Czech Republic vs. Switzerland

World Junior Championship 2019: How to Watch, Schedule, Start Time, Teams, Online TV

Czech Republic vs. Switzerland 2019 Live Stream

After defeating Sweden for the gold medal at the 2018 World Junior Championship, Team Canada hosts the 2019 installment of the tournament in British Columbia. Hockey Canada has yet to unveil its roster as the official announcement typically occurs in December. But the Canadians are likely to see forwards Maxime Comtois and Alex Formenton, who scored the dagger in last year’s Gold Medal game, return to lead the upstart group.

Russia and the United States are among returning countries to the annual tournament. Kazakhstan, however, finally returns to the Top Division after spending the last nine years in Group I. They seized a spot in Vancouver after Belarus, who was winless in four games last year, was relegated.

Canucks fans will have an opportunity to see 2018 draft pick Quinn Hughes, when the University of Michigan defenseman possibly suits up for the United States.

Here is everything you need to know about the 2019 World Junior Championship

The primary host for the 2019 World Junior Championship is Rogers Arena, home of the Vancouver Canucks. Nineteen games will be played at Rogers Arena including the tournament’s bronze and gold medal games.

Participating teams will play the remaining 12 games at the Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre in Victoria, B.C. The stadium is home to the Victoria Royals of the Western Hockey League and can sit roughly 7,400 fans. Canada, however, will not play at the stadium during the tournament.

How to watch? Broadcast information has yet to be announced for the 2019 World Junior

Parker vs Flores 2018 Live Stream

Live boxing  Joseph Parker vs Alexander Flores

Joseph Parker faces Mexican-American Alexander Flores in his first fight since two consecutive losses in the UK.

The Kiwi heavyweight hopes to chart his way back to the top of the division in a must-win bout, but faces a tricky opponent in Flores (17-1-1) who comes into the fight with an 80 per cent knockout rate.

Undefeated Kiwi heavyweight Junior Fa (15-0) also features on the card against Argentinian southpaw Rogelio Omar Rossi, while Warriors great Manu Vatuvei steps into the ring to face Brown Buttabean.

Parker weighed in a near career-best shape and will have a clear physical advantage over Flores. The pre-fight pose was relatively calm compared to the dramatic face-off between Parker and Dillian Whyte in July, where the pair touched foreheads and noses in a tense weigh-in in London.

However, there was still plenty of jabbing back and forth on the mics, with Flores saying he was going to stop Parker while complimenting New Zealand’s beverages.

“I’m stopping Parker. This is not going to go 12 rounds. I love New Zealand, I love your guys’ coffee. I have coffee here twice or three times a day,” Flores said.

To which, Parker replied: “Alexander looks in great shape. He’s confident and he’s here to win, but unfortunately I don’t think that’s going to happen. He says he’s going to knock me out, I say I’m going to knock him out. We’ll see who’s going to do the talking in the ring. For me, after I knock him out I’m going to buy him a coffee.”