The World Cup officially kicks off today with a match-up between Team USA and Team Europe. After some interesting scratches announced earlier today, the American team will look to kick off the tournament with a win over Anze Kopitar and the European collection. Here’s a look at the entire schedule in Toronto (all times Central):
Saturday, Sept. 17
Team USA vs. Team Europe, 2:30 pm.
Team Czech Republic vs. Team Canada, 7 pm.
Sunday, Sept. 18
Team Sweden vs. Team Russia, 2 pm.
Team North America vs. Team Finland, 7 pm.
Monday, Sept. 19
Team Europe vs. Team Czech Republic, 2 pm.
Team Russia vs. Team North America, 7 pm.
Tuesday, Sept. 20
Team Finland vs. Team Sweden, 2 pm.
Team Canada vs. Team USA, 7 pm.
Wednesday, Sept. 21
Team North America vs. Team Sweden, 2 pm.
Team Europe vs. Team Canada, 7 pm.
Thursday, Sept. 22
Team Finland vs. Team Russia, 2 pm.
Team USA vs. Team Czech Republic, 7 pm.
Semifinals (single elimination)
Saturday, Sept. 24
Semifinal 1, 6 pm.
Sunday, Sept. 25
Semifinal 2, 12 pm.
Tuesday, Sept. 27
Final Game 1, 7 pm.
Thursday, Sept. 29
Final Game 2, 7 pm.
Saturday, Oct. 1
Final Game 3, 6 pm. (if necessary)