The U.S. National Junior Team skated to a 3-4-0 (W-L-T) record and a fifth place finish at the 1995 International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championship in Red Deer, Canada.
Team USA was captained by Adam Deadmarsh, who led the U.S. in goals (6) and points (10). Also representing Team USA was defenseman Bryan Berard, who went on to become the first U.S. defenseman -- and third U.S. player ever -- to be selected first overall at the 1995 NHL Entry Draft.
|Dec. 26||Russia||W, 4-3|
|Dec. 27||Sweden||L, 2-4|
|Dec. 29||Canada||L, 3-8|
|Dec. 30||Finland||L, 5-7|
|Jan. 1||Germany||W, 5-3|
|Jan. 2||Ukraine||L, 2-3|
|Jan. 4||Czech Republic||W, 7-5|