World Junior Championship Preview: Hard Work Could Pay off for United States

The 2001 age group is considered by many to be one of the best in recent American junior hockey history. With this acting as a cumulation effort for that group at the U-20 level, the Americans sure look primed to contend for gold.
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The 2001 age group is considered by many to be one of the best in recent American junior hockey history. With this acting as a cumulation effort for that group at the U-20 level, the Americans sure look primed to contend for gold.

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