A look at some of the highlights from the 2018 World Cup of Hockey.

Here are some of our favorite highlights: The World Cup began with a bang in June with Canada, USA and Czech Republic making it to the finals.

But things went a little awry when it became clear that a number of players who were injured in the first round would not be able to participate.

In the semifinals, the Czechs defeated Canada 3-1 in the final.

With the World Cup in full swing, the NHL was forced to put the tournament on hold for a few days, and fans and analysts were left wondering just how bad things would get for Canada, the tournament’s host.

Canada lost three straight games to start the tournament, and in the third round, the Canadians fell to the Czech Republic 4-1.

That defeat ended Canada’s hopes of advancing to the semifinals.

The tournament was played in front of a crowd of more than 5.5 million.

The best games came from the semifinals and the final, with the USA losing in three straight and the Czech, Canada and Sweden all winning.

While there are some things that have been criticized about the tournament and some that are applauded, most of the criticism has centered on the lack of a tournament in 2018.

What has been lauded is the quality of the tournament as well as the attention to detail in planning and staging.

The 2018 World Series of Hockey, which featured teams from Canada, Canada, Russia, the United States and the United Kingdom, was the first tournament to be staged in 2018 and featured the likes of former NHL player Jonathan Quick and current NHL star Sidney Crosby.

The first two games were held at the Royal York Hotel in Toronto, and the last game was played at the Maple Leaf Gardens in London, Ontario.

With all the attention on the World Series, a few other sports events also have been scheduled in Canada, including the Canadian Basketball League, the Canadian Football League, Canadian Soccer League and the National Basketball League.

It is worth noting that all of these events will likely be played in 2017.

As the 2018 Winter Olympics begin in the United Arab Emirates, the World Hockey Association (WHA) will hold its first annual meeting in Toronto and it will likely take place in 2018 as well.

In addition to the World Championships, the WHA also holds regular meetings in Canada.

For 2018, the meeting will be held in Montreal and Toronto will host the meeting in Montreal.

In 2019, the next meeting will take place between the WHL and Canadian Hockey League.

In 2020, the first meeting will likely happen between the AHL and NHL.

In 2021, the meetings will be the first between the Canadian Hockey Association and the NHL.

All of these meetings are expected to be held between April 25 and May 6, 2020, with two more meetings scheduled between the NHL and AHL later in the year.

There will be a total of five meetings this year.