World Under-17 Hockey Challenge quarter-finals to begin today

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The field at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge will be cut in half by the time today’s slate of games have concluded. It’s quarter-final day and the four winning teams will advance to the semifinals tomorrow, while the losing teams will take part in placement games.

Games will begin at 2:30 with Canada red taking on Canada black in Fort St. John. The Dawson Creek afternoon tilt will feature the United States facing Sweden.

The evening contests will begin at 7 p.m. with Canada white and Finland being matched up against each other in Fort St. John. At the Encana Events Centre in Dawson Creek Russia will face off against the Czech Republic.

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