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Team Canada crushed the competition at the 2006 World Junior Hockey Championship for the second straight year in a row, finishing with a 5-0 win over Russia in the gold medal game. Here are the stats!

Thursday, January 5, 2006 -

# Gold Medal Game: Canada 5 - Russia 0
Goals: Canada - Steve Downey, Blake Comeau, Michael Blunden (2), Kyle Chipchura
Shots on Goal: Russia 35 - Canada 34

# Bronze Medal Game: Finland 4 - USA 2
Goals: Finland - Jesse Joensuu (2), Lauri Tukonen, Jari Sailio.
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USA - Bobby Ryan, Jack Johnson.
Shots on Goal: Finland 49 - USA 39

Tuesday, January 3, 2006 -

# Semifinal: Canada 4 - Finland 0
Goals: Canada - Kris Russell, Blake Comeau, Andrew Cogliano, Kris Letang
Shots on goal: Canada 43 - Finland 19

# Semifinal: Russia 5 - USA 1
Goals: Russia - Nikolai Kulemin (2), Alexei Emelin, Sergei Shirokov, Nikolai Lemtyugov. USA - Jack Skille.
Shots on goal: USA 35 - Russia 34

Monday, January 2, 2006 -

# Quarterfinal: Finland 1 - Sweden 0 (OT)
Goal: Finland - Teemu Laakso
Shots on goal: Sweden 53 - Finland 25

# Quarterfinal: USA 2 - Czech Republic 1
Goals: USA - Phil Kessel, Chris Bourque. Czech Republic - Ladislav Smid
Shots on goal: USA 31 - Czech Republic 31

Wednesday, January 4, 2006 -

# Czech Republic vs. Sweden (fifth place game), 8 p.m.

Round-Robin Results -

Saturday, December 31, 2005 -
# Canada 3 - USA 2
# Finland 4 - Switzerland 1
# Russia 7 - Czech Republic 2
# Sweden 6 - Slovakia 0

Friday, December 30, 2005 -
# USA 2 - Switzerland 2
# Finland 9 - Norway 1
# Sweden 10 - Latvia 2
# Czech Republic 5 - Slovakia 3

Thursday, December 29, 2005 -
# Canada 4 - Norway 0
# Russia 3 - Latvia 1

Wednesday, December 28, 2005 -
# Canada 4 - Switzerland 3
# USA 6 - Finland 5
# Russia 6 - Slovakia 2
# Sweden 3 - Czech Republic 2

Tuesday, December 27, 2005 -
# Switzerland 2 - Norway 0
# Slovakia 7 - Latvia 4

Monday, December 26, 2005 -
# Canada 5 - Finland 1
# USA 12 - Norway 2
# Russia 5 - Sweden 1
# Czech Republic 5 - Latvia 1
 

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HockeyFan said:
Team Canada crushed the competition at the 2005 World Junior Hockey Championship in Grand Forks, North Dakota, finishing with a win over Russia in the gold medal game on January 4. Here are the stats!

Gold Medal Game:
Canada 6 - Russia 1

Bronze Medal Game:
Czech Republic 3 - USA 2 (OT)

Final Standings:

1. Canada
2. Russia
3. Czech Republic
4. United States
5. Finland
6. Sweden
7. Slovakia
8. Switzerland
9. Germany
10. Belarus



2005 World Junior All Star Team:

Goaltender:
# Marek Schwarz, Czech Republic
Defense:
# Dion Phaneuf, Canada
# Ryan Suter, USA
Forwards:
# Alexander Ovechkin, Russia
# Patrice Bergeron, Canada
# Jeff Carter, Canada

2005 World Junior Player Awards:

Most Valuable Player:
# Patrice Bergeron, Canada
Top Forward:
# Alexander Ovechkin, Russia
Top Defenseman:
# Dion Phaneuf, Canada
Top Goaltender:
# Marek Schwarz, Czech Republic


Playoff Results:

Semifinal Games:
Canada 3 - Czech Republic 1
Russia 7 - United States 2

Quarterfinal Games:
Czech Republic 3 - Finland 0
United States 8 - Sweden 2

Fifth-Place Game:
Finland 4 - Sweden 3 (OT)

Preliminary Round Results:

Thursday, December 30 -
Canada 8 - Finland 1
Czech Republic 3 - USA 1
Russia 6 - Switzerland 1
Sweden 3 - Slovakia 0

Wednesday, December 29 -
Belarus 5 - USA 3
Czech Republic 5 - Switzerland 2
Finland 5 - Sweden 4
Slovakia 5 - Germany 0

Tuesday, December 28 -
Canada 9 - Germany 0
Russia 7 - Belarus 2

Monday, December 27 -
Canada 8 - Sweden 1
Russia 4 - Czech Republic 1
USA 6 - Switzerland 4
Slovakia 2 - Finland 0

Sunday, December 26 -
Switzerland 5 - Belarus 0
Sweden 6 - Germany 0

Saturday, December 25 -
Canada 7 - Slovakia 3
Czech Republic 7 - Belarus 2
USA 5 - Russia 4
Finland 4 - Germany 1


Relegation Round Results:

Saturday, January 1 -
Switzerland 5 - Germany 0

Sunday, January 2 -
Slovakia 2 - Belarus 1

Monday, January 3 -
Germany 4 - Belarus 3
Slovakia 3 - Switzerland 2

you seem to have 2005 and 2006 information confused... dion phaneuf played in 2005... and 2006, with a Canadian 6-1 win over Russia, was held in Vancouver not Grand Forks.
 
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Marc Staal and Michael Blunden were unbelievable on defense. Johnathan Toews was also very good, infact better than Kessel in my opinion. Justin Pogge also has a future in the net. I think he will turn out to be like Marty Turco. Dustin Boyd was also magnificant as was Steve Downey for pissing others off. Great job Canada. They were under rated. U.S.A was way over rated and look what happened to them in this tournament. Russia also played good but Canada was a force on ice.
 

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thats what i liked about this team, they were not a super offensive squad but verry good on the defence and they played with alot of Grit ( the way Canadian hockey should be played ) and this squad made a good example of that.,
Kind of reminds me of the 87 Canada cup squad.
 
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Maybe these juniors can beat the team Gretzky assembled together at Torino who didn't even make fourth place. I bet they could. Plus Steve Downey would piss off Todd Bertuzzi so bad Bertuzzi would get thrown out. Plus none of those people on the Torino Canadian team would be able to get by the junior defense. Luc Bourdon would also throw a couple of hits on those pathetic players on the Torino team to wake them up and give them a sign to play better.
 
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