Canada—2001--Mike Cammalleri tied a Team Canada record by registering seven points (3 goals, 4 assists) in a game against France.
International—1976—Led by Slava Fetisov and Sergei Makarov, the Soviet Union crushes Poland in the first official WJC in Zvolen, Czechoslovakia
Canada—1994—Canada scored five power-play goals in a 7-1 victory over Ukraine.
International—1991--Peter Forsberg of Sweden makes his World Juniors debut, starring in an 8-4 win over Czechoslovakia
Canada—1998—Canada and Slovakia played to a scoreless tie, the only such score for Canada in WJC history.
International—2001—Host nation Russia followed a lazy 3-3 tie to open the WJC with a convincing 12-1 smothering of Belarus
Canada—2003—Sidney Crosby became the youngest player in WJC history to score a goal when he beat Swiss goalie Daniel Manzato in the third period of a 7-2 win.
International—2002—Chris Higgins of the USA scored two short-handed goals to lead his team to a 3-1 win over the Swiss in Halifax.
Canada—1998—Jamie Lundmark scored Canada’s only goal by penalty shot in WJC history, beating Rastislav Stana of Slovakia on the free shot.
International—2001—Finland hammered France 8-0, the third successive loss for the French during which time they were outscored 28-1.
Canada—1990—Despite allowing a staggering 66 shots, Canada defeated Finland 5-1 in its fifth game of the round-robin WJC en route to a gold medal.
International—1982—Three of four games played this night at the 1983 WJC in the Soviet Union ended with a 4-2 score, the only other game a 7-3 win by the home side over Canada.
Canada—2003—Canada beat Finland 5-3 to finish with a perfect 4-0-0 record at the end of round-robin play in Halifax.
International—1998--The Sedin twins, Daniel and Henrik, combined for eight points (four each) in an 11-4 drubbing of Kazakhstan in Winnipeg.
Canada—2000--The Canadians began the new millennium with a convincing 8-3 win over Switzerland in Skelleftea, Sweden to remain undefeated at 3-0-2.
International—2002—Switzerland beat Slovakia 3-2 in a quarter-finals shootout to advance to a semi-finals showdown against Canada in the Czech Republic.
Canada—2001—Jamie Lundmark scored with just 5:06 left in the third period to give Canada a 2-1 win over the USA and advance to the semi-finals in Moscow.
International—2000—Despite the presence of Marian Gaborik, soon to be drafted number-one in the NHL, Slovakia loses a crucial relegation game to the Ukraine 3-1.
Canada—1988—During Canada’s 8-1 victory over Germany, forward Adam Graves set a Canadian record by scoring three goals in just 5:46 in the second period.
International—1993--Peter Forsberg ended his brilliant junior career, leading Sweden to a silver medal with a 5-1 win over Russia during a year in which he amassed a staggering 24 assists and 31 points, both WJC records.
Canada—1983—Canada routed Norway 13-0 in WJC competition, allowing just six shots during the entire game, a team record.
International—2000—The Czechs won their first ever WJC gold by defeating Russia 1-0 in a shootout in which goalie Zdenek Smid stopped four of five Russian shots.
Canada—1988—Canada completed an undefeated tournament (6-0-1) by beating Poland 9-1 on the final day of the tournament and capturing the gold medal.
International—Team USA defeated Canada 4-3 in a thrilling final to capture its first ever gold medal at the WJC.
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