2014 World Junior A Challenge
It will be Canada East facing Switzerland when the first puck drops at the West Central Events Centre to begin the 2014 World Junior A Challenge on Dec. 14, while Canada West will meet Denmark in the other game on Day 1 in Kindersley.
The World Junior A Challenge will return to Saskatchewan for the first time since Yorkton and Humboldt hosted the inaugural event in 2006 when Kindersley and the West Central Events Centre welcome the hockey world this December.
Who recorded the most points at a single World Junior A Challenge? Who scored the fastest goal from the start of a game? Who had the longest shutout streak? Get all the answers in the official World Junior A Challenge Guide & Record Book.
Fresh off an RBC Cup championship with the Yorkton Terriers last season, Trent Cassan will step behind the Canada West bench as head coach at the 2014 World Junior A Challenge. But first, he answers a few questions from HockeyCanada.ca.
An assistant coach in 2006 and general manager from 2007-09, Marty Abrams returns to the World Junior A Challenge this December as head coach of Canada East, but not before answering a few questions from HockeyCanada.ca.
The Washington Capitals made Jakub Vrana the 13th overall pick in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft, the first of 23 World Junior A Challenge alumni selected in Philadelphia, including three chosen in the first round.

For more information please contact:
Anne-Marie Lafave, Manager, Marketing Service/Events
Close
Credit  
Close
Photo Credit: