The 2013 World Junior Championship provided many highlights for fans. But with it over, it's time to take a look back and see the Bruins prospects performed during the tournament.
Three of the four Bruins prospects played for Team Canada, who finished fourth. Malcolm Subban started all six games in net for Canada and finished 4-2 with 3.68 goals against average and a .869 save percentage. Subban played well during the preliminary games but when it came time for the medal rounds, the wheels fell off. Subban allowed 11 goals in the semi-final game against the USA and the bronze medal game against Russia. The first four games of the tournament, Subban allowed just eight goals.
Dougie Hamilton did not make as much of an impact on the scoresheet that some people might have been expecting. He scored just one goals and finished with three points. Anthony Camara also didn't make a big impact on the scoresheet but shoed why Bruins fans will love him. Camara's tough play earned him 31 penalty minutes and he delivered this huge hit.
Alexander Kokhlachev had the most impressive offensive showing at the world juniors for Russia. He finished with three goals and five points in seven games.Tags: Alexander Kokhlachev, Anthony Camara, Boston, Boston Bruins, Canada, Dougie Hamilton, Hockey, Malcolm Subban, NHL, Russia, USA