WJC Game Day: The Medal Games

Ryan Pike
January 04 2013 10:30PM

We're finally here at the final day of the 2013 edition of the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championships. Four Flames prospects have the chance to fly home with medals, although three of them won't need to win to bring back hardware.

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Flames Holiday Prospect Update

Ryan Pike
January 03 2013 09:25AM

 

 

The holiday season is both a quiet and busy time for hockey.

On one hand, most junior, college and pro teams get time off from regular play for the holidays. On the other hand, there are a lot of international and other tournaments that take place over the holiday break. 

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WJC Game-Day: Canada vs. United States

Ryan Pike
December 29 2012 10:22PM

 

 

One of the marquee match-ups of the World Juniors takes place on Sunday night in Ufa, Russia – and the wee hours of Sunday morning in North America – as Team Canada tangles with Team USA!

Team Canada (2-0-0) is coming off a resounding defeat of Germany and a surprising come-from-behind win over Slovakia. Canada's systems were a bit fast and loose against Germany (the only goals Germany have scored in the tournament were against Canada) and the discipline problems that emerged during the pre-competition games exploded against Slovakia. Two Canadian forwards were ejected from the game and the club had to battle back from behind.

Against Slovakia.

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World Juniors Begin, Ferland Back to Brandon?

Ryan Pike
December 27 2012 10:02AM

The World Juniors kicked off on Wednesday in Ufa, Russia and Flames players performed rather well in their first games. Meanwhile, it seems like a Flames pro prospect might return to his junior squad.

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Flames at the World Juniors

Ryan Pike
December 25 2012 07:03PM

The 2013 edition of the IIHF World Junior Championship kicks off on Boxing Day. The Calgary Flames may be represented by up to five NHL prospects, which is a large number compared to recent years.

Heading into the tournament, does this number represent a massive shift in the organization? And does World Junior success translate into anything?

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