Letting the demons of the last two years gold medal losses go, Canada takes its first step today back on Canadian Soil. On the back of the players' T-shirts during selection camp in Calgary earlier this month was the slogan "Earned, not given." This slogan can also be used for the teams goaltending position as Mark Visentin and Scott Wedgewood look to compete for the spot. With previous experience under Visentin's belt it may be his to loose. As it has always been valuable to get the buy into the Semi-Final from the preliminary round, and for this reason it is crucial that Canada doesn't find themselves in shaky ground when trying to find the goaltender they need between the pipes. With four games set before the qualify match-ups Canada looks to play Finland, Czech Republic, Denmark, and U.S.A. With the question still up in the air for who will start the Boxing Day game against the Fins, both goaltender look to send out an answer that they will be victorious and re-capture the gold for the nation. Canada has won a medal 13 straight times through the World Junior Tournament, which includes 10 trips to the gold medal game. This year they hope to "earn" the chance to get back what was once their's and change the coin the nation holds from silver to gold. For the full schedule of the World Juniors Click Here.