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May 24

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This year’s tournament originally was scheduled to be co-hosted by Belarus (Minsk) and Latvia, but the International Ice Hockey Federation moved it in February because of political unrest and the COVID-19 pandemic.

Follow the action at the 2021 IIHF World Championship at The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Ice hockey Resort. Find championship information including news, scoring.
Event Name: IIHF World Championship 2021
Date Time: May 21 – 06 June
TV Stream WATCH FREE LIVE

From the TSN studio, Rod Black shares hosting duties with Laura Diakun, alongside analysts Dave Reid and making his TSN debut, former Ottawa Senators defenceman Marc Methot. Ray Ferraro joins remotely for select games, including all Canada and USA games.

Broadcasting in accordance with local government COVID-19 protocols, play-by-play commentator Gord Miller and analyst Mike Johnson deliver the call live from Riga for all games in Group B, including Team Canada and medal-round games. TSN’s Dennis Beyak and analyst Dave Tomlinson bring viewers the call for all games in Group A. Reporters Lindsay

2021 IIHF World Championship expert picks, predictions

Normally a way for NHLers who don’t make the postseason to continue plying their trade, the 2021 tournament is jam-packed with youngsters aiming to prove their NHL worth, including a number of prospects set to be drafted in July. Among the group of first-round hopefuls are the United States’ Matty Beniers (who won gold at the 2021 juniors) and Canada’s Owen Power. There are also recent top draft picks such as Canada’s Cole Perfetti (Jets) and Braden Schneider (Rangers).
Full schedule for the 2021 Men’s IIHF World Championship

Participating teams are each guaranteed seven group-stage games. Teams that advance to the final day of competition (bronze-medal or gold-medal game) will play 10 contests total.

(All times Eastern)
FRIDAY, MAY 21
Russia vs. Czech Republic 9:15 a.m. TSN1, NHLN
Germany vs. Italy 9:15 a.m. TSN2
Belarus vs. Slovakia 1:15 p.m. TSN.ca/TSN App
Canada vs. Latvia 1:15 p.m. TSN1/3, NHLN

SATURDAY, MAY 22
Denmark vs. Sweden 5:15 a.m. TSN1, NHLN
Norway vs. Germany 5:15 a.m. TSN3
Great Britain vs. Russia 9:15 a.m. TSN1
Finland vs. USA 9:15 a.m. TSN3, NHLN
Czech Republic vs. Switzerland 1:15 p.m. TSN1, NHLN
Latvia vs. Kazakhstan 1:15 p.m. TSN3

SUNDAY, MAY 23
Great Britain vs. Slovakia 5:15 a.m. TSN4, NHLN
Norway vs. Italy 5:15 a.m. TSN1
Sweden vs. Belarus 9:15 a.m. TSN2
Kazakhstan vs. Finland 9:15 a.m. TSN1, NHLN
Denmark vs. Switzerland 1:15 p.m. TSN2
Canada vs. USA 1:15 p.m. TSN1/3, NHLN

MONDAY, MAY 24
Slovakia vs. Russia 9:15 a.m. TSN1/4
Latvia vs. Italy 9:15 a.m. TSN3
Czech Republic vs. Belarus 1:15 p.m. TSN2
Germany vs. Canada 1:15 p.m. TSN1/3/4

TUESDAY, MAY 25
Great Britain vs. Denmark 9:15 a.m. TSN3
USA vs. Kazakhstan 9:15 a.m. TSN1/4, NHLN
Switzerland vs. Sweden 1:15 p.m. TSN1/4
Finland vs. Norway 1:15 p.m. TSN3

WEDNESDAY, MAY 26
Russia vs. Denmark 9:15 a.m. TSN1/4
Kazakhstan vs. Germany 9:15 a.m. TSN3
Belarus vs. Great Britain 1:15 p.m. TSN2
Canada vs. Norway 1:15 p.m. TSN1/3/4

THURSDAY, MAY 27
Switzerland vs. Slovakia 9:15 a.m. TSN1
USA vs. Latvia 9:15 a.m. TSN4, NHLN
Sweden vs. Czech Republic 1:15 p.m. TSN1/4
Finland vs. Italy 1:15 p.m. TSN3

FRIDAY, MAY 28
Sweden vs. Great Britain 9:15 a.m. TSN1/4
Kazakhstan vs. Canada 9:15 a.m. TSN3
Denmark vs. Belarus 1:15 p.m. TSN1
Latvia vs. Norway 1:15 a.m. TSN3

SATURDAY, MAY 29
Czech Republic vs. Great Britain 5:15 a.m. TSN1/4
Italy vs. Kazakhstan 5:15 a.m. TSN3
Switzerland vs. Russia 9:15 a.m. TSN1/4
Norway vs. USA 9:15 a.m. TSN3, NHLN
Slovakia vs. Denmark 1:15 p.m. TSN1
Germany vs. Finland 1:15 p.m. TSN3

SUNDAY, MAY 30
Belarus vs. Switzerland 9:15 a.m. TSN.ca/TSN App
Italy vs. Canada 9:15 a.m. TSN1/4
Sweden vs. Slovakia 1:15 p.m. TSN1
Finland vs. Latvia 1:15 p.m. TSN3

MONDAY, MAY 31
Czech Republic vs. Denmark 9:15 a.m. TSN1
USA vs. Germany 9:15 a.m. TSN4, NHLN
Russia vs. Sweden 1:15 p.m. TSN4
Norway vs. Kazakhstan 1:15 p.m. TSN5

TUESDAY, JUNE 1
Switzerland vs. Great Britain 5:15 a.m. TSN2
Canada vs. Finland 5:15 a.m. TSN1/4
Slovakia vs. Czech Republic 9:15 a.m. TSN1
Italy vs. USA 9:15 a.m. TSN4, NHLN
Russia vs. Belarus 1:15 p.m. TSN1
Germany vs. Latvia 1:15 p.m. TSN4

THURSDAY, JUNE 3
Quarterfinal 9:15 a.m. TSN3
Quarterfinal 9:15 a.m. TSN4
Quarterfinal 1:15 p.m. TSN3
Quarterfinal 1:15 p.m. TSN4

SATURDAY, JUNE 5
Semifinal 7:15 a.m. TSN1/5
Semifinal 11:15 a.m. TSN1/5

SUNDAY, JUNE 6
Bronze medal 8:15 a.m. TSN4/5
Gold medal 1:15 p.m. TSN4/5

TV simulcast live stream: 2-7 p.m. on CBSSports.com, CBS Sports App, Paramount Russell Wilson Net Worth 2021*

Sleeper — Charley Hoffman (150-1): Since missing the cut at the Phoenix Open, Hoffman has been on an absolute tear. He has six top-20 finishes in his last eight starts, including a T17 at The Players and a near-win at the Texas Open the week before the Masters. He’s been absolutely flushing it, which is his M.O., and if he can somehow keep it up for just one more week, I think he could get in the mix on the weekend, which is all you’re looking for from somebody who’s 150-1.
2021 IIHF World Championship predictions, favorites: Ranking the top of the field from 1-21 at Kiawah Island

Sixteen teams divided into two groups will compete in the preliminary round. Each team will play the other seven teams in their group over the course of the first 12 days of the competition ending on June 1.

The top four teams in each group after the prelims will advance to the quarterfinals on June 3. After the semifinals on June 5, the bronze-medal and gold-medal games will take place on Sunday, June 6.

The 2021 edition will be held in Riga, Latvia, at two rinks: the Arena Riga and the Olympic Sports Centre. It has been 15 years since Riga hosted the tournament; Sweden won the gold there in 2006.

This year’s tournament originally was scheduled to be co-hosted by Belarus (Minsk) and Latvia, but the International Ice Hockey Federation moved it in February because of political unrest and the COVID-19 pandemic.
What channel is the 2021 Men’s World Championship being aired on?

TV channel (U.S.): NHL Network
Live steam (Canada): FuboTV, Sling TV
TV channel (Canada): TSN
Live stream (Canada): TSN.ca

Winner — Bryson DeChambeau (16-1): Last year, I figured that the IIHF World Championship at TPC Harding Park was the major most set up for the Big Ice hockeyer to dominate and the U.S. Open at Winged Foot would be a challenge for his style. Of course, I was wrong about the latter, as DeChambeau not only won but cruised with a final round 67 on a Sunday where no one else shot better than 70 to win by six strokes.

He’s got a win this season at the Arnold Palmer Invitational and top-10 finishes against stellar fields at The Players and the Wells Fargo Championship. The form is good, and he’s a smart pick to win any IIHF World Championship but especially one that will require excellence off the tee.

Top 10 lock — Rory McIlroy: Too easy. The narratives this week are going to power a sentimental push for Rory to win, snapping his major drought at a course that featured one of his most dominant wins, but the most likely outcome is finishing on the first page of the leaderboard.

Surprise prediction: Five of the last six major champions have been first-time major winners with Johnson’s Masters win in November 2020 as the only exception.

Lowest round: 65 (-7)

Winning score: 278 (-10)

Winner’s Sunday score: 69 (-3)

Winner — Xander Schauffele (22-1): The IIHF World Championship has been conquered by a first-time major winner four times since 2015, most recently with Collin Morikawa last year.
Final Words:

USA Hockey is aiming for its third gold medal (1933 and 1960) while Hockey Canada is going for gold medal No. 26 and its first since 2016. If Canada does snag the gold, then it will tie Russia/the Soviet Union for the most in tournament history.

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