The NHL Network announces the broadcast schedule for the FIFA U-20 World Cup 2022

The NHL Network announced today that it will provide full coverage of the return of the 2022 IIHF World Junior Championships, as it continues to operate as an exclusive US television channel. Every World Junior Championships television game is broadcast live, with comprehensive analysis, highlights, interviews and previews of the tournament from Rogers Place in Edmonton, AB, Canada, broadcast within the main studio program NHL Tonight and via NHLNetwork on FacebookAnd the Instagram And the Twitter.

NHL Network’s EJ Hradek is scheduled to present a game-by-game in the USA along with long-time NCAA hockey analyst Dave Starman and reporter John Rosen, starting Tuesday, August 9 at 10 p.m. ET when the US team faces Germany. Straight from Rogers Place. NHL coverage and the game’s broadcast schedule begin earlier next Tuesday with the Slovakia vs Czech Republic live stream at 2pm ET, followed by a Finland-Latvia match at 6pm ET.

Jamison Coyle, EJ Hradek, and Dave Starman of the NHL Network will preview the return of the 2022 championship games and players to watch on NHL Tonight: 2022 World Junior Champions Preview on Monday, August 8 at 7 p.m. ET. Prior to the World Junior Championships, the NHL Network broadcast the following:
John Morosi has reported on the Toronto Maple Leafs and current University of Minnesota forward Matthew Kniss.;
The NHL Tonight staff discussed Team USA’s expectations;
Morosi touched on upcoming storylines for the Junior World Championships.

Wednesday, August 17th will bring a four-way quarterfinal header, including matches in prime time at 7PM ET and 10:30PM ET, before the semi-finals on Friday, August 19, and the bronze and gold medal games on Saturday, August 20 . A completed NHL Network live tournament schedule is available here and more details below.

The schedule for the 2022 IIHF World Junior Championships from the NHL Network:

Tuesday August 9
Slovakia vs Czech Republic, 2PM ET
Finland vs Latvia, 6pm ET
Germany vs USA, 10pm ET

Wednesday 10 August
Switzerland vs Sweden, 2pm ET
Canada vs. Latvia, 6 p.m. Eastern time
Austria vs Germany, 10pm ET

Thursday 11 August
Czech vs Finland, 2pm ET
Canada vs Slovakia, 6pm ET
USA v Switzerland, 10pm ET

Friday August 12
Sweden vs Austria, 2pm ET
Latvia vs Slovakia, 6pm ET

Saturday 13 August
USA vs. Austria, 2pm ET
Czech vs. Canada, 6 p.m. ET
Switzerland vs Germany, 10pm ET

Sunday. August 14
Slovakia vs Finland, 2PM ET
Latvia vs. Czech Republic, 6 p.m. ET
Sweden vs USA, 10pm ET

Monday 15 August
Austria vs Switzerland, 2pm ET
Finland vs Canada, 6pm ET
Germany vs Sweden, 10pm ET

Wednesday 17 August
Quarter-finals, 12pm ET
Quarter-finals, 3:30 p.m. ET
Quarter-finals, 7 p.m. ET
Quarter-finals, 10:30 p.m. ET

Friday 19 August
Semi-finals, 4pm ET
Semi-finals, 8pm ET

Saturday 20 August
Bronze Medal Game, 4pm ET
Gold Medal Game, 8pm ET

**All times are subject to change

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