The IIHF World Juniors will be returning to Edmonton in August

It will be the first time since 1988 that all World Juniors games will be held at one venue with fans in attendance.

The World Juniors tournament will be coming back to Edmonton in August after cancelling the original dates last year.

10 of the best junior teams from around the world will be facing off, including Finland, America, and of course, Canada. While a few games were played in the winter, the organizers have decided that a complete reset was the best move this go around.

All games will be played at Rogers Place with usually two or three games per day during the preliminary round that will end on 15 August. The four quarter-final games will be played on 17 August with Canada playing the third quarter-final game at 17:00 if qualified.

With the release of the game schedule single-game tickets have been released and can be purchased for as low as $40 while packages remain available.

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