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Q&A: Canadian collapse at the World Juniors

Canadian hockey fans woke up today still trying to digest exactly what went wrong Wednesday night in a shocking 5-3 loss to Russia at the world junior hockey championship final in Buffalo.

The Russians, seemingly down and out with the Canadians ahead 3-0 after two periods, made yet another incredible comeback, just like they did against Finland and Sweden to make the gold-medal game.

Globe hockey writer James Mirtle will be online live at 12:30 p.m. ET to take your questions on the latest memorable chapter in the Canada-Russia hockey rivalry.

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