BC hockey returns to the ice tonight but it remains questionable as to whether the games will actually video streamed or not. While we root for that to happen and make this a potentially great hockey day, we continue to get our hockey fix via the World Junior Championships. After their thrilling 4-2 win over Canada on Saturday, the US now faces their other tough test in group play: Sweden. Here's what you need to know about today's game.
USA vs. Sweden - World Junior Hockey Championship Group Stage, Game Two
Game Time: 4 PM Helsinki time - 9 AM Eastern Time
How To Watch on TV: The game will be broadcast live via NHL Network in the US and TSN in Canada.
Live Streaming Info: NHL.com will have a live stream of NHLN's broadcast for users in the US.
Radio Info: TSN Radio broadcasts most WJC games and can usually be streamed in the US on an app like Radio.com or TuneIn. Here's the link to Toronto's TSN 1050 AM.
The last matchup: Believe it or not the US and Sweden haven't met at either of the last two WJCs - you have to go all the way back to the 2013 Gold Medal game. The US topped Sweden in that game, 3-1, to clinch their third ever WJC gold medal.
It's a big day at the WJC today. As this posts, the Czech vs. Slovak game will be getting underway (a 7 AM puck drop). Russia will face Finland at 11 AM. Canada will face heavy underdog Denmark in the nightcap in Helsinki, a 1 PM puck drop on the East Coast on NHL Network.
Will you be watching today's game? Leave your thoughts below as the US looks to start the group stage 2-0.