2019 IIHF World Junior Championship

The host committee co-chairs talk about bringing the World Juniors to B.C., helping celebrate 100 years of B.C. Hockey, and what the tournament will mean to minor hockey.
Three returnees highlight the roster for the Sport Chek World Junior Showcase – the first step on the road to REPRESENT.
Tim Hunter will lead Canada at the 2019 World Juniors, with assistants Marc-André Dumont, Jim Hulton and Brent Kisio.
Two new ticket packs – nine- and 10-game options – have been launched to help fans REPRESENT at the World Juniors.
Martin Mondou, Alan Millar and Steve Staios will oversee Canada’s U17, U18 and U20 programs, respectively, next season.
The 2018 Stanley Cup Final features 31 players who wore their country’s colours at the IIHF World Junior Championship.
Canada, Finland, Sweden and the U.S. will converge on the B.C. interior this August for 11 games on the road to the WJC.
Twenty-six players with Program of Excellence experience are chasing a national championship at the 2018 Memorial Cup.
The strategic advisor with Fasken talks about making the event B.C.-wide and connecting with the South Asian community.
The president and CEO of the BCLC talks about maximizing the impact of the 2019 World Juniors across British Columbia.
Just over a year from the first drop of the puck in B.C., ticket packages are now available for the 2019 World Juniors.
The IIHF World Junior Championship is headed back to British Columbia; Vancouver and Victoria will play host in 2019.
Hockey Canada is now accepting submissions of intent from cities interested in playing host to the holiday tournament.

Canada's 2018-19 National Junior Team

Here is the official home of Canada's 2018-19 National Junior Team, and for Team Canada at the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship in Vancouver and Victoria, B.C. Get the latest team, ticket and event information. You will also find news, features and live game stats for the Sport Chek World Junior Showcase taking place in Kamloops, B.C., from July 30 to August 4, 2018.

2018 WJC: CAN 3 – SWE 1 (Gold Medal)
Steenbergen scored the late GWG, giving Canada its 17th gold medal.
2018 WJC : CAN 7 – CZE 2 (Semifinal)
Batherson netted a hat trick to send Canada to the gold medal game.
2018 WJC : CAN 8 – SUI 2 (Quarter-final)
Howden had a goal and three assists, sending Canada to the semis.
2018 WJC : CAN 8 – DEN 0 (Preliminary)
15 players recorded points to help Canada clinch first in Group A.
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