2014 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships

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2014 IIHF World U20 Championship
2014 WJHC logo.png
Tournament details
Host country Sweden
DatesDecember 26, 2013 – January 5, 2014
Teams10
Venue(s)Malmö Arena and Malmö Isstadion (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions Gold medal blank.svg Finland (3rd title)
Runner-up Silver medal blank.svg Sweden
Third place Bronze medal blank.svg Russia
Fourth place Canada
Tournament statistics
Games played31
Goals scored202 (6.52 per game)
Attendance144,268 (4,654 per match)
Scoring leader(s)Finland Teuvo Teräväinen (15 points)
MVPSweden Filip Forsberg
Website2014 World Juniors
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The 2014 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships (formerly called the IIHF U20 World Championship)[1] was the 38th edition of the Ice Hockey World Junior Championship (WJHC), hosted in Malmö, Sweden. The 13,700-seat Malmö Arena was the main venue, with the smaller Malmö Isstadion the secondary venue. It began on December 26, 2013, and ended with the gold medal game on January 5, 2014.[2]

Finland defeated host team Sweden in the final 3–2 in overtime and won their first gold medal since 1998, as well as their third gold medal in total. It was also their first medal in the tournament since 2006. Sweden earned their second consecutive silver medal, their ninth silver medal in total, as well as their third consecutive medal in the tournament.

For the first time since 197981, Canada failed to capture a medal for the second consecutive year by losing the bronze medal game 1–2 to Russia, who captured the team's fourth consecutive medal at the tournament. The 2014 tournament marked the first time since 1998 that all three medalists were European teams.

A total of 144,268 spectators attended the 31 games, setting a new attendance record for IIHF World Junior Championship tournaments hosted in Europe. 12,023 spectators attended the gold medal game, setting a new record for a single IIHF World Junior Championship game in Europe.[3]

The playoff round was expanded to eight teams (again), with group leaders no longer getting a bye into the semifinals. The first time since the 2002 tournament.

Venues[edit]

Malmö Malmö
Malmö Arena
Capacity: 12,500
Malmö Isstadion
Capacity: 5,800
Malmö Arena 2008.jpg Malmö isstadion 2.jpg

Officials[edit]

The IIHF selected 12 referees and 10 linesmen to work the 2014 IIHF Ice Hockey U20 World Championship
They were the following:[4]

Format[edit]

A change in format was implemented for the Top Division. The four best ranked teams from each group of the preliminary round advanced to the quarterfinals, while the last placed teams from each group played a relegation round in a best of three format to determine the relegated team.[5] This format was last used in 2002, except the current tournament will not incorporate playoff games to determine places five through eight.

Player eligibility[edit]

A player is eligible to play in the 2014 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships if:[6]

  • the player is of male gender;
  • the player was born at the earliest in 1994, and at the latest, in 1999;
  • the player is a citizen in the country he represents;
  • the player is under the jurisdiction of a national association that is a member of the IIHF.

If a player who has never played in IIHF-organized competition wishes to switch national eligibility, he must have played in competitions for two consecutive years in the new country without playing in another country, as well as show his move to the new country's national association with an international transfer card. In case the player has previously played in IIHF-organized competition but wishes to switch national eligibility, he must have played in competitions for four consecutive years in the new country without playing in another country, he must show his move to the new country's national association with an international transfer card, as well as be a citizen of the new country. A player may only switch national eligibility once.[7]

Top Division[edit]

Rosters[edit]

Preliminary round[edit]

All times are local (UTC+1).

Team qualified to Quarterfinals
Team will play in Relegation round

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W OTW OTL L GF GA GD Pts
 Canada 4 3 0 1 0 19 12 +7 10
 United States 4 3 0 0 1 21 7 +14 9
 Czech Republic 4 1 1 0 2 9 13 −4 5
 Slovakia 4 1 0 0 3 16 16 0 3
 Germany 4 1 0 0 3 7 24 −17 3
26 December 2013
13:30
Germany 2–7
(2–4, 0–2, 0–1)
 CanadaMalmö Isstadion
Attendance: 1,861
Game reference
Marvin CupperGoaliesJake PatersonReferees:
Czech Republic Rene Hradil
Slovakia Jozef Kubus
Linesmen:
Slovakia Peter Šefčík
Czech Republic Rudolf Tosenovjan
D. Saeftel (L. Palausch, P. Klopper) – 01:351–0
1–106:21 – J. Anderson (F. Gauthier, M. Dumba)
1–210:41 – A. Mantha (C. Lazar, J. Drouin) (PP)
J. Moser (D. Kahun) (PP) – 15:592–2
2–317:36 – A. Mantha (D. Pouliot, J. Drouin)
2–418:29 – B. Horvat (S. Reinhart)
2–526:45 – S. Reinhart (J. Morrissey, C. McDavid)
2–631:28 – A. Mantha (J. Drouin, D. Pouliot) (PP)
2–750:13 – N. Petan (C. McDavid)
10 minPenalties6 min
24Shots30
26 December 2013
17:30
Czech Republic 1–5
(0–2, 0–2, 1–1)
 United StatesMalmö Isstadion
Attendance: 1,321
Game reference
Daniel DolejsGoaliesJon GilliesReferees:
Switzerland Daniel Stricker
Switzerland Marc Wiegand
Linesmen:
Germany Andreas Kowert
Switzerland Joris Müller
0–101:21 – R. Barber (M. Grzelcyk, N. Kerdiles) (PP)
0–202:02 – W. Butcher (J. Eichel, R. Hartman) (PP)
0–329:23 – H. Fasching (A. Copp)
0–437:03 – J. Slavin (Z. Stepan, Q. Shore)
M. Plutnar (D. Kämpf, O. Kaše) (PP) – 45:471–4
1–557:49 – V. Hinostroza (T. DiPauli, C. Carrick)
8 minPenalties6 min
24Shots33
27 December 2013
15:00
Slovakia 9–2
(3–0, 3–1, 3–1)
 GermanyMalmö Isstadion
Attendance: 533
Game reference
Richard SabolGoaliesMarvin CupperReferees:
Finland Antti Boman
Denmark Jacob Grumsen
Linesmen:
Japan Kenji Kosaka
Russia Eduard Metalnikov
M. Kolena (D. Gríger, M. Réway) (PP) – 03:331–0
M. Daňo (M. Lunter) – 12:382–0
D. Gríger (M. Kolena, M. Réway) (PP) – 17:243–0
M. Daňo (P. Cehlárik) – 21:574–0
4–122:38 – D. Kahun (L. Draisaitl)
M. Kolena (M. Réway, D. Gríger) – 26:315–1
D. Gachulinec (S. Horanský, F. Mlynčár) – 30:386–1
6–245:56 – J. Moser (L. Draisaitl, D. Kahun)
M. Réway (D. Gríger) – 47:447–2
M. Lunter (M. Daňo, P. Cehlárik) – 48:248–2
S. Horanský (M. Valjent) – 57:309–2
6 minPenalties4 min
28Shots21
28 December 2013
13:30
United States 6–3
(2–0, 1–2, 3–1)
 SlovakiaMalmö Isstadion
Attendance: 1,658
Game reference
Jon GilliesGoaliesRichard SabolReferees:
Canada Steve Papp
Russia Evgeniy Romasko
Linesmen:
Germany Andreas Kowert
Finland Joonas Saha
J. Eichel (R. Hartman, W. Butcher (PP) – 16:531–0
D. O'Regan (M. Grzelcyk, N. Kerdiles) (PP) – 19:592–0
R. Hartman (W. Butcher, J. Eichel) (PP) – 24:223–0
3–131:04 – M. Kolena (P. Cehlárik) (PP)
3–232:57 – M. Réway (D. Gríger, M. Kolena) (PP)
M. Grzelcyk (C. Carrick, T. DiPauli) – 49:334–2
S. Matteau (A. Copp, H. Fasching) – 54:155–2
R. Barber (A. Copp, N. Kerdiles) – 56:346–2
6–357:52 – M. Réway (D. Gríger, D. Gachulinec)
12 minPenalties10 min
47Shots30
28 December 2013
17:30
Canada 4–5 GWS
(1–1, 0–1, 3–2)
(OT: 0–0)
(SO: 1–2)
 Czech RepublicMalmö Isstadion
Attendance: 3,011
Game reference
Jake PatersonGoaliesMarek LanghamerReferees:
Denmark Jacob Grumsen
United States Timothy Mayer
Linesmen:
Russia Eduard Metalnikov
Sweden Henrik Pihlblad
0–107:10 – D. Kämpf (O. Kaše)
S. Reinhart (B. Horvat, C. McDavid) (PP) – 15:501–1
1–237:16 – M. Plutnar
J. Drouin (S. Reinhart, A. Mantha) (PP) – 40:242–2
2–344:07 – V. Tomeček
A. Ekblad (S. Laughton, C. Lazar) (SH) – 51:093–3
3–452:45 – J. Vrána (PP)
C. Hudon (A. Mantha, J. Drouin) – 53:014–4
J. Drouin GOAL
N. Petan MISS
C. McDavid MISS
ShootoutMISS O. Kaše
GOAL D. Pastrňák
GOAL D. Simon
12 minPenalties12 min
29Shots29
29 December 2013
15:00
Germany 0–8
(0–2, 0–4, 0–2)
 United StatesMalmö Isstadion
Attendance: 651
Game reference
Patrick Klein
Kevin Reich
GoaliesAnthony StolarzReferees:
Sweden Marcus Linde
Canada Devin Piccott
Linesmen:
Finland Joonas Saha
Czech Republic Rudolf Tosenovjan
0–108:09 – H. Fasching (A. Copp, T. DiPauli)
0–211:56 – N. Kerdiles (V. Hinostroza) (PP)
0–322:21 – W. Butcher (J. Eichel, A. Erne) (PP2)
0–423:27 – V. Hinostroza (A. Copp, C. Carrick) (PP)
0–531:46 – R. Barber (M. Grzelcyk, Z. Stepan) (PP)
0–633:57 – M. Grzelcyk (R. Barber, V. Hinostroza) (PP2)
0–750:04 – S. Santini (M. Grzelcyk, N. Kerdiles) (PP)
0–853:46 – V. Hinostroza (Q. Shore)
45 minPenalties8 min
15Shots53
30 December 2013
13:30
Czech Republic 0–3
(0–1, 0–2, 0-0)
 GermanyMalmö Isstadion
Attendance: 1,062
Game reference
Marek LanghamerGoaliesMarvin CupperReferees:
Sweden Tobias Björk
Canada Steve Papp
Linesmen:
Russia Eduard Metalnikov
Sweden Henrik Pilhblad
0–114:25 – F. Tiffels (J. Moser, D. Kahun)
0–235:24 – D. Kahun (F. Tiffels)
0–337:51 – F. Tiffels (T. Bender) (PP)
12 minPenalties8 min
40Shots34
30 December 2013
17:30
Canada 5–3
(1–1, 1–2, 3–0)
 SlovakiaMalmö Isstadion
Attendance: 2,558
Game reference
Zachary FucaleGoaliesSamuel BarošReferees:
Czech Republic Rene Hradil
Russia Evgeniy Romasko
Linesmen:
Japan Kenji Kosaka
Germany Andreas Kowert
0–101:40 – D. Gríger (J. Predajnianský, M. Réway) (PP)
C. Lazar (A. Mantha, N. Petan) (PP) – 18:121–1
1–227:07 – M. Réway (D. Gríger, M. Kolena) (PP2)
1–332:33 - D. Gríger (M. Réway, M. Kolena) (PP)
A. Mantha (A. Ekblad, J. Drouin) – 37:002–3
J. Drouin (A. Mantha) – 54:023–3
N. Petan (A. Mantha, D. Pouliot) (PP) – 57:144–3
N. Petan (S. Reinhart, C. Lazar) (EN) – 58:395–3
22 minPenalties10 min
49Shots22
31 December 2013
13:30
Slovakia 1–4
(0–2, 1–2, 0–0)
 Czech RepublicMalmö Isstadion
Attendance: 1,259
Game reference
Samuel Baroš
Richard Sabol
GoaliesMarek LanghamerReferees:
Finland Antti Boman
Sweden Marcus Linde
Linesmen:
Sweden Henrik Pilhblad
Finland Joonas Saha
0–100:18 – D. Pastrňák (M. Procházka)
0–203:54 – O. Kaše (J. Košťálek)
0–322:00 – M. Procházka (D. Simon)
0–426:46 – P. Šidlík (M. Procházka, D. Pastrňák) (PP)
M. Kolena (D. Gríger, M. Réway) – 39:561–4
10 minPenalties33 min
32Shots28
31 December 2013
17:30
United States 2–3
(0–0, 1–1, 1–2)
 CanadaMalmö Isstadion
Attendance: 3,882
Game reference
Jon GilliesGoaliesZachary FucaleReferees:
Sweden Tobias Björk
Switzerland Daniel Stricker
Linesmen:
Germany Andreas Kowert
Russia Eduard Metalnikov
R. Barber (J. Slavin, N. Kerdiles) (SH) – 23:291–0
1–132:19 – N. Petan (A. Mantha)
1–243:54 – C. McDavid (B. Horvat, J. Morrissey)
1–346:13 – C. Lazar (J. Drouin) (PP)
S. Matteau (H. Fasching, W. Butcher) – 57:152–3
10 minPenalties6 min
26Shots24

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W OTW OTL L GF GA GD Pts
 Sweden 4 4 0 0 0 22 7 +15 12
 Finland 4 2 0 1 1 14 10 +4 7
 Russia 4 2 0 0 2 21 8 +13 6
 Switzerland 4 1 1 0 2 11 17 −6 5
 Norway 4 0 0 0 4 3 29 −26 0
26 December 2013
15:00
Norway 0–11
(0–5, 0–5, 0–1)
 RussiaMalmö Arena
Attendance: 4,260
Game reference
Henrik Haukeland
Joachim Svendsen
GoaliesAndrei Vasilevski
Ivan Nalimov
Referees:
Canada Steve Papp
Canada Devin Piccott
Linesmen:
Sweden Henrik Pihlblad
Finland Joonas Saha
0–105:04 – V. Osnovin (D. Zhafyarov, A. Barabanov)
0–206:26 – N. Zadorov (P. Buchnevich, M. Grigorenko)
0–306:37 – D. Zhafyarov (V. Osnovin, A. Bereglazov)
0–413:35 – V. Khlopotov (I. Barbashev, A. Mironov)
0–515:03 – M. Grigorenko (I. Lyubushkin, P. Buchnevish)
0–626:57 – V. Khlopotov (B. Yakimov)
0–729:20 – N. Tryamkin
0–831:03 – A. Slepyshev (M. Grigorenko) (PP)
0–937:18 – N. Zadorov (SH)
0–1038:25 – A. Barabanov (N. Tryamkin, D. Zhafyarov) (PP)
0–1148:02 – A. Slepyshev (I. Lyubushkin)
18 minPenalties8 min
14Shots35
26 December 2013
19:00
Switzerland 3–5
(2–3, 0–0, 1–2)
 SwedenMalmö Arena
Attendance: 11,109
Game reference
Melvin NyffelerGoaliesOscar DanskReferees:
United States Timothy Mayer
Russia Evgeniy Romasko
Linesmen:
Canada Benoît Martineau
United States Fraser McIntyre
S. Zangger (J. Fuchs) (PP) – 05:431–0
1–106:54 – F. Forsberg (J. de la Rose)
K. Fiala (V. Praplan) – 08:232–1
2–208:44 – L. Bengtsson (E. Karlsson)
2–317:19 – O. Sundqvist (F. Forsberg, J. de la Rose)
F. Herzog (S. Zangger) (PP) – 41:013–3
3–442:43 – C. Djoos (A. Burakovsky, F. Forsberg) (PP)
3–557:12 – A. Johnson (A. Wennberg)
12 minPenalties12 min
33Shots36
27 December 2013
17:30
Finland 5–1
(1–0, 3–0, 1–1)
 NorwayMalmö Arena
Attendance: 734
Game reference
Juuse SarosGoaliesJoachim SvendsenReferees:
Sweden Tobias Björk
Sweden Marcus Linde
Linesmen:
Switzerland Joris Müller
Czech Republic Rudolf Tosenovjan
A. Lehkonen (S. Mäenalanen) (PP) – 19:131–0
S. Mäenalanen (T. Teräväinen, A. Lehkonen) – 22:572–0
S. Mäenalanen (V. Pokka) – 34:193–0
J. Nikko (R. Kulmala) – 35:184–0
V. Leskinen (O. Rauhala) – 47:405–0
5–156:52 – T. Johnsgard (C. Rasch, J. Tonjum)
14 minPenalties8 min
48Shots29
28 December 2013
15:00
Sweden 4–2
(1–1, 2–0, 1–1)
 FinlandMalmö Arena
Attendance: 11,604
Game reference
Oscar DanskGoaliesVille HussoReferees:
Czech Republic Rene Hradil
Switzerland Daniel Stricker
Linesmen:
United States Fraser McIntyre
Slovakia Peter Šefčík
0–100:41 – E. Lindell (T. Teräväinen)
A. Wennberg (L. Wallmark, A. Johnson) (PP2) – 04:151–1
A. Johnson (A. Wennberg, S. Collberg) – 34:042–1
J. de la Rose (F. Forsberg) – 36:193–1
3–240:45 – R. Ristolainen (T. Teräväinen)
A. Wennberg (A. Johnson) – 47:274–2
16 minPenalties20 min
30Shots20
28 December 2013
19:00
Russia 7–1
(2–1, 3–0, 2–0)
 SwitzerlandMalmö Arena
Attendance: 7,543
Game reference
Andrei VasilevskiGoaliesSascha RochowReferees:
Sweden Tobias Björk
Slovakia Jozef Kubus
Linesmen:
Japan Kenji Kosaka
Canada Benoît Martineau
0–115:02 – J. Fuchs
I. Barbashyov – 16:271–1
A. Mironov (A. Slepyshev) (PP) – 17:312–1
B. Yakimov (A. Bereglazov, A. Vailevski) (PP) – 26:233–1
A. Barabanov (I. Lyubushkin) – 31:274–1
D. Zhafyarov (A. Barabanov, Nikita Tryamkin) – 32:015–1
V. Osnovin (D. Zhafyarov) (PP) – 48:176-1
M. Grigorenko (P. Buchnevich, N. Zadorov) (PP2) – 49:527–1
6 minPenalties34 min
34Shots26
29 December 2013
17:30
Norway 0–10
(0–3, 0–3, 0–4)
 SwedenMalmö Arena
Attendance: 11,296
Game reference
Henrik HaukelandGoaliesMarcus HögbergReferees:
Finland Antti Boman
Switzerland Marc Wiegand
Linesmen:
United States Fraser McIntyre
Slovakia Peter Šefčík
0–103:26 – S. Collberg (A. Johnson, A. Wennberg
0–208:55 – A. Burakovsky (J. de la Rose, E. Lindholm) (PP)
0–315:42 – A. Burakovsky (G. Olofsson, F. Forsberg (PP)
0–421:16 – R. Hägg (N. Sörensen, L. Wallmark)
0–525:01 – A. Burakovsky (N. Sörensen)
0–629:42 – S. Collberg (F. Forsberg, E. Lindholm)
0–743:40 – R. Norell (S. Collberg, A. Wennberg)
0–846:31 – A. Wennberg (S. Collberg)
0–951:51 – E. Lindholm (F. Forsberg, G. Olofsson) (PP)
0–1057:37 – N. Sörensen (E. Karlsson, L. Bengtsson) (PP)
16 minPenalties12 min
13Shots45
30 December 2013
15:00
Russia 1–4
(1–0, 0–3, 0–1)
 FinlandMalmö Arena
Attendance: 945
Game reference
Ivan NalimovGoaliesJuuse SarosReferees:
Slovakia Jozef Kubus
Switzerland Daniel Stricker
Linesmen:
Canada Benoît Martineau
Switzerland Joris Müller
V. Vasilyev (P. Buchnevich, M. Grigorenko) – 05:271–0
1–122:21 – S. Mäenalanen (V. Pokka, T. Teräväinen) (PP)
1–230:20 – H. Haapala (T. Teräväinen, E. Lindell)
1–335:07 – R. Kulmala (J. Ikonen, S. Kinnunen)
1–447:39 – J. Nikko (J. Ikonen, A. Mustonen) (PP)
10 minPenalties8 min
29Shots31
30 December 2013
19:00
Switzerland 3–2
(0–1, 1–0, 2–1)
 NorwayMalmö Arena
Attendance: 418
Game reference
Melvin NyffelerGoaliesJoachim SvendsenReferees:
United States Timothy Mayer
Canada Devin Piccott
Linesmen:
Slovakia Peter Šefčík
Czech Republic Rudolf Tosenovjan
0–109:27 – E. Lesund
F. Herzog (K. Fiala) (PP2) – 34:391–1
M. Müller (S. Zangger) – 46:172–1
2–249:00 – C. Rasch (J. Tonjum, E. Lesund) (PP)
A. Rouiller (K. Fiala) (PP) – 51:423–2
16 minPenalties14 min
38Shots26
31 December 2013
14:00
Sweden 3–2
(2–0, 0–1, 1–1)
 RussiaMalmö Arena
Attendance: 11,528
Game reference
Oscar DanskGoaliesAndrei VasilevskiReferees:
United States Timothy Mayer
Switzerland Marc Wiegand
Linesmen:
United States Fraser McIntyre
Switzerland Joris Müller
A. Johnson (S. Collberg, L. Wallmark) (PP) – 03:291–0
N. Sörensen (L. Wallmark, A. Burakovsky) – 17:012–0
2–124:47 – A. Barabanov (V. Osnovin, I. Lyubushkin) (PP)
2–251:52 – M. Grigorenko (P. Buchnevich, A. Slepyshev)
J. de la Rose (G. Olofsson, E. Lindholm) – 57:383–2
6 minPenalties20 min
32Shots35
31 December 2013
18:00
Finland 3–4 GWS
(1–1, 1–2, 1–0)
(OT: 0–0)
(SO: 0–1)
 SwitzerlandMalmö Arena
Attendance: 718
Game reference
Ville Husso
Juuse Saros
GoaliesMelvin NyffelerReferees:
Denmark Jacob Grumsen
Canada Steve Papp
Linesmen:
Japan Kenji Kosaka
Canada Benoît Martineau
0–118:50 – F. Schmutz (K. Fiala)
V. Pokka (E. Lindell, T. Teräväinen) (PP) – 19:341–1
1–226:56 – F. Herzog
1–329:49 – N. Dunner (M. Müller)
A. Mustonen (H. Ikonen, J. Vainio) – 30:292–3
S. Mäenalanen (T. Teräväinen, H. Haapala) – 40:353–3
A. Mustonen MISS
S. Mäenalanen MISS
T. Teräväinen MISS
T. Teräväinen MISS
E. Lindell MISS
J. Ikonen MISS
ShootoutMISS S. Zangger
MISS F. Herzog
MISS K. Fiala
MISS V. Praplan
MISS J. Fuchs
GOAL C. Paschoud
10 minPenalties14 min
40Shots34

Relegation round[edit]

The relegation round was a best-of-three series. Norway lost two games and was relegated to Division I for 2015.

January 2, 2014
11:00
Germany 0–3
(0–0, 0–3, 0–0)
 NorwayMalmö Arena
Attendance: 294
Game reference
Marvin CupperGoaliesJoachim SvendsenReferees:
Czech Republic Rene Hradil
Canada Steve Papp
Linesmen:
Canada Benoît Martineau
Russia Eduard Metalnikov
0–125:06 – M. Rønnild (L. Hoff, J. Karterud) (PP)
0–226:19 – D. Svendsen (S. Nielsen, M. Nilsen)
0–333:42 – A. Klavestad (E. Lesund, J. Karterud) (PP)
35 minPenalties4 min
29Shots24
January 3, 2014
16:00
Norway 3–4
(1–2, 2–0, 0–2)
 GermanyMalmö Isstadion
Attendance: 463
Game reference
Joachim SvendsenGoaliesMarvin CupperReferees:
Finland Antti Boman
Switzerland Daniel Stricker
Linesmen:
United States Fraser McIntyre
Finland Joonas Saha
J. Karterud (L. Hoff, M. Søberg) – 03:321–0
1–105:35 – S. Ziegler (M. Kammerer, F. Wagner)
1–207:50 – L. Draisaitl (D. Kahun)
S. Nielsen (D. Svendsen, M. Nilsen) – 23:582–2
T-R. Johnsgård (J. H. Tönjum) (PP) – 34:483–2
3–346:25 – M. Eisenschmid (P. Klöpper)
3–447:41 – L. Draisaitl
12 minPenalties31 min
32Shots41
January 5, 2014
12:00
Germany 3–1
(1–0, 1–0, 1–1)
 NorwayMalmö Isstadion
Attendance: 157
Game reference
Marvin CupperGoaliesJoachim SvendsenReferees:
Slovakia Jozef Kubus
Sweden Marcus Linde
Linesmen:
Japan Kenji Kosaka
Finland Joonas Saha
F. Tiffels (L. Draisaitl) – 19:461–0
D. Kahun (L. Draisaitl, F. Tiffels) – 39:202–0
P. Klöpper (V. Filin, F. Wagner) – 43:433–0
3–154:25 – M. Fischer (A. Henriksen, S. Nielsen)
12 minPenalties10 min
26Shots35

Playoff round[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
         
1A  Canada 4
4B  Switzerland 1
1A  Canada 1
2B  Finland 5
2B  Finland 5
3A  Czech Republic 3
2B  Finland 3
1B  Sweden 2
1B  Sweden 6
4A  Slovakia 0
1B  Sweden 2 Bronze medal game
3B  Russia 1
2A  United States 3 1A  Canada 1
3B  Russia 5 3B  Russia 2

Quarterfinals[edit]

2 January 2014
12:00
United States 3–5
(3–2, 0–2, 0–1)
 RussiaMalmö Isstadion
Attendance: 1,876
Game reference
Jon GilliesGoaliesAndrei VasilevskiReferees:
Slovakia Jozef Kubus
Sweden Marcus Linde
Linesmen:
Sweden Henrik Pihlblad
Finland Joonas Saha
0–106:17 – M. Grigorenko (A. Slepyshev)
S. Matteau (J. Eichel, B. Skjei) – 08:501–1
1–209:11 – P. Buchnevich (A. Mironov)
R. Hartman (S. Matteau) – 11:232–2
N. Kerdiles (R. Barber) – 16:513–2
3–333:15 – N. Zadorov (A. Slepyshev) (PP2)
3–434:16 – N. Zadorov (A. Slepyshev) (PP2)
3–559:32 – P. Buchnevich (ENG)
12 minPenalties30 min
33Shots25
2 January 2014
14:30
Finland 5–3
(1–1, 1–2, 3–0)
 Czech RepublicMalmö Arena
Attendance: 4,085
Game reference
Juuse SarosGoaliesMarek LanghamerReferees:
Sweden Tobias Björk
Switzerland Marc Wiegand
Linesmen:
United States Fraser McIntyre
Switzerland Joris Müller
S. Mäenalanen (T. Teräväinen, E. Lindell) – 2:541–0
1–13:39 – D. Simon (M. Procházka, D. Pastrňák)
1–231:07 – M. Procházka (J. Vrána, D. Simon)
1–334:23 – R. Faksa (V. Tomeček, D. Volek)
J. Ikonen (R. Kulmala) – 38:052–3
H. Ikonen (M. Lehtonen) – 45:563–3
S. Kinnunen (R. Kulmala, J. Ikonen) – 51:394–3
S. Mäenalanen (T. Teräväinen) (ENG) – 59:455–3
4 minPenalties8 min
34Shots23
2 January 2014
17:00
Canada 4–1
(1–0, 1–1, 2–0)
 SwitzerlandMalmö Isstadion
Attendance: 2,580
Game reference
Zachary FucaleGoaliesMelvin NyffelerReferees:
Denmark Jacob Grumsen
Russia Evgeniy Romasko
Linesmen:
Slovakia Peter Šefčík
Czech Republic Rudolf Tosenovjan
G. Reinhart – 18:081–0
A. Mantha (PS) – 29:042–0
2–139:59 – N. Dünner (M. Müller, K. Fiala)
C. Lazar (G. Reinhart) – 44:113–1
D. Pouliot – 53:494–1
10 minPenalties6 min
23Shots20
2 January 2014
19:30
Sweden 6–0
(2–0, 2–0, 2–0)
 SlovakiaMalmö Arena
Attendance: 10,857
Game reference
Oscar DanskGoaliesRichard SabolReferees:
United States Timothy Mayer
Canada Devin Piccott
Linesmen:
Japan Kenji Kosaka
Germany Andreas Kowert
L. Wallmark (N. Sörensen, L. Arnesson) – 11:581–0
E. Lindholm (F. Forsberg, G. Olofsson) (PP1) – 18:392–0
F. Forsberg (A. Burakovsky, E. Lindholm) (PP1) – 21:103–0
L. Wallmark (N. Sörensen, F. Forsberg) – 33:214–0
F. Forsberg (E. Lindholm) – 53:585–0
J. de la Rose (E. Lindholm, A. Burakovsky) (PP1) – 55:196–0
18 minPenalties22 min
40Shots18

Semifinals[edit]

4 January 2014
15:00
Sweden 2–1
(1–0, 0–0, 1–1)
 RussiaMalmö Arena
Attendance: 11,725
Game reference
Oscar DanskGoaliesAndrei VasilevskiReferees:
Finland Antti Boman
Czech Republic Rene Hradil
Linesmen:
Canada Benoît Martineau
Switzerland Joris Müller
F. Forsberg (E. Lindholm) (PP1) – 19:111–0
O. Sundqvist (L. Arnesson, E. Karlsson) – 44:552–0
2–146:37 – D. Zhafyarov (A. Barabanov)
14 minPenalties10 min
21Shots27
4 January 2014
19:00
Canada 1–5
(0–0, 1–3, 0–2)
 FinlandMalmö Arena
Attendance: 11,544
Game reference
Zachary FucaleGoaliesJuuse SarosReferees:
United States Timothy Mayer
Switzerland Marc Wiegand
Linesmen:
Germany Andreas Kowert
Russia Eduard Metalnikov
0–124:19 – J. Nikko (J. Honka)
0–226:10 – A. Lehkonen (S. Mäenalanen, T. Teräväinen) (PP1)
J. Drouin (C. Lazar) – 31:241–2
1–335:36 – R. Ristolainen (M. Vainonen, H. Haapala)
1–456:48 – T. Teräväinen (PS)
1–559:11 – T. Teräväinen (S. Mäenalanen, V. Pokka) (ENG)
30 minPenalties10 min
24Shots23

Bronze medal game[edit]

5 January 2014
15:00
Canada 1–2
(0–2, 0–0, 1–0)
 RussiaMalmö Arena
Attendance: 10,713
Game reference
Zachary FucaleGoaliesAndrei VasilevskiReferees:
Sweden Tobias Björk
United States Timothy Mayer
Linesmen:
Sweden Henrik Pihlblad
Czech Republic Rudolf Tosenovjan
0–103:35 – M. Grigorenko (PP1)
0–214:38 – E. Gimatov (A. Mironov)
J. Morrissey (C. Hudon, A. Pelech) – 47:101–2
10 minPenalties10 min
31Shots32

Final[edit]

5 January 2014
19:00
Sweden 2–3 OT
(0–1, 1–1, 1–0)
(OT: 0–1)
 FinlandMalmö Arena
Attendance: 12,023
Game reference
Oscar DanskGoaliesJuuse SarosReferees:
Canada Steve Papp
Switzerland Daniel Stricker
Linesmen:
United States Fraser McIntyre
Slovakia Peter Šefčík
0–100:28 – E. Lindell (S. Mäenalanen, T. Teräväinen)
L. Wallmark (L. Bengtsson, C. Djoos) (PP1) – 27:531–1
1–228:38 – S. Mäenalanen (T. Teräväinen, A. Lehkonen)
C. Djoos (L. Wallmark, S. Collberg) (PP1) – 50:532–2
2–369:42 – R. Ristolainen (T. Teräväinen, M. Vainonen)
4 minPenalties12 min
37Shots31

Statistics[edit]

Scoring leaders[edit]

Pos Player Country GP G A Pts +/− PIM
1 Teuvo Teräväinen  Finland 7 2 13 15 +11 2
2 Filip Forsberg  Sweden 7 4 8 12 +3 2
3 Saku Mäenalanen  Finland 7 7 4 11 +9 0
4 Anthony Mantha  Canada 7 5 6 11 +6 0
5 Martin Réway  Slovakia 5 4 6 10 0 4
6 Dávid Gríger  Slovakia 5 3 7 10 +1 0
7 Jonathan Drouin  Canada 7 3 6 9 +5 24
8 Elias Lindholm  Sweden 6 2 7 9 −1 6
9 Mikhail Grigorenko  Russia 7 5 3 8 +6 0
10 Milan Kolena  Slovakia 5 4 4 8 −1 6

GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; +/− = Plus-minus; PIM = Penalties In Minutes
Source: IIHF.com

Goaltending leaders[edit]

(minimum 40% team's total ice time)

Pos Player Country TOI GA GAA Sv% SO
1 Juuse Saros  Finland 344:53 9 1.57 94.30 0
2 Andrei Vasilevski  Russia 327:50 10 1.83 93.33 0
3 Oscar Dansk  Sweden 369:42 11 1.79 92.86 1
4 Joachim Svendsen  Norway 318:01 16 3.02 91.53 1
5 Marek Langhamer  Czech Republic 243:47 12 2.95 90.62 0

TOI = Time on ice (minutes:seconds); GA = Goals against; GAA = Goals against average; Sv% = Save percentage; SO = Shutouts
Source: IIHF.com

Tournament awards[edit]

 2014 IIHF World Junior Championship Winners 
Flag of Finland.svg
Finland
3rd title

Reference: [1]

Most Valuable Player
All-star team
IIHF best player awards

Final standings[edit]

Team
1st place, gold medalist(s)  Finland
2nd place, silver medalist(s)  Sweden
3rd place, bronze medalist(s)  Russia
4th  Canada
5th  United States
6th  Czech Republic
7th  Switzerland
8th  Slovakia
9th  Germany
10th  Norway

Note that due to the lack of playoff games for determining the spots 5–8, these spots were determined by the regulation round records for each team.

Medalists[edit]

Gold: Silver: Bronze:
Finland Finland
#1 – Janne Juvonen
#4 – Mikko Lehtonen
#5 – Rasmus Ristolainen
#7 – Esa Lindell
#8 – Saku Mäenalanen
#9 – Julius Honka
#10 – Juuso Ikonen
#11 – Joni Nikko
#12 – Ville Pokka
#13 – Ville-Valtteri Leskinen
#14 – Topi Nättinen
#15 – Juuso Vainio
#18 – Saku Kinnunen
#19 – Mikko Vainonen
#20 – Teuvo Teräväinen
#21 – Aleksi Mustonen
#22 – Henri Ikonen
#25 – Henrik Haapala
#26 – Rasmus Kulmala
#28 – Artturi Lehkonen
#29 – Otto Rauhala
#30 – Ville Husso
#31 – Juuse Saros
Sweden Sweden
#1 – Marcus Högberg
#3 – Robin Norell
#4 – Christian Djoos
#5 – Andreas Johnson
#6 – Jesper Pettersson
#8 – Linus Arnesson
#9 – Jacob de la Rose
#10 – Alexander Wennberg
#13 – Gustav Olofsson
#14 – Robert Hägg
#15 – Sebastian Collberg
#16 – Filip Forsberg
#18 – André Burakovsky
#19 – Elias Lindholm
#20 – Lukas Bengtsson
#21 – Filip Sandberg
#23 – Nick Sörensen
#26 – Erik Karlsson
#27 – Anton Karlsson
#28 – Lucas Wallmark
#29 – Oskar Sundqvist
#30 – Jonas Johansson
#35 – Oscar Dansk
Russia Russia
#1 – Igor Ustinski
#4 – Ilya Lyubushkin
#5 – Alexei Bereglazov
#6 – Valeri Vasilyev
#7 – Kirill Maslov
#8 – Nikita Tryamkin
#9 – Anton Slepyshev
#10 – Bogdan Yakimov
#11 – Damir Zhafyarov
#12 – Ivan Barbashev
#14 – Nikolai Skladnichenko
#15 – Georgi Busarov
#16 – Nikita Zadorov
#17 – Eduard Gimatov
#18 – Vyacheslav Osnovin
#19 – Pavel Buchnevich
#20 – Ivan Nalimov
#21 – Alexander Barabanov
#22 – Andrei Mironov
#23 – Valentin Zykov
#25 – Mikhail Grigorenko
#27 – Vadim Khlopotov
#30 – Andrei Vasilevski

Source: 1 2 3

Division I[edit]

Division I A[edit]

The Division I A tournament was played in Sanok, Poland, from 15 to 21 December 2013.[8]

Team Pld W OTW OTL L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
 Denmark 5 5 0 0 0 20 10 +10 15 Promoted to the 2015 Top Division
 Latvia 5 4 0 0 1 23 7 +16 12
 Belarus 5 3 0 0 2 23 14 +9 9
 Austria 5 2 0 0 3 10 14 −4 6
 Slovenia 5 0 1 0 4 11 28 −17 2
 Poland 5 0 0 1 4 6 20 −14 1 Relegated to the 2015 Division I B

Division I B[edit]

The Division I B tournament was played in Dumfries, Great Britain, from 9 to 15 December 2013.[9]

Team Pld W OTW OTL L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
 Italy 5 3 2 0 0 20 14 +6 13 Promoted to the 2015 Division I A
 Kazakhstan 5 4 0 0 1 28 16 +12 12
 France 5 2 0 2 1 15 16 −1 8
 Ukraine 5 2 0 0 3 11 15 −4 6
 Japan 5 0 0 0 5 17 23 −6 0
 Great Britain (D) 5 1 1 1 2 13 20 −7 6 Relegated to the 2015 Division II A
Source:[citation needed]
(D) Disqualified

Team Great Britain was disqualified due to use of an ineligible player and was relegated to the 2015 Division II A.[10]

Division II[edit]

Division II A[edit]

The Division II A tournament was played in Miskolc, Hungary, from 15 to 21 December 2013.[11]

Team Pld W OTW OTL L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
 Hungary 5 5 0 0 0 34 7 +27 15 Promoted to the 2015 Division I B
 Lithuania 5 3 1 0 1 21 14 +7 11
 Netherlands 5 3 0 1 1 22 18 +4 10
 Estonia 5 2 0 0 3 11 19 −8 6
 Romania 5 1 0 0 4 8 20 −12 3
 Croatia 5 0 0 0 5 8 26 −18 0 Relegated to the 2015 Division II B

Division II B[edit]

The Division II B tournament was played in Jaca, Spain, from 11 to 17 January 2014.[12]

Team Pld W OTW OTL L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
 South Korea 5 5 0 0 0 41 12 +29 15 Promoted to the 2015 Division II A
 Spain 5 4 0 0 1 19 11 +8 12
 Serbia 5 3 0 0 2 15 15 0 9
 Australia 5 1 1 0 3 12 19 −7 5
 Iceland 5 1 0 1 3 20 17 +3 4
 China 5 0 0 0 5 9 40 −31 0 Relegated to the 2015 Division III

Division III[edit]

The Division III tournament was played in İzmir, Turkey, from 12 to 18 January 2014.[13]

Team Pld W OTW OTL L GF GA GD Pts Promotion
 Belgium 5 5 0 0 0 37 3 +34 15 Promoted to the 2015 Division II B
 New Zealand 5 4 0 0 1 29 6 +23 12
 Mexico 5 2 1 0 2 16 11 +5 8
 Turkey 5 2 0 1 2 10 24 −14 7
 South Africa 5 0 1 0 4 7 26 −19 2
 Bulgaria 5 0 0 1 4 4 33 −29 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ "World Junior 2013". worldjunior2013.com.[dead link]
  2. ^ Pålsson, Fredrik. "World Juniors 2014 to Malmö". EuroHockey.com. Retrieved 2 February 2012.
  3. ^ Merk, Martin (2014-01-05). "Malmö sets European records". IIHF. Retrieved 2014-01-05.
  4. ^ "Referee Assignments" (PDF). IIHF.com. Retrieved 25 December 2013.
  5. ^ "New format for U18, U20 Worlds". IIHF.com. 2012-05-29. Retrieved 2011-05-29.
  6. ^ "IIHF statutes and bylaws" (PDF). IIHF. Retrieved 2014-01-01.
  7. ^ "IIHF Eligibility". IIHF. Retrieved 2014-01-01.
  8. ^ "STATISTICS". webarchive.iihf.com.
  9. ^ "STATISTICS". webarchive.iihf.com.
  10. ^ "GB U20s relegated from division 1B". Archived from the original on April 30, 2014.
  11. ^ "STATISTICS". webarchive.iihf.com.
  12. ^ "STATISTICS". webarchive.iihf.com.
  13. ^ "STATISTICS". webarchive.iihf.com.

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