The World Juniors is the premier junior hockey event on the calendar. It brings the best U20 players from around the world to one location and sets the stage for future NHL stars to showcase their talents.
Fans in the United States and Canada have the ability to watch every game of the tournament. That’s right, whether the game involves one of the two North American teams or not, it will be available to view.
In the age of streaming, watching games on TV is no longer an option for some, but don’t worry. The Sporting News has any and all cord-cutters covered on how to stream the 2023 World Juniors.
Here is how to watch all of the games without cable.
2023 World Juniors live streams
- Canada: TSN.ca, TSN app
- United States: fuboTV, Sling TV, DirecTV Stream
Those without cable in Canada are still able to watch all 31 tournament games from TSN’s digital platforms. Viewers will be able to access highlights, goal-by-goal updates, live scores and stats for each tournament game, however, you do need to sign in with your TV provider.
All tournament games will be available to stream on NHL Network for cord-cutters in the United States. By signing up for fuboTV, Sling TV, or DirecTV Stream, U.S. viewers will have digital access to all tournament games.
How to watch World Juniors in Canada
- TV channels: TSN, RDS
As the official broadcast partner for Team Canada, TSN will be responsible for airing all tournament matchups, including quarterfinal, semifinal, and medal games. RDS will have the games for the French-speaking audience.
How to watch World Juniors in the USA
- TV channel: NHL Network
The NHL Network will be responsible for airing all tournament matchups in the United States.
2023 World Juniors schedule
Monday, Dec. 26
|Finland vs. Switzerland||FINAL||Switzerland 3, Finland 2 (OT)|
|Sweden vs. Austria||FINAL||Sweden 11, Austria 0|
|Latvia vs. USA||FINAL||USA 5, Latvia 2|
|Czechia vs. Canada||FINAL||Czechia 5, Canada 2|
Tuesday, Dec. 27
|Finland vs. Slovakia||FINAL||Finland 5, Slovakia 2|
|Germany vs. Sweden||FINAL||Sweden 1, Germany 0|
|Switzerland vs. Latvia||FINAL||Switzerland 3, Latvia 2 (SO)|
|Austria vs. Czechia||FINAL||Czechia 9, Austria 0|
Wednesday, Dec. 28
|Slovakia vs. USA||FINAL||Slovakia 6, USA 3|
|Canada vs. Germany||FINAL||Canada 11, Germany 2|
Thursday, Dec. 29
|Latvia vs. Finland||FINAL||Finland 3, Latvia 0|
|Sweden vs. Czechia||FINAL||Sweden 3, Czechia 2 (OT)|
|USA vs. Switzerland||FINAL||USA 5, Switzerland 1|
|Austria vs. Canada||FINAL||Canada 11, Austria 0|
Friday, Dec. 30
|Slovakia vs. Latvia||FINAL||Slovakia 3, Latvia 0|
|Germany vs. Austria||FINAL||Germany 4, Austria 2|
Saturday, Dec. 31
|Switzerland vs. Slovakia||FINAL||Switzerland 4, Slovakia 3 (SO)|
|Czechia vs. Germany||FINAL||Czechia 8, Germany 1|
|USA vs. Finland||FINAL||USA 6, Finland 2|
|Canada vs. Sweden||FINAL||Canada 5, Sweden 1|
Monday, Jan. 2
|Latvia vs. Austria (Relegation Series)||FINAL||Latvia 5, Austria 2|
|Finland vs. Sweden (Quarterfinal)||FINAL||Sweden 3, Finland 2|
|Czechia vs. Switzerland (Quarterfinal)||FINAL||Czechia 9, Switzerland 1|
|USA vs. Germany (Quarterfinal)||FINAL||USA 11, Germany 1|
|Canada vs. Slovakia (Quarterfinal)||FINAL||Canada 4, Slovakia 3 (OT)|
Wednesday, Jan. 4
|Latvia vs. Austria (Relegation Series)||FINAL||Latvia 4, Austria 2|
|Czechia vs. Sweden (Semifinal)||FINAL||Czechia 2, Sweden 1 (OT)|
|USA vs. Canada (Semifinal)||FINAL||Canada 6, USA 2|
Thursday, Jan. 5
|Sweden vs. USA (Bronze Medal Game)||2:30 p.m.||TSN/NHL Network|
|Czechia vs. Canada (Gold Medal Game)||6:30 p.m.||TSN/NHL Network|