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IIHF World Championship 2024 points table today, schedule, date, time, results, teams, groups and live stream telecast

Here is all you need to know about the IIHF World Championship 2024 including the schedule, date, results, points table, live stream and more 

The 2024 International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) World Championship is all set to start this month and 16 countries will be fighting for the trophy. The IIHF was established in 1908, and the European Championships, which preceded the World Championships, were first staged in 1910. 

IIHF World Championship 2024 points table today, schedule, date, time, results, score, teams, groups and live stream telecast

There will be several NHL talents on exhibit at the tournament. Some of the best players from NHL teams that missed the playoffs will compete in a final event before summertime.

Macklin Celebrini, 17, is one of the stars of the IIHF World Championship in Prague and Ostrava, the home of the best in international ice hockey. There are several NHL All-Stars in this competition, including USA’s Brady Tkachuk, Johnny Gaudreau, and Seth Jones, as well as 18-year-old Connor Bedard.

It is anticipated that he will be taken first overall in next month’s NHL Draft. For the next two weeks, Czechia will have plenty of skill, even though many of the world’s finest players are preoccupied with the NHL playoffs.

Meanwhile, after winning back-to-back titles in 2015 and 2016, Canada is hoping to win the men’s world championship once again. They last did so in 2023, when the competition was held in Finland and Latvia. The country has grabbed four of the last eight world championships and has competed in seven of the last eight gold medal games in men’s hockey.

When and where will the IIHF World Championship be held?

The IIHF World Championship will kick start on May 10 and will run until May 26 hosted by Czechia. Check out the full schedule below (All time ET): 

May 10 

  • Switzerland 5, Norway 2
  • Germany 6, Slovakia 4
  • Czechia 1, Finland 0 (SO)
  • Sweden 5, USA 2

May 11

  • Canada 4, Great Britain 2
  • Kazakhstan 3, France 1
  • Denmark 5, Austria 1
  • Latvia 5, Poland 4 (OT)
  • Czechia 6, Norway 3
  • USA 6, Germany 1

 May 12 

  • Finland 8, Great Britain 0
  • Slovakia 6, Kazakhstan 2
  • Denmark vs. Canada (10:20 am)
  • Latvia vs. France (10:20 am)
  • Austria vs. Switzerland (2:20 p.m)
  • Sweden vs. Poland (2:20 p.m)

May 13

  • Norway VS. Finland (10:20 a.m.)
  • USA vs. Slovakia (10:20 a.m.)
  • Switzerland vs. Czechia (2:20 p.m.)
  • Germany vs. Sweden (2:20 p.m.)

May 14

  • Denmark vs. Norway (10:20 a.m.)
  • Kazakhstan vs. Latvia (10:20 a.m.)
  • Canada vs. Austria (2:20 p.m.)
  • Poland vs. France (2:20 p.m.)

 May 15

  • Czechia vs. Denmark (10:20 a.m.)
  • Germany vs. Latvia (10:20 a.m.)
  • Switzerland vs. Great Britain (2:20 p.m.)
  • Slovakia vs. Poland (2:20 p.m.)

 May 16

  • Finland vs. Austria (10:20 a.m.)
  • Kazakhstan vs. Sweden (10:20 a.m.)
  • USA vs. France (2:20 p.m)
  • Canada vs. Norway (2:20 p.m.)

 May 17

  • Germany vs. Kazakhstan (10:20 a.m.)
  • Denmark vs. Great Britain (10:20 a.m.)
  • Poland vs. USA (2:20 p.m.)
  • Austria vs. Czechia (2:20 p.m.)

 May 18

  • Denmark vs. Switzerland (6:20 a.m.)
  • Latvia vs. Sweden (6:20 a.m.)
  • Canada vs. Finland (10:20 a.m.)
  • Germany vs. Poland (10:20 a.m.)
  • Czechia vs. Great Britain (2:20 p.m.)
  • France vs. Slovakia (2:20 p.m.)

 May 19

  • Norway vs. Austria (10:20 a.m.)
  • USA vs. Kazakhstan (10:20 a.m.)
  • Switzerland vs. Canada (2:20 p.m.)
  • Slovakia vs. Latvia (2:20 p.m.)

 May 20

  • Great Britain vs. Norway (10:20 a.m)
  • Sweden vs. France (10:20 a.m.)
  • Finland vs. Denmark (2:20 p.m.)
  • Kazakhstan vs. Poland (2:20 p.m.)

May 21 

  • Austria vs. Great Britain (6:20 a.m.)
  • France vs. Germany (6:20 a.m.)
  • Canada vs. Czechia (10:20 a.m.)
  • Latvia vs. USA (10:20 a.m.)
  • Finland vs. Switzerland (2:20 p.m.)
  • Sweden vs. Slovakia (2:20 p.m.)

May 23 

  • Quarterfinal: TBD vs. TBD (10:20 a.m.)
  • Quarterfinal: TBD vs. TBD (10:20 a.m.)
  • Quarterfinal: TBD vs. TBD (2:20 p.m.)
  • Quarterfinal: TBD vs. TBD (2:20 p.m.)

May 25

  • Semifinal: TBD vs. TBD (8:20 a.m.)
  • Semifinal: TBD vs. TBD (12:20 p.m.)

May 26

  • Bronze-Medal Game: TBD vs. TBD (9:20 a.m.)
  • Gold-Medal Game: TBD vs. TBD (2:20 p.m.)

IIHF World Championship points table

Group A 

TeamGamesWinsOT WinsOT LossesLossesPoints
Czechia211005
Denmark110003
Switzerland110003
Canada110003
Finland100101
Great Britain100010
Austria100010
Norway200020

Group B

TeamGamesWinsOT WinsOT LossesLossesPoints
Sweden110003
Kazakhstan110003
USA210013
Germany230013
Latvia101002
Poland100101
Slovakia100010
France100010

IIHF World Championship live stream 

NHL Network will provide live telecast of the tournament in the USA while the live stream will be available on Fubo, ESPN+. Canadians can watch it on TSN, RDS and stream it on TSN.ca, TSN app. 

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