The final step in Hockey Canada’s Program of Excellence, Canada's National Junior Team has found record-setting success at the IIHF World Junior Championship since the first year of the POE in 1982, winning 16 gold medals, including five-year runs from 1993-97 and 2005-09.

National Junior Team
2021 IIHF World Junior Championship
Edmonton and Red Deer, Alta.
2021 IIHF World Junior Championship
Dec. 26, 2020 - Jan. 5, 2021
Edmonton and Red Deer, Alta.
2020 IIHF World Junior Championship
Dec. 26, 2019 - Jan. 5, 2020
Ostrava and Trinec, CZE
2018 IIHF World Junior Championship
Dec. 26, 2018 - Jan. 5, 2019
Vancouver and Victoria, B.C.
2018 IIHF World Junior Championship
Dec. 26, 2017 - Jan. 5, 2018
Buffalo, N.Y.
2017 IIHF World Junior Championship
Dec. 26, 2016 - Jan. 5, 2017
Montreal, Que./Toronto, Ont.
2016 IIHF World Junior Championship
Dec. 26, 2015 - Jan. 5, 2016
Helsinki, Finland
2015 IIHF World Junior Championship
Dec. 26, 2014 - Jan. 5, 2015
Toronto, Ont./Montreal, Que.
World Juniors

All-Time Results
Year Gold Silver Bronze CAN Location
2021 USA CAN FIN 2nd Edmonton, Alta.
2020 CAN RUS SWE 1st Ostrava/Trinec, CZE
2019 FIN USA RUS 6th Vancouver/Victoria, B.C.
2018 CAN SWE USA 1st Buffalo, N.Y.
2017 USA CAN RUS 2nd Montreal, Que./Toronto, Ont.
2016 FIN RUS USA 6th Helsinki, FIN
2015 CAN RUS SVK 1st Toronto, Ont./Montreal, Que.
2014 FIN SWE RUS 4th Malmö, SWE
2013 USA SWE RUS 4th Ufa, RUS
2012 SWE RUS CAN 3rd Calgary/Edmonton, Alta
2011 RUS CAN USA 2nd Buffalo, N.Y.
2010 USA CAN SWE 2nd Saskatoon/Regina, Sask.
2009 CAN SWE RUS 1st Ottawa, Ont.
2008 CAN SWE RUS 1st Pardubice/Liberec, CZE
2007 CAN RUS USA 1st Leksand/Mora, SWE
2006 CAN RUS FIN 1st Vancouver/Kamloops/Kelowna, B.C.
2005 CAN RUS CZE 1st Grand Forks, N.D.
2004 USA CAN FIN 2nd Helsinki/Hameenlinna, FIN
2003 RUS CAN FIN 2nd Halifax/Sydney, N.S.
2002 RUS CAN FIN 2nd Pardubice/Hradec Kralove, CZE
2001 CZE FIN CAN 3rd Moscow, RUS
2000 CZE RUS CAN 3rd Skelleftea/Umea, SWE
1999 RUS CAN SVK 2nd Winnipeg, Man.
1998 FIN RUS SUI 8th Helsinki/Hameenlinna, FIN
1997 CAN USA RUS 1st Geneva/Morges, SUI
1996 CAN SWE RUS 1st Boston, Mass.
1995 CAN RUS SWE 1st Red Deer, Alta.
1994 CAN SWE RUS 1st Ostrava/Fryek, CZE
1993 CAN SWE CZE/SVK 1st Gavle, SWE
1992 CIS SWE USA 6th Fussen, GER
1991 CAN USSR TCH 1st Saskatoon, Sask.
1990 CAN USSR TCH 1st Helsinki, FIN
1989 USSR SWE TCH 4th Anchorage, Alaska
1988 CAN USSR FIN 1st Moscow, RUS
1987 FIN TCH SWE 7th Piestany, TCH
1986 USSR CAN USA 2nd Hamilton, Ont.
1985 CAN TCH USSR 1st Helsinki, FIN
1984 USSR FIN TCH 4th Nykoping, SWE
1983 USSR TCH CAN 3rd Leningrad, URS
1982 CAN TCH FIN 1st Minnesota
1980 USSR FIN SWE 5th Helsinki, FIN
1979 USSR SWE TCH 5th Karlstad, SWE
1978 USSR SWE CAN 3rd Montreal, Que.
1976* USSR CAN TCH 2nd FIN
1975* USSR CAN SWE 2nd CAN
1974* USSR FIN CAN 3rd Leningrad, URS

* Prior to the 1977 IIHF World Junior Championship, the World Juniors was an invitational tournament and not an IIHF-sanctioned world championship.

National Junior Team
2021-22 NWDT: BLU 1 – YEL 0 (Intrasquad)
Paul scored the lone goal in the women’s development camp finale.
2021-22 NWDT: BLU 3 – YEL 1 (Intrasquad)
Serdachny scored with one second left to send Blue past Yellow.
2021-22 POE: RED 7 – WHT 2 (Intrasquad)
Bolduc scored twice in the first period to help Red to the win.
2021-22 WU18: BLK 4 – WHT 1 (Intrasquad)
Duscio, Newhook and MacSween scored in the third period to lead Black.