The Switzerland vs USA will meet in World Junior 2022 Hockey game action. The Game will play at 4:30 PM ET, broadcast on TSN Networks from Rogers Place, Edmonton. All the games will be played at WP Centrium in Red Deer, Alberta. World Junior Championship games are only available on MyHockeyPass in the United States and anywhere.
World Junior Switzerland vs USA Hockey viewing Information
- What: Switzerland vs USA
- When: December 29, 2021, @ 4:30 PM ET
- Where: Rogers Place – Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
- TV Broadcast: TSN
- Live Stream anywhere: MyHockeyPass
Switzerland vs USA Hockey game Preview
Switzerland played Russia a lot closer than many would have expected, especially after not even getting a pre-tournament game. A 4-2 loss is as good as could have been expected. Against the Americans, they will be in tough. The United States held on to beat Slovakia 3-2 on Sunday after opening up a 3-0 lead.
The format for the 2022 World Junior Championship consists of two groups of five teams playing a preliminary round-robin to determine seeding, followed by a single-elimination tournament.
Switzerland vs USA Hockey Live Streams From anywhere
Tuesday’s match between USA vs Switzerland live stream in the 2022 IIHF World Juniors Championships will be broadcast on TSN in Canada. Depending on where you are, the Canadian broadcast may not be accessible. In this case, we recommend you check out MyHockeyPass
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IIHF World Juniors Switzerland Team Roster
The forward group will most likely be captained by Joel Henry, who will make his World Juniors debut. He currently plays for GC Kusnacht Lions in the Swiss League and is capable of being an offensive leader, scoring 14 points in 19 games.
Goaltenders: Loic Galley, Kevin Pasche, Noah Patenaude
Defencemen: Lian Bichsel, Giancarlo Chanton, Noah Delémont, Vincent Despont, Noah Meier, Arno Nussbaumer, Dario Sidler, Maximillian Streule, Brain Zanetti
Forwards: Dario Allenspach, Nicolas Baechler, Attilio Biasca, Lorenzo Cannonica, Christophe Cavalleri, Keanu Derungs, Joshua Fahrni, Ray Fust, Lilian Garessus, Marlon Graf, Joel Henry, Valentin Hofer, Simon Knak, Fabian Ritzmann, Louis Robin
IIHF World Juniors USA Team Roster
Two players here were not first or second-round draft picks in the last two years. According to Coach Leaman, the plan is the three major returns will each have their own pairings this year. Meaning that a Hughes and either Faber or Jake Sanderson pairing is close to assured.
Goaltenders: Drew Commesso, Kaidan Mbereko, Dylan Silverstein
Defensemen: Brock Faber, Luke Hughes, Wyatt Kaiser, Tyler Kleven, Ian Moore, Scott Morrow, Jack Peart, Jake Sanderson
Forwards: Matthew Beniers, Brett Berard, Logan Cooley, Matt Coronato, Tanner Dickinson, Dominic James, Matt Knies, Chaz Lucius, Carter Mazur, Mackie Samoskevich, Red Savage, Landon Slaggert, Ty Smilanic