Three Kings Day has once again become the day that crowns the World Youth Ice Hockey Champion in its men’s edition, after the exception of the previous edition ending by the month of August after continuous casualties due to Covid that disrupted the tournament. Wears. why Canada, following the success achieved last summerHe took the Champions Trophy in his hand.
As happened on this occasion in the final played against Finland in August. The North American team allowed itself a two-goal lead to take the game to overtime., An expansion that also saw the Canadians return to sit on the throne of world youth hockey.
a match in which Stardom Was Taken Not By This Championship Sensation Connor Bedard, But By Dylan Guenther Score the opening goal for your team and the decisive goal in extra time.
A final that did justice to the tournament And both teams, on the one hand because it brought the trophy to the showcase of the team that displayed the best hockey throughout the tournament and that took the initiative in the final match, and did justice to the Czech side, a team that also took notice and With the performance of their goalkeeper Suchanek, they put a face in the deciding party which was a support for European hopes to take control of the title.
American Talent Factory Returns to the World Cup Podium After defeating the bronze medalists from the previous edition in a crazy match full of options. An impressive 8-7 with a goal by Chase Lucius that capped off a hat-trick in the deciding period that deserved a medal for his team and lifted Trey Croner out of a trio of places of honor at the championships. A first class appetizer before the Grand Finale for all the fans.
Connor Bedard, Tournament MVP
If Canada is the overall winner of the tournament, its namesake has been Connor Beddard. If before the tournament he was already forecast to be the number one pick in the next draft, after it was held, his performance cemented him as the most promising player of the current batch of young players. nine goals and 14 assists for 23 points (the last two records, the maximum for a Canadian player in this tournament), translated into a Bedard’s handy number, creating an expectation of the unexpected every time he reached for his stick.
After the tournament cycle in Canada, sheltered from the COVID pandemic, the tournament looks for a new venue and By 2024, he is going to the city of Gothenburg, Sweden.