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WJC Medal Day: CAN-RUS (bronze), USA-SWE (gold)

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Canada will vie for bronze without Griffin Reinhart. The U.S. will try to dethrone the reigning champs.

Tavares Biter Fined; Reinhart Suspended

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The player accused of biting John Tavares in Swiss League action has been fined 900 Swiss Francs, which is enough to buy at least two cups of coffee in Geneva.

WJC Semifinal Threads: USA-Can, Rus-Swe

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Up early enough to watch the big rematch? Watching on humane hour tape delay? Living in Europe, so no sweat on the whole time zone thing? Here is your game thread.

WJC: USA vs Slovakia, Canada vs Russia game thread

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The U.S. and Slovakia have a must-win meeting before Canada faces host Russia in what could be the WJC's most bitter first-round encounter.

USA drops Sweden in overtime

The game went back and forth, neither team dominant for too long, but the USA won the scrappy affair.

All signs point to Mark Stone making NHL debut tonight

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It looks as though former 6th round draft pick Mark Stone will make his NHL debut tonight for the Ottawa Senators in their first round playoff matchup with the New York Rangers.

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World Junior Hockey 2012: All-European Final Leaves Canada Playing For Bronze

Stunning turns and toppled favorites mean Canada misses out on the WJC gold medal game for the first time in 11 years, while Team USA battles it out in the relegation round. Sweden and Russia will...

Mark Stone invited to Team Canada Summer Development Camp

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Congratulations to Ottawa Senators prospect Mark Stone on his invitation to Team Canada's Summer Development Camp. The Development Camp is the first step for players who are auditioning to join Team Canada at the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship. Stone was a 6th round pick of the Senators in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft. He posted 106 points in 71 games this past season, tying him with Ryan Nugent-Hopkins for third in points in the league.

The United States of America last night put an end to any Canadian hopes of a record sixth straight...

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The United States of America last night put an end to any Canadian hopes of a record sixth straight gold medal in the World Junior Hockey Championship when the fleet, sometimes panicking young Americans pulled off an upset 6-5 overtime victory over the defending champions and pre-tournament favourites. The win dampened an incredible Canadian comeback late in the third that saw Jordan Eberle, the clutch hero of last year's gold medal victory in Ottawa, score twice to force the overtime.

— Roy MacGregor, The Globe and Mail

Yahoo! Sports takes on the world juniors

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Here's something great to see: Long-time friend of the blog, Bruce Peter, is going to be Yahoo! Sports' man on the scene for the world junior tournament in Saskatchewan this year, providing updates...

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