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    World Juniors - Buffalo 2018

    Happy World Juniors day! Best tournament of the year gets underway today at noon. USA plays Denmark tonight at 8 and Canada plays at 4pm.

    Iíll be at USA/Slovakia on Thursday and then USA/Canada outdoor game on Friday.

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    Re: World Juniors - Buffalo 2018

    UNITED STATES NATIONAL JUNIOR TEAM ROSTER


    Goalies:

    Jake Oettinger, Boston University, H-EAST (Dallas Stars);
    Joseph Woll, Boston College, H-EAST (Toronto Maple Leafs);
    Jeremy Swayman, Maine, H-EAST (Boston Bruins)

    Defensemen:

    Michael Anderson, Minnesota Duluth, NCHC (Los Angeles Kings);
    Adam Fox, Harvard, ECAC (Calgary Flames);
    Quintin Hughes, Michigan, BIG10 (2018 draft eligible);
    Ryan Lindgren, Minnesota, BIG10 (Boston Bruins);
    Andrew Peeke, Notre Dame, H-EAST (Columbus Blue Jackets);
    Dylan Samberg, Minnesota Duluth, NCHC (Winnipeg Jets);
    Scott Perunovich, Minnesota Duluth, NCHC (2018 draft eligible)

    Forwards:

    Joseph Anderson, Minnesota Duluth, NCHC (New Jersey Devils);
    Kieffer Bellows, Portland, WHL (New York Islanders);
    Logan Brown, Windsor, OHL (Ottawa Senators);
    Trent Frederic, Wisconsin, Big Ten (Boston Bruins);
    Patrick Harper, Boston University, H-EAST (Nashville Predators);
    Max Jones, London, OHL (Anaheim Ducks);
    William Lockwood, Michigan, Big Ten (Vancouver Canucks);
    Casey Mittelstadt, Minnesota, Big Ten (Buffalo Sabres);
    Joshua Norris, Michigan, Big Ten (San Jose Sharks);
    Ryan Poehling, St. Cloud State, NCHC (Montreal Canadiens);
    Brady Tkachuk, Boston University, H-EAST (2018 draft eligible);
    Riley Tufte, Minnesota Duluth, NCHC (Dallas Stars);
    Kailer Yamamoto, Spokane, WHL (Edmonton Oilers)
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    Re: World Juniors - Buffalo 2018

    Anyone know of a way to legally stream the games? I have NHL.tv, but they don't appear to be providing streams. I don't have access to TSN, since I'm in the U.S.

    I suppose I could work from home and watch on TV...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdiff77 View Post
    Anyone know of a way to legally stream the games? I have NHL.tv, but they don't appear to be providing streams. I don't have access to TSN, since I'm in the U.S.

    I suppose I could work from home and watch on TV...
    http://www.crichd.be/free-watch-live...et-streaming-3

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    Quote Originally Posted by LTsatch View Post
    UNITED STATES NATIONAL JUNIOR TEAM ROSTER


    Goalies:

    Jake Oettinger, Boston University, H-EAST (Dallas Stars);
    Joseph Woll, Boston College, H-EAST (Toronto Maple Leafs);
    Jeremy Swayman, Maine, H-EAST (Boston Bruins)

    Defensemen:

    Michael Anderson, Minnesota Duluth, NCHC (Los Angeles Kings);
    Adam Fox, Harvard, ECAC (Calgary Flames);
    Quintin Hughes, Michigan, BIG10 (2018 draft eligible);
    Ryan Lindgren, Minnesota, BIG10 (Boston Bruins);
    Andrew Peeke, Notre Dame, H-EAST (Columbus Blue Jackets);
    Dylan Samberg, Minnesota Duluth, NCHC (Winnipeg Jets);
    Scott Perunovich, Minnesota Duluth, NCHC (2018 draft eligible)

    Forwards:

    Joseph Anderson, Minnesota Duluth, NCHC (New Jersey Devils);
    Kieffer Bellows, Portland, WHL (New York Islanders);
    Logan Brown, Windsor, OHL (Ottawa Senators);
    Trent Frederic, Wisconsin, Big Ten (Boston Bruins);
    Patrick Harper, Boston University, H-EAST (Nashville Predators);
    Max Jones, London, OHL (Anaheim Ducks);
    William Lockwood, Michigan, Big Ten (Vancouver Canucks);
    Casey Mittelstadt, Minnesota, Big Ten (Buffalo Sabres);
    Joshua Norris, Michigan, Big Ten (San Jose Sharks);
    Ryan Poehling, St. Cloud State, NCHC (Montreal Canadiens);
    Brady Tkachuk, Boston University, H-EAST (2018 draft eligible);
    Riley Tufte, Minnesota Duluth, NCHC (Dallas Stars);
    Kailer Yamamoto, Spokane, WHL (Edmonton Oilers)
    I wonder if Jeremy will pick up Joseph and Jake, and they'll talk goaltending on I-90 all the way to Buffalo?

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    Re: World Juniors - Buffalo 2018

    Oh joy Russia isn't even waiting to disappoint me, they're doing it right away
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    Quote Originally Posted by TovarishchLisa View Post
    Oh joy Russia isn't even waiting to disappoint me, they're doing it right away
    Most impressive Iíve seen a Czech team look in the over 10 years Iíve been watching this tournament.

    Chytil (Rangers fan here) looks like he could be an early contender for Forward of the tournament.

    Russia made it interesting late. All in all, great start to tournament. Looking forward to Canada/Finland at 4pm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrezdeJohnson09 View Post
    Most impressive Iíve seen a Czech team look in the over 10 years Iíve been watching this tournament.

    Chytil (Rangers fan here) looks like he could be an early contender for Forward of the tournament.

    Russia made it interesting late. All in all, great start to tournament. Looking forward to Canada/Finland at 4pm.
    I agree, Czechs looked really good...my hopes for Russia are pretty low this year, there's no one like Kaprizov, Buchnevich, Kuznetsov, or Tarasenko who's posted big numbers in the pros against grown men. Also I have no idea why they started Melnichuk - Berdin and Sukhachyov are both way better IMO.

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    Re: World Juniors - Buffalo 2018

    That was a horse bleep call
    1. Net was off before Puck crossed line
    2. Canada F hit Finnish goalie's pad which caused it to go in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joecct View Post
    That was a horse bleep call
    1. Net was off before Puck crossed line
    2. Canada F hit Finnish goalie's pad which caused it to go in.
    I turned it off after that call! No balls by the officials in the booth. That was NOT a goal.

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    Re: World Juniors - Buffalo 2018

    After two periods of play Canada is holding a 4-2 lead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TovarishchLisa View Post
    Oh joy Russia isn't even waiting to disappoint me, they're doing it right away
    Don't they usually slack off in the prelims and then come out of nowhere in the knockout round?
    It was an honor to present your colors, RPI. Let's Go 'TUTE!
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    Ahh crap I agree exactly with what FlagDude said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlagDUDE08 View Post
    Don't they usually slack off in the prelims and then come out of nowhere in the knockout round?
    yes, they sure seem to do that a lot.

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    Out of 23 players, the US has 5 players from an 8-9-2 Minn-Duluth team???
    Last edited by scoreboard; 12-26-2017 at 07:59 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by northeastern View Post
    yes, they sure seem to do that a lot.
    Never an easy team to knock out when it counts. US has been in the losing end of that matchup plenty of times over the last 10 years.

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    I know itís the day after Christmas and itís Denmark but Iím definitely disappointed in the crowd for this. It seems over the last 10 years this tournament has really grown in popularity in the US. Perhaps itís ticket prices and weather a bit too but definitely thought there would be a better crowd for this.

    US up 1-0 early on beautiful drive to the net from Max Jones. Bellows makes its 2-0 shortly after on a shot that the denmark goalie probably wants back. Hit him in chest and found itís way through him somehow.
    Last edited by PrezdeJohnson09; 12-26-2017 at 08:19 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joecct View Post
    That was a horse bleep call
    1. Net was off before Puck crossed line
    2. Canada F hit Finnish goalie's pad which caused it to go in.

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    3-0 USA. This is getting ugly quick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrezdeJohnson09 View Post
    3-0 USA. This is getting ugly quick.
    4-0...

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    Re: World Juniors - Buffalo 2018

    Quote Originally Posted by PrezdeJohnson09 View Post
    4-0...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hwhvByj8YG8
    It was an honor to present your colors, RPI. Let's Go 'TUTE!
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    Quote Originally Posted by French Rage View Post
    Ahh crap I agree exactly with what FlagDude said.
    Quote Originally Posted by Handyman View Post
    And yet, even if Flaggy is complete tinfoil hat, every day it looks closer and closer to the truth.
    Quote Originally Posted by burd View Post
    So flaggy: you win.

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