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Germany will play their first match 2023 IIHF World Junior Championship in Group A when they meet Sweden on Tuesday 27 December.
Sweden enter the match after an 11-0 blowout win on Monday while Germany play their first game. The game will be played at 1:30 PM EST and will be broadcast on the NHL Network. Viewers who wish to stream the game can do so by using fuboTV, DirecTV streaming and Sling. FuboTV and DirecTV both offer free trials.
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Sweden won the bronze medal at the 2022 event, which was played in Edmonton in August, while Germany lost in the quarter-finals. Sweden has a pair of top 2023 NHL draft prospects on the roster in defenseman Axel Sandin Pellikka and forward Leo Carlsson. The Germans, on the other hand, lack top draft-eligible talent but have forwards Luca Hauf and Ryan del Monte who play in the Ontario Hockey League.
More information from the Associated Press:
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia (AP) — Jaroslav Chmelar and Matous Mensik scored 33 seconds apart on a five-minute power play as the Czech Republic beat Canada 5-2 in the opener for both countries at the world junior hockey championship on Monday.
Stanislav Svozil and David Spacek each had a goal and an assist, and David Moravec provided the rest of the offense for the underdog Czechs.
Goalkeeper Tomas Suchanek was superb as he made 36 saves and one assist behind a structured, determined group.
Shane Wright, with a goal and an assist, and Connor Bedard scored for Canada. Benjamin Gaudreau allowed five goals on 17 shots before being replaced by Thomas Milic in the second period. Milic finished with 10 saves for the suddenly wobbly tournament favorites.
SWITZERLAND 3, FINLAND 2, OT
Attilio Biasca scored 41 seconds into overtime as Switzerland opened the tournament with a 3-2 victory over Finland in Moncton, New Brunswick.
Lorenzo Canonica and Jeremy Jabola also scored for Switzerland. Jonas Taibel had two assists, while Kevin Pasche stopped 14 shots.
Konsta Kapanen and Kalle Vaisanen scored for Finland. Aku Koskenvuo made 24 saves.
Finland was runner-up at the last World Juniors and fell to Canada 3-2 in overtime in August.
SWEDEN 11, AUSTRIA 0
Filip Bystedt and Isak Rosen had two goals and an assist each as Sweden got off to a fiery 11-0 start to Austria in Halifax.
Carl Lindbom had 13 saves while handing out an assist for Sweden.
Thomas Pfarrmaier stopped 23 of 29 shots in 30:28 of action before being pulled for Benedikt Oschgan, who allowed five goals on 22 shots for Austria.
USA 5, LATVIA 2
Luke Hughes, Red Savage, Chaz Lucius, Sean Behrens and Jimmy Snuggerud scored for the mighty USA in their debut in Moncton.
Anri Ravinskis and Niks Fenenko scored for Latvia.
The teams were scoreless after the first period and tied 2-2 heading into the final frame. USA beat Latvia 46-17.
Germany vs Sweden: How to watch IIHF World Juniors hockey live for free
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