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January 1, 2006
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So, you think you’re a fanatic when it comes to the IIHF World Junior Championship?

Here’s your chance to see if you’re a true gold medal contender in the trivia department as you tackle the following ten questions.

Send your answers

(plus your name, complete mailing address, phone number, and email address)

to worldjuniortrivia2006@hotmail.com.

Entries will be accepted until the start of the gold medal game (16:00) on Thursday, January 5. The first three randomly selected entries with all 10 correct answers will win an official WJC program.

1. Which current members of the Vancouver Canucks played for Team Canada when it won the World Junior gold medal in 1995?

2. Which three Czech players were named to the tournament all-star team in 1990?

3. Who scored the overtime winner versus Russia to earn Finland the gold medal in 1998?

4. Who coaches Oskars Bartulis and Martin Karsums of Latvia with their QMJHL club?

5. In which British Columbia city did Team Norway train prior to the 2006 IIHF World Junior Championship?

6. Who is the top-scoring Russian player in IIHF World Junior Championship history?

7. In which tournament did Slovakia achieve a scoreless tie with Team Canada?

8. Which Swedish player holds the single-tournament record for most points (14) by a defenceman?

9. Which Swiss city hosted the 1997 IIHF World Junior Championship?

10. In which years did Brian Leetch represent the USA at the World Juniors?

Send your answers (plus your name, complete mailing address, phone number, and email address) to worldjuniortrivia2006@hotmail.com.


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