Looking forward to this September’s World Cup of Hockey?
AM900 CHML will broadcast up to 11 games of the tournament, including the semi-finals and finals, at Air Canada Centre.
The competition includes Canada, Russia, the U.S., Sweden, Finland, the Czech Republic, Europe and North America, a selection of the top players from Canada and the United States who are 23 or under as of Oct. 1, 2016.
It begins September 17.
The two-week tournament features more than 150 of the best players in the NHL.
The top two teams in Group A and Group B will advance to the Semifinals, where the first-place team from each Group will face an elimination game against the second-place team from the other Group.
The two semifinal winners will meet in the best-of-three final.
Look at the schedule below.
2016 World Cup of Hockey Schedule (all times Eastern)
Team Czech Republic
Team North America
Saturday, Sept. 17
Team USA vs. Team Europe, 3:30 p.m.
Team Czech Republic vs. Team Canada, 8 p.m. on AM900 CHML
Sunday, Sept. 18
Team Sweden vs. Team Russia, 3 p.m.
Team North America vs. Team Finland, 8 p.m. on AM900 CHML
Monday, Sept. 19
Team Europe vs. Team Czech Republic, 3 p.m.
Team Russia vs. Team North America, 8 p.m. on AM900 CHML
Tuesday, Sept. 20
Team Finland vs. Team Sweden, 3 p.m.
Team Canada vs. Team USA, 8 p.m. on AM900 CHML
Wednesday, Sept. 21
Team North America vs. Team Sweden, 3 p.m.
Team Europe vs. Team Canada, 8 p.m. on AM900 CHML
Thursday, Sept. 22
Team Finland vs. Team Russia, 3 p.m.
Team USA vs. Team Czech Republic, 8 p.m. on AM900 CHML
Semifinals (single elimination; A1 vs. B2, B1 vs. A2)
Saturday, Sept. 24
Semifinal 1, 7 p.m. on AM900 CHML
Sunday, Sept. 25
Semifinal 2, 1 p.m. on AM900 CHML
Tuesday, Sept. 27
Final Game 1, 8 p.m. on AM900 CHML
Thursday, Sept. 29
Final Game 2, 8 p.m. on AM900 CHML
Saturday, Oct. 1
Final Game 3, 7 p.m. on AM900 CHML (if necessary)