The Junior World Championship is coming to an end. It is today that the two finals will take place (one for gold and one for bronze).
At 4 pm ET, Sweden will face Jan Mysak and the Czech Republic in the bronze medal final.
Starting at 8 pm, the grand final will take place, as Canada and Finland will compete for the gold medal.
— IIHF (@IIHFHockey) August 20, 2022
Despite a very limited (even annoying) number of spectators during several matches of the tournament, the resumption of the CMJ was, in general, very exciting.
They presented us with some very good games, some nice surprises and some wonderful goals.
Despite the absence of Juraj Slafkovksy, Filip Mesar and Kaiden Guhle, among others, Montreal Canadiens fans were still able to rejoice at the good performances of the CH hopes during this tournament.
In fact, Joshua Roy and Jan Mysak are having a very good tournament. The two CH hopefuls have seven points from six games. Roy had two goals and five assists, while Mysak had four goals and three assists.
Going back to Roy, he doesn’t just produce. In fact, he is useful to his team in any situation. The proof is that yesterday Joshua Roy was
the attacker the player most used by Dave Cameron.
He spent 23 minutes and seven seconds on the ice.
Joshua Roy (MTL): 23:07
Olen Zellweger (ANA): 22:36
Mason McTavish (ANA): 21:52
Jiri Kulich (BUF): 6
Mason McTavish (ANA): 5
Kent Johnson (CBJ): 5
Kent Johnson (CBJ): 3
Olen Zellweger (ANA): 3
Jiri Kulich (BUF): 2
Logan Stankoven (DAL): 2
—Scott Wheeler (@scottcwheeler) August 20, 2022
That’s pretty impressive for a striker. So Dave Cameron really trusts Roy.
— JJ Gab (@RiseFromTheAshZ) August 20, 2022
It’s pretty impressive to see a fifth-round pick not only make the Canadian team, but also manage to carve out a significant spot on the roster. Roy plays a key role in Canada’s success.
So Roy was really able to bounce back after having a disappointing draft year.
I still can’t believe how well Joshua Roy has managed to turn his game around!
For someone who was drafted in the fifth round, it was an absolute steal!
Last year in the QMJHL he managed to get 119 points!
Roy has shown that he has what it takes to play in the NHL in a few years.
— Dylan (@thunderBolt140) August 20, 2022
On the Finnish side now, the hopes of CH Oliver Kapanen and Petteri Nurmi will certainly walk away with a medal.
Kapanen is having a good tournament despite only having one goal and one assist in six games.
In the case of Nurmi, he will not play in the final as he has been suffering from mononucleosis since the second match of the tournament.
He only played two games.
All in all, they will be great unmissable matches today in which all CH hopefuls will have the opportunity to win a medal.
A lot of
– It would be very sad to lose him, but it would be a great opportunity for him.
It would be a very good championship for him. The opportunity to play in the Conference this year also https://t.co/1LAlZRkZBV
—Francis Casimiro (@FrancisCasimiro) August 20, 2022
– Here is a little more information about Mihailovic.
According to @AZAIertsthe Dutch club AZ Alkmaar could activate the track of Djordje Mihailovic.
Fifth in the Eredivisie in 2021-22, there were already rumors of his interest in the environment when he played with Chicago. Of course, Bologna would be in the photo.#CFMTL pic.twitter.com/hwbz65aKbF
– Nilton Jorge (@NiltonJorge) August 20, 2022
– The best and worst case scenarios related to the draft pick that accompanied Monahan to Montreal.
Tea #habs‘Sean Monahan’s trade best and worst draft pick results https://t.co/EpFTPWinn3
— Eyes on the prize (@HabsEOTP) August 20, 2022
– What an exchange! wow!
— ATP Tour (@atptour) August 20, 2022
– Basketball fans, don’t miss it!
ICYMI — In recovery
The QC Challenge takes place today at Parc Jarry! Details: https://t.co/IdlmeNhiQE
— AlleyOop360 (@AlleyOop360) August 20, 2022
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