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The 1995 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships (1995 WJHC) was the 18th edition of the World Junior Ice Hockey Championships and was hosted in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada with games held throughout central Alberta. The host Canadians won their third straight gold medal, and its eighth overall, while Russia won silver, and Sweden the Bronze

Final standingsEdit

The 1995 tournament was a round-robin format, with the top three teams winning gold, silver and bronze medals respectively.

Rank Team GP W L T GF GA PTS
Gold medal iconFlag of Canada Canada 7700492214
Silver medal iconFlag of Russia Russia 7520362410
Bronze medal icon Flag of Sweden Sweden 742135219
4Flag of Finland Finland 733129267
5Flag of the United States United States of America 734028336
6Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic 734043266
7Flag of Germany Germany 716017552
8Flag of Ukraine Ukraine 716012422

No team was relegated to Pool B as the tournament expanded to ten teams for 1996.

ResultsEdit

December 26, 1994
Canada 7 – 1 Ukraine Red Deer
December 26, 1994
Sweden 10 – 2 Germany Leduc
December 26, 1994
Czech Republic 3 – 0 Finland Spruce Grove
December 26, 1994
United States 4 – 3 Russia Innisfail
December 27, 1994
Canada 9 – 1 Germany Red Deer
December 27, 1994
Russia 4 – 3 Czech Republic Stettler
December 27, 1994
Finland 6 – 2 Ukraine Rocky Mountain House
December 27, 1994
Sweden 4 – 2 United States Red Deer
December 29, 1994
Canada 6 – 3 United States Red Deer
December 29, 1994
Sweden 4 – 3 Czech Republic Red Deer
December 29, 1994
Russia 4 – 2 Ukraine Edmonton
December 29, 1994
Finland 7 – 1 Germany Wetaskiwin
December 30, 1994
Canada 7 – 5 Czech Republic Calgary
December 30, 1994
Sweden 7 – 1 Ukraine Sherwood Park
December 30, 1994
Russia 8 – 1 Germany Lacombe
December 30, 1994
Finland 7 – 5 United States Red Deer
January 1, 1995
Canada 6 – 4 Finland Edmonton
January 1, 1995
Russia 6 – 4 Sweden Calgary
January 1, 1995
Czech Republic 10 – 1 Ukraine Red Deer
January 1, 1995
United States 5 – 3 Germany Edmonton
January 2, 1995
Canada 8 – 5 Russia Red Deer
January 2, 1995
Finland 3 – 3 Sweden Calgary
January 2, 1995
Czech Republic 14 – 3 Germany Red Deer
January 2, 1995
Ukraine 3 – 2 United States Camrose
January 4, 1995
Canada 4 – 3 Sweden Red Deer
January 4, 1995
Russia 6 – 2 Finland Red Deer
January 4, 1995
Germany 6 – 2 Ukraine Stettler
January 4, 1995
United States 7 – 5 Czech Republic Ponoka

Leading scorersEdit

  GP G A Pts PIM
Flag of Canada Marty Murray 6915
Flag of Canada Jason Allison 31215
Flag of Canada Bryan McCabe 3912
Flag of Germany Alixander Serikow 2911

Tournament all-starsEdit


Preceded by
1994 World Juniors
World Junior Ice Hockey Championships

See also: 1995 World Championships
Succeeded by
1996 World Juniors
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