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The World Junior A Challenge is an international junior event hosted by the Canadian Junior Hockey League and Hockey Canada. The two Canadian teams in the event are to be prospect teams for the CJHL in a similar fashion as the CJHL All-Star Game's two teams, but they play against international competition.

TeamsEdit

ChampionsEdit

Year Gold Silver Bronze MVP Host City
2006 Flag of Canada.svg Canada West Flag of Canada.svg Canada East Flag of Russia RussiaFlag of Canada.svg Kyle Turris Yorkton, Saskatchewan [1][2]
2007 Flag of Canada.svg Canada West Flag of Canada.svg Canada East Flag of the United States United States Flag of Canada Mike Connolly Trail, British Columbia [3][4]
2008 Flag of the United States United States Flag of Canada.svg Canada West Flag of Canada.svg Canada East Flag of the United States Mike Cichy Camrose, Alberta [5]
2009 Flag of the United States United States Flag of Canada.svg Canada West Flag of Russia Russia Flag of Canada Sean Bonar Summerside, Prince Edward Island [6]
2010 Flag of the United States United States Flag of Canada.svg Canada East Flag of Switzerland Switzerland Flag of the United States Scott Mayfield Penticton, British Columbia[7]
2011 Flag of Canada.svg Canada West Flag of Canada.svg Canada East Flag of the United States United States Flag of Canada Devin Shore Langley, British Columbia[8]
2012 Flag of the United States United States Flag of Canada.svg Canada West Flag of Switzerland Switzerland Flag of the United States Vincent Hinostroza Yarmouth, Nova Scotia[9]
2013 Flag of the United States United States of America Flag of Russia Russia Flag of Canada.svg Canada West Flag of the United States Nick Schmaltz Yarmouth, Nova Scotia[10]
2014 Flag of the United States United States of America Flag of Denmark Denmark Flag of Russia Russia Flag of Denmark Nikolaj Ehlers Kindersley, Saskatchewan
2015 Flag of Canada.svg Canada West Flag of Russia Russia Flag of the United States United States of America Flag of Canada.svg Tyson Jost Cobourg & Whitby, Ontario
2016 Flag of the United States United States of America Flag of Canada.svg Canada East Flag of Russia Russia Flag of Russia Andrei Svechnikov Bonnyville, Alberta
2017 Flag of Canada.svg Canada West Flag of the United States United States of America Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic Flag of Canada.svg Zach Rose Truro, Nova Scotia[11]
2018 Flag of the United States United States of America Flag of Russia Russia Flag of Canada.svg Canada West Flag of the United StatesBobby Brink Bonnyville, Alberta
2019 Flag of Russia Russia Flag of Canada.svg Canada East Flag of the United States United States of America Dawson Creek, British Columbia

ReferencesEdit

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  5. SIJHL.com - 2008 WJAC in CAMROSE, AB
  6. http://www.ojhl.pointstreaksites.com/view/ojhl/news-21/news_2662
  7. http://www.mjhlhockey.ca/news_item.aspx?news_id=1802
  8. http://www.thevanguard.ca/Sports/Hockey/2011-05-30/article-2545532/Yarmouth-picked-2012-host-for-world-challenge/1
  9. http://www.thevanguard.ca/Sports/Hockey/2011-05-30/article-2545532/Yarmouth-picked-2012-host-for-world-challenge/1
  10. http://thejuniorhockeynews.com/?p=10112
  11. Truro readies to host 2017 World Junior A Challenge
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