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Other International Events

World Under-17 Hockey Challenge

Held annually in Canada, the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge features some of the best up-and-coming players in the world. Team USA's all-time finishes can be found below.

Year Location U.S. Finish
2014 (Nov.) Sarnia, Ont. Second Place
2014 (Jan.) Cape Breton, N.S. First Place
2013 Victoriaville/Drummondville, Que. Third Place
2012 Windsor, Ont. Second Place
2011 Winnipeg, Man. Second Place
2010 Timmins, Ont. First Place
2009 Port Alberni, B.C. Third Place
2008 London, Ont. Second Place
2006 Regina, Sask. Second Place
2005 Lethbridge, Alta. Fifth Place
2004 St. John's, N.L. Fourth Place
2002 Selkirk-Stonewall, Man. First Place
2001 New Glasgow-Truro, N.S. First Place
1999 Swift Current, Sask. Second Place
1998 Kitchener, Ont. Third Place
1997 Central Alberta Ninth Place
1995 Moncton, N.B. Seventh Place

Other International Events

In addition to the IIHF Under-18 Men's World Championship and World Under-17 Hockey Challenge, the National Team Development Program's teams take part in other international competitions throughout the season. All first-place finishes can be found in the table below.

SEASON EVENT SITE
2014-15 Under-18 Four Nations Sundsvall, Sweden
2013-14 Under-18 Five Nations Dmitrov, Russia
Under-17 Four Nations Prievidza, Slovakia
Under-17 Five Nations Sundsvall, Sweden
2012-13 Under-18 Four Nations Ann Arbor, Mich.
Under-17 Four Nations Monthey, Switzerland
2011-12 Under-18 Four Nations Monthey, Switzerland
Under-17 Four Nations Balishikha, Russia
Vlad Dzurilla Piestany, Slovakia
2010-11 Under-18 Four Nations Sundsvall, Sweden
Under-18 Five Nations Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic
Under-17 Four Nations Woodridge, Ill.
Vlad Dzurilla Piestany, Slovakia
2009-10 Under-18 Four Nations Pori, Finland
Under-18 Five Nations Nykoping, Sweden
Under-17 Four Nations Trnava, Slovakia
Vlad Dzurilla Piestany, Slovakia
2008-09 Under-18 Four Nations Lake Placid, N.Y.
Under-18 Five Nations Varkaus, Finland
2007-08 Vlad Dzurilla Piestany, Slovakia
Under-18 Five Nations Most, Czech Republic
Under-17 Four Nations Ann Arbor, Mich.
2006-07 Vlad Dzurilla Piestany, Slovakia
2005-06 Under-18 Five Nations Tjorn, Sweden
Vlad Dzurilla Piestany, Slovakia
2004-05 Under-18 Four Nations Ann Arbor, Mich.
Vlad Dzurilla Piestany, Slovakia
2003-04 Under-18 Four Nations Magnitogorsk, Russia
Under-18 Four Nations Ann Arbor, Mich.
1999-2000 Under-18 Five Nations Nymburk, Czech Republic