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Light: So the hockey junior world championships are broadcast via TV4 and C More – Sport



Juni Crowns are pursuing new coins in JVM.

It is now clear which matches such as TV4 and C More broadcast on Vancouver and Victoria, Canada championships.

– The hockey junior world championship has become a really strong sport TV tradition and is the climax of Christmas and New Year. At the same time, we invest heavily in North America with studios and several reporting teams and hopefully finish off with a JVM Finale in Sweden on TV4, "says Rickard Segeborn, TV4 and C More's program director.

It was a pretty silver junior VM the hockey last year, when Sweden fell to the finals Canada 3-1. Vancouver and Victoria, Canada from 26 December to 5 January, it is time Junior crowns to chase my medal.

TV4 and C Next the championship just like in the past years, together SVT. TV4 two Sweden will play four group matches against Slovakia and the United States. In addition, its quarter-finals quarter-finals and the Swedish final / bronze match on TV4.

The junior world championship is usually a real-life success, and last year's TV4 was linked to a million Swedes in the TV couch in Sweden's semi-finals USA.

"A wonderful and crazy season for everyone who loves hockey. Junior World Cup at night, SHL and Hockeyallsvenskan in the afternoon and in the evening. During this time we will fill our channels in the top hockey category Rickard Segeborn, Program Manager for TV4 and C More.

Lena Sundqvist and Björn Oldeen you will share the program leader and the commentary task and find it on the expert site Niklas Wikegård and Sanny Lindström. Frida Nordstrand journalist.

Matches from the championship can be broadcast via cmore.se.

You then sent the JVM 2018/2019:

Wednesday, 26 December
22.00 Czech Republic – Switzerland (not supplied)

00.00 * USA – Slovakia (TV4 and C More)

02.00 * Canada – Denmark (not supplied)

04.00 * Finland – Sweden (SVT)

Thursday, December 27
22.00 Russia – Denmark (TV12 and C More)

00.00 * Slovakia – Sweden (TV4 and C More)

02.00 * Switzerland – Canada (SVT)

04.30 * Finland – Kazakhstan (not supplied)

Friday 28 December
02.00 * Czech Republic – Russia (TV4 and C More)

03.30 * Kazakhstan – USA (not supplied)

Saturday, 29 December
22.00 Denmark – Switzerland (not supplied)

00.30 * Slovakia – Finland (SVT)

02.00 * Canada – Czech Republic (TV4 and C More)

04.00 * Sweden – USA (TV4 and C More)

Sunday, December 30
02.00 * Switzerland – Russia (not supplied)

04.30 * Kazakhstan – Slovakia (not supplied)

Monday, December 31,
22.00 Denmark – Czech Republic (not supplied)

00.00 * Sweden – Kazakhstan (SVT)

02.00 * Russia – Canada (TV4 and C More)

04.30 * USA – Finland (SVT)

January 2, Wednesday
22.00 Quarterfinale 1 (SVT or TV4, TV4 broadcast in the quarterfinals of Sweden)

00.30 * Quarterfinals 2nd (SVT or TV4)

02:00 * Quarterfinals 3 (SVT or TV4)

04.30 * Quarterfinale 4 (SVT or TV4)

Friday, January 4
22.00 1st semifinals (SVT or TV4, SVT sends Sweden's possible semi-finals)

02:00 * 2nd semifinals (SVT or TV4)

Saturday, January 5th
22.00 Bronze Match (TV4 sends the bronze match if Sweden plays)

02:00 * Final (TV4 will send the final if Sweden is playing)

* Note that table tops are in between 5 and 5 hours.


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