World Juniors 2022 Live Stream Online (2023)

How to Watch World Junior Ice Hockey Championships Live Stream (WJC) 2022 World Juniors Hockey Game Online.

From Thursday, December 25, 2021 through January 5, 2022, the world's finest Ice Hockey kids will compete for the right to be named the greatest in the world. Canada is hosting the tournament for the 14th time in its existence.

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The 2022 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships (2022 WJHC) will be the 46th edition of the Ice Hockey World Junior Championship. It is set to begin on December 25, 2021, and conclude with the gold medal game on January 5, 2022.

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DATES: December 25, 2021 – January 5, 2022


VENUE(S) Rogers Place (in 1 host city)

Canada will host the IHWJC for the 15th time. Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, it will be held behind closed doors in Alberta, Canada, with no spectators permitted.

Those who want to watch the tournament live may do so as well. Which leads us to this guide. Ladies and gentlemen, here's how you can watch the World Junior Championship live no matter where you are on the globe.

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The roster for the 2021-22 World Junior Championship, like in previous years, is divided into two groups of five teams. So, here's how the groups are created, as well as the complete competition schedule for the 2022 World Junior Championships in Hockey:

Group A Group B

(in Red Deer) (in Edmonton)

USA (1) Canada (2)

Russia (4) Finland (3)

Sweden (5) Germany (6)

Slovakia (8) Czech Republic (7)

Switzerland (9) Austria (10)

Here's an early look at the potential WJC Group A rosters for next year. Check back tomorrow for our Group B predictions.

The 2022 World Junior Championship was a battle from the outset between two of the greatest teams in tournament history: Team Canada, consisting of 23 first-round picks, and Team USA, led by the best birth year the country had ever produced.

The Gold Medal game was the one that everyone anticipated. Prior to that point, there wasn't much competition, with Russia and Finland getting annihilated in the semi-finals, but it finished in an amazing tactical battle between two rivals.

The competition in 2022 will be substantially different and much more fierce. Whereas last year was a battle of superstar NHL-affiliated players, next year is shaping up to be a showcase of the finest talent from the 2022 and 2023 classes.

For the second year in a straight, the United States, Sweden, and Russia will play in the preliminary round, joined by Slovakia and Switzerland. Let's take a look at how the teams in Group A could line up in a year's time.


Returnees who are qualified

With the 2001s growing and moving on to terrify opponents at the men's level, it's time for a new generation of Americans to make their imprint on the global stage.

Matthew Beniers has been soaring up draft boards all year, thanks to his excellent high-energy, two-way game at the University of Michigan. With teammate Thomas Bordeleau out due to COVID, he took over as 2C this year. These two may end up fighting for the 1C job next year.

Jake Sanderson showed his shut-down abilities in this tournament, and if he does not make the NHL, he will be the team's top defender. Tyler Kleven, a teammate from North Dakota, will most likely join him.

Brett Berard established a name for himself in this year's tournament as well, with a goal and four assists. The Rangers' fifth-round pick in 2020 is already looking like a steal. Landon Slaggert anchored the fourth line and will almost likely play a checking role again. Brock Faber, who had five assists last season, will provide offense from the blueline once again.


The 2003 age group isn't very strong, but it will still produce many first-round picks in the upcoming draft. Luke, Jack and Quinn's younger brother, has all of the Hughes hallmarks: great edgework, speed, and vision. This year, he is the U18s' crown jewel, and he should head the top powerplay unit. Aidan Hreschuk, his defensive partner, will also be able to join him.

Sasha Pastujov is the U18 National Team's leading scorer and a strong candidate for a spot on the first line. With silky hands and a great eye for a pass, any center would be delighted to have him on their team. Chaz Lucius was supposed to center his line, but he has been missing the whole season due to injury. To make next year's World Junior Team, he must continue to demonstrate his top goal-scoring abilities for the rest of the 2020-21 season and his first few months at the University of Minnesota.

Drew Commesso, a goalie who graduated from the program this year and is currently at Boston University, is the favorite to start for the Americans. Right now, the Blackhawks' second-round selection doesn't have much competition for the position.

Rutger McGroarty, a 2022-eligible, has already spent time with the U18 team and has dominated for the U17s. The Notre Dame commit is a deadly shooter who maneuvers his 6-1′, 192-pound frame with ease around the ice, weaving his way past opponents and driving to the goal. At this point, the issue is whether he'll play a starring role rather than if he'll make the time.


McGroarty leads an age group that may be comparable to the 2001s. Depending on what occurs in the next year, he may be joined at the World Juniors by a few of his classmates.

First-round picks in 2022 include Isaac Howard, Frank Nazar, Maddox Fleming, and Seamus Casey. As draft eligibles, Jack Hughes, Oliver Wahlstrom, and Joel Farabee all made the team, and we may see some of the 2004s do the same.

Mackie Samoskevich and Matt Coronato have been tearing it up for Chicago in the USHL and are also in the running for a roster spot.


“After winning gold in 2021, the Americans will want to go back-to-back in 2022 at the World Juniors. Star forwards Trevor Zegras, Alex Turcotte, and Cole Caufield will all be too old to return. This leaves many holes on the American roster, but it also offers a chance for younger players to stand out and demonstrate their particular skills to scouts and fans.

Berard will attempt to make a return after having a major impact on this year's WJC team. He has shown that he can provide high-energy skill and tenacity to the team. This season, Beniers will include a scoring touch into his checking game.

Faber and Sanderson will provide the Americans the ability to move the puck out of the zone, and Sanderson will also offer a strong two-way game. Ryan Ufko of the Chicago Steel would be a great option as a seventh defender. He has a great two-way game and has scored a lot of points for the Steel this season.

Rutger McGroarty and Issac Howard, both U17s, are two of the most intriguing strikers competing for a place on the Americans' team. They have been the most impressive forwards on the USNTDP team.

The biggest unknown about the Americans' team for next year's tournament is who would start in goal. Spencer Knight and Dustin Wolf will both be ineligible to return. Commesso, a Boston University product, will be the team's starter. Noah Grannan of the Sioux Falls Stampede might be a potential backup. Dylan Silverstein and Kaidan Mbereko from the US development program may contend for the third-string goalkeeper position.”


Returnees who are qualified

Russia will have seven players eligible to return next year, including Yaroslav Askarov and top scorer Rodion Amirov.

Following a strong showing in this year's tournament, Marat Khusnutdinov, a Minnesota Wild second-round selection, may return to center the first line. Vasili Ponomaryov may join him on the first line. On the back end, Daniil Chayka and Kirill Kirsanov of the 2021 season, as well as Shakir Mukhamadullin and Yan Kuznetsov of the 2020 season, are all anticipated to return.


Daniil Gushchin was a late cut this year after three seasons with the Muskegon Lumberjacks of the USHL. He has represented Russia at every international level. Alexander Pashin, a seventh-round pick of the Carolina Hurricanes, has also been a mainstay with the Russian Ice Hockey Federation and will most likely complete the circuit at the U20 level. Nikita Chibrikov and Artyom Grushnikov are both anticipated to be first-round selections in this summer's draft and will therefore be invited to camp.


Matvei Michkov will not be eligible for the NHL Draft until 2023, but he is already considered as Russia's next big thing and Connor Bedard's primary competitor for first overall. Despite the fact that he just turned 16 in December, he is a point-per-game player for SKA-1946 St. Petersburg in the MHL. Thanks to his lightning-quick hands and exceptional release for a young player, the winger can score from any position on the ice.

Ivan Miroshnichenko, a top prospect eligible for the 2022 draft, has a shot that has drawn comparisons to Alex Ovechkin.

When Russia won gold at the 2020 Youth Olympic Games in Lausanne, Switzerland, the two future superstars grabbed center stage. Michkov led the tournament in scoring, while Miroshnichenko led the team in captaincy.


“With the coaching move to Larionov, we may see another young team. I expect the enlarged squad to feature 12 first-round draft choices in 2021, as well as Michkov and Ivan Miroshnichenko seeing action.

There is a lot of talent up front with the potential additions, but the team's success will be largely dependent on the goalkeeper. Askarov seems to be cursed at the WJC, but he'll be trying to make amends in his third appearance.

This team is capable of earning a medal, but the coaching problems that have surfaced this year must be addressed before making a real push to the next level.”


Returnees who are qualified

After being knocked out of the quarterfinals by Finland, Lucas Raymond and Alexander Holtz will want to redeem themselves if they return to Edmonton. That is a big if, however. The Red Wings will have a lot of open forward spots next season, and based on how they handled Filip Zadina, we may see Raymond in North America soon. The Devils aren't as thin on the ground, but if Nikita Gusev doesn't resign, there may be room for Holtz.

With starter Hugo Alnefelt out, the other two goaltenders, Jesper Wallstedt and Calle Clang, will also move up a position. There is a strong argument to be made that Wallstedt, who has been named in the same breath as Askarov, played better than Alnefelt in this year's tournament and should have won the net.

Zion Nybeck had a poor tournament but will get more ice time next season. The same may be said of Theodor Niederbach. Emil Andrae had a strong tournament and will most likely head the powerplay next year, as he has in previous international tournaments.


After missing out on this year's tournament due to COVID-19, William Eklund will be a lock to make the team. This season, the winger has been on fire for Djurgrdens IF, playing on a line with Holtz, and is rapidly climbing the boards. Defenceman William Wallinder, who was unable to compete this year, should also be considered for a spot on the team.

Despite his height, 6-4′ defender Simon Edvinsson glides effortlessly around the ice. He's in the race for first overall this year, despite having yet to make a major impact in the SHL.

Simon Robertsson and Isak Rosen are two more first-round selections who, like Edvinsson, have failed to make an impact in the SHL despite dominating at the U20 level.

Fabian Lysell is a gifted winger who has both speed and skill. He and Edvinsson were the only bright points in a dismal effort at the 2019 U17 Hockey Challenge.

Helge Grans, a first-round pick of the Los Angeles Kings, has been a star for the Malmö Redhawks this season, with seven assists and ten points in 23 games. Anton Olsson, a 2021-eligible defender, will also fight for a spot on the team's shaky blueline.


Elias Salmonsson, a defender from Skellefte AIK, is 15 days too young for the 2021 draft but has already made his SHL debut. There will be lots of competition on Sweden's defense, as there always is, but the 16-year-old is extremely talented and plays in the pattern of his ancestors.


“The availability of Raymond and Holtz will be crucial to the Swedish team's success once again.

Sweden will have a strong offensive team. Olausson did well in a little role this year. Lysell is a 17-year-old forward who plays for a strong SHL team, and he may be the best forward prospect in the 2021 draft. Robertsson and Rosén will be competing for a place on the squad.

There will be a lot of changes on the defensive side. Björnfot, Philip Broberg, Johansson, Söderström, Brännstam, Berglund, and Hedlund are all too old to participate, leaving Sweden with just Andrae. Grans, who was inexplicably left off the squad for this year's tournament, will be trying to make apologies.

Salmonsson, Simon Forsmark, and Ludvig Persson pique my interest as wildcards.

Sweden will have a strong team once again, and if the roster can avoid sicknesses and sickness, they will be among the favorites to win the gold medal.”


Returnees Are Eligible

Juraj Slafkovsky, Simon Nemec, and Filip Mesar have previously participated in a tournament and will lead Team Slovakia in their draft-eligible season, as Tim Stüzle, JJ Peterka, and Lukas Reichel did in 2020.

Slafkovsky, a 6-4′, 218-pound forward, averaged more than a point per game in Finland's U18 level as a 15-year-old last year. Nemec has spent the past two seasons in the Slovak men's league, and Mesar has joined him this year.

This year, Martin Chromiak was expected to carry the squad on his back but only got one assist. He'll certainly want to be pardoned.

Simon Latkoczy, who made the tournament-winning save this year, will be eligible to return, as will nine other players: forwards Roman Faith, Maros Jedlicka, Metej Kaslik, Jakub Kolenic, Oleksii Myklukha, and Simon Becar, Rayen Petrovicky, and Marko Stacha, and defensemen Simon Becar, Rayen Petrovicky, and Marko Stacha.


“With 14 returnees returning after another year of development, this team will know what it's like to compete at the World Juniors. More players from the 2004 and even 2005 age groups may fill the remaining slots. I expect Slovakia to do much better than it did last year, due in part to the huge number of returning players.”



“The Swiss will return 13 players next season, including captain Simon Knak and fellow top-six attackers Dario Allenspach, Lorenzo Canonica, and Attilo Biasca.

Pete's Import Selection and the 2021 Late Cut Brian Zanetti will most likely join Giancarlo Chanton, Noah Delémont, and Noah Meier on the blueline. Lian Bichsel, a 2022 draftee, is also likely to see action.

Alessio Beglieri of the Youth Olympic Games may fight for a team spot in goal against Zug U20 starter Lucas Rötheli, while Andri Henauer and 2021 split starting Noah Patenaude are likely to return.

Although players like as Ray Fust, Stefano Bottini, Keanu Derungs, and Valentin Hofer will help to fill out their bottom six, the Swiss continue to struggle to duplicate top-tier quality.

Today, we will examine Group B, led by the host Canadians. Once again, they will face off against Finland, who have 11 returnees, and the Tim Stüzle-less Germans. The Czech Republic, led by Stanislav Svozil, are also in the group. As are Austria, who will likely be without their only NHL-affiliated player, Marco Rossi.


Eligible Returnees

This year, Canada had six returnees on their roster. With Quinton Byfield and Jamie Drysdale likely to be playing down in California for their respective teams, they may not be as fortunate at next year’s tournament.

Defenseman Kaiden Guhle should be back and will no doubt graduate from the shutdown role he was tasked with this year. Backup goaltender Dylan Garand will get the first look at the starting spot in net.

Out of all the potential returnees, Cole Perfetti’s future is the most uncertain. At the end of the 2020-21 season, five of the Jets’ forwards will become UFAs and Patrik Laine will be an RFA.

Although Winnipeg’s 10th overall pick doesn’t have anything left to prove in the OHL, the Jets are a team trying to win right now and could opt to fill those spots with more experienced players. If Perfetti is not in their immediate plans, he will be available for the tournament.


The trio of defenseman leading the race for first overall pick at this year’s NHL Draft (Owen Power, Brandt Clarke, and Carson Lambos) all lining up on the same blueline should excite Canadian fans, but it’s the exceptional status recipient Shane Wright who everyone will be talking about.

He won the CHL Rookie of the Year award this year, despite being 15-years-old for over half of the season. Although he was one of the first cuts from the team this year, he received endless praise from the Hockey Canada staff. Considering the players at their disposal, it was impressive to see him at selection camp at all.

Of course, the rest of the cuts from this year – Seth Jarvis, Hendrix Lapierre, Tyson Foerster, Ryan O’Rourke, Donovan Sebrango, Lukas Cormier, Gage Goncalves, Mavrik Bourque, Brett Brochu, and Triston Lennox will all get a second chance to make the team.

Finally, some of the top forwards from this year’s draft will get a long look at the summer showcase. That list includes Michigan’s Kent Johnson, Edmonton Oil King Dylan Guenther, and Cole Sillinger of the Medicine Hat Tigers.


Shane Wright isn’t the only phenom in Canada right now. Matt Savoie, who will battle him for the first overall pick in 2022, could very well play his way onto the team. 2023-eligible Connor Bedard, who received exceptional status to the WHL this offseason, is another name to keep an eye on.

Nashville’s second-round pick Luke Evangelista is equipped to take a big jump when the London Knights return to play. He represented Canada at the U17 level and can play up and down the lineup. Anaheim’s Jacob Perreault was a player who divided a lot of opinions prior to this year’s draft. If he continues to prove doubters wrong and score consistently, he could make himself a must-pick. Matt Savoie’s older brother, Carter has been scoring at an impressive rate (8 goals in 12 games) as a freshman at the University of Denver. Hockey Canada will surely be keeping tabs on his development.

Potential Outlook

“After suffering defeat to the U.S. in the gold medal game, the Canadian squad will likely look quite different next time around. Garand, Guhle, and Perfetti will likely play big roles next year with Perfetti specifically looking primed to have a monster tournament if he gets another shot at it with a more prominent role.

Forwards Bourque, Jarvis, and Foerster all could have been on this year’s squad and no one would have batted an eye. Defencemen Daemon Hunt and O’Rourke have been heavily involved with Hockey Canada in the past. Lambos, Clarke, and Power will likely start the tournament in lesser roles, but the odds that at least one of them doesn’t step forward and take on a lead role on a blueline without a lead dog are slim. Johnson, Sillinger, and Guenther all bring a different skillset and could easily slide into the middle-six next year.

However, no one will be more interesting to watch than Wright. The uber-talented, exceptional status star has been flat out incredible every step of his journey thus far. Perfetti will be expected to lead the forwards but there is a real possibility that Wright is the special talent that helps try to lead Canada back to the gold medal game.”


Eligible Returnees

Losing three-time tournament participant Anton Lundell will be tough for Team Finland, but they have a long list of returning players that begins with Brad Lambert.

While the 2022-eligible only finished with one goal and four points in seven games this year, he dictated the play every time he stepped on the ice and showed exceptional poise for a 17-year-old.

This tournament is unique in that it presents the opportunity for each of the top candidates for the first overall pick (Lambert, Wright, and American Rutger McGroarty) to play top roles for their teams.

Maple Leafs prospects Topi Niemelä and Roni Hirvonen exceeded expectations this year and should only improve. The same thing goes for Los Angeles pick Kasper Simontaival.

Penguins’ second-rounder Joel Blomqvist was expected to start but didn’t play a single minute at the tournament. He has been impressive this year, splitting time between Liiga and Mestis.

Six-foot-six Samuel Helenius showed some flair for a big man this year and could see himself picked in the first two rounds this summer.

Roby Jarventie, Kasper Puutio, Ruben Rafkin, Matias Rajaniemi, and Eemil Viro are all also likely to return in pursuit of another medal.


The Fins will likely look for reinforcements from the 2021 draft class.

Sami Tuomaala, who plays in the Kärpät system, has great puck skills and loves to shoot the puck. The winger is a top prospect for the upcoming draft by merit of his upside, but he won’t be much use on the bottom six. He’ll have to work his way into a top role or improve his defensive game to make the team.

Forward Samu Salminen is another first-round candidate. He has been lighting it up in Finland’s U20 league with Jokerit, scoring 10 goals and 26 points in just 17 games. Oliver Kapanen is a forward who plays in the mold of his cousin, Kasperi. Defenceman Topias Vilén is another draft-eligible with experience in Liiga, playing ten games for the Pelicans this season.


Aatu Raty was leading the race for first overall in the 2021 draft at the time of last year’s tournament and played a small role for Finland. A year later, he didn’t even make the team and has slipped to fifth in our November rankings. In two seasons in Liiga for Kärpät, he has yet to make much of an impact and has spent most of this season on the U20 team. While it is more likely than not that he will feature at the 2022 World Juniors, he is designated a wildcard because his trajectory is unclear.

Potential Outlook

“Finland will return next year with a pretty strong team. I don’t believe it’ll be as strong as Sweden, Canada, the USA, and Russia on paper, but as we saw this year, it really doesn’t matter.

Losing centermen Lundell, Pärssinen, and Nikkanen will be a huge loss, but their defense is going to be pretty stacked and their offense is still solid. At this point, I think that Blomqvist will probably be the starting goalie.

There is a long list of the returnees and they are going to come back very strong and there are also some great new 2003’s who have a chance to break into the team.

2021 eligible Aatu Räty, who didn’t return this year, is still available next year and I think he will play an important role in next year’s tournament.

Finland will return as a strong, bonded team of pretty good individuals and will fight for a medal once again. I believe the key players in the team will be Niemelä, Puutio, Viro, Hirvonen, Järventie, Lambert, and Simontaival. Also, I hope that Aatu Räty will be great with all these guys.”


Eligible Returnees

For the first time in NHL history, three German players were selected in the first two rounds of the draft in 2020. Tim Stüzle, Lukas Reichel, and John-Jason Peterka have been spearheading the country’s revolution in the sport since they won promotion from the WJC-18 D1A in 2019.

Unfortunately, Reichel didn’t participate this year due to COVID-19 complications and Stüzle looks like he will play for the Senators this year. There is a slim chance that the trio will get to play one last time at the junior level, but they will no doubt join NHL first-rounders Leon Draisatl and Moritz Seider on the men’s team for years to come.

Potential Outlook

“The Germans find themselves in a very unique position next year. Not only are the Class of 2020 eligible to return, but the Germans also have “Top 3 Player” Florian Bugl in net, three influential d-men returning in front of him, and 8/14 forwards returning.

Luca Münzenberger played well enough to return in a #1 role on the point. The Germans also have a talented group of 2003s whom they did not choose to involve. Hänelt, Mayr, Rausch, Niedenz, Proske, Zap, Rossmy, Cimmerman, Fischer, and the Heigl brothers are just a few of the names on Germany’s impressive U18 squad. Players like Connor Korte and Nikita Quapp were good enough to make the Central Scouting preliminary list and 2022 upstarts Roman Kechter, Leo Hafenrichter, Luca Hauf, and Red Bull sensation Julian Lutz may be ready to debut. Lutz, in particular, has major WJC breakout potential.”

Czech Republic

Eligible Returnees

Highlighted by an incredible 2-0 upset over Russia in the group stage, Team Czech Republic was once again a stingy opponent at the 2021 World Juniors.

Next year, much of their core can return, with captain Jan Myšák, 2021-eligible Stanislav Svozil, and starting goaltender Nick Malík eligible.

Svozil’s draft stock is steadily rising in his second year in the Czech Extraliga. He displayed remarkable poise at the tournament this year and was arguably their best player.

David Jiricek, a 2022 draftee, could get more playing time next season. Michael Krutil, Jan Bednar, Michal Gut, and Pavel Novak may all join him.


“Compared to past years, the Czechs will be able to bring back a much larger number of returnees. With a few exceptions, such as Filip Zadina, they usually send a squad that is largely made up of players from that age group.

The caliber of players born in 2002 is higher than that of 2001, thus with individuals like Svozil and Jiek on the roster this year, I anticipate this squad to be better, more well-rounded offensively, and better in net next year than they were this year with more experience.

Given that they will be in an easier group, I anticipate their offense to shine, particularly for veteran players like Myák or Novák.”


Returnees who are eligible

Marco Rossi will most likely be playing in the NHL in a year after assisting Austria in gaining promotion to the World Juniors and captaining them in this year's tournament. Although he is sidelined indefinitely with an upper-body injury to begin the 2020-21 season, he is probably the most NHL-ready player from the 2020 draft apart from Alexis Lafrenière.


“Austria sent a very youthful squad to Alberta with little to lose. Marco Kasper and Mathias Böhm established reputations for themselves as promising prospects, while Sebastian Wraneschitz, born in 2002, soon emerged as everyone's favorite dark horse goalkeeper. Kasper, who is still just 16 years old, seemed to have the potential to shine in this event in the future.

Despite the fact that Rossi has passed away, Leon Wallner, Lucas Thaler, and Senna Peeters have returned. In 2021, all three played important roles. On D, Lukas Necesany played a top-four role. He is the only returning defender.

Austria will struggle to remain afloat. The Slovaks are rapidly re-establishing themselves as a junior hockey power, the Germans may have overtaken the Swiss in terms of growth, and the Swiss went young in 2021, providing them a solid platform for 2022. It does not speak well for Wraneschitz's shot count estimate or Austria's chances of survival.”

Junior Ice Hockey Schedule – 2022 IIHF World Junior Championship Broadcast Dates

The game schedule for the 2022 IIHF World Junior Championship will be released at a later date.

Streaming Channels for the IIHF World Junior Ice Hockey Championships 2022

Because each station has exclusive rights to broadcast the World Junior Ice Hockey Championship in its own nation. Any outside viewing is absolutely forbidden. For the time being, a list of official World Juniors 2022 Live Stream TV broadcasters is provided below.

NHL Network (USA)

TSN GO (Canada)

Match TV (Russia)

Sweden: SVT, TV4, Sveriges Radio

Finland: YLE

Slovakia: RTVS

Switzerland: MySports

Belarus: BTRC

Ceske Televize (Czech Television)

How to Watch World Juniors 2022 Live Online?

The United States is the overwhelming favorite to win the event. They are likely to be named IIHF World Junior Champions for the second time. For some, the World Juniors tournament is more thrilling than the Winter Olympics in 2022. Which team are you cheering for? Share your thoughts and predictions in the comments section below.

To watch the World Juniors 2022 Game of the Event in Canada, you must have access to either ESPN or Fox Sports 1. You may get access to any of these two networks via free trials to the following:

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World Juniors Hockey Live Streaming : Gold Medals Final on January 5, 2022

The 2022 World Juniors Hockey Live will begin on Christmas Day in Edmonton, Alberta and will conclude on January 5, 2022. It will be the first bubble WJC ever played, and we can only hope that it will be the last bubble tournament ever played.

All tournament games, practices, and preliminary tune-up matches will be hosted at Rogers Place, the same practice facility utilized by the NHL for the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The exhibition games will be held from December 20 to December 23.

Canada will top Group A, which will include Finland, Switzerland, Slovakia, and Germany.

Group B features Russia, Sweden, the United States, the Czech Republic, and Austria.

Both groups will play in Edmonton, although they will only play a round robin inside their group, and the traditional crossover format will put the top four in each group against a team from the opposite group in the quarterfinals. Live coverage of the World Junior Hockey Championships

The gold medals for the Final World Juniors Hockey Live will be given on January 5, 2022.

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