In a victory that made international headlines, Canada defeated Sweden 3-1 in the World Junior Championships final game, giving us the gold metal once again after a 2 year lapse.
Stakes were high after our loss to the U.S.A. on December 29th, which drew over 5 million Canadian viewers for the tournament’s historic first outdoor game. The defending champs ultimately lost to Sweden in the semi-finals, paving the way to a Canadian win. This year marks our 17th gold medal in the tournament since it began in 1974.
See below for a breakdown of the how the final game played out. Email email@example.com to get the full dashboard report – a TV Meter subscription is required.