USA Wins Gold At 2013 WJC

On Saturday morning, the 2013 World Junior Championships came to a close with the United States defeating Sweden to win the gold medal, and Russia outlasting Canada for the bronze.

Here is a look at how the Blackhawks’ four prospects performed in the tournament:

teuvo teravainen

Teuvo Teräväinen, F, Finland
6  games, 5 goals, 6 assists, 11 points, +6
Teräväinen finished 4th overall in the tournament in points, tied for 3rd in goals and tied for 4th in assists. He was named Finland’s Player of the Game in their 5-4 victory over Switzerland on Dec. 30.

Mark McNeill, F, Canada
6 games, 0 points, -1
McNeill finished fourth overall in the tournament, winning 63.46% of his faceoffs (33/52).

Phillip Danault, F, Canada
6 games, 1 assist, 1 point, -2

Maxim Shalunov, F, Russia
6 games, 2 assists, 2 points, +2, 6 PIM

2 thoughts on “USA Wins Gold At 2013 WJC

  1. based on limited sample (World Jr.’s and Hawks Prospect Camp)… TT is the best Offensive player in system by far…

    I don’t know how he will hold up on boards or w/ some of the cheap shot guys in the NHL… but this guy has some serious skill!

    What are chances of Hawks bringing him in sooner than later?

  2. Teravainen will finish his season in Europe this year, wall. It’s possible he gets a call when their season ends (like Kruger did in 2011). There’s no question he’s an elite offensive player who will be A LOT of fun to watch in the not-too-distant future.

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