2016 World Cup of Hockey - Schedule and Results

CAN Canada3006143
EUR Team Europe210476
CZE Czech Republic1113612
USA United States of America0300511
SWE Sweden201575
RUS Russia210485
NA Team North America2104118
FIN Finland030019
Saturday, September 17, 2016
United States of AmericaUSA 0Team EuropeEUR 3Final
Czech RepublicCZE 0CanadaCAN 6Final
Sunday, September 18, 2016
SwedenSWE 2RussiaRUS 1Final
Team North AmericaNA 4FinlandFIN 1Final
Monday, September 19, 2016
Team EuropeEUR 3Czech RepublicCZE 2Final/4th
RussiaRUS 4Team North AmericaNA 3Final
Tuesday, September 20, 2016
FinlandFIN 0SwedenSWE 2Final
CanadaCAN 4United States of AmericaUSA 2Final
Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Team North AmericaNA 4SwedenSWE 3Final/4th
Team EuropeEUR 1CanadaCAN 4Final
Thursday, September 22, 2016
FinlandFIN 0RussiaRUS 3Final
United States of AmericaUSA 3Czech RepublicCZE 4Final
Saturday, September 24, 2016
RussiaRUS 3CanadaCAN 5Final
Sunday, September 25, 2016
Team EuropeEUR 3SwedenSWE 2Final/4th
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Team EuropeEUR 1CanadaCAN 3Final
Thursday, September 29, 2016
CanadaCAN 2Team EuropeEUR 1Final


Craig Custance @CraigCustance

Penguins landing Brassard a blow to the Winnipeg Jets. The Jets made a real push to acquire him, would have been a nice fit there too.

Greg Wyshynski ESPN 

The U.S. Olympic women's hockey team's gold medal win over Canada has led to golden sales of Team USA merchandise. According to Fanatics, Team USA's official ecommerce partner, sales of U.S. Olympic hockey merchandise has spiked over 500 percent since their shootout win. More Team USA hockey merchandise was sold on Thursday than in the previous seven days combined. There have also been new products launched – shirts that read "ICE GOLD" in honor of their win. "We were well prepared for this surge with new gold medal products and a large Team USA hockey assortment, but as strong as hockey merchandise has been selling throughout the games, what we've seen the past 24 hours is better than any one-day spike throughout these Pyeongchang Games," said Jack Boyle, Fanatics co-president, direct-to-consumer business.