Who is the leading goal scorer in WJC history?

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  1. Form and Substance

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    Well Carter I think according to the announcer on teamfan radio tied the canadian record, so it must have been 12 (shared with Lindros)
     
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    Naslund has the 1 year record I believe. Him, Forsberg and Sundstrom tore it up one year.
     
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    Pavel Bure has 28 goals in 3 WJC!
    Ovechkin has 18.
     
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    They got to play Japan in a game which no doubt inflated their stats.
     
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    Markus Naslund scored 16 goals in one tournament I believe...
     
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    Peter Forsberg had the most in one tourney with 31 I think, thats all I know.
     
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    That was 31 points.
     
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    Exact. Peter did score 10 points (3-7) in a 20-1 blowout over Japan.
     
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    Yes, thats what I meant to say...I guess I should have written that down.
     
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    World Junior Championship Records (prior to 2004-05 tournament)
    Most Gold Medals in a row

    5 Canada 1993 to 1997
    4 USSR 1977 to 1980

    Most Goals scored by a team in a game

    21 Czechoslovakia beat Austria 21-4, 1981
    20 Sweden beat Japan 20-1, 1993
    19 Finland beat Switzerland 19-1, 1980
    19 USSR beat Austria 19-1, 1981
    19 USA beat Norway 19-1, 1991

    Most Goals in One Year, player

    13 Markus Naslund, SWE, 1993 in Sweden
    12 Vladimir Ruzicka, CZE, 1983 in Leningrad
    12 Pavel Bure, USSR, 1991 in Canada

    Most Assists in One Year, player

    24 Peter Forsberg, SWE, 1993 in Sweden
    14 Esa Keskinen, FIN, 1985 in Finland
    14 Doug Weight, USA, 1991 in Canada
    13 Raimo Helminen, FIN, 1984 in Sweden
    13 Jaromir Jagr, CZE, 1990 in Finland

    Most Points in One Year, player

    31 Peter Forsberg, SWE (7G, 24A), 1993 in Sweden
    24 Raimo Helminen, FIN (11G, 13A), 1984 in Sweden
    24 Markus Naslund, SWE (13G, 11A), 1993 in Sweden
    21 Robert Reichel, CZE (11G, 10A), 1990 in Finland
    20 Vladimir Ruzicka, CZE (12G, 8A), 1983 in Leningrad

    Most Points in One Year, defenceman

    14 Peter Andersson, SWE (4G, 10A), 1985 in Finland
    10 Jan Vopat, CZE (6G, 4A), 1993 in Sweden

    Most Points, forward line

    69 Markus Naslund, Peter Forsberg, Niklas Sundstrom, SWE
    (30G, 39A), 1993 in Sweden
    52 Esa Keskinen, Mikko Makela, Esa Tikkanen, FIN
    (24G, 28A), 1985 in Finland
    50 Robert Reichel, Jaromir Jagr, Bobby Holik, CZE
    (22G, 28A), 1990 in Finland
    47 Esa Keskinen, Raimo Helminen, Esa Tikkanen, FIN
    (23G, 24A), 1984 in Sweden
    46 Raimo Summanen, Petri Skriko, Risto Jalo, FIN
    (22G, 24A), 1982 in USA
    41 Mike Modano, Jeremy Roenick, John Leclair, USA
    (20G, 21A), 1989 in Anchorage

    Most Shutouts in One Year

    2 Ken Wregget, CAN, 1984 in Sweden
    2 Sam Lindstahl, SWE, 1987 in Czechoslovakia
    2 Johan Borg, SWE, 1987 in Czechoslovakia
    2 Pascall Leclaire, CAN, 2002 in Czech Republic

    All time Goal Scoring leaders

    27 Pavel Bure, USSR, 1989 to 1991
    25 Vladimir Ruzicka, CZE, 1981 to 1983
    21 Markus Naslund, SWE, 1992 to 1993
    18 Petr Rosol, CZE, 1982 to 1984
    18 Robert Reichel, CZE, 1988 to 1990

    All time Assist leaders

    32 Peter Forsberg, SWE, 1992 to 1993
    22 Esa Keskinen, FIN, 1984 to 1985
    22 Robert Reichel, CZE, 1988 to 1990
    19 Eric Lindros, CAN, 1990 to 1992
    18 Raimo Helminen, FIN, 1983 to 1983
    18 Esa Tikkanen, FIN, 1983 to 1985
     
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    From the IIHF U20 All-Time Record Book:

    U20 All Time Leading Scorers:

    1. Peter Forsberg (SWE) 14 GP 10 G - 32 A = 42 PTS
    2. Robert Reichel (CZE) 21 GP 18 G - 22 A = 40 PTS
    3. Pavel Bure (USSR) 21 GP 27 G - 12 A = 39 PTS
    4. Alexander Mogilny (USSR) 21 GP 18 G - 17 A = 35 PTS
    5. Esa Tikkanen (FIN) 21 GP 17 G - 18 A = 35 PTS
    6. Vladimir Ruzicka (CZE) 19 GP 25 G - 9 A = 34 PTS
    7. Markus Naslund (SWE) 14 GP 21 G - 13 A = 34 PTS
    8. Niklas Sundstrom (SWE) 21 GP 18 G - 15 A = 33 PTS
    9. Esa Keskinen (FIN) 14 GP 10 G - 22 A = 32 PTS
    10.Eric Lindros (CAN) 21 GP 12 G - 19 A = 31 PTS
     
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    Is Vladimir Ruzicka related to Stefan?
     
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    No, Vladimir and Stefan are not related. Vladimir is from Most in the Czech Republic and Stefan comes from Nitra in Slovakia.
     
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    Thanks man for digging up these facts! Interesting.
     
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