World Juniors 2019
Blackhawks’ Henri Jokiharju recorded an assist on the game-winning goal.
The Chicago prospect led the tournament with six goals and 28 shots on goal.
The Chicago defenseman also compared his Finnish teammate to Auston Matthews.
Blackhawks prospects Henri Jokiharju (Finland) and Philipp Kurashev (Switzerland) each scored a power play goal.
The Chicago prospect tallies his tournament-leading sixth goal.
The defenseman tallies his second goal of the tournament.
The Americans are guaranteed a medal for the fourth straight year.
Three Blackhawks players will be in action.
Evan Barratt, Henri Jokiharju and Philipp Kurashev are moving on.
The 2017 second-rounder tallies his first goal of the tournament.
Seven Blackhawks players will play in the quarterfinals.
Philipp Kurashev leads Chicago’s group in scoring with six points.
Blackhawks prospect Philipp Kurashev and Switzerland play Russia.
Switzerland’s Philipp Kurashev scored a hat trick.
The Blackhawks first-rounder tallies his first goal of the tournament.
It’s the third goal in as many games for the winger.
The 2017 first-round draft pick tallies his first goal since April.
The 2018 fourth-round draft pick leads the tournament with five goals.
All seven Blackhawks players will be in action on Day 4.
Chicago prospects Jakub Galvas and Evan Barratt will play.
Philipp Kurashev scores two power-play goals for Switzerland.
The winger tallies his second goal of the tournament.
The 2018 fourth-round draft pick finds the back of the net.
Five Blackhawks players will be in action.
Evan Barratt, Adam Boqvist and Ian Mitchell shine on opening day.