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The 2009 IIHF World Junior Championship

Kudos to Team Canada! They are the recipients of the coveted Gold Medal for the fifth consecutive year. This was decided by their 5-1 victory over Sweden last night in the last game of the series held in Ottawa, Canada. It was telecast on the NHL Network for all to enjoy.

Coach Pat Quinn, a former NHL coach, led Team Canada to victory.

Here are some other facts:

The top goaltender of the series belongs to #25 of Sweden – Jacob Markstrom.
Top defenseman: #5 of Sweden– Erik Karlsson
Top forward: #19 – John Tavares. Tavares had 15 points.

John Tavares of Team Canada, #19

Player of Game:
Player of the game for Canada was Dustin Tokarski, goalie, with 39 saves.
Player of the game for Sweden was Eric Karlsson.

Top 3 players for each team are as follows:
# 5 – PK Subban. 2 goals.
#19 – John Tovares. 15 points.
#14 – Jordan Eberle

#25 – Jacob Markstrom
# 5 – Eric Karlsson
#22 – Mikael Backlund

Other facts:
Sweden has won second place (silver) 7 times since 1981.
Sweden currently has 48 players in the NHL.
Of those 48 players, 7 play for the Detroit Red Wings.
Next year’s IIHF WJC will be played in Saskatchewan, Canada.

Quotes from the 2009 IIHF WJC winning ceremony:
“The trophy only weighs three pounds, but takes 22 kids to lift it.”

“I don’t believe “WOOO!!” was a part of the lyrics, but it is now.” This comment was made during the rendition of ‘O Canada’ while the camera scanned Team Canada’s winning lineup. (Each team member belted out a “WOO!” as the camera was on them. 🙂

The Bronze Medal went to Russia in a 5-2 victory over Slovakia.

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