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IIHF World Championships

Women’s World Championships begins on Friday

Consider this a beginner’s guide to watching Worlds.

2021 IIHF Men’s World Championships: There’s never been a tournament quite like this one

Parity may have come to international hockey at last.

IIHF will announce 2021 and 2022 WJC will be in Alberta

Darren Dreger reports that this year’s event will be in a hub format in Edmonton.

Update: IIHF cancels 2020 Women’s Worlds in Halifax/Truro, will award them 2021 event

On the heels of a host of cancellations of lesser tournaments, this unwelcome news comes today.

Women’s hockey games and where to find them

We’ve got all the dates in one place for your bookmarking needs!

Get your long weekend hockey schedule, Leafs Fans

There’s hockey all over the place and lots of Leafs prospects and players are on the ice.

More IIHF World Championship news: Nyander settles in at left wing and Zaitsev scores

Martin Marincin and the Slovaks came close to making history.

Scouting Day 1 at the 2019 IIHF World Championships

Who is that left winger, the Leafs need one of those.

Updated: John Tavares injured in World Championship training

They broke him already.

2019 IIHF Men’s World Championships Preview: John Tavares wants more hockey

Four Leafs players are in this year’s Worlds. Might there be some future Leafs there too?

John Tavares leads Team Canada for the World Championships

Hockey Canada announces their full 22-man roster.

Espoo 2019: USA named World Champions

After an incredible performance and a disallowed goal, Finland loses in the shootout.

Espoo 2019: Canada shuts out Russia for bronze

Jaime Bourbonnais gets her first of the tournament as Canada scores seven.

Espoo 2019: How to watch the IIHF Women’s World Championships

Ten teams, one goal — follow along in the quest for gold.

Updated: Espoo 2019: Canada will play for bronze, USA and Finland for gold.

Finland will have their first chance at gold, while Canada will meet Russia in the bronze medal game.

Espoo 2019 QF: Canada powers through Germany

Canada unleashed 66 shots against Germany while Japan kept it close against USA.

Espoo 2019 day 6: Canada beats Finland

Joy for Japan, double digits for USA and the Czechs go four and oh.

Espoo 2019 day 5: Canada crushes Russia

Furies captain Natalie Spooner scores a hat trick to lead her team to the win.

Espoo day 4: USA rolls over Switzerland

France gets their first lead of the tournament but comes up short against Sweden.

Espoo day three: USA beats Canada 3-2

Brianne Jenner’s 100th game didn’t go quite the way she wanted.

Espoo 2019 Day 2: History and heartbreak

France and Switzerland each score their first goal of the tournament.

Espoo 2019 Day 1: Szabados shuts out Switzerland

Eight teams took the ice on day one of the IIHF Women’s World Championships

Espoo 2019 preview: Group A

The teams in Group A have stars, skill and shiny hardware.

Espoo 2019 preview: Group B

Group A might have more stars, but Group B will have the more interesting games in Espoo.

Canada announces IIHF Women’s World Championship roster

Seven GTA CWHL players will be competing in Espoo.

2018 IIHF World Championships: Medal Games

Schedule and broadcast information.

2018 IIHF World Championships: semifinals

Canada is in action, but Curtis McElhinney likely will watch from the bench.

Kasperi Kapanen has places to go, and he’s in a hurry

The IIHF released some fun stats today, and a certain Leafs player shows up on a couple of the lists.

2018 IIHF World Championships: quarterfinal preview

The dates and teams are set for Thursday’s quarterfinal action.

2018 IIFH Worlds: The final days of the preliminary round will decide many fates

Can Denmark make the quarterfinals? If Frederik Andersen and the hometown crowd have anything to say about it, they will.

Denmark makes things interesting, but Kasperi Kapanen and Finland are rolling at the World Championships

Frederik Andersen ruined Kapanen’s day, but there’s more games to come.

IIHF World Championships: day one recap and day two preview

Canada lost, Freddie Andersen won, and the Russians rolled to an easy win.

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