The World Juniors is the premier junior hockey event on the calendar. It brings the best U20 players from around the world to one location and sets the stage for future NHL stars to showcase their talents.
Fans in the United States and Canada have the ability to watch every game of the tournament. That’s right, whether the game involves one of the two North American teams or not, it will be available to view.
What time does the gold medal game on?
Who: Canada vs Czechia Live
Start Time: 6:30 PM EST
TV In Canada: TSN (English,) RDS (French)
In the United States: NHL Network
Live stream: MyHockeyPass (Worldwide)
How to watch 2023 IIHF World Junior Championship: Canada vs. Czechia gold medal game
The USA and Canada have long dominated the hockey scene. So, it’s quite sensible that their fans get the best of the services. In the USA, the NHL, which has been the home to ice hockey will be streaming all the events live. The natives can also watch the event on the digital streaming service, MyHockeyPass
You can stream any game from anywhere via MyHockeyPass, Hockeypass is an OTT platform and the service comes with a special deal for the World Juniors 2023, viewers can watch the complete tournament games.
Canada Hockey vs Czechia final in 2023 World Juniors
A few minutes later, Canada had a power play opportunity to score, but were unsuccessful, which ultimately cost them. Charlie Stramel’s shot was blocked at 10:30, but Kenny Connors was waiting for the rebound and he buried it to the right of the Canadian goal with no hesitation.
Canada would finally reduce the deficit in half, and Connor Bedard would have to make it happen. Bedard scored the 2-1 goal to give Canada some hope after Ethan Del Mastro found the 2023 draft prospect close to the goal.
With a chip on their shoulder going into the second, the Canadians capitalized on it. Logan Stankoven tied it 2-2 only 47 seconds into the period by getting the final touch on the puck close to the goal. When Adam Fantilli, a 2023 draft prospect, slammed the puck past the goal line from close range at 25:46, Canada took its first lead of the game.