Can Anyone Beat Team Canada’s Junior Team?

Posted: 24th December 2009 by Mark Ritter in NHL
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Written By: Mark ôThe Hard Hitterö Ritter

LetÆs face it folks. When you outscore your competition by a score of 155 to 40 in the last 31 tournament games and you earn a record of 30 wins and one loss in the process, your nation goes into a hockey tournament as the prohibitive favorites to win the thing. Such is the case for CanadaÆs junior team.

To be fair, CanadaÆs junior team has been all but unbeatable at the IIHF World Junior Championships. They have earned five gold medals in a row and, given their depth, are all but a lock to capture their sixth straight Gold.

The tournament will be played in Saskatchewan with the first game being played on Boxing Day. For many, the World Junior Championship allows their families to enjoy some hockey over their Christ ...

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