The traditional New Year's Eve game between the U.S. and Canada at the World Junior Championships tends to be emotional and entertaining.
This year's version was no different, and with the top spot in Group B up for grabs, there was plenty on the line for both teams, including Canada's unbeaten streak on New Year's Eve against the Americans at seven games.
And for Lightning fans, there was strong interest in the game with 2016 draft pick Connor Ingram getting the call in net for Canada.The United States went on to with the game 3-1 to take the top spot in Pool B and move on to the medal round,...
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