33 6
Czech Republic 7 3 4 0 43 26 6
Germany 7 1 6 0 17 55 2
Ukraine 7 1 6 0 12 42 2

Top Scorers

Player G A Pts.
Murray, Marty (Can) 6 9 15
Allison, Jason (Can) 3 12 15
McCabe, Bryan (Can) 3 9 12
Serikow, Alexander (Ger) 2 9 11

Tournament All-Star Team

Igor Karpenko (Ukr) Anders Eriksson (Swe)
Marty Murray (Can) Bryan McCabe (Can)
Jason Allison (Can) Eric Daze (Can)


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Gold Medal Game

Finland 3, Sweden 2 (OT)

Bronze Medal Game

Russia 2, Canada 1


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