World Juniors 2023

Meet the Team: Canada's roster for the 2023 World Juniors

For Canada, the expectations are gold. Same as always.

But Canada hasn’t exactly dominated this tournament in recent years. They’ve won just four of the last 13. Last year’s runners-up, Finland, have continually made an outsized impact, and Team USA has caught up. Those three teams have alternated gold in the last 10 tournaments, with not even one winning in consecutive years. 

Canada can change that. Here’s how their team’s shaping up.

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