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A small group of us from Canada are looking at taking a trip to Sweden for the 2014 tournament!
I am having trouble finding any details though.
If you have any knowledge related to this tournament I would love to hear it.

Can you buy ticket packs that include Canadas round robin games and the playoff games?
What did ticket packs cost last time Sweden hosted?
What are they now?
When approx. do tickets become available and where is the best place to purchase?
etc etc etc...

Thanks in advance!!
 

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I'm hoping to do the same thing and haven't really come across anything. I did however find a company called Destiny Tours which offers tours from Canada with all the tickets included. http://www.destinytours.com/

They don't have the Sweden one posted yet and I don't think they'll have it out until next year. I do think it would be way cheaper to plan it yourself but I haven't figured out how to get all of Team Canada's tickets yet.
 

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Good Find

Looks like a posssibly solid option! I'll be checking back to as the details are introduced.

Thanks!
Jay
 

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Also interested in 2014 Juniors

I looked at the Destiny Tours web-site and it has archived pictures & prices from the last trip to Sweden (Mora). The prices per person was $4,000. Like Msall said, I think you can probably book something yourself with a more reasonable price tag.
I know mself and another guy from work would be very interested, but there's not much information yet.
 

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Moore Sports Tours

if you are looking to go to Malmo for the 2014 WJHC, you could go to www.mooresports.com/worldjuniors2014. Moore Sports is putting together trips to watch the juniors AND to play some recreational hockey!
 

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Quebec City on its own would be a nice option for the World Juniors Hockey, its long overdue, the last time QC hosted was in tandem with Montreal back in 1978, Canada took bronze at that tournament and it was actually the first official tournament hosted in Canada.

The IIHF mens tournament was great there in 2008, a fantastic arena with the Centre Videotron and a nice European feel to the city for fans and the players to explore.
 

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Me, my brother, and my best friend all put in for the ticket draw. My brother got picked. Looks like he can get up to 4 seats, so we can all still go. The package he got comes with 8 games total - 5 preliminary round, including Canada's Boxing Day and New Years Eve games, and then one quarters game, one semi, and the bronze medal. The quarter and semi will be Canada's assuming they make it.

Pretty stoked, but realistically we probably won't be able to stay in Edmonton the full ten days, so we're gonna have to make some decisions and try to sell some tickets, but New Years Eve game is an absolute must. World Juniors 2021 Live
 
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