Canada vs Russia Live Stream, December 28, 2019
How to watch Russia vs. Canada in Canada
TV channel (Canada): TSN 1/4/5
Live stream: TSN Live
TV channel (U.S.): NHL Network
Russia vs. Canada: When is puck drop?
Date: Saturday, Dec. 28
Time: 1 p.m. ET
Russia outwitted the Canadians when the two nations met in the gathering phase of the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship. The Canadians lost a year ago’s matchup 2-1, giving Russia the top spot in the gathering and set Canada on a crash course with possible hero Finland.
This year, Canada not just searches for vengeance against one of its top opponents yet an opportunity to isolate itself from the pack as the main group in the gathering with two successes.
In spite of being pulled in their first game, the Russians bring one of the top youthful goaltenders in Yaroslav Askarov. Canada counters with top NHL possibilities Alex Lafreniere, Dylan Cozens and Quinton Byfield who will hope to explain Russia’s sprouting star in net.
WORLD JUNIORS: Canada’s finished game timetable, results
The matchup with Russia is the second of four gathering stage games Canada will play and the trouble level doesn’t decrease after a marquee matchup, and win, against the United States on Boxing Day.
Here’s the way to get the activity among Russia and Canada on Saturday:
Full timetable for the 2020 World Junior Championship
Taking part groups are each ensured four gathering stage games, with the individuals who advance to the last day of rivalry (bronze award and gold decoration games) playing seven all out challenges.