Canada vs Sweden

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BUFFALO, N.Y. — Drake Batherson had a hat trick as Canada downed the Czech Republic 7-2 in the semifinal of the world junior hockey championship on Thursday night. The Canadians will face Sweden on Friday night in the gold-medal game.

SAME TEAM, DIFFERENT STORY — Seven players and head coach Dominique Ducharme are returning from last year’s team that lost in the shootout to the United States in the gold-medal game. Although it was a heartbreaking loss, they insist that this is a new team and a new year.

“It’s going to be a different game. It’s different tournament. It’s a different group,” said Ducharme, who saw his team rally from an early deficit to the Czechs. “I think our guys are learning a lot, we’ve been through a lot in the first round. Just tonight, the way we played the game. Trailing 1-0, early in the game, guys didn’t panic and then we established our game. All those little things we need to take and play our best game tomorrow.

SPEED KILLS — At selection camp in mid-December, Ducharme told reporters that he wanted his team to be fast and put pressure on other teams to create turnovers. That model has worked perfectly, with Canada’s defence and forwards working together to smother other teams for all 200 feet of the ice. It has also led to a balanced attack that keeps defences — and fans — guessing. The player who has benefited the most from this system is Ottawa Senators prospect Drake Batherson, who enters play Friday in a three-way tie for the goal-scoring lead at the tournament.

“I think today we just wanted to come out and obviously just do anything we can to get a win,” said Batherson after beating the Czechs. “I was lucky enough to score a few goals and me and my linemates are just continuing our chemistry as the tournament goes on and yeah it’s been going well.”

CALM BEFORE THE STORM — Another hallmark of Canada’s junior team has been an unshakable confidence heading into each game. Even as the pressure mounts and the opponents have been more difficult, the Canadians have remained calm, cool and collected.

“We’re all calm guys. There are no guys that are going to flip out,” said defenceman Cale Makar. “We know if we want to get the job done, we have to be on the same page. that comes from the leadership, having guys that wear the ‘C’ and a show us how to be calm in this tournament. There are no nerve-wracking situations.”

2018 World Juniors Final

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Canada and Sweden will face off for gold medal at the world junior hockey championship Friday night.

“I think it’s the two best teams that are going to meet,” Swedish goaltender Filip Gustavsson said.

Gustavsson made 29 saves and Sweden had a three-goal third period to beat the defending champion United States on Thursday in the first semifinal.

Drake Batherson had a hat trick to lead Canada over the Czech Republic 7-2 and into the title game for the third time in four years.

Canada and Sweden have played for the gold medal game three times before, in 1996, 2008 and 2009. The Canadians won all three contests.

With the expected No. 1 pick in this year’s NHL draft, defenceman Rasmus Dahlin, and several other top prospects on the roster, the Swedes believe they have the talent to claim their first gold medal since 2012. Sweden finished fourth each of the last three years after finishing second in 2013 and 2014.

“Everyone is here to win,” Swedish coach Tomas Moten said. “So if we’re not going to win tomorrow, I don’t think the feeling will be any different than last year when we lost the bronze medal game.”

The U.S. was trying to become the first country to win back-to-back gold medals since Canada claimed five straight from 2005-09. The Americans have never won a gold medal on home ice.

“This one blindsided us because we felt so strong with how we were going,” U.S. coach Bob Motzko said. “We had a vampire suck it out of us today. It just tells you how tough it is.”

Elias Pettersson, Lias Andersson, Oskar Steen and Axel Jonsson Fjallby scored for Sweden, which has not trailed in any game during the tournament. Linus Lindstrom had two assists.

“We have every chance to win gold,” Dahlin said. “We’re so excited about tomorrow.”

Sam Steel, Maxime Comtois, Jordan Kyrou and Boris Katchouk also had goals for Canada, which has won every game in dominating fashion aside from its 4-3 shootout loss to the U.S. in the preliminary round.

Canada came alive late in the first period after spotting the Czechs a 1-0 lead in the first six minutes. Steel and Batherson scored power-play goals to make it 2-1 by the end of the first.

The Canadians scored four times in a 10-minute span of the second period. Batherson, a fourth-round draft choice of the Ottawa Senators, scored his third goal to make it 6-1 with 3:02 remaining in the third and tie U.S. forward Kieffer Bellows and the Czech Republic’s Filip Zardina for the tournament lead with seven goals.

Zardina, one of the top prospects eligible for this year’s NHL draft, scored both goals for the Czech Republic.

After beating Canada in a shootout to win the gold medal last year, the U.S. will try for its sixth bronze medal against the Czechs on Friday. The Americans placed third in 1986, 1992, 2007, 2011 and 2016.

“The goal at the beginning of the tournament when everything starts is gold medal,” Bellows said, who scored his tournament-leading seventh goal against Sweden. “But I know we have to push this behind us and get ready for the bronze medal game. We’re doing this for the team in the locker room and USA Hockey as a whole.”

The Czech Republic last won a bronze medal in 2005. Czechoslovakia placed third six times from 1977-1993.

Bellows and Brady Tkachuk scored late goals for the U.S. after Sweden built a 4-0 lead midway through the third period.

The U.S. controlled the action for much of the first two periods before Pettersson’s power-play goal put Sweden ahead 1-0 with 6:30 left in the second.

With U.S. defenceman Dylan Samberg in the penalty box for high-sticking, Pettersson, the Vancouver Canucks’ No. 5 overall pick last year, received a pass in the left faceoff circle from Buffalo Sabres 2016 first-round selection Alex Nylander and one-timed a slap shot over Woll’s shoulder into the far corner of the net.

Nylander’s assist gave him 28 career points at the world juniors, equaling father Michael Nylander for fourth on Sweden’s career list.

Gustavsson’ preserved the lead when stopped U.S. forward Casey Mittelstadt on a 3-on-0 breakaway in the final minute of the second period. Mittlestadt, the Sabres’ most recent first-round pick, entered the game leading the tournament with 10 points.

Andersson made it 2-0 when he tapped in his sixth goal of the tournment on a 2-on-1 with Fredrik Karlstrom early in the third period. Steen and Jonsson Fjallby scored shorthanded goals 38 seconds apart before the U.S. pulled goaltender Joseph Woll with 11:25 remaining.

“We failed Joe tonight,” Motzko said. “Joe didn’t fail us.”

Bellows scored on a power play to end Gustavsson’s shutout bid with 7:36 remaining. Tkachuk’s goal came with 3:01 left to play and the U.S. was unable to score on a power play in the closing minutes.

Pro Football Hall of Famer Thurman Thomas dropped the ceremonial first puck wearing a replica of one of his older Buffalo Bills jerseys, matching the U.S. uniforms. Team USA also wore the blue jerseys and pants during its preliminary-round win over Canada outdoors at the Bills’ New Era Field.

USA vs Czech Republic

USA vs Czech Republic Live Stream Online,After a disappointing end to their 2018 World Junior gold medal hopes, the United States will have one last chance at medaling when it faces the Czech Republic in the bronze medal game on Friday. You can catch the action from Buffalo at 4 p.m. ET on NHL Network.

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Time: 4 p.m. ET
Location: KeyBank Center, Buffalo
TV: NHL Network, TSN, RDS
Live stream: TSNGO

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The last time the United States played for a bronze medal was in 2016, where Team USA bested Sweden 8-3 in a beatdown of a match. This year, the United States heads into the match after missing out on the gold medal game due to a 4-2 loss to Sweden. Kieffer Bellows and Brady Tkachuk had the only two goals for the Americans in the semifinal match to Sweden, where the difference was a 38-second span in which Team USA allowed a pair of shorthanded goals.

The Czech Republic stands in opposition to Team USA after falling 7-2 to the Canadians in its semifinal match Thursday evening. New York Rangers draft pick Filip Chytil and Chicago Blackhawks draft pick Jakub Galvas are two notable players to watch, along with one of the tournament’s top scorers Martin Necas.

During the round robin, the Czechs had just one loss to Sweden as they went 3-0-0-1 for second place in Group B.

In goal, the Americans may roll with Jake Oettinger despite the netminder playing in relief in the semifinal match. Team USA also has Joseph Woll, who has started most of the World Juniors, waiting in the wings as well.

Sweden vs Canada

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World Juniors 2018 Final Live
Date: Friday, January 5, 2018
Time: 8:00p ET

Sweden vs Canada

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Drake Batherson had a hat trick as Canada downed the Czech Republic 7-2 in the semifinal of the world junior hockey championship on Thursday night. The Canadians will face Sweden on Friday night in the gold-medal game.

SAME TEAM, DIFFERENT STORY — Seven players and head coach Dominique Ducharme are returning from last year’s team that lost in the shootout to the United States in the gold-medal game. Although it was a heartbreaking loss, they insist that this is a new team and a new year.

“It’s going to be a different game. It’s different tournament. It’s a different group,” said Ducharme, who saw his team rally from an early deficit to the Czechs. “I think our guys are learning a lot, we’ve been through a lot in the first round. Just tonight, the way we played the game. Trailing 1-0, early in the game, guys didn’t panic and then we established our game. All those little things we need to take and play our best game tomorrow.

SPEED KILLS — At selection camp in mid-December, Ducharme told reporters that he wanted his team to be fast and put pressure on other teams to create turnovers. That model has worked perfectly, with Canada’s defence and forwards working together to smother other teams for all 200 feet of the ice. It has also led to a balanced attack that keeps defences — and fans — guessing. The player who has benefited the most from this system is Ottawa Senators prospect Drake Batherson, who enters play Friday in a three-way tie for the goal-scoring lead at the tournament.

“I think today we just wanted to come out and obviously just do anything we can to get a win,” said Batherson after beating the Czechs. “I was lucky enough to score a few goals and me and my linemates are just continuing our chemistry as the tournament goes on and yeah it’s been going well.”

CALM BEFORE THE STORM — Another hallmark of Canada’s junior team has been an unshakable confidence heading into each game. Even as the pressure mounts and the opponents have been more difficult, the Canadians have remained calm, cool and collected.

“We’re all calm guys. There are no guys that are going to flip out,” said defenceman Cale Makar. “We know if we want to get the job done, we have to be on the same page. that comes from the leadership, having guys that wear the ‘C’ and a show us how to be calm in this tournament. There are no nerve-wracking situations.”

World Juniors Final 2018

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Date: Friday, January 5, 2018
Time: 8:00p ET

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Canada and Sweden will face off for gold medal at the world junior hockey championship Friday night.

“I think it’s the two best teams that are going to meet,” Swedish goaltender Filip Gustavsson said.

Gustavsson made 29 saves and Sweden had a three-goal third period to beat the defending champion United States on Thursday in the first semifinal.

Drake Batherson had a hat trick to lead Canada over the Czech Republic 7-2 and into the title game for the third time in four years.

Canada and Sweden have played for the gold medal game three times before, in 1996, 2008 and 2009. The Canadians won all three contests.

With the expected No. 1 pick in this year’s NHL draft, defenceman Rasmus Dahlin, and several other top prospects on the roster, the Swedes believe they have the talent to claim their first gold medal since 2012. Sweden finished fourth each of the last three years after finishing second in 2013 and 2014.

“Everyone is here to win,” Swedish coach Tomas Moten said. “So if we’re not going to win tomorrow, I don’t think the feeling will be any different than last year when we lost the bronze medal game.”

The U.S. was trying to become the first country to win back-to-back gold medals since Canada claimed five straight from 2005-09. The Americans have never won a gold medal on home ice.

“This one blindsided us because we felt so strong with how we were going,” U.S. coach Bob Motzko said. “We had a vampire suck it out of us today. It just tells you how tough it is.”

Elias Pettersson, Lias Andersson, Oskar Steen and Axel Jonsson Fjallby scored for Sweden, which has not trailed in any game during the tournament. Linus Lindstrom had two assists.

“We have every chance to win gold,” Dahlin said. “We’re so excited about tomorrow.”

Sam Steel, Maxime Comtois, Jordan Kyrou and Boris Katchouk also had goals for Canada, which has won every game in dominating fashion aside from its 4-3 shootout loss to the U.S. in the preliminary round.

Canada came alive late in the first period after spotting the Czechs a 1-0 lead in the first six minutes. Steel and Batherson scored power-play goals to make it 2-1 by the end of the first.

The Canadians scored four times in a 10-minute span of the second period. Batherson, a fourth-round draft choice of the Ottawa Senators, scored his third goal to make it 6-1 with 3:02 remaining in the third and tie U.S. forward Kieffer Bellows and the Czech Republic’s Filip Zardina for the tournament lead with seven goals.

Zardina, one of the top prospects eligible for this year’s NHL draft, scored both goals for the Czech Republic.

After beating Canada in a shootout to win the gold medal last year, the U.S. will try for its sixth bronze medal against the Czechs on Friday. The Americans placed third in 1986, 1992, 2007, 2011 and 2016.

“The goal at the beginning of the tournament when everything starts is gold medal,” Bellows said, who scored his tournament-leading seventh goal against Sweden. “But I know we have to push this behind us and get ready for the bronze medal game. We’re doing this for the team in the locker room and USA Hockey as a whole.”

The Czech Republic last won a bronze medal in 2005. Czechoslovakia placed third six times from 1977-1993.

Bellows and Brady Tkachuk scored late goals for the U.S. after Sweden built a 4-0 lead midway through the third period.

The U.S. controlled the action for much of the first two periods before Pettersson’s power-play goal put Sweden ahead 1-0 with 6:30 left in the second.

With U.S. defenceman Dylan Samberg in the penalty box for high-sticking, Pettersson, the Vancouver Canucks’ No. 5 overall pick last year, received a pass in the left faceoff circle from Buffalo Sabres 2016 first-round selection Alex Nylander and one-timed a slap shot over Woll’s shoulder into the far corner of the net.

Nylander’s assist gave him 28 career points at the world juniors, equaling father Michael Nylander for fourth on Sweden’s career list.

Gustavsson’ preserved the lead when stopped U.S. forward Casey Mittelstadt on a 3-on-0 breakaway in the final minute of the second period. Mittlestadt, the Sabres’ most recent first-round pick, entered the game leading the tournament with 10 points.

Andersson made it 2-0 when he tapped in his sixth goal of the tournment on a 2-on-1 with Fredrik Karlstrom early in the third period. Steen and Jonsson Fjallby scored shorthanded goals 38 seconds apart before the U.S. pulled goaltender Joseph Woll with 11:25 remaining.

“We failed Joe tonight,” Motzko said. “Joe didn’t fail us.”

Bellows scored on a power play to end Gustavsson’s shutout bid with 7:36 remaining. Tkachuk’s goal came with 3:01 left to play and the U.S. was unable to score on a power play in the closing minutes.

Pro Football Hall of Famer Thurman Thomas dropped the ceremonial first puck wearing a replica of one of his older Buffalo Bills jerseys, matching the U.S. uniforms. Team USA also wore the blue jerseys and pants during its preliminary-round win over Canada outdoors at the Bills’ New Era Field.

Manchester United vs Derby County

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Date: Friday, Jan. 5

Time: 8 p.m. GMT/3 p.m. ET

TV Info: Fox Sports 2 (U.S.)

Manchester United vs Derby County

Manchester United begin their bid to win a 13th FA Cup when they face Championship high-flyers Derby County at Old Trafford on Friday in the third round.

The Red Devils endured a difficult Christmas period, drawing three consecutive Premier League matches after losing to Bristol City in the Carabao Cup on December 20.

However, they got back to winning ways on Monday against Everton and should have too much for Derby if they can hit the same kind of form.

Read on for a full preview of the clash, along with viewing and scheduling details.

Preview

United last met Derby on the way to their FA Cup triumph in 2015-16. Then managed by Louis van Gaal, the Red Devils prevailed 3-1 in their fourth-round clash, with Wayne Rooney, Daley Blind and Juan Mata getting the goals for the Manchester giants.

United manager Jose Mourinho would likely be delighted with the same result on Friday, but Derby will be no pushovers.

The Rams have gone unbeaten in their past seven matches and are second in the Championship with a fine chance of earning promotion back to the Premier League.

United lost a couple of key players to injury over the festive period, but striker Romelu Lukaku could return for the FA Cup clash, per Mark Critchley of The Independent.

IIHF World Junior Championship Final 2018

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Puck drop: 8:00 PM EST / 5:00 PM PST
In Canada: TSN1, TSN4, TSN5 (English) RDS (French)
In the United States: NHL Network

IIHF World Junior Championship Final 2018

The United States are the defending gold medallists at the World Junior HockeyChampionship. Russia hasn’t gone without a medal since 2010. Tonight, one of those teams will be sent home unable to replicate their recent success.

In a game that could be worthy of deciding the championship, tonight’s clash between Russia and the USA simply determines who will move on to the final four. One of the most skilled teams in the tournament will have its run come to an end.

The question is whether it will be Klim Kostin’s team having that seven-year streak snapped, or if Casey Mittelstadt’s incredible performance at this year’s tournament will come to an abrupt halt. Those two players will have a big say in the outcome of the game.

The preliminary round at the 2018 World Junior Championship in Buffalo came to a close on Sunday, and now the real fun begins.

The United States finished just behind Canada in Group A and will have a tougher road to the gold medal game if they hope to repeat as champions at the annual U-20 tournament. That road begins with a quarterfinal matchup against Russia on Tuesday night.

What’s on the line?
Well, for one, Team USA’s chance to repeat as champions for the first time in tournament history. We’re in the single-elimination stage of the tourney now, so the stakes are extremely high. The winner of USA-Russia will move on to face the winner of Sweden-Slovakia in the semifinals. Emotions typically run pretty high in these games, and Russia will be looking to avenge their semifinal loss to the Americans in last year’s tournament.

How did the teams finish the preliminary round?
The Americans had a rollercoaster opening round and finished with a 3-1 record. Their lone loss came in a shocking upset against Slovakia, but they quickly bounced back with a stunning comeback victory over Canada. The Americans also took down Denmark and Finland.

Meanwhile, the Russians finished the prelims 2-2, losing first to the Czech Republic in the tournament’s opening game, then to Sweden (in a shootout) in the final preliminary game. They beat Switzerland and Belarus, the two bottom teams in Group B.

This is the first time that USA and Russia will meet this year.

Schedule
The 2018 World Juniors medal round runs through this week, with the tournament concluding with medal games on Friday. Here’s a complete rundown of the next wave of games:

Tuesday, Jan. 2 (Quarterfinals)
Finland vs. Czech Republic, 12 p.m. (NHL Network, TSN 1/3/4/5)
Denmark vs. Belarus, 2 p.m. (Relegation)
Canada vs. Switzerland, 4 p.m. (NHL Network, TSN 1/4/5)
Sweden vs. Slovakia, 6 p.m. (TSN3)
United States vs. Russia, 8 p.m. (NHL Network, TSN1/4/5)
Thursday, Jan. 4 (Semifinals)
Denmark vs. Belarus, 12 p.m. (Relegation)
TBD vs. TBD, 4 p.m.
TBD vs. TBD, 8 p.m.
Friday, Jan. 5 (Finals)
Denmark vs. Belarus, 12 p.m. (Relegation)
Bronze medal game: TBD vs. TBD, 4 p.m.
Gold medal game: TBD vs. TBD, 8 p.m.
NHL prospects to keep an eye on
USA forward Casey Mittelstadt (Buffalo Sabres) was the best player in the opening round of the tournament, leading all players with nine points (four goals, five assists) in the four preliminary games. The Americans’ forward group was a little shaky as a whole, but they were carried by strong performances from their stars, and no star was brighter than Mittelstadt.

The 19-year-old Mittelstadt has excellent vision and creativity with the puck on his stick and he’s great at creating space to help facilitate offense. Every now and then he can do it all by himself, too.

Cavs vs Celtics

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When: Wednesday, January 3, 8 p.m. ET
Where: TD Garden, Boston
Online Tv Channel : ESPN

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With the Celtics and Cavaliers set to clash for the second time this season, we’re learning some more interesting tidbits about Kyrie Irving’s surprise departure from Cleveland.

The NBA world was shocked by the blockbuster the Celtics and Cavs pulled off over the summer, and a lot of that stemmed from Irving “requesting” a trade from a perennial title contender.Who in their right mind would want to leave a team that had been to the last three NBA Finals?

LeBron James was a big part of it, just not in the way you might think. In his first extensive comments about the trade since this summer, Irving told ESPN’s Jackie MacMullan that he felt his time in Cleveland was coming to an end, and he believes James was behind it. Irving said a divorce between him and the Cavs was “inevitable,” and it really wasn’t his decision.

While Cleveland will be playing on the second night of a back-to-back and traveling to Boston overnight, the Celtics should be well-rested after having two days off in between home games.

Boston is 3-0 SU and 2-1 ATS over its last three games in a stretch that includes an impressive 99-98 win over the Houston Rockets as 2-point underdogs last Thursday. The Celtics are 10-10 SU and 10-9-1 ATS in their last 20 regular-season meetings with the Celtics.