Three Record Books soon on the way
The winners are:
Nadezhda Shakhvorostova, Moscow, Russia
Raimonds Gekiss, Plavinas, Latvia
Oleg Ugolnikov, Moscow, Russia
1. Belarus first played in the top division at the 1999 IIHF World Junior Championship
2. Terry Simpson coached Canada to gold at the 1985 World Juniors in Helsinki.
3. Tomas Duba is the Czech goalie holding the record for the most wins (7) at one World Juniors
4. Lars Eller is the NHL player who is the son of the current Danish head coach.
5. Niklas Hagman scored Finland’s gold medal-winning goal in OT at the 1998 World Juniors in Helsinki.
6. Pavel Bure scored 27 goals for the career World Junior record.
7. Jaroslav Janus was in net for Slovakia in its 5-3 quarter-final upset over the U.S. in 2009.
8. Sweden won its first-ever World Junior gold medal in 1981 in West Germany.
9. Sandro Rizzi scored the shootout winner for Switzerland in the bronze medal game of the 1998 World Juniors in Finland.
10. Four U.S. players made the all-star team at the 2013 World Juniors.
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