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Get ready for Round 2 against the United States

On the heels of another New Year's Eve thriller, Team Canada and the U.S. will meet Tuesday night in the final of the World Junior Hockey Championship.

Team Canada are seeking a sixth straight gold at the under-20 tournament, but a speedy and determined U.S. squad is on a roll after upsetting Sweden Sunday night.

Globe hockey reporter Matt Sekeres, who has been covering all the action in Saskatchewan, will join Tuesday at 1 p.m. ET for a live discussion on the tournament so far, and what to expect in the championship game.

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Based in Vancouver, Matt Sekeres covers the Canucks and B.C. Lions for the Globe.

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