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  • initialism sports, ice hockey Initialism of International Ice Hockey Federation.

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  • The tournament officially known as the IIHF World Under-20 Championship has become a holiday season staple for Canadian hockey fans, and TSN drew a record 5.4 million viewers for last year's final.

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  • The tournament officially known as the IIHF World Under-20 Championship has become a holiday season staple for Canadian hockey fans, and TSN drew a record 5.4 million viewers for last year's final.

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  • D Mike Lundin was named to Team USA for the IIHF World Championships, which will take place in Germany starting May 7.

    Tampa Bay Lightning Team Report

  • The measure of success and failure at all IIHF events is razor thin.

    Q&A: USA Hockey executive Jim Johannson

  • D Victor Hedman, who was left off the Swedish roster for the Olympics, will represent his native country at the IIHF world championships starting May 7.

    Tampa Bay Lightning Team Report

  • The IIHF helped locate the stick and provided photographs to Crosby, who confirmed that it was the game stick.

    Crosby's missing Olympic gear found, is being returned

  • At virtually all IIHF championships, you need your goaltending to give your team the opportunity to win each night and at some point in the tournament, carry the team through a rough patch or pressure.

    Q&A: USA Hockey executive Jim Johannson

  • European Pressphoto Agency Czech hockey player Jan Marek, here lifting the trophy after beating Russia in the IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship final in Cologne, Germany, in May 2010, was among the victims of the crash.

    Russia's Tragic Hockey Losses

  • Said IIHF President Rene Fasel: I still have difficulties realizing that more than 76,000 fans will watch a world championship opener in our sport.

    76K: Hockey world championships opener will set attendance record

  • With the IIHF world championships set to start in Germany today, I asked George McPhee what he thought of his star players competing in this tournament, some only three months after participating in the Olympics.

    McPhee: The Alexes 'probably could have used the rest'

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