Boston College Men’s Ice Hockey’s Greg Brown Returns to Team USA As Assistant Coach
Rest of 2016-17 Tournament Coaching Staff Retained
GOLD! USA Hockey takes fourth World Junior Title
Colin White scores again; three Eagles take home gold medals
IIHF World Junior Championship
World Junior Gold Medal Game: USA vs. Canada - How to Watch, Preview & More!
Everything you need to know about the rivalry showdown in Montreal, including TV info and USA-Canada WJC history
Colin White Scores Two Goals As USA Advances To World Junior Final
The Americans will take on Canada or Sweden tomorrow night after a shootout win over Russia
2017 IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship Playoff Rounds Bracket And TV Schedule
Full schedule and TV info for the World Juniors
Joe Woll to start in net for USA tonight vs. Slovakia (7:30 PM, NHL Network)
Projected lines for #TeamUSA vs. Slovakia at 7:30 p.m. ET on @NHLNetwork. #USAWJC #WorldJuniors— USA Hockey (@usahockey) December 28, 2016
Game info: https://t.co/vkSSNIOwq5 pic.twitter.com/GKoYC51iPr
Boston College freshman Joe Woll gets the call between the pipes tonight for USA Hockey as they take on Slovakia in Game 2 of the World Junior championships. It'll be his first career WJC action.
Colin White remains as the first-line center for the Americans, centering Clayton Keller and Joey Anderson.
The US is 1-0 at the World Juniors after a Boxing Day win over Latvia. Tonight is a crucial game as Russia and Canada loom to close out the group stage. You can watch tonight's game at 7:30 on NHL Network.
WATCH: Colin White Talks WJC on "NHL Tonight"
Colin White joins NHL Tonight to discuss USA Hockey's win over Latvia and their preparations for the rest of pool play.
WATCH: Colin White scores game winning goal, wins Player of the Game in USA win over Latvia
Americans win World Junior pool play opener
Talking World Juniors and BC Hockey with NHL Network’s Dave Starman and Steve Mears
The NHL Network’s World Junior commentary team joins BC Interruption to preview the tournament and talk a little bit about Matt Gaudreau, Colin White, and who could surprise in 2017
Team USA Routs Sweden 8-3 To Take World Junior Bronze
End of Game: USA defeats Sweden 8-3 to claim the bronze medal at the World Junior Championship #USAWJC— USA Hockey (@USAHockeyScores) January 5, 2016
Despite falling to Russia in the semifinal round, Team USA was able to salvage their World Junior Classic appearance by downing Team Sweden 8-3 Tuesday afternoon in Finland. The win secured the bronze medal for Team USA.
WJC Bronze: USA-SWE Game Time, TV Info, GameThread
One last game for the Americans in Helsinki
After Another Heartbreaking Loss To Russia, US WJC Team Will Play For Bronze
US Nat’l Jr Team falls to Russia, 2-1, in semifinal. Will face Sweden for bronze Recap: https://t.co/eRV4zbgwhZ pic.twitter.com/cf0oh0JpWW— USA Hockey (@usahockey) January 4, 2016
For the third consecutive year, Russia eliminated the United States from gold medal contention at the World Junior Hockey Championships, topping the Americans 2-1 in a squeaker on Monday in Helsinki. The US jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the first period but got dominated in the second, falling behind 2-1. The Americans failed to cash in on numerous late third period opportunities, and that was all she wrote.
Tuesday at 9 AM ET, the US will face Sweden for the Bronze Medal, hoping for their first medal since winning gold in 2013. After that game, the players disperse back to their college and junior teams, including BC's Colin White.
WJC Semi: USA vs. Russia GameThread (1 PM, NHLN)
Two wins to gold for the US and Russia
WJC Semis, USA vs. Russia: Game Time, TV, Previews
Game day info as the Americans continue their quest for gold
WJC GameThread: USA vs. Czechs (1:00 PM, NHL Net)
Game on in Helsinki, can the US earn themselves a chance to play for a medal?
World Juniors: Bracket, TV Info
How to watch the rest of the 2016 World Junior Hockey Championship
WJC USA vs. Denmark Game Time & TV Info
The Americans look for a win on New Year's Eve
WATCH: Colin White Scores In USA's 10-1 Rout Over Switzerland
.@colinwhite37 puts home a shorthanded goal on the 2-on-1. #USAvsSUI #WJC2016 pic.twitter.com/uICfJMubPB— NHL Network (@NHLNetwork) December 30, 2015
One day after Canada struggled with Switzerland, only able to defeat them 3-2 in a shootout, the US completely smoked the Swiss like they were gouda. Colin White had this goal plus two assists as the Americans romped to a 10-1 victory, clinching their spot in the playoff rounds. Switzerland's loss eliminated them from contention, so we know that Sweden, the US, Canada and Denmark will be, in some order, the four teams to advance out of group A.
Tomorrow, the US plays Denmark at 9 AM and Canada plays Sweden at 1 PM in the final two group games. Sweden has clinched first place in the group but the US can lock down second place with a win. With a regulation loss, the US could theoretically fall all the way down to fourth. The teams' point totals are Sweden 9, the US 6, Canada 5 and Denmark 3.
WJC: USA/Sweden Game Time, TV Info, Game Thread
Game Day info for game two of the US's WJC run
White Named Player Of The Game In USA 4-2 Win Over Canada
The dab from Colin White after he ties the game. #WJC2016 pic.twitter.com/hmbuUTn8JN— Brady Trettenero (@BradyTrett) December 26, 2015
Colin White made all of the headlines today at the World Junior Hockey Championship - first, for scoring in the second period to draw the US level with Canada 1-1; second, for unleashing this Cam Newton-inspired goal celebration, which surely made poor Don Cherry's head explode; and finally, for adding an assist on the late game winning goal that helped propel the US to a 4-2 win. For his efforts, he was named the USA's player of the game.
In addition to his headline-grabbing moments, White also stood out on the penalty kill for the US, particularly when they had to kill off a 5 minute major at the end of the first period stretching in to the beginning of the second. He got significant PK time and performed well.
The road doesn't get any easier for the US - they face Sweden next, on Monday at 9 AM ET. Sweden touched Switzerland today in their WJC opener.
WJC: USA-Canada Game Time, TV Info & Game Thread
The USA begins its World Junior Championship quest today. We've got you covered with gameday info.
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2016 IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship
It's on! The World Juniors begin on December 26 and BCI has you covered as Colin White and the US strive for a medal in Helsinki, Finland.
USA Hockey Names National Junior Camp Rosters
Five with BC ties named to preliminary rosters
Canada 2, US 1 after two
Strong finish to the period for Team USA marred by the penalty which will force them to start third on PK. 2-1 Canada after 2.Chris Peters, Twitter
US & Canada scoreless after one period at WJC
No score after one between USA and Canada. Shots ended up as 17-13 with Canada holding the advantage. Tons of fun to watch.Chris Peters, via Twitter
WJC: Undefeated US Prepares For Canada Showdown
Thatcher Demko & co. will look to knock off the hosts tomorrow night
Eastern Bias Podcast - Episode 14
This week, we talk World Juniors vs. BU, hockey at Walter Brown, and air some Festivus grievances.
Daily Links: Minor Injury for Ian McCoshen
Daily Links for Thursday, August 7, 2014
Santini, Demko, Milano, Tuch Survive WJC Camp Cuts
USA Hockey's annual camp in Lake Placid in advance of 2015 World Juniors continues
Six Eagles Named to U.S. National Junior Eval Camp
Demko, McCoshen, Santini, Savage, Milano and Tuch will all compete for a spot on the 2015 U.S. World Juniors roster.
Ayers Named Assistant Coach Of 2015 US Junior Team
Ayers joins the 2015 U.S. National Junior Team coaching staff. Team USA will compete in the 2015 IIHF World Junior Championship from December 26, 2014 to January 5, 2015 in Montreal and Toronto, Canada.
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