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Sweden beats Finland 3-1 to win Olympic Group C

Sweden beat Finland 3-1 in the Olympic hockey tournament Sunday night to win Group C in the preliminary round and advance directly into the quarterfinals. The Swedes will now play either Switzerland or Germany in Wednesday's quarterfinals and could meet either Canada or Finland in the semifinals

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US to play Slovakia in Olympic hockey qualification playoff

The United States will play Slovakia in the qualification round of the Olympic hockey tournament playoffs, with a potential quarterfinal against the Czech Republic. With all preliminary round group games completed, Canada, Sweden and Finland are all in the same half of the draw, with the other containing

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Four NHL hockey fans kicked out over racist comments toward player

Four spectators were removed from their seats at a National Hockey League game in Chicago on Saturday night after allegedly making racist comments toward a black player on the visiting team. During the third period of the game between the Chicago Blackhawks and Washington Capitals, Washington player

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Some hockey players in these Winter Olympics could make way to NHL

USA TODAY Sports' Martin Rogers can't believe there is only one week remaining in the Winter Olympics. GANGNEUNG, Korea —  Eeli Tolvanen is 18 and already being projected as the next Finnish hockey star. “Eeli is a great player with an unbelievable shot,” Finland coach Lauri Marjamaki said. “

Read more: https://www.azcentral.com/story/sports/winter-olympics-2018/2018/02/17/games-players-nhl-potential/349122002/?src=rss



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