IIHF Women’s World Championship 2021 Live Stream, Date, Time, Venue & TV Guides

Now Ice Hockey is very famous in the world. Are you a big fans Ice Hockey ? So there is a great news for you. This year IIHF Women’s and Men’s Championship are coming back. Enjoy the full tournament with us, first check the details of IIHF Women’s World Championship 2021 live stream, date, time, venue and tv guides.

IIHF Women’s World Championship is an international Ice Hockey tournament organized by the International Ice Hockey Federations. This year IIHF WWC 2021 will be scheduled on May 6 to May 16, 2021. IIHF WWC 2021 will be held in Canada. There are atotal of 10 teams will take part in IIHF WWC 2021. The venue of the IIHF WWC 2021 is in Canada and scheduled to be contested in Halifax Nova Scotia and Truro Nova Scotia in Canada.

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IIHF Men’s WC 2021 Live Streaming

Participating Nations – IIHF WWC 2021

There are a total of 10 teams will take part in this Ice hockey tournament Scheduled in Canada.

  • Canada
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • United States
  • Germany
  • Hungary
  • Japan
  • Switzerland
  • Czech Republic
  • Ice Hockey Federations of Russia

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The 10-team tournament features Canada in Group A with Finland, Russia, Switzerland and the United States, while Group B is comprised of the Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Hungary and Japan.

IIHF WWC 2021 Group

A total of 10 teams devided into two groups. Check the details of group and group wise schedule.

Group A : United States, Canada, Finland, Ice Hockey Federation of Russia, Switzerland

Group B : Germany, Hungary, Japan, Czech Republic, Denmark

IIHF WWC 2021 Schedule or Fixtures

Hockey Canada and the host organizing committee on behalf of the IIHF unveiled the full tournament schedule Thursday. The 31 game schedule will be played at the Scotiabank Centre in Halifax and Rath Eastlink Community Centre in Truro, May 6-16, 2021.

Hockey Canada will continue to explore the opportunity to have a limited number of fans in attendance at both venues. In addition to Canada’s opening-day game against Finland, it will also play Russia on May 8 and Switzerland on May 9 before closing out the preliminary round against its cross-border rival, the United States, on May 11. All four of Canada’s preliminary-round games will take place at 7:30 p.m. AT.

IIHF WWC 2021 Team Roster

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IIHF Women’s World Championship 2021 Broadcasters List

TSN and RDS, the official broadcast partners of Hockey Canada, will carry extensive game coverage and analysis throughout the IIHF Women’s World Championship, and will broadcast all preliminary-round games, quarterfinals, semifinals and medal games in Halifax.

IIHF WWC 2021 Tournament Format

he 10 teams are divided into two, tiered, five-team groups in the Preliminary Round.

After a single round-robin series in each group, the five teams from Group A and the best three teams from Group B advance to the Playoff Round. 

The Quarter-Finals will be played between A1-B3, A2-B2, A3-B1, A4-A5. The winner of each Quarter-Final moves onto the Semi-Finals.

In the semi-finals the best-ranked team – criteria: 1) Tier of the group. 2) placement in the group – will play against the lowest-ranked semi-finalist. The 2nd-best ranked semi-finalist will play the 3rd-best ranked semi-finalist.

Both semi-final games will be played in Halifax. The host if qualified, or otherwise the best-ranked semi-finalist according to beforementioned criteria, shall play the early game. The time slots will officially be determined after the quarter-final games.

The winner of each Semi-Final game will move onto the Gold Medal Game, while the losers will play in the Bronze Medal Game.

The quarter-final losers will play placement games in a knockout format. The winner of the 5th-place game will earn a Group A seeding for next year. The remaining teams (7th to 10th) will be ranked according to 1. the tiered group they played in (A/B), 2. their position within the group, 3. their preliminary-round record (1. points, 2. goal difference, 3. goals scored)..

Final Ranking

The gold medal game and bronze medal game will determine the final ranking for the top-4 teams. The eliminated teams from the preliminary round plus the losing teams of the quarter-finals will be ranked following their positions in the groups preceding the quarter-final round.

The final ranking will follow the following procedure:
1. Higher position in the group,
2. Higher number of points,
3. Better goal difference,
4. Higher number of goals scored for,
5. Better seeding number