2011 World U-17 Hockey Challenge

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2011 World U-17 Hockey Challenge
Tournament details
Host country  Canada
Dates December 29 - January 4
Teams 10
Venue(s) MTS Centre, MTS Iceplex, PCU Centre (in 2 host cities)

The 2011 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge was an ice hockey tournament held in Winnipeg and Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada between December 29, 2010 and January 4, 2011. The World Under-17 Hockey Challenge is held by Hockey Canada annually to showcase young hockey talent from across Canada and other strong hockey countries. The primary venues used for the tournament were the MTS Iceplex in Winnipeg and the PCU Centre in Portage La Prairie. The semi-final and medal games were played at the MTS Centre.[1] Team Ontario captured the gold medal with a 5-3 victory over Team USA in front of a record crowd of 12,060 at the MTS Centre on January 4. Team Pacific (British Columbia & Alberta) claimed the bronze medal.[2]

Challenge results[edit]

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team GP W L OTW OTL GF GA PTS
 United States 4 4 0 0 0 26 6 12
 Canada Quebec 4 3 1 0 0 22 15 9
 Canada Atlantic 4 2 2 0 0 15 26 6
 Finland 4 1 3 0 0 8 10 3
 Germany 4 0 4 0 0 7 19 0
Results[edit]
December 29, 2010  Canada Atlantic 3–9
 Canada Quebec PCU Centre, Portage La Prairie
Attendance: 502
December 29, 2010  Finland 2–5
 United States MTS Iceplex, Winnipeg
December 30, 2010  United States 4–1
 Germany PCU Centre, Portage La Prairie
Attendance: 487
December 30, 2010  Canada Quebec 6–4
 Finland PCU Centre, Portage La Prairie
Attendance: 712
December 31, 2010  Canada Quebec 5–3
 Germany MTS Iceplex, Winnipeg
December 31, 2010  Finland 3–4
 Canada Atlantic PCU Centre , Portage La Prairie
Attendance: 638
January 1, 2011  Canada Atlantic 1–12
 United States MTS Iceplex, Winnipeg
January 1, 2011  Germany 1–3
 Finland PCU Centre, Portage La Prairie
Attendance: 503
January 2, 2011  Germany 2–7
 Canada Atlantic PCU Centre, Portage La Prairie
Attendance: 466
January 2, 2011  United States 5–2
 Canada Quebec MTS Iceplex, Winnipeg

Group B[edit]

Team GP W L OTW OTL GF GA PTS
 Canada Ontario 4 4 0 0 0 20 6 12
 Canada Pacific 4 3 1 0 0 17 11 9
 Canada West 4 2 2 0 0 14 12 6
 Czech Republic 4 1 3 0 0 9 16 3
 Slovakia 4 0 4 0 0 5 20 0
Results[edit]
December 29, 2010  Czech Republic 1–7
 Canada Ontario PCU Centre, Portage La Prairie
Attendance: 689
December 29, 2010  Canada West 2–5
 Canada Pacific MTS Iceplex, Winnipeg
December 30, 2010  Canada Pacific 3–2
 Czech Republic MTS Iceplex, Winnipeg
December 30, 2010  Slovakia 0–5
 Canada Ontario MTS Iceplex, Winnipeg
December 31, 2010  Canada Pacific 7–3
 Slovakia PCU Centre, Portage La Prairie
Attendance: 421
December 31, 2010  Czech Republic 2–5
 Canada West MTS Iceplex , Winnipeg
January 1, 2011  Slovakia 1–4
 Czech Republic PCU Centre, Portage La Prairie
Attendance: 446
January 1, 2011  Canada Ontario 4–3
 Canada West MTS Iceplex, Winnipeg
January 2, 2011  Canada Ontario 4–2
 Canada Pacific PCU Centre, Portage La Prairie
Attendance: 1182
January 2, 2011  Canada West 4–1
 Slovakia MTS Iceplex, Winnipeg

Final round[edit]

Semifinals Final
           
A1  United States 6*
B2  Canada Pacific 5
SF1  United States 3
SF2  Canada Ontario 5
B1  Canada Ontario 2*
A2  Canada Quebec 1

* Decided in overtime.

Semifinals[edit]

January 3, 2011  Canada Pacific 5–6 (OT)
 United States MTS Centre, Winnipeg
January 3, 2011  Canada Quebec 1–2 (OT)
 Canada Ontario MTS Centre, Winnipeg

9th place game[edit]

January 3, 2011  Slovakia 5–8
 Germany PCU Centre, Portage La Prairie
Attendance: 394

7th place game[edit]

January 3, 2011  Czech Republic 4–5
 Finland MTS Iceplex, Winnipeg

5th place game[edit]

January 3, 2011  Canada West 1–2
 Canada Atlantic PCU Centre, Portage La Prairie
Attendance: 888

Bronze medal game[edit]

January 4, 2011  Canada Quebec 4–5 (OT)
 Canada Pacific MTS Centre, Winnipeg

Gold medal game[edit]

January 4, 2011  Canada Ontario 5–3
 United States MTS Centre, Winnipeg
Attendance: 12,060

Scoring leaders[edit]

Player Country GP G A Pts PIM
Matt Dumba  Canada Pacific 6 0 12 12 2
Charles Hudon  Canada Quebec 6 5 6 11 8
Henrik Samuelsson  United States 6 6 4 10 10
Hunter Shinkaruk  Canada Pacific 6 5 4 9 2
Andrew Ryan  Canada Atlantic 5 2 7 9 6
Jacob Trouba  United States 6 2 7 9 12
Nathan MacKinnon  Canada Atlantic 5 5 3 8 0
Miles Koules  United States 6 4 4 8 4
Troy Bourke  Canada Pacific 6 3 5 8 14
Michael Matheson  Canada Quebec 6 2 6 8 10

Goaltending leaders[edit]

(Minimum 60 minutes played)

Player Country MINS GA Sv% GAA SO
Andy Desautels  Canada West 60:00 1 .966 1.00 0
Daniel Altshuller  Canada Ontario 301:52 7 .947 1.39 2
Oskari Setänen  Finland 178:44 11 .910 3.69 1
Janne Juvonen  Finland 60:00 4 .907 4.00 0
Marek Lanhamer  Czech Republic 171:18 8 .900 2.80 0

Final standings[edit]

Team
1st  Canada Ontario
2nd  United States
3rd  Canada Pacific
4  Canada Quebec
5  Canada Atlantic
6  Canada West
7  Finland
8  Czech Republic
9  Germany
10  Slovakia

Tournament All-Star Team[edit]

See also[edit]

World U-17 Hockey Challenge

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2011 World Under-17 Challenge". Hockey Canada. Archived from the original on 16 December 2010. Retrieved 2010-12-29. 
  2. ^ "Ontario crowned U17 Challenge champions". Winnipeg Sun. Retrieved 2011-01-05. 

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