The 2019 World Junior Hockey Championship begins today, and returns to Vancouver 12 years after the city shared the spotlight with Kelowna and Kamloops. This time Victoria gets the nod as the second host city.

The last time the tournament was hosted by Vancouver, Canada won it’s second gold medal in a strong of five straight championships. Future Toronto Maple Leaf Dave Bolland led Canada along with some other guys like Kris Letang and Jonathan Toews.

This year should be a great tournament with a good number of Leafs prospects spread out over several teams. You can find out more about the teams in Katya’s preview.

2019 World Junior Championship Preview
WJC: Who will be Canada’s starter - Ian Scott or Michael DiPietro

Unless you’re in Vancouver or Victoria you’ll be watching the games on TV or online, and that’s where I’m coming in to help. Here is the full broadcast schedule for the tournament on TSN and the NHL Network.

2019 World Juniors Schedule

DATEHomeAwayTime (ET/PT)CanadaUSA
Dec. 26Czech RepublicSwitzerland4:00pm/1:00pmTSN 1/4/5NHL Network
Dec. 26USASlovakia6:30pm/3:30pmTSN 2NHL Network
Dec. 26CanadaDenmark7:30pm/4:30pmTSNNHL Network - Joined in progress
Dec. 26FinlandSweden10:30pm/7:30pmTSN 3/5NHL Network
Dec. 27RussiaDenmark4:00pm/1:00pmTSN 1/4/5NHL Network
Dec. 27SlovakiaSweden6:30pm/3:30pmTSN 2NHL Network Replay: Dec 28 8AM
Dec. 27SwitzerlandCanada7:30pm/4:30pmTSN 1/4/5NHL Network
Dec. 27FinlandKazakhstan10:30pm/7:30pmTSN 5NHL Network
Dec. 28Czech RepublicRussia8:00pm/5:00pmTSN 1/3/4NHL Network
Dec. 28KazakhstanUSA10:30pm/7:30pmTSN 3/5NHL Network
Dec. 29DenmarkSwitzerland4:00pm/1:00pmTSN 1/4NHL Network
Dec. 29SlovakiaFinland6:30pm/ AppNHL Network Replay: Dec. 30 2PM
Dec. 29CanadaCzech Republic7:30pm/4:30pmTSN 1/3/4NHL Network
Dec. 29SwedenUSA10:30pm/7:30pmTSN 3NHL Network
Dec. 30SwitzerlandRussia8:00pm/5:00pmTSN 2NHL Network
Dec. 30KazakhstanSlovakia10:30pm/7:30pmTSN 2NHL Network
Dec. 31DenmarkCzech Republic4:00pm/1:00pmTSNNHL Network
Dec. 31SwedenKazakhstan6:30pm/ AppNHL Network Replay: Jan. 1 6AM
Dec. 31RussiaCanada7:30pm/4:30pmTSN 1/4NHL Network
Dec. 31USAFinland10:30pm/7:30pmTSN 1/5NHL Network
Jan. 2Quarterfinal #14:00pm/1:00pmTSN 3/5NHL Network
Jan. 2Quarterfinal #26:00pm/3:00pmTSNN/A
Jan. 2Quarterfinal #37:30pm/4:30pmTSN 2NHL Network
Jan. 2Quarterfinal #410:30pm/7:30pmTSN 3/5NHL Network
Jan. 4Semifinal #14:00pm/1:00pmTSNNHL Network
Jan. 4Semifinal #27:30pm/4:30pmTSN 1/4/5NHL Network
Jan. 5Bronze Medal4:00pm/1:00pmTSNNHL Network
Jan. 5Gold Medal7:30pm/4:30pmTSNNHL Network

The relegation games on Jan. 2nd, 4th, and 5th are not scheduled to be broadcast yet. All games should be available on the TSN App if you’re a subscriber.