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07-13-2010, 06:38 AM
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World Juniors Schedule

The event takes place in Buffalo, New York, in the Buffalo Sabres’ 18,690-seat HSBC Arena, and at the 2,100-capacity Dwyer Arena at Niagara University in Lewiston, New York.

http://www.iihf.com/channels1011/wm20/schedule.html

DateMatchupESTCETVenueNetwork
Dec. 26GER vs. SUI12:30 PM18:30Buffalo 
Dec. 26RUS vs. CAN4:00 PM22:00BuffaloNHLNet, TSN
Dec. 26NOR vs. SWE4:00 PM22:00Lewiston 
Dec. 26FIN vs. USA8:00 PM02:00BuffaloNHLNet, TSN2
Dec. 27SVK vs. GER7:00 PM01:00Buffalo 
Dec. 27CZE vs. NOR7:00 PM01:00Lewiston 
Dec. 28SUI vs. FIN12:30 PM18:30Buffalo 
Dec. 28CAN vs. CZE4:00 PM22:00BuffaloNHLNet, TSN
Dec. 28SWE vs. RUS7:00 PM01:00LewistonTSN
Dec. 28USA vs. SVK8:00 PM02:00BuffaloNHLNet
Dec. 29FIN vs. GER3:30 PM21:30Buffalo 
Dec. 29NOR vs. CAN7:30 PM01:30BuffaloNHLNet, TSN
Dec. 30SUI vs. SVK3:00 PM21:00Buffalo 
Dec. 30SWE vs. CZE3:00 PM21:00LewistonNHLNet, TSN
Dec. 30RUS vs. NOR7:00 PM01:00Lewiston 
Dec. 30GER vs. USA7:00 PM01:00BuffaloNHLNet, TSN
Dec. 31SVK vs. FIN12:30 PM18:30Buffalo 
Dec. 31CAN vs. SWE4:00 PM22:00BuffaloNHLNet, TSN
Dec. 31CZE vs. RUS7:00 PM01:00Lewiston 
Dec. 31USA vs. SUI8:00 PM02:00BuffaloNHLNet, TSN
Jan. 02Quarterfinal #13:30 PM21:30BuffaloTSN
Jan. 02Quarterfinal #27:30 PM01:30BuffaloTSN
Jan. 03Semifinal #13:30 PM21:30BuffaloNHLNet, TSN
Jan. 03Semifinal #27:00 PM01:00BuffaloNHLNet, TSN
Jan. 045th-Place Game7:30 PM01:30Buffalo 
Jan. 053rd-Place Game3:30 PM21:30BuffaloTSN
Jan. 05Final7:30 PM01:30BuffaloNHLNet, TSN


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Even though Finland's group is "easy", it also means that we might only get to see only one game on tv/via stream.

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Wow - Canada with a tough group. I've never seen a tougher grouping for us.

Awesome!

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So this is played on North American sized ice then?

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Whats the point of having games scheduled on new years eve?

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Whats the point of having games scheduled on new years eve?
Why not? They are typically out of the way before the partying starts (though I presume that's not the case for Europe when the games are in North America?), and there have been some classic New Year's eve games.

It's too bad there is no Canada/USA New Year's game this time. It's become a pretty amazing tradition.

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Why not? They are typically out of the way before the partying starts (though I presume that's not the case for Europe when the games are in North America?), and there have been some classic New Year's eve games.

It's too bad there is no Canada/USA New Year's game this time. It's become a pretty amazing tradition.
Yep. Last year Finland vs Sweden started 9pm finnish local time on New Years Eve.

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Yep. Last year Finland vs Sweden started 9pm finnish local time on New Years Eve.
In that case I am sorry to hear that. Though given a choice between celebrating New Year's and watching a WJC game, it seems like an easy choice for me!

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In that case I am sorry to hear that. Though given a choice between celebrating New Year's and watching a WJC game, it seems like an easy choice for me!
Just to clarify I'm choosing the hockey. Lol.

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Whats the point of having games scheduled on new years eve?
So some of us can actually get a chance to go see a game? I'm looking forward to when the individual game tickets go on sale, and hopefully have a chance to see either Canada/Russia on the 26th or Canada/Sweden on the 31st. It's a shame the other games have to be scheduled on a work day...

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I am shocked the iihf is letting them use such a small arena only 2500 seats.

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I am shocked the iihf is letting them use such a small arena only 2500 seats.
It doesn't really matter, it's only for the small draw games where they're not likely to get more than that. Overall they're still going to get higher attendance than they would get in Europe, plus the Canada and USA will balance it out.

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Why not? They are typically out of the way before the partying starts (though I presume that's not the case for Europe when the games are in North America?), and there have been some classic New Year's eve games.

It's too bad there is no Canada/USA New Year's game this time. It's become a pretty amazing tradition.
I loved watching Canada/USA on New Year's Eve. I am going to really miss that this year. For the past few years my wife and I have hosted a New Year's party and we all enjoy the Canada/USA game.

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Why am I not surprised to see Sweden play 3 out of 4 games in Niagara

Oh and Sweden-Canada 10pm on New Year's eve here, safe to say there might be a good reason to drink - for various reasons..

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Why am I not surprised to see Sweden play 3 out of 4 games in Niagara

Oh and Sweden-Canada 10pm on New Year's eve here, safe to say there might be a good reason to drink - for various reasons..
get some oozo rdy and lock away anything valuable

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Anyone know if this will be on NHL Network?

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Whats the point of having games scheduled on new years eve?
I don't know, last year I didn't even watch most of the Canada/USA game on NYE until the OT/shootout. Was at a bar drunk already and watched Canada win in the SO in a packed bar, then got even more drunk to ring in the new year. It was pretty fun.

Anyways, just secured tickets for Canada/Norway. So pumped. My first international game.

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The Americans have a cake walk to the finals, meanwhile our first three games are against the toughest teams in the tournament.

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The Americans have a cake walk to the finals, meanwhile our first three games are against the toughest teams in the tournament.
They have a cakewalk to the semi-finals... And then things get interesting.

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Yep. Last year Finland vs Sweden started 9pm finnish local time on New Years Eve.
That was good time for hockey IMO. There is no better way to start New Years Eve than Finland vs. Sweden WJC hockey

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Anyone know if this will be on NHL Network?
It will be on NHL Network here in the United States - heres the schedule for December 26.

Note: The schedule for December 27 and beyond should be posted on the NHLNetwork.com
some time in the next week.

12:00 AM - HD Classics: 2008 Winter Classic - Pittsburgh vs. Buffalo.
2:00 AM - HD Classics: 2009 Winter Classic - Detroit vs. Chicago.
4:00 AM - HD Classics: 2010 Winter Classic - Philadelphia vs. Boston.
6:00 AM - HD Classics: 2010 NCAA Outdoor Game - Boston College vs. Boston University.
8:00 AM - HD Classics: 2009 Eastern Conf. Semifinal - Pittsburgh at Washington, Game 2.
10:00 AM - HD Classics: 2010 World Junior Championship Quarterfinal - Finland vs. USA.
12:00 PM - HD Classics: 2010 World Junior Championship Semifinal - USA vs. Sweden.
2:00 PM - HD Classics: 2010 World Junior Championship Gold Medal Game - USA vs. Canada.
4:00 PM - 2011 World Junior Championship: Russia vs. Canada.
6:30 PM - Off The Ice: Ryan Miller.
7:00 PM - A Day That Changed The Game: February 22, 1980.
8:00 PM - 2011 World Junior Championship: Finland vs. USA.
10:30 PM - NHL On The Fly.

TSN/TSN2/RDS will have coverage in Canada.

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Travel between HSBC Arena and Dwyer Arena

Hey all,

I hope somebody will be able to help me with this; I've searched for a while without any luck. I will be attending the World Junior Championships in Buffalo, and I was wondering if anyone knows if there will be any form of transportation provided to travel between the two venues, as I would like to catch a few games in Niagara. If not, perhaps those of you that live in the area have some suggestions on the best way to get back and forth(besides driving).

Thanks, any help would be greatly appreciated.

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I can watch some of these games. Looking forward to see the Canada vs Russia mostly in the group stages, biggest game of the group stages if you ask me, kicks off at 9:00PM here.

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Kinda wish it was a Canada vs USA New years eve classic but the groups won't allow that just last years was amazing.

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Why am I not surprised to see Sweden play 3 out of 4 games in Niagara
I don't get how this is funny. To be honest why does it matter where they play?

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