A trio of Habs hopefuls intended to make their presence felt in Alberta at this year’s World Juniors.
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Cole Caufield and the USA take gold in a 2-0 shut-out over Team Canada.
A slow start was overcome, and Finland takes home a medal.
The North American rivals duke it out for the title.
Daily updates on how the Habs prospects are faring in the Edmonton bubble.
2021 World Juniors
Previewing and recapping the annual IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship, with a focus on the performance of the Montreal Canadiens prospects taking part.
The two North American teams finally square off on Tuesday — with everything on the line.
It wasn’t pretty, but the Americans survived a dangerous Finnish team and will now play for the gold medal.
The first game of the final four pits two familiar foes against one another.
It wasn’t pretty by any means, but Canada is moving on to the semifinals with a strong win against the Czech Republic.
Canada’s offence goes up against the Czechs’ defence in the third game of the day.
The second playoff game of the day is also one of the world’s biggest rivalries.
Russia will try to take away all of Tim Stützle’s ice in the first of four matchups on the day.
Myšák talks about his defensive improvements and having two Habs legends to learn from as he develops.
Canada came storming out of the gate and maintained that level all game long.
Kaiden Guhle added his second goal in a game in which Switzerland stood no chance.
Trevor Zegras adds to his points haul in a 7-0 victory.
Canada aims for a third consecutive win to start the tournament.
Team USA’s offence came alive on Saturday. The Czechs clamped down on Russia on Sunday. Today, those two styles clash.
We look at the early performances of the three prospects at the WJC in today’s podcast episode.
The Czechs made the most of their key chances as they upset Russia on Sunday night.