Fans at the World Junior Hockey Championship

The Canadian Press
Canadian fans show their colours at the Canada-Czech Republic IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship game

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Team Canada can always count on strong fan support at the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship, no matter where on the globe it's taking place. Here's a look at how Canadian (and Swedish) fans are standing up for their teams thus far.

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