After a dominant 11-2 victory over Team Austria on Tuesday, Connor Bedard and Team Canada are looking to let the good times roll as they take on Germany on Wednesday.
Bedard, 16, put on a show with four goals on Tuesday, tying Team Canada’s World Juniors single-game record while also becoming the youngest player in World Juniors history to score a natural hat trick. He is the second player in two games to record a hat trick for Team Canada, joining Owen Power, who had three goals in his debut against Czechia. Cole Perfetti is the Canadians’ scoring leader so far with six points to open their 2022 World Juniors run.
Germany, meanwhile, is coming off an impressive 2-1 overtime victory over the Czechs thanks to two goals from Alexander Blank. The Germans, who are 1-1 to open their WJC campaign, will be put to the test against the Canadians.
Here is a complete guide to watching Canada vs. Germany in the 2022 IIHF World Junior Championship, including the start time and TV channels for viewers in both the United States and Canada.
What channel is Canada vs. Germany on today?
- Canada: TSN 1/4
- United States: NHL Network
TSN has all of the World Juniors action in Canada. Gord Miller will provide the play-by-play commentary, with Ray Ferraro joining as an analyst for all of Canada’s Group A games.
In the United States, viewers can find the games on the NHL Network.
Canada vs. Germany start time
- Time: 7 p.m. ET | 4 p.m. PT
Canada vs. Germany starts at 7 p.m. ET from Rogers Place in Edmonton, Alberta, home of the Edmonton Oilers.
How to live stream World Juniors hockey games
Fans in Canada can stream all of the World Juniors games at TSN.ca or the TSN app. U.S. fans can stream the tournament on fuboTV (7-day free trial) or catch the action on NHL.tv or the NHL app.
Canada vs. Germany odds
- Canada: +8.0
- Germany: -8.0
Canada is an eight-goal betting favorite to defeat Germany on Wednesday, according to Sports Interaction.
Canada World Juniors schedule 2022
|Date||Opponent / result||TV info|
|Dec. 26||Canada 6, Czechia 3||—|
|Dec. 28||Canada 11, Austria 2||—|
|Dec. 29||Germany||7 p.m. ET (TSN, NHLN)|
|Dec. 31||Finland||7 p.m. ET (TSN, NHLN)|
|Jan. 2||Quarterfinals||TBD (TSN, NHLN)|
|Jan. 4||Semifinals||TBD (TSN, NHLN)|
|Jan. 5||Bronze/Gold||TBD (TSN, NHLN)|