What time is USA vs. Switzerland today? TV channel, live stream for … – Sporting News

Fans have gotten used to seeing Team USA dominate at the World Junior Championship. That has been absent so far at the 2023 tournament. 
The United States is coming off a stunning 6-3 loss to Slovakia on Wednesday, just two days after putting together a subpar effort in a win over Latvia.
Rand Pecknold’s crew is facing a quick turnaround with a crucial matchup against Switzerland set for Thursday. 
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After building a 2-1 lead against the Slovaks, the Americans fell behind 4-2 after allowing three goals in a span of 3:19 at the end of the second period. They could not crawl out of the hole. 
Switzerland has earned two non-regulation wins, most recently defeating Latvia 3-2 in a shootout. The Swiss are tied with the Finns, whom they beat in their first game, for the top spot in Group B. 
The Sporting News has all you need to watch the USA vs. Switzerland in the 2023 IIHF World Junior Championship, including the start time and TV channels for viewers in the United States and Canada.
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The puck will drop at 4 p.m. ET (5 p.m. local time) from the Avenir Centre in Moncton, N.B., home of the QMJHL’s Moncton Wildcats. It is the third game of the tournament for both teams. 
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TSN has all the World Juniors action in Canada, while in the United States, viewers can find the games on NHL Network.
Stephen Nelson will provide play-by-play coverage for NHL Network. He will be joined by analyst Dave Starman and reporter Jon Rosen on the broadcasts. 
Dennis Beyak and Craig Button will be on the call for the USA games for TSN. Laura Diakun and Dave Reid will be in the studio.
U.S. fans can stream the tournament on fuboTV (which comes with a free trial), NHL.tv or the NHL app.
Fans in Canada can stream all World Juniors games on TSN.ca or the TSN app.
The USA are 2.5-goal favorites on the puck line for their game against Switzerland, according to Sports Interaction
(All times Eastern)


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