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Suggested Viewing: USA Vs. Canada In World Juniors Semis

After a weekend where we saw TCU and the Cowboys, Mavs and Stars all win, TV options are nonexistent tonight unless you want to get a final look at Andrew Luck before he wears a Panthers uniform. I have a suggestion for you. It's one of the better sports rivalries going right now: US vs. Canada in hockey. 

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I'm sure that you remember the Olympics last winter, but this US junior national team got Canada's goat last winter with a 6-5 OT win in the gold medal game just a month earlier. Most of us couldn't care less about that, but it's been bugging Canadians for a year now, as Fanhouse mentions in their preview of this game. 

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Jack Campbell, the Stars 2010 lottery pick, starts again for the US, so you can check out Dallas' future in goal as well. You do have to have NHL Network to be able to see it, but if you're looking for some drama tonight, this is much more entertaining than The Bachelor. The game is at 6:30.

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If you're really out of a job, Mark Stepneski notes that Stars defense prospects Patrik Nemeth and John Klingberg will be on the ice for Sweden in their semifinal against Russia at 2:30.

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Photographs by jamesbrandon, jdtornow, phlezk, flygraphix, mcdlttx, tomasland, and literalbarrage used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.