Who won 2016 World Junior hockey?

Who won 2016 World Junior hockey?

Finland men’s national junior ice hockey team
2016 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships/Champion

Helsinki, Finland | Dec. The U.S. National Junior Team claimed its fourth medal in its last seven International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championships with an 8-3 victory over Sweden in the bronze medal game. Team USA finished the tournament with a 5-0-0-2 (W-OTW-OTL-L) record.

How many times has Canada won the world junior hockey tournament?

Since that time, Canada has won 18 of 40 World Junior championships – including five in a row on two occasions, 1993–1997 and 2005–2009….Canada men’s national junior ice hockey team.

First international
Best result Gold: 18 – (1982, 1985, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2015, 2018, 2020)

Did Canada win the juniors?

Three decades later, history repeated itself, and more history was made as Connor Bedard’s four-goal performance powered Team Canada to a dominant 11-2 victory on Tuesday. The Canadians are now 2-0 to open their 2022 World Juniors run.

Can junior hockey schedule?

All the games that will be played during the tournament that runs from December 26, 2021 to January 5, 2022….Grid schedule (PM EST)

Team Team SVK
Dec 27 Dec 27 SWE (9:30)
Dec 28 Dec 28
Dec 29 Dec 29 RUS (4:30)
Dec 30 Dec 30 SUI (7:00)

Who has won the most world junior hockey championship?

Historically, the tournament has been dominated by Canada (18 gold medals) and the Soviet Union / CIS / Russia (13 gold medals). The USSR won the first four official tournaments, while the Canadians put together five straight championships between 1993 and 1997, and another five straight from 2005 to 2009.

Who won the world junior hockey last year?

Past IIHF World Junior Championships

Year-Location Gold Silver
2019 – Vancouver & Victoria, Canada Finland United States
2018 – Buffalo, N.Y. Canada Sweden
2017 – Montreal and Toronto, Canada United States Canada
2016 – Helsinki, Finland Finland Russia