2012 World Junior A Challenge

2012 World Junior A Challenge
Team USA celebrates their World Junior A Challenge win in Yarmouth. The team had a 6-3 win over Canada in the gold medal game. TINA COMEAU PHOTO
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Stephen Charchuk
- February 28, 2015
- 19 h 00

I bet a lot of money "changed" hands on this deal...... It may not be for profit, but someone sure made one.

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