Alexander Radulov's saga has hit another turn, and it has great ramifications for the KHL, NHL, and player himself. What's the best path for Radulov?
Top 2012 NHL Draft prospect Nail Yakupov sat out the CHL Top Prospects game with a legitimate knee injury. The CHL suspended him anyways for two games for not participating, in one of the most disgusting league decisions in recent memory.
The IIHF announaced the 32 men's national teams and 24 women's national teams that have applied for the 2014 Olympic qualification tournaments. Here's a look at some of the issues with the qualifying procedures, and why the best 12 men's nations may not qualify for the Olympics
For the first time since 1981, Sweden is on top of the junior hockey world by defeating Russia 1-0 in overtime on a Mika Zibanejad golden goal. And they were full marks for the win, by far the best team in the tournament.
The 2012 IIHF World Junior Championship reaches its pinnacle tonight with the Gold Medal Game between two European hockey powers. Check out this preview of Sweden vs. Russia.
It wasn't the medal they wanted, but for the 13th straight year Canada took home some hardware at the IIHF World Junior Championship. They beat Finland 4-0 to take home the bronze.
Today's the final day of action at the 2012 IIHF World Junior Championship in Calgary, which means its time to play for the medals. The Bronze Medal Game features Finland, who are traditionally strong in the 3rd place games, against the host nation, Canada.
Latvia won their final relegation game against Denmark, earning a spot in next year's IIHF World Junior Championship in Ufa, Russia. Denmark has been sent back to Division 1, which may not be the worst fate for the burgeoning hockey nation.
It was a day with pretty much everything in the IIHF World Junior Championship, as Sweden and Russia squeaked through their semifinal matchups to win gold. Finland blew a late lead against Sweden, while Canada turned a laugher into a nailbiter with a spectacular finish.
It's semifinal, or Silver Medal Day, at the 2012 IIHF World Junior Championship. Come here for analysis and updates on the action between Sweden and Finland, as well as the feature game, Canada and Russia.
The quarterfinals of the 2012 IIHF World Junior Championship largely lived up to the hype on Monday, particularly the thrilling Russia vs. Czech Republic matchup. Andrei Vasilievskiy and Mikael Granlund led their countries to victory, leading to dream semifinal matchups on Tuesday of Sweden vs. Finland and Canada vs. Russia.
The medal round begins at the IIHF World Junior Championship today with Finland taking on Slovakia and Russia and the Czech Republic renewing their heated rivalry. Check out Puck Worlds for game notes and follow the action here.
We're about to start the medal rounds at the 2012 IIHF World Junior Championship, but before we do, we're looking back at the preliminary round. Top players, scorers, goaltenders and game results are all here.
Today's the final day of preliminary round action at the 2012 IIHF World Junior Championship, and there's plenty to be decided. Sweden and Russia battle for a semifinal bye, while three other games should be hotly contested as well, including Canada vs. USA.
The USA are almost certainly out of medal contention after back-to-back upset losses at the hands of Finland and the Czech Republic. See why this result is both surprising, and yet not as far fetched as one might think.
Day Five at the IIHF World Junior Championship sees a lot of intrigue, as the Americans face their biggest adversity in a must win game against the Czechs. Meanwhile, Sweden meets Slovakia, Finland plays Denmark, and Switzerland looks for their first win against Latvia.
There was a lot of complaining about the quality of games on Thursday that saw Canada and Russia run up the scores on Denmark and Latvia. Here's a minor tweak that could help prevent some of the ugliness and keep the tournament's ten team format in check.
Day Four of the 2012 IIHF World Junior Championship is projected to be a big letdown from the previous day's excitement, as the top seeds in each pool play the bottom seeds in the only two games on the schedule. Join us to see just how big the margin of victories will be.
Day Three of the 2012 IIHF World Junior Championships sees the top 8 nations of junior hockey face off against each other in four different games. Come here for the breakdown and discussion throughout the day.
Day Two of the IIHF World Junior Championships sees the Czechs and Slovaks make their debuts against Denmark and Latvia, respectively. Come join the discussion!
Injuries and high scoring was the story of Day 1 of the World Juniors. See how the injuries could effect the tournament down the line.
Russia are now the defending gold medallists at the IIHF World Junior Championship for the first time since 2004. See what their talented roster looks like as they try and go for a repeat of last year's amazing comeback performance.
Today is Game 1 of the IIHF World Junior Championship in Alberta, Canada, and there are four games to cover. Settle in here for the day and follow the action!
As always, I have to stick my neck out and make some predictions when a major IIHF tournament comes around. Here's my predicted finish for the 2012 IIHF World Junior Championships.