Hockey Canada Network |
News
2003 IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship Game Schedule Announced
NR.055.02
|
June 19, 2002
|
|

HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA - The 2003 IIHF World Hockey Junior Hockey Championship Game Schedule was officially announced on Wednesday in Halifax and Sydney, NS. The schedule was approved in May, 2002 at the IIHF General Congress in Sweden by all of the participating countries.

The 2003 IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship runs from December 26-31, 2002 in Sydney, NS and through January 5th, 2003 in Halifax, NS. This will mark the sixth time that Canada has hosted the IIHF World Junior Championship: Montreal, QC (1978), Hamilton (1986), Saskatoon (1991), Red Deer (1995), Winnipeg (1999).

The schedule features the 10 top hockey nations in junior hockey, which divided into two groups based on results at the 2002 World Junior Championship.

Canada heads up Group B, based in Halifax, NS with, in order of their ranking, Finland, Sweden, the Czech Republic and Germany. Group A will be based in Sydney, NS and will feature defending gold medal champion Russia, Switzerland, USA, Slovakia and Belarus. After the preliminary round robin, all of the remaining games, including the medal rounds, will be played in Halifax.

The host team from Canada will open up against Sweden at 8:10 pm (Atlantic) on at the Halifax Metro Centre. All of Canada's games will be broadcast live on Team Canada's official broadcasters, TSN and RDS. Canada's round robin schedule is as follows:

Date Game Location Time

CANADA vs. Sweden Halifax Metro Centre 8:10 pm

CANADA vs. Czech Rep. Halifax Metro Centre 3:10 pm

CANADA vs. Germany Halifax Metro Centre 4:10 pm

CANADA vs. Finland Halifax Metro Centre 8:10 pm

Ticket packages are still available for games in Halifax, NS and in Sydney, NS. Call 902-425-9542 for further ticket information. No individual game tickets are on sale at this time.

"We have been busy over the past year getting our own team together: volunteers at all levels have made the organization of this event possible," said Fred MacGillivray, Event Chairman. "We have worked hard to ensure that all 31 games of the tournament will be played in Nova Scotia and I am pleased to see the release of the schedule to the public. This schedule is a call to hockey fans everywhere to 'Join the Rush'".


For more information:

André Brin
Director, Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4557
abrin@hockeycanada.ca

Francis Dupont
Manager, Media Relations/Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4564
fdupont@hockeycanada.ca

Jason LaRose
Manager, Content Services
Hockey Canada
403-777-4553
jlarose@hockeycanada.ca

Kristen Lipscombe
Coordinator, Communications
Hockey Canada
403-284-6427
klipscombe@hockeycanada.ca

Keegan Goodrich
Coordinator, Media
Hockey Canada
403-284-6484
kgoodrich@hockeycanada.ca

facebook.com/hockeycanada

twitter.com/hockeycanada

youtube.com/hockeycanadavideos

Videos
Photos
2014 WWU18C: CAN 5 – USA 1
Mar 30, 2014
U18 women win gold.
2014 WWU18C: CAN 1 – RUS 0 (OT)
Mar 29, 2014
Canada edges Russia in overtime.
2014 WWU18C: CAN 5 – CZE 0
Mar 26, 2014
Canadians shut out Czechs.
2014 WWU18C: CAN 7 – FIN 0
Mar 24, 2014
U18 women blank Finland.
2014 WWU18C: CAN 7 – JPN 1
Mar 23, 2014
Canada starts Worlds with win
2014 PARA: CAN 3 – NOR 0 (Bronze)
Mar 15, 2014
Billy Bridges scored a pair of goals to lead Canada to a Paralympic bronze.
2014 PARA: USA 3 – CAN 0 (Semifinal)
Mar 13, 2014
Corbin Watson made seven saves, but Canada will play for Paralympic bronze.
2014 PARA: CAN 1 – CZE 0 (Preliminary)
Mar 11, 2014
Westlake scored the lone goal to help Canada to a perfect preliminary round.
2014 PARA: CAN 4 – NOR 0 (Preliminary)
Mar 09, 2014
Adam Dixon scored twice to lead Canada to its second straight win in Sochi.
2014 PARA: CAN 10 – SWE 1 (Preliminary)
Mar 08, 2014
Gale, Dixon and Rempel had four points each to lead Canada to a win.
2014 PARA: Welcome to Sochi
Mar 02, 2014
Canada’s National Sledge Team has arrived ahead of the Paralympics.
2010 OLYW: Flag Raising
Feb 10, 2010
Canada's National Women's Team taking part in the Flag Raising ceremony at the Olympic Village in Vancouver, B.C.
Schedule
Close
Credit  
Close
Photo Credit: