The 2021 IIHF World Championship is back for 2021 in Riga, Latvia, and the Norway vs Kazakhstan is set to run at the Arena Riga, Group B on Monday, May 31st. The match starts at 1:15 pm ET and will broadcast on NHL Network, TSN.
Here’s what you need to know to tune in:
- What: Norway vs Kazakhstan Hockey
- When: Monday, May 31, 2021
- Where: Arena Riga
- Time: 1:15 pm ET
- TV: NHL Network, TSN
- Live Stream: Watch here (Free trial)
How to watch Norway vs Kazakhstan hockey without cable
In the United States, every American game, along with select games of other countries, will be shown on NHL Network. NHL Network can be streamed on fuboTV and Sling TV. In Canada, TSN will air every game of the 2021 tournament with select games also appearing exclusively on TSN.ca or the TSN App.
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Which teams are in the 2021 Men’s World Championship?
Sixteen teams, divided into two groups of eight, are participating.
|Group A||Group B|
|Czech Republic||United States|
Why is Russia listed as ‘ROC’?
The World Anti-Doping Agency banned Russia from international competition for four years last December. The ban includes Olympic Games and world championships and Russia’s flag or name cannot be used. Athletes, however, are not banned from competing but can only do so under a neutral flag.
ROC stands for Russian Olympic Committee, and instead of the national anthem being played, Pyotr Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1 will be played.
2021 Men’s World Championship standings
|5. Czech Republic||3||2||0||8|
|7. Great Britain||1||4||1||4|
Wins in regulation = 3 points
Overtime win = 2 points
Overtime loss = 1 point
Full schedule for the 2021 Men’s World Championship
Participating teams are each guaranteed seven group-stage games. Teams that advance to the final day of competition (bronze-medal or gold-medal game) will play 10 contests total.
(All times Eastern)
|FRIDAY, MAY 21|
|ROC 4, Czech Republic 3||9:15 a.m.||TSN1, NHLN|
|Germany 9, Italy 4||9:15 a.m.||TSN2|
|Belarus 2, Slovakia 5||1:15 p.m.||TSN.ca/TSN App|
|Canada 0, Latvia 2||1:15 p.m.||TSN1/3, NHLN|
|SATURDAY, MAY 22|
|Denmark 4, Sweden 3||5:15 a.m.||TSN1, NHLN|
|Norway 1, Germany 5||5:15 a.m.||TSN3|
|Great Britain 1, ROC 7||9:15 a.m.||TSN1|
|Finland 2, USA 1||9:15 a.m.||TSN3, NHLN|
|Czech Republic 2, Switzerland 5||1:15 p.m.||TSN1, NHLN|
|Latvia 2, Kazakhstan 3 (SO)||1:15 p.m.||TSN3|
|SUNDAY, MAY 23|
|Great Britain 1, Slovakia 2||5:15 a.m.||TSN4, NHLN|
|Norway 4, Italy 1||5:15 a.m.||TSN1|
|Sweden 0, Belarus 1||9:15 a.m.||TSN2|
|Kazakhstan 2, Finland 1 (SO)||9:15 a.m.||TSN1, NHLN|
|Denmark 0, Switzerland 1||1:15 p.m.||TSN2|
|Canada 1, USA 5||1:15 p.m.||TSN1/3, NHLN|
|MONDAY, MAY 24|
|Slovakia 3, ROC 1||9:15 a.m.||TSN1/4|
|Latvia 3, Italy 0||9:15 a.m.||TSN3|
|Czech Republic 3, Belarus 2 (OT)||1:15 p.m.||TSN2|
|Germany 3, Canada 1||1:15 p.m.||TSN1/3/4|
|TUESDAY, MAY 25|
|Great Britain 2, Denmark 3 (OT)||9:15 a.m.||TSN3|
|USA 3, Kazakhstan 0||9:15 a.m.||TSN1/4, NHLN|
|Switzerland 0, Sweden 7||1:15 p.m.||TSN1/4|
|Finland 5, Norway 2||1:15 p.m.||TSN3|
|WEDNESDAY, MAY 26|
|ROC 3, Denmark 0||9:15 a.m.||TSN1/4|
|Kazakhstan 3, Germany 2||9:15 a.m.||TSN3|
|Belarus 3, Great Britain 4||1:15 p.m.||TSN2|
|Canada 4, Norway 2||1:15 p.m.||TSN1/3/4|
|THURSDAY, MAY 27|
|Switzerland 8, Slovakia 1||9:15 a.m.||TSN1|
|USA 4, Latvia 2||9:15 a.m.||TSN4, NHLN|
|Sweden 2, Czech Republic 4||1:15 p.m.||TSN1/4|
|Finland 3, Italy 0||1:15 p.m.||TSN3|
|FRIDAY, MAY 28|
|Sweden 4, Great Britain 1||9:15 a.m.||TSN1/4|
|Kazakhstan 2, Canada 4||9:15 a.m.||TSN3|
|Denmark 5, Belarus 2||1:15 p.m.||TSN1|
|Latvia 3, Norway 4 (SO)||1:15 a.m.||TSN3|
|SATURDAY, MAY 29|
|Czech Republic 6, Great Britain 1||5:15 a.m.||TSN1/4|
|Italy 3, Kazakhstan 11||5:15 a.m.||TSN3|
|Switzerland 1, ROC 4||9:15 a.m.||TSN1/4|
|Norway 1, USA 2||9:15 a.m.||TSN3, NHLN|
|Slovakia 2, Denmark 0||1:15 p.m.||TSN1|
|Germany 1, Finland 2||1:15 p.m.||TSN3|
|SUNDAY, MAY 30|
|Belarus 0, Switzerland 6||9:15 a.m.||TSN.ca/TSN App|
|Italy 1, Canada 7||9:15 a.m.||TSN1/4|
|Sweden 3, Slovakia 1||1:15 p.m.||TSN1|
|Finland 3, Latvia 2 (OT)1||1:15 p.m.||TSN3|
|MONDAY, MAY 31|
|Czech Republic vs. Denmark||9:15 a.m.||TSN1|
|USA vs. Germany||9:15 a.m.||TSN4, NHLN|
|ROC vs. Sweden||1:15 p.m.||TSN4|
|Norway vs. Kazakhstan||1:15 p.m.||TSN5|
|TUESDAY, JUNE 1|
|Switzerland vs. Great Britain||5:15 a.m.||TSN2|
|Canada vs. Finland||5:15 a.m.||TSN1/4|
|Slovakia vs. Czech Republic||9:15 a.m.||TSN1|
|Italy vs. USA||9:15 a.m.||TSN4, NHLN|
|ROC vs. Belarus||1:15 p.m.||TSN1|
|Germany vs. Latvia||1:15 p.m.||TSN4|
|THURSDAY, JUNE 3|
|SATURDAY, JUNE 5|
|SUNDAY, JUNE 6|
|Bronze medal||8:15 a.m.||TSN4/5|
|Gold medal||1:15 p.m.||TSN4/5|
Who won the 2020 Men’s World Championship?
The 2020 tournament was canceled because of COVID-19.
Finland won the 2019 edition, defeating Canada 3-1 in the gold-medal game in Slovakia. Notable names from Canada’s roster included Shea Theodore, Mark Stone, Anthony Cirelli, Darnell Nurse and Jonathan Marchessault. The final game saw the Senators’ Matt Murray and the Blackhawks’ Kevin Lankinen between the pipes. An undrafted Kaapo Kakko was on Finland’s championship team.
Who has won the IIHF Men’s World Championship the last 10 years?
Which countries have won the most medals at the IIHF Men’s World Championship?
* Includes Soviet Union
^ Includes Czechoslovakia