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- Night and day Looking back at recent World Junior history, there are some amazing contrasts that stand out between 2015 and previous tournaments.
- Is Canada the favourite? For much of the Preliminary Round it looked as though Russia was a disinterested team playing just barely well enough not to be in the Relegation Round.
- Ending the drought When Canada faces Russia for gold on Monday, the host nation will aim to end one of its longest championship droughts ever at six years.
- Czech coach collapses Czech head coach Miroslav Prerost collapsed around noon on Monday and was taken to hospital. Fortunately, his situation has improved.
- Renney addresses media On the day of the medal games new Hockey Canada President and CEO Tom Renney met members of the media to discuss the 2015 World Junior Championship.
- How many masked men? It’s rare that a coach who uses both his goalies in one game wins. Yet Russia has employed that strategy successfully against Canada in the recent past.
- Can Sharov shine again? It was his two goals that led Russia to a 4-1 semi-final win over Sweden. But who is Alexander Sharov? He’s suddenly gone from the third line to the spotlight.
- IIHF addresses media Traditionally, towards the end of the World Juniors, the media has the chance to have their questions answered by the IIHF at a press conference.