10 takeaways from Canada’s World Junior Summer Showcase

Hockey Canada wrapped up its summer development camp for under-18 and under-20 players in Tsuut'ina Nation, Alta., earlier this week. Here are 10 takeaways as Team Canada gears up for the 2022 World Juniors in Edmonton and Red Deer.

Mark Masters

Mark Masters

'Situation is prime' for Wright to be a leader for Canada at World Juniors

Shane Wright believes he can have a huge role on Canada's World Junior team this year and says he was motivated more than ever after getting cut last year. His coach and teammates have high praise for the 17-year old after what he was able to accomplish at the U-18's as an under-ager.

USA Wins Gold

Knight, USA blank Canada to win 2021 World Juniors

Spencer Knight made 34 saves for a shutout and Trevor Zegras had a goal and an assist as Team USA defeated Team Canada 2-0 in the gold-medal game to win the 2021 IIHF World Junior Championship on Tuesday.

David Alter

Zegras wins World Juniors MVP, Canada's Levi top goalie

Team USA forward Trevor Zegras was named the tournament MVP at the World Juniors Tuesday night in Edmonton. Canadian Devon Levi was named the tournament's top goalie while Dylan Cozens and Bowen Byram joined Levi as tournament All-Stars.

American NHLers bask in junior team's glory after gold-medal win over rival Canada

Ottawa Senators forward Alex Galchenyuk is one of several American NHL players that has publicly celebrated his country’s 2-0 win over Canada Tuesday night in the final of this year's World Junior Championship.

Tourigny acknowledges Guhle's struggles vs. USA

Tourigny acknowledges Guhle's struggles vs. USA

Team Canada head coach Andre Tourigny conceded on Friday that Montreal Canadiens prospect Kaiden Guhle struggled in the 2-0 gold-medal game loss to the United States, but didn't lay any blame at the 18-year-old defenceman's feet for the loss.

Hamilton: Canada was an extremely close group, never saw any cliques develop

AJ and Steve are joined by equipment manager for the Ottawa 67's and Team Canada at the World Juniors Chris Hamilton to talk about his experience at the tournament, in the bubble and working with Andre Tourigny for the last 3 years and at the event.

McGuire: Americans saved their best for last

NBC hockey analyst Pierre McGuire joined the show to recap the gold medal victory for the Americans over the Canadians at the WJHC, Habs and more.

WJC Wrap up

WJC Finals Set

Poised Drysdale finds new level at second World Juniors

Despite being just 18-years-old, Team Canada defenceman Jamie Drysdale came into the 2021 World Junior Championship in Edmonton with a veteran poise. While this year's tournament ended with a silver medal instead of gold for Canada, Drysdale took a notable step forward with his play.

- Brianne Spiker
Poised Drysdale finds new level at second World Juniors

Cozens sets the tone as Canada keeps confidence in Czech

Dylan Cozens is one of six returnin​g players, who helped Canada roll through the quarterfinals and semifinals last year after a big win on New Year's Eve. He's looking for similar success this year starting tonight against the Czech Republic. Mark Masters has more.

Mark Masters

Mark Masters

Levi picks up shutout, Canada blanks Czechs to advance to semis

Levi picks up shutout, Canada blanks Czechs to advance to semis

Devon Levi made 29 saves for the shutout and Dylan Cozens and Connor McMichael each had a goal and an assist as Team Canada defeated Team Czech Republic 3-0 on Saturday to advance to the semifinals at the IIHF World Junior Hockey Tournament in Edmonton.

- David Alter
Russia survives Germany, advances to semis

Russia survives Germany, advances to semis

Russia moved on to the semifinals of the world junior hockey championship with a 2-1 win over Germany on Saturday. Vasili Ponomaryov and Danil Bashkirov scored for Russia, while goaltender Yaroslav Askarov made 18 saves.

Cozens scores twice as Canada defeats Finland to win group

Dylan Cozens, Dylan Holloway and Peyton Krebs scored goals as Team Canada dominated Team Finland 4-1 on Thursday night to close out preliminary round action at the World Juniors in Edmonton. Canada will face the Czech Republic in the quarterfinals on Saturday.

David Alter

Beefed-up Byfield in position to play big role for Canada at World Juniors

For the second year in a row, forward Quinton Byfield is the youngest player on Team Canada at the World Junior Championship. Now 18 and fresh off being drafted second overall by the Los Angeles Kings in October’s NHL Draft, the expectations to perform are much higher for the Newmarket, Ont., native.

Brianne Spiker

USA beats Sweden to win Group B

A 4-0 win over Sweden moved the United States to the top of Pool B at the world junior hockey championship in Edmonton on Thursday. Trevor Zegras had a goal and two assists in the victory, while Drew Helleson, Ryan Johnson and Alex Turcotte also scored for the U.S.

USA beats Sweden to win Group B

Canada is 'all business' ahead of high-stakes showdown with Finland

What are the stakes tonight? A win and Canada takes top spot in Group A and faces the Czech Republic, fourth place in Group B, on Saturday. A loss leads to a knockout-stage date with either the United States or Sweden, Mark Masters writes.

Mark Masters

Mark Masters

Finland remains undefeated, Germany advances into quarters at World Juniors

Finland beat Slovakia 6-0 on Wednesday to improve to 3-0 in group play in the world junior hockey championship. Later on, Germany beat Switzerland 5-4 to advance to the playoff round for the first time.

Former World Juniors captain Dube cheering on Canada from Calgary

As a veteran of 14 World Juniors games with two medals for Team Canada, Flames forward Dillon Dube is rooting for this year’s squad and has some simple advice for the players in their quest for back-to-back golds: “just stay in the moment,” Salim Valji reports from Calgary.

Salim Valji

Salim Valji

World Juniors Group Stage

Heated battle for Group 'B' highlights Day 6 action at WJC

While the leaders have separated themselves in Group 'A', the same can't be said for 'Group' B as it remains a three-team race at the top. Team Sweden has a game in hand and looks to take advantage of their spot on top as the 2021 IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship continues inside the bubble in Edmonton.

Heated battle for Group 'B' highlights Day 6 action at WJC

2020 Canadian junior squad named CP's team of the year

The Canadian junior hockey team is The Canadian Press team of the year. The squad captured gold at the world junior championship last January, rallying from a two-goal deficit in the third period to beat Russia in the gold-medal game in the Czech Republic.

'Relentless' Holloway will play through pain at World Juniors

Edmonton Oilers’ first-round pick Dylan Holloway was a full participant at Monday’s practice after sitting out Sunday’s game with an upper-body injury, but the gritty forward remains an important piece of Canada's attack and will be ready for Tuesday’s game against the Swiss, Mark Masters writes.

Mark Masters

Mark Masters

Canada F Holloway (UBI) out against Slovakia

Canada F Holloway (UBI) out against Slovakia

Team Canada will not have forward Dylan Holloway in the lineup due to an upper-body injury when they take on Slovakia in their second preliminary match at the 2021 IIHF World Juniors.

- David Alter

Canada looks to build momentum following goal barrage in opener

Team Canada looks to prove that their offensive spark was lit beyond fuse a short-staffed Team Germany squad as they take on Slovakia on Day 3 action at the 2021 IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship in Edmonton. All of the games can be seen on TSN and streaming on TSN.ca, the TSN App and TSN Direct.

Austria's Wimmer to have hearing for hit

The IIHF will hold a disciplinary hearing regarding a hit that Austrian defenceman Philipp Wimmer delivered on US forward Patrick Moynihan in their opening game at the 2021 World Juniors. The 19-year-old Austrian was assessed a five-minute major and a game misconduct for the hit.

Byram, Cozens to split 'C' for Canada

Forward Dylan Cozens and defenceman Bowen Bryam will alternate wearing the captain's 'C' for Canada at the world junior hockey championship. Canada captain Kirby Dach suffered a wrist injury in a pre-tournament game against Russia on Wednesday and will miss the event.