World Juniors 2023

Standout performances from the 2023 World Junior Hockey Championship

The 2023 World Juniors concluded with back-to-back overtime nail-biters.

There was Chaz Lucius' hat trick to win Team USA a barnburner. There was a spectacular comeback by Czechia. And there was a golden gold. 

Along the way, many iconic moments were produced, ranging from the Swiss' prowess in extra time to Connor Bedard doing everything.  

World Juniors doesn't make or break careers. But the tournament provides insight into the progress of the numerous prospects. 

In this article, we analyze the performances of 52 drafted prospects at the tournament.


Vinzenz Rohrer, C, Austria (75th overall, 2022, Montreal Canadiens)

There’s little doubt that Vinzenz Rohrer wasn’t himself. He missed the first game due to illness, and his game lacked the usual energy and pace that makes him such an inter

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World Juniors 2023 NHL Prospects Austria U20 Austria U20 Canada U20 Canada U20 Czechia U20 Finland U20 Finland U20 Germany U20 Slovakia U20 Sweden U20 Switzerland U20 USA U20 USA U20 WJC-20 Sean Behrens Lian Bichsel Jackson Blake Filip Bystedt Brandt Clarke Logan Cooley Zach Dean Ethan Del Mastro Adam Engström Nathan Gaucher Cutter Gauthier Dylan Guenther Aleksi Heimosalmi Tyson Hinds Luke Hughes Lane Hutson Ludvig Jansson David Jiricek Oliver Kapanen Joakim Kemell Ville Koivunen Jiri Kulich Brad Lambert Jonathan Lekkerimäki Chaz Lucius Julian Lutz Fabian Lysell Filip Mesar Simon Nemec Calle Odelius Zack Ostapchuk Brennan Othmann Elias Pettersson Vinzenz Rohrer Isak Rosén Joshua Roy Matyas Sapovaliv Jimmy Snuggerud Logan Stankoven Stanislav Svozil Adam Sýkora Ryan Ufko Shane Wright Brian Zanetti Olen Zellweger Liam Öhgren Noah Östlund
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