World Juniors 2024

Meet The Team: Canada's roster for the 2024 World Juniors

After winning back-to-back Gold medals in overtime, Canada has an opportunity to three-peat. 

The path to the Championship won’t be easy. Team USA looks to have the most skilled roster at the tournament, and Sweden’s not too far behind, either. 

As such, Canada likely won’t be able to outgun the opposition. Instead, it’ll be a grinding tournament to play to the strengths of Canada’s roster. 

Here’s how their team’s looking.  

The Roster

Here are the most recent practice lines via TSN’s Mark Masters:

Editor's note: Image created prior to Matthew Poitras' release to Team Canada

Flexibility and versatility will be Canada’s keys, but plenty of top-end offence remains. Let’s start there. 

Keeping Conor Geekie and Matthew Savoie together seems natural. They have chemistry and complementary styles. Mackl

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