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March 18, 2016

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  • More 2001 WJHC Headlines

  • Jan. 1: Canada handles Sweden, Switzerland next
  • Jan. 1: Russia, Swiss and Finland advance to semis
  • Jan. 1: Time to put up
  • Jan. 1: Canada should be tough
  • Jan. 1: He Beat Forster so Svitov to sit
  • Dec. 31: Gold rush
  • Dec. 31: Hammer time?
  • Dec. 31: Sens GM keeps tabs on Spezza
  • Dec. 31: Habscheid comes full circle
  • Dec. 31: Players inundated with e-mail
  • Dec. 30: Canada loses to Finland 4-1
  • Dec. 30: Czechs finish fourth on home turf
  • Dec. 30: Latest tie creates logjam for first
  • Dec. 30: Gobs of fun
  • Dec. 30: First place at Finnish line
  • Dec. 30: A sweet holiday treat
  • Dec. 30: Stoll's done his scouting
  • Dec. 29: Game story and summary
  • Dec. 29: Nordqvist's goal earns Sweden tie
  • Dec. 29: Bonds can pay huge dividends
  • Dec. 29: Dodging draft talk
  • Dec. 29: Spezza knows the score
  • Dec. 28: Harrison takes on bigger role
  • Dec. 28: Threesome gets taste of international game
  • Dec. 28: Finland, Czechs capture victories
  • Dec. 28: Boy oh Boyes!
  • Dec. 28: Michaud's career keeps making net gains
  • Dec. 28: Fury over fist still burns
  • Dec. 27: Boyes scores twice for Canada in win
  • Dec. 27: United States remains undefeated
  • Dec. 27: Golden dreams
  • Dec. 26: Ott relishes role
  • Dec. 26: Svitov leads Russia over France
  • Dec. 26: Canadian takes French team to next level
  • Dec. 25: Canada opens with easy win over France
  • Dec. 25: Americans knock off the Czechs
  • Dec. 24: This Scottie's no softie
  • Dec. 23: No room for error
  • Dec. 23: Emotional holidays for Nash and family
  • Dec. 22: Canadian juniors win exhibition game
  • Dec. 22: USA juniors beat Sweden in exhibition
  • Dec. 20: Boyes leads juniors to win
  • Dec. 19:Coach: Canada has to pace itself
  • Dec. 19:Coach's disabled daughter gives balance
  • Dec. 19:Finns emerge as power at world hockey tourney
  • Dec. 18:Juniors prepping
  • Dec. 18:Almost missed call to worlds
  • Dec. 17: Nash: Fourth line or not, 'it's a challenge'
  • Dec. 15: Five more released from juniors
  • Dec. 15: Leclaire a keeper
  • Dec. 14: Five more cut from Canadian juniors
  • Dec. 14: Cammalleri one in a line of Michigan-Canadians
  • Dec. 13: Nats need to get more physical
  • Dec. 14: World vision for T.O. trio
  • Dec. 14: Harrison's primary goals don't include goals
  • Dec. 13: University all-stars edge Junior Nats
  • Dec. 13: Five cut from Canadian juniors
  • Dec. 13: Bouwmeester can learn from Spezza
  • Dec. 12: Nash has grip on world jr. berth