Daybreak Montreal | Jan 3, 2013 | 6:38

World Junior Championships

The Canadian juniors are going home disappointed. They lost 5-1 to the US team in the semifinals. Daybreak host Sonali Karnick spoke to Tim Wharnsby, hockey writer for CBC Sports.

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