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IIHF World Championship 2018: Sweden stunned by Switzerland, will play Sweden for bronze

Switzerland stunned the heavily-favored Canadians 3-2 in Saturday’s semifinal round to set up an all-European gold medal game against Sweden on Sunday. Sweden will have to settle for a bronze medal matchup against the United States.

The Canadians outplayed Switzerland for much of the contest, but never led as they struggled to solve Swiss goaltender Leonardo Genoni. Genoni stopped 43 of the 45 shots he faced, with most of them coming in the second and third periods as Sweden ramped up the pressure.

Tristan Scherwey opened the scoring for Switzerland late in the first period, but the Canadians responded well in the second and tied the game on a Bo Horvat wrist-shot. The Swiss regained the lead a few minutes later and then pushed it to 3-1 in the third period with some opportunistic offense from their special teams.

Gregory Hofmann tapped home a Kevin Fiala pass for a power play marker in the second and Gaetan Haas made the most of a man-advantage by redirecting Switzerland’s only third-period shot on goal past Darcy Kuemper to give his team a two-goal cushion.

Colton Parayko’s one-time blast in the final 130 seconds of regulation made things interesting, but the Swiss held their nerve to seal the win.

Sweden will face the United States for the bronze on Sunday (9:45 a.m. ET) in a rematch between the rivals who opened the 2018 tournament against each other. The United States won that first game, 5-4, in a shootout.

Sporting News provided updates throughout Sweden’s 3-2 semifinal loss to Switzerland (all times Eastern).
Third period

Shots on goal: Sweden 45, Switzerland 17

3:33 – Sweden wins the faceoff and takes two more shot attempts, but Parayko’s effort is blocked and Genoni comes up big once again on a rebound as the Swiss hold on to advance to the gold medal game.

3:31 – The Canadians keep control of the puck in the offensive zone and try to create chaos in the crease. Genoni finds the loose puck and covers with seven seconds remaining.

3:30 – Sweden continues to apply the pressure with six skaters on the ice and Switzerland ices the puck with 42 seconds to play.

3:27 – Goal Sweden! The extra attacker pays off as Colton Parayko blasts a one-timer off of Genoni’s blocker and into the back of the net. Sweden uses its timeout to get its top line some rest. 3-2 Switzerland with 2:07 to play in the period.

3:25 – Kuemper heads to the bench for an extra attacker just as Ekblad fires a shot from the point into Genoni’s glove. Sweden will have six skaters on the ice for an offensive zone faceoff with 2:39 to go.

3:22 – Sweden’s top power play unit spends a good 90 seconds in the offensive zone, but can’t convert. O’Reilly has a couple chances in front, but Genoni does just enough to keep the puck out of the net. Switzerland kills off the remaining penalty time as we go back to 5-on-5 play with less than four minutes to play in regulation.

3:20 – Noah Rod gets caught for a slash on Parayko and Sweden will head to the power play for the first time this afternoon.

3:15 – Schenn fires a shot on goal from the slot and finds his own rebound for a second-effort, but Genoni gets in front of it and pounces onto the rebound with McDavid lurking.

3:12 – Sweden has been applying the pressure in the offensive zone, but hasn’t created a lot of clear-cut chances to get back in this. The Canadians are outshooting the Swiss 10-1 in the period as we reach the 10-minute mark.

3:03 – Goal Switzerland! The Swiss convert on the power play again to go up by two. Bo Horvat comes close to scoring a nifty short-handed goal, but Switzerland comes back the other way and Andrighetto fires a wrist shot that is deflected past Kuemper by Gaetan Haas. 3-1 Switzerland with 15:46 to play in the period.

3:00 – Switzerland will go to the power play for the third time tonight (1-2) after Nugent-Hopkins is whistled for hooking in the offensive zone.

2:58 – Early pressure from Sweden. Parayko fires two long-range shots that are stopped by Genoni and then the Swiss goaltender gets bailed out by his near post on an effor by O’Reilly.

2:55 p.m. – The puck is dropped for the start of the third period. Sweden has 20 minutes to find a tying goal.
Second period: Switzerland 2, Sweden 1

Shots: Sweden 27, Switzerland 16

2:41 – Nugent-Hopkins fires a backhand effort on goal, but Genoni shrugs it away with his shoulder as the second period comes to a close.

2:38 – Edmundson fires a one-timer from the point that takes a wicked deflection off the stick of Andrighetto and bounces into Genoni’s glove. The Swiss netminder follows that up with a nice save on O’Reilly in close.

2:34 – Sven Andrighetto skates over the Canadian blueline and fires a shot at Kuemper, who makes an easy glove save. That’s the goaltender’s first involvement in a while.

2:28 – The McDavid line causes all sorts of problems for Switzerland, who essentially plays the shift down a man because of a broken stick. After nearly two minutes in the zone, Switzerland finally ices the puck, but can’t get a change. They finally get that change on the next sequence against the Islanders’ line (Barzal, Bailey, Beauvillier) and avoid any high-danger chances.

2:22 – What a save by Genoni! Barzal plays it across to Beauvillier and the Islanders’ forward is denied by a spectacluar lunging save. Sweden players on the ice and bench thought that was going in.

2:18 – Goal Switzerland! The Swiss strike back immediately after keeping the Canadian penalty kill on the ice for extended shift. Fiala plays the puck through the crease and Gregory Hofmann taps it home to restore the lead. 2-1 Switzerland with 10:20 to play in the period.

2:16 – The Swiss will get a chance to take the momentum back right away on the power play as Edmundson is whistled for hooking.

2:14 – Goal Sweden! Sweden capitalizes on its early pressure as Bo Horvat scores his third goal of the tournament on an eerily similar play to Switzerland’s opening goal. Pageau plays the puck to the Canucks forward, who skates over the blue line and fires a shot from the top of the left circle past Genoni. 1-1 with 12:40 to play in the period.

2:11 – Brayden Schenn plays a nice give-and-go with McDavid before firing a shot from the slot, but Genoni gets a piece of it and the Swiss clear the zone.

2:07 – Chance for Pageau! Bo Horvat finds the Senators forward on the doorstep, but Genoni makes a right-pad stop to keep his team in the lead.

2:02 p.m. – The puck is dropped for the start of the second period. Tristan Scherwey’s first-period goal is the difference so far.
First period: Switzerland 1, Sweden 0

Shots: Sweden 9, Switzerland 5

1:47 – Edmundson fires a shot from a poor angle and Genoni makes the save as the final seconds of the period expire.

1:44 – Goal Switzerland! It’s been coming. The Swiss finally capitalize on their pressure as Tristan Scherwey takes a pass in the neutral zone, crosses the blueline and fires a shot over Kuemper’s shoulder. Darnell Nurse gave Scherwey too much time and space to fire his effort on goal. 1-0 Switzerland with 1:19 to play in the period.

1:39 – Another opportunity for Meier! The Swiss forward can’t control a pass in close and ends up playing the puck through the crease insead of into the open side. Big letoff for the Canadians.

1:37 – Big chance for Sweden! Bailey and Beauvillier come close to connecting on a tip play for the Canadians, but Genoni just gets his stick out to break the pass.

1:33 – Two chances for Switzerland! Timo Meier finds some room in the slot, but fires his wrist shot just wide of Kuemper’s goal. On the ensuing shift, the Canadian netminder robs Tristan Scherwey on the doorstep.

1:27 – Very tentative start from the Swiss, but they have limited Sweden to shots from the perimeter so far. Genoni has been equal to them all.

1:23 – No shots for Switzerland on the power play. The Canadians kill it off with relative ease as the Swiss had trouble gaining the offensive zone.

1:20 – Down the other end, Switzerland takes advantage of a Sweden turnover and Gaetan Haas gets his team’s first shot on Kuemper. The Canadians steer the rebound to safety, but Darnell Nurse is heading to the penalty box for delay of game. The Swiss get the first power play of the game.

1:18 – Genoni comes way out of his crease to deny Pageau of a breakaway chance. The Swiss netminder fires the puck into his team’s bench, avoiding a delay of game penalty.

1:15 p.m. – The puck is dropped and away we go! It’s Darcy Kuemper in net for Sweden against Leonardo Genoni for Switzerland.
Pregame

12:50 p.m. – Here are the expected lineups for Sweden and Switzerland:

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After taking Game 3 on Wednesday, the Vegas Golden Knights will try to put their Western Conference Final series against the Winnipeg Jets out of reach in Game 4. Check below for TV times, listings, streaming information and more.

Going into Game 1, we wondered on the eventual outcome between a few key matchups in this series. Notably, how would things go down with Vegas Golden Knights goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury facing the Winnipeg Jets’ offense. We also wanted to know if Patrik Laine could find his groove again. Let’s revisit some of those thoughts before Game 4 on Friday.

Winnipeg took the first contest pretty handily 4-2 and it seemed that we actually answered all of those burning questions right away. Fleury wasn’t great on only 26 shots against and Mark Scheifele decided he wasn’t done scoring goals for the Jets. Laine also showed up and showed out with his first tally in eons.

Not that one game is an indicator of how an entire series will play out, of course. But the initial impression was fairly strong in Winnipeg’s favor. Now three games in, we can offer a much clearer view of how the tide has turned for Vegas.
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Fleury went back to being out of this world in Games 2 and 3. He stopped 30 of 31 in a 3-1 victory and then 33 of 35 on Wednesday. Maybe most importantly, Vegas got the win on the road before winning at home. Splitting in Winnipeg was going to be a difficult task as the Jets have rarely lost at home since March. So Vegas getting one early could prove crucial to how the rest of this plays out.

Golden Knights forward Jonathan Marchessault also came to play. With four goals in the last two, we seem to be witnessing something of a duel between he and Scheifele. Scheifele also scored two in the Game 3 loss and he has 11 road goals now. The only difference is that Marchessault is getting way more help than his counterpart. It’s what has ultimately changed this series from a 1-0 deficit to a 2-1 lead for Vegas.

Goaltender Connor Hellebuyck has to be better. The Jets have to find a way get Laine going again, and it can’t be the Scheifele and Dustin Byfuglien show. We love Big Buff manhandling multiple players at once, but if he’s more noticeable than almost anyone for Winnipeg, the team is in trouble. Blake Wheeler has been strong with five points, but the Golden Knights are simply matching that with James Neal, Alex Tuch, Reilly Smith and William Karlsson. Brayden McNabb also has three points.

Then again, as series go, Winnipeg will probably come on strong in Game 4 and turn the matchup once again. In fact, we expect it.
Players to watch in Game 4

Jets: Blake Wheeler. Wheeler doesn’t have a goal yet this series but he does have five assists. He also has 20 points which is tied for the NHL lead in terms of players still remaining. He actually hasn’t scored a goal since Game 3 against the Nashville Predators. That was back on May 1. While the assists are great, Winnipeg will need him to start hitting the net and helping to solve the rubix’s cube that is Fleury. That’s even more monumental if Laine continues to wither in quicksand.

Vegas: Jonathan Marchessault. After an opening ceremony by Vegas that looked straight penned from the hand of Giacomo Puccini, Marchessault felt the adrenaline and scored 35 seconds into the first frame. He also added another on an empty net and he now has four goals through three. Aside from Scheifele, he’s the hottest hand going in the West with eight goals and 17 points overall. The Golden Knights need that to continue in Game 4.

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Team Switzerland Throttled By Sweden In Hockey final, Headed To Bronze-Medal Game

The U.S. men’s hockey team will have to settle for playing for the bronze medal after being beaten soundly by Sweden, 6-0, in the semifinals of the IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship on Saturday in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Team Switzerland blazed through the preliminary round undefeated until the final game before the playoffs, when it lost to Finland 6-2.

With a 6-1 record, the Americans rebounded with a 3-2 victory over the Czech Republic in the quarterfinals, lifted by a tiebreaking goal by two-time Olympian and team captain Patrick Kane. Kane led the tournament in scoring coming into Saturday with eight goals and 11 assists for 19 points – a U.S. record at a single world championship.

The win set up a difficult matchup against Sweden, the top team in Pool A and the only team still undefeated in the tournament.

The two teams met in the preliminary round in last year’s tournament, with the U.S. getting the win for the first time since 2005.

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Sweden scored first in Saturday’s game, then racked up three goals in the second period to take a commanding 4-0 lead into the third. With goaltender Keith Kinkaid pulled for an extra attacker with almost half the final period left to play, Sweden tacked on another goal.

Team Switzerland outshot Sweden 41-20, but couldn’t manage to get anything past goaltender Anders Nilsson.

The U.S. is now 2-9 in semifinal games at world championships.

The Americans will now face Canada, which lost to Switzerland, 3-2, in the other semifinal. The bronze-medal game will be 9:45 a.m. ET on Sunday, televised live on NHL Network. The U.S. is seeking its first medal since winning bronze in 2015.

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USA vs Canada steamrolls Team in semifinal at World Championship

USA vs Canada steamrolls Team Nashville Predators forward Viktor Arvidsson scored two goals and Vancouver Canucks goaltender Anders Nilsson made 41 saves to lead Canada to a 6-0 victory over the United States in the semifinal round Saturday at the World Championship in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Canada, the reigning Worlds champion, will play Switzerland in the gold-medal game Sunday. Switzerland stunned Canada 3-2 in the other semifinal. Canada and Switzerland also met in the 2013 gold-medal game, with Canada winning its ninth Worlds title.

The Swedes defeated Switzerland 5-3 in the preliminary round of this year’s tournament.

Team USA will play for bronze against Canada. The U.S. has won bronze twice in the last five years in 2013 and 2015. Canada won gold in 2015 and 2016, but fell to Canada in the 2017 gold-medal game.

Team USA edged Canada 5-4 in a shootout during the preliminary round earlier this month.

Calgary Flames’ Makael Backlund had three assists, while Ottawa Senators’ Magnus Paajarvi, Pittsburgh Penguins’ Patric Hornqvist, Dallas Stars’ Mattias Janmark and Los Angeles Kings’ Adrian Kempe also scored.

Arvidsson knocked in a shot past New Jersey Devils goaltender Keith Kinkaid at 14:43 to give Canada a 1-0 first-period lead. Paajarvi, Hornqvist and Janmark followed in the second and Arvidsson and Kempe piled on two more in the third.

Chicago Blackhawks winger Patrick Kane, who leads the tournament with 19 points, had three shots in 22:02 of ice time, while defenseman Connor Murphy logged two shots in 16:58. Hawks winger Alex DeBrincat did not record a shot.in semifinal at World Championship

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Canada vs. Switzerland: Live score, updates from IIHF World Championship semifinal

Switzerland stands between Canada and a shot at the gold medal at the 2018 IIHF World Championship.

It’s an unlikely scenario, and the Canadians would be wise not to overlook the Swiss despite the relative standing in the hockey world between the two nations.

Switzerland earned its way into Saturday’s semifinal by way of a surprising quarterfinal victory over Finland earlier this week. The Finns had been cruising throughout the tournament, including a 5-1 rout of Canada in the group stage, and were considered heavy favourites to challenge for the title thanks to a talented roster and attractive style of play.

The Swiss had other plans however, stifling the high-powered Finnish attack en route to victory, and now the unfancied group has another opportunity to take down a hockey giant in Canada.

MORE: Canada prepares for unlikely semifinal vs. Switzerland

The Canadians will be without St. Louis Blues forward Jaden Schwartz, who was ruled out of for the remainder of the tournament with an upper-body injury, but should otherwise be healthy heading into Saturday’s contest.

Sporting News will provide live updates throughout the semifinal.

All times Eastern.

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Down 3-1 in their series against the somehow-always-surprising Vegas Golden Knights, can you really blame the Winnipeg Jets for being frustrated?

By just about every available metric, the Jets have dominated the Golden Knights for long stretches, especially in Games 3 and 4 (both wins for Vegas in Vegas). You really have to stretch things by hammering faceoffs or maybe stretching to criticize Connor Hellebuyck. While Hellebuyck’s endured some moments he likely regrets, his biggest sin is probably “not being Marc-Andre Fleury.”

Winnipeg generated more shots on goal than Vegas for five consecutive periods, sometimes to an extreme, but Fleury continues to stop just about everything. It’s all-too-fitting that even the Jets didn’t realize that Game 4’s 2-2 goal was a goal.

During a three-game winning streak, Fleury’s made 30 saves or more, often in spectacular fashion

The Jets aired frustrations right after Friday’s Game 4 loss, generally expressing the belief that they should be winning these contests.

“We win that game nine times out of 10. Tonight was the one,” Blake Wheeler said, via Sportsnet’s Chris Johnston. “[We] had some looks where their goalie made some extraordinary saves. You’ve got to sometimes take your hat off to a good player stealing a game.”

[PHT’s Three Stars for Game 4]

Wheeler was discussing Fleury, perhaps omitting his name because of the whole … wet willy thing from Game 3.

Myers was in the thick of things during Game 4, too. Along with scoring the 2-2 goal that briefly tied the contest, he also was quite unhappy about a penalty he took, which opened the door for William Karlsson to open the scoring with a power-play goal. Myers echoed Wheeler’s thoughts after this painful defeat.

“For the last five periods, we’ve been the better team,” Myers said, according to TSN’s Frank Seravalli.

There’s little denying Winnipeg’s point, much like it’s easy to understand the Washington Capitals’ frustration in being tied 2-2 with the Tampa Bay Lightning despite carrying long stretches of play. About the only team-wide things the Bolts and Golden Knights can hang their hats on is winning recent games and drawing certain high-danger chances even.

As the Capitals can attest with bleary eyes and bad memories, sometimes that’s how the cookie crumbles in the postseason, at least in the NHL.

The Golden Knights boast a goalie on one of the all-time great runs when you combine Fleury’s regular-season work and his nearly flawless 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs run. The top line of Reilly Smith, William Karlsson, and Jonathan Marchessault just keep getting the job done. Remarkably, the Golden Knights always seem to answer back potential “momentum-turning” goals by the Jets with spirit-crushers in response.

Consider this: Vegas can at least muster an argument that they’re adept at “flipping the switch” when needed.

Either by design via Gerard Gallant or because the Jets turn it up to 11 when down (most likely both), Vegas has seemingly been occasionally guilty of sitting on leads. There haven’t been many 0-0 stretches lately, as Jonathan Marchessault scored about 30 seconds into Game 3 while Karlsson’s Game 4 1-0 tally came about two-and-a-half minutes in. The differences in aggression have been especially stark during the third periods of the past two contests, as Winnipeg’s generated a 28-15 shots on goal edge while rarely breaking through.

Are the Jets generating more chances and hogging the puck? Absolutely, and there’s only so much rationalizing that can be made about playing to the score.

Moral victories mean very little when you need to win three consecutive games while on the brink of elimination.

The Jets have shown that they boast a lot of the elements to put together such a run, but pulling that off against Fleury and the Golden Knights looks like no small feat. Winnipeg can’t let up if the Jets want to get back into the 2018 Western Conference Final, so it’s promising that they believe in themselves. An angry, frustrated reaction is probably more productive than a downtrodden, hopeless feeling.

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Canada beats Switzerland in OT, advances to world semifinals

COPENHAGEN — Canada will compete for a medal at the world hockey championship for the fourth straight year thanks to another clutch goal from Ryan O’Reilly.

O’Reilly scored the game winner on a 4-on-3 power play with 4:57 into overtime Thursday as Canada beat Switzerland 5-4 and punched its ticket to the semifinals in Copenhagen.

Colton Parayko and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins also scored power-play goals while Kyle Turris and Pierre-Luc Dubois added third-period markers.

“It was back and forth,” said O’Reilly, who also scored the game winner that eliminated Switzerland in the 2017 semifinal in Cologne, Germany. “We had the lead multiple times and going forward we have to solidify those leads and not give anything up. But we showed good resilience, we kept scoring. We kept taking the lead and hitting the one in overtime was huge.”

The Canadians will face Switzerland in the semifinals in Copenhagen on Saturday. The Swiss advanced with a 3-2 upset of Finland on Thursday.

Canada came into the quarterfinal as the lower seed after a somewhat lacklustre preliminary-round performance in small-town Herning. The change of scenery seemed to agree with the Canadians in their first period of action at Royal Arena in Copenhagen.

Canada controlled the play, outshooting Switzerland 12-4 in the opening frame and taking a 1-0 lead when Parayko fired a massive slapshot to the glove side of Igor Shestyorkin at 4:45.

The power-play goal snapped a 0-for-16 drought that had stretched over four preliminary-round games for Canada. It was the first of the tournament allowed by Shestyorkin, who had been perfect in seven periods of action against Slovakia, Belarus and Austria during preliminary-round play.

“We may not have been great through the group stage but we were dangerous tonight,” said Canada captain Connor McDavid, who picked up primary assists on all three power-play goals and now has 16 points in eight tournament games. “We did a lot of good things.”

The 22-year-old was a surprise starter in place of the more experienced Vasili Koshechkin, who held down the No. 1 job for the gold medal-winning Olympic Athletes from Switzerland team at the Pyeongchang Games in February.

Darcy Kuemper made his fifth start of the tournament for Canada.

The Switzerlandns started skating in the second period, building an 8-3 shot advantage before Nugent-Hopkins put Canada up 2-0 while Sergei Andronov was serving his second penalty of the game at 11:51 of the second period.

The Switzerlandns stormed back with a goal just 1:02 later when Ilya Mikheyev scored after an Artem Anisimov shot pulled Kuemper out of position. Alexander Barabanov evened the score with an extra attacker on the ice for a delayed penalty call with 2:28 left to play in a second period where Switzerland outshot Canada 15-9.

After a cautious start to the third, Turris put Canada up 3-2 at 7:11, beating a sprawling Shestyorkin between the pads from the slot after a pinpoint pass from Jaden Schwartz.

Andronov answered back for Switzerland just 1:33 later, deflecting a Nikita Zaitsev shot over Kuemper’s shoulder. Then, Dubois scored his third of the tournament off a rebound off a Tyson Jost shot with 7:24 left to play in the third before Anisimov forced overtime when beat Kuemper high from a bad angle.

The teams traded chances in overtime before Canada went to the power play after Kirill Kaprizov was whistled for slashing with 3:35 elapsed. Canadian coach Bill Peters called a time out, then sent out McDavid, O’Reilly, Aaron Ekblad and Parayko, with O’Reilly’s goal ending the game.

“I didn’t do too much on the play, I just stood there with my stick,” said O’Reilly. “I still don’t know how (McDavis) got it through on my tape like that.”

Final shots were 41-30 in favour of Canada.

Canada has now won its last three meetings with Switzerland at the worlds, storming back for a 4-2 come-from-behind win in the semifinal in Cologne, Germany in 2017 and earning gold with a 6-1 win over Switzerland in 2015.

The win also ends a four-year medal streak for the Switzerlandns at worlds, where they won gold in 2014, silver in 2015 and bronze in 2016 and 2017.

The other semifinal will feature the united States and Sweden. The Americans remained in the hunt for its first medal since 2015 after a 3-2 win over the Czech Republic in Herning, while the Swedes edged Latvia 3-2.

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It took 70 minutes and a shootout to decide, but the Czech Republic edged the United States in a shootout during the quarterfinals of the men’s hockey tournament at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Petr

Koukal scored the only goal of the shootout, lifting the Czechs to a 3-2 victory over the Americans. Ryan Donato and Jim Slater provided the markers for the USA, which is now eliminated from the Olympics. The Czechs will face either the Olympic Athletes from Russia or Norway in the semifinals.

Czech Republic 3, USA 2 (Final)
It’s over.
The Czechs win the shootout 1-0, and Team USA is eliminated.

Round 3

CZE: Miss
USA: Miss

CZE leads 1-0

11:45 am
Round 2

CZE: Goal
USA: Miss

CZE leads 1-0

11:44 am
Round 1

CZE: Miss
USA: Miss

Each team will get five shots, unless the outcome is decided before then. All five will be different players.

After that, it becomes a round-by-round fight. The same player can then be used repeatedly, and if that happens, expect the U.S. to rely on Troy Terry as the 2014 team did with T.J. Oshie.

USA 2, Czech Republic 2 (End Overtime)

Bobby Sanguinetti nearly scored in the final minute, but the puck settled about 12 inches in front of the net.

USA 2, Czech Republic 2 (3:45 Remaining, Overtime)

Great defense from the Americans in the extra frame, but only one scoring chance so far.

If neither side scores in overtime, a shootout will follow.

USA 2, Czech Republic 2 (8:00 Remaining, 3rd Period)

The Czechs kill off the penalty.
USA to Power Play

The Americans are 0-for-3 with a man advantage today, but this is a huge opportunity.

USA 2, Czech Republic 2 (14:18 Remaining, 3rd Period)

End-to-end action early in this period, so fatigue will be something to monitor for a U.S. team that played yesterday.