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Russia to face Canada in quarter-finals at hockey worlds

Just hours removed from a tightly contested overtime win over Latvia, Canada took no chances in its final preliminary round game at the world hockey championship.

Ryan Nugent-Hopkins had a goal and an assist as Canada finished off its round-robin schedule with a workmanlike 3-0 win over Germany on Tuesday. Less than 18 hours after Connor McDavid’s overtime winner clinched a quarter-final berth, Canada controlled Tuesday’s game from start to finish at Jyske Bank Boxen.

It was a quick turnaround [between games],” said Tyson Jost, who picked up his fourth goal of the tournament in the third period. “You’re not used to that in the National Hockey League.

“I thought we handled it well. No excuses, that’s just hockey. We’re playing the game we love.”

Tuesday’s win guarantees Canada a third-place finish in Group B. The Canadians will now travel to Copenhagen and cross over to play Russia, the second-place team from Group A in Thursday’s quarter-final. Russia lost to Sweden 3-1 in the final round-robin game for both teams on Thursday.

Thursday’s other quarter-finals in Herning will see Finland meet Switzerland while the United States plays the Czech Republic.​ Latvia faces off against Sweden after holding on for a 1-0 win against host Denmark in the final round-robin game Thursday.

A quarter-final win against the Russians will give Canada the opportunity to play for a medal for the fourth straight year after winning gold in 2015 and 2016 and silver in 2017.

Just 20 seconds into the first period, Brayden Schenn put the Canadians on the board when he directed a pass in the slot from Nugent-Hopkins past sliding German goaltender Niklas Treutle.

Nugent-Hopkins scored his fourth of the tournament at 8:14 of the second period with a shot that went between a screened Treutle’s pads.

McDavid, Canada’s leading scorer, picked up his 12th and 13th points of the tournament with assists on Canada’s first two goals.

In the third, Jost rounded out the scoring when he converted a pass into the slot from Joel Edmundson.

Kuemper clinical

Starting in back-to-back games, Darcy Kuemper wasn’t busy but stayed calm when Germany was able to generate traffic near his crease in the second period. He stopped 12 shots for his first shutout of the tournament.

“I thought we did a good job of taking care of our bodies last night and getting ready to go again,” said Kuemper. “I thought as a team, we played super responsible. We were committed to playing defensively, even starting in the [offensive] zone, all the way back. That’s what we want to build on going into the medal round here, so I think we’re right where we want to be.”

With a quarter-final berth already locked down, Tuesday’s game served as a tune-up for the playoff round as coach Bill Peters continued to experiment with line combinations and work on special teams.

For a fourth-straight game, the power play sputtered. Canada has now failed to score on its last 16 man-advantage opportunities.

“We’ll get it addressed,” said Peters. “We’ll change it again.

“We’ll work on it tomorrow when we get into Copenhagen. We’ve got some ice time and it’ll be an area that we definitely have to address. It’ll need to be fixed if we’re going to have the success that we want.”

Kyle Turris, eager to get into action even though his equipment didn’t arrive by game time, made his 2018 Canada debut in borrowed gear and was inserted onto the second power-play unit.

“The skates are [Mathew] Barzal’s and the stick is [Aaron] Ekblad’s,” Turris said. “He had an extra one that I could cut down and kind of make my own. Different curve still, though, and flex.

“Just keeping it light and trying not to think about it.”

“It’s a long way to come,” added Peters. “He didn’t want to watch hockey, he wanted to play hockey, so he gutted it out.”

Pierre-Luc Dubois returned to the lineup after missing Monday’s game with a lower-body injury, while Josh Bailey was scratched with a lower-body injury of his own. On defence, Ryan Pulock drew back into the lineup, while Thomas Chabot did not dress.
Olympic revenge

The Germans knocked Canada out of gold-medal contention in the semifinal of the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang in February, but only 10 players from that roster returned to suit up at the world championship

Despite the addition of NHL players Leon Draisaitl (Edmonton Oilers) and Dennis Seidenberg (New York Islanders), the Germans were unable to build off their Olympic success in Denmark. Marco Sturm’s group will not advance to the quarter-finals after finishing sixth in Group B with just one regulation win and one overtime win in seven games.

In early action on Tuesday, Finland clinched first place in Group B with a 6-2 win over the United States and Switzerland locked down fourth place in Group A with a 5-1 win over France. Slovakia beat Belarus 7-4 in a match between teams already eliminated from medal-round contention.

Golden Knights vs Jets Live NHL Ice Hockey

NHL playoffs 2018: Marchessault helps Golden Knights flip script, take Game 2 over Jets

The Golden Knights aren’t going down without a fight.

Jonathan Marchessault scored twice to help Vegas weather the Winnipeg whiteout and steal home-ice advantage in the Western Conference finals with a 3-1 victory over the Jets Monday at Bell MTS Place.

After falling behind early in Game 1, the Golden Knights flipped the script on the Jets in Game 2 by enduring an early onslaught (10 shots in the first nine minutes) and then making Winnipeg pay for not putting their territorial dominance to good use.

In his first appearance since Game 4 of the Sharks’ series, Tomas Tatar gave Vegas the 1-0 lead with a display of extra effort. Tatar skated in on Connor Hellebuyck and rang his initial shot off the post before gathering the rebound and tucking it behind the scrambling Jets goaltender.

Marchessault doubled the lead nearly four minutes later as the Golden Knights took advantage of the Jets’ sloppy play in the neutral zone. Reilly Smith halted a Winnipeg breakout attempt and played his teammate through on a breakaway, which Marchessault converted by putting the puck between Hellebuyck’s pads.

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It remained a 2-0 contest until Kyle Connor gave the Jets and their fans some life seven and half minutes into the third period. Connor beat Marc-Andre Fleury with a bad-angle shot on a Jets power play to send the Winnipeg whiteout into a frenzy.

With the crowd re-engaged and the Jets pushing for a second goal, Marchessault stepped up again for the Golden Knights. The 27-year-old took a nifty feed from Smith and beat Hellebuyck with a backhand shot to restore Vegas’ two-goal cushion. The goal, which came less than 90 seconds after Connor’s tally, proved to be a backbreaker for the Jets as they failed to ramp up the pressure on Fleury in the final 10 minutes.

After his worst outing of the postseason in Game 1, Fleury bounced back by stopping 30 of the 31 shots he faced as Vegas avoided losing back-to-back playoff games for the first time in franchise history.

The Golden Knights will look to keep the momentum going when the series shifts to Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena for Game 3 on Wednesday night (9:00 p.m. ET).

Sporting News kept tabs on live updates and highlights throughout the game. See below to find out how it unfolded. (All times Eastern.)

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Game 2 result: Golden Knights 3, Jets 1

Shots on goal: Jets 31, Golden Knights 28
Third Period

10:45 p.m. — Fleury denies Laine on a slap shot, then Vegas ices the puck again with less than 10 seconds to play. The Golden Knights trap the ensuing faceoff in the corner and run out the clock to seal the win.

10:40 p.m. — Paul Stastny tries a jam atttempt from in close, but Fleury denies him and Carpenter clears the zone. The Jets come back with a couple attempts, but Vegas clears the puck twice more. The latter goes for icing with 22.7 seconds to go.

10:38 p.m. — Hellebuyck heads to the bench with just over two minutes left to play.

10:34 p.m. — The Jets are running out of time to tie this game up. They need two goals in the next four minutes or will face the prospect of heading to Vegas with the series tied 1-1.

10:26 p.m. — Another post for Vegas! That’s three on the night for the Golden Knights and four total coming on this end of the ice. Shea Theodore is the latest to see his shot stopped by the iron.

10:18 p.m. — GOAL! And Bell MTS Place is quiet once again. The Golden Knights counter on a 2-on-1 and Reilly Smith holds on to the puck just long enough to slide a pass beyond the reach of a sliding Morrissey to Jonathan Marchessault, who converts on the backhand for his second goal of the night. It’s 3-1 Vegas as the Knights respond 1:28 after Connor’s strike.

10:16 p.m. — GOAL! Kyle Connor cuts the Vegas lead in half. Marc-Andre Fleury will want that one back as the Golden Knights goaltender gets beat by a bad-angle shot. The Winnipeg crowd is back into it as we reach the 12-minute mark of the third.

10:13 p.m. — Another 2-on-1 for the Jets, but Perreault can’t connect with Tanev’s pass. Winnipeg keeps up the pressure and earns a power play as Sbisa is whistled for tripping.

10:11 p.m. — Good start to the period for Winnipeg. Scheifele and Wheeler enter the offensive zone on a 2-on-1 break, but Reilly Smith hustles back to bother Scheifele and Fleury deals with Wheeler’s effort.

10:09 p.m. — Ehlers fires a shot off the side of the net that some fans think went in, but to their disappointment Vegas clears and kills off the penalty.

10:06 p.m. — The puck is dropped and away we go in the third period. The Jets, who still trail 2-0, will start on the power play for 1:57.
Second Period: Golden Knights 2, Jets 0

Shots: Golden Knights 21, Jets 19

9:47 p.m. — The Jets will start the third period with a power play as Brayden McNabb is whistled for tripping Blake Wheeler with 2.7 seconds remaining in the second.

9:44 p.m. — Tomas Nosek tries a stuff attempt on Hellebuyck, but the Jets goaltender is equal to it. Less than two minutes remaining to play in the period.

9:37 p.m. — The referees are letting the two teams play as the physicality escalates. Tyler Myers gets away with a jab to the face of Vegas forward Pierre-Edouard Bellemare that sends his helmet flying. Shortly after, Ben Chariot takes down Erik Haula as the Knights forward tried to cut to the net. We play on…

9:28 p.m. — Winnipeg is finally getting some more time in the offensive zone, but the Jets are struggling to get a lot of shots through on Fleury. The Golden Knights are doing a good job shutting down the shooting lanes, forcing Laine and others to hesitate with their attempts at goal. The Jets had 10 shots in the first nine minutes of play and have had five in 20+ minutes since.

9:19 p.m. — Post! This time it’s Marc-Andre Fleury that benefits from the frame of the goal as Jets forward Andrew Copp strikes the iron with a shot from in close. That’s three posts at this end of the ice in the first 26 minutes of play…

9:12 p.m. — Early power play opportunity for Vegas as Blake Wheeler is whistled for holding Nate Schmidt in the offensive zone. The Golden Knights retain possession for most of the two minutes and fire a few shots at Hellebuyck, but the Jets kill it off. Josh Morrissey limps to the bench after a big shot block, but the defenseman seems to be okay to continue.

9:10 p.m. — The puck is dropped for the start of the second period. The Golden Knights lead the Jets 2-0.
First Period: Golden Knights 2, Jets 0

Shots: Golden Knights 13, Jets 11

8:50 p.m. — Two posts for Vegas! The Golden Knights are dominating the play at the moment and nearly make it 3-0 late in the period. Erik Haula breaks in right off the faceoff following the Marchessault goal and beats Hellebuyck high on his glove side, but strikes the iron. 90 seconds later, Ryan Carpenter skates in and fizzes a shot that is also denied by the post.

8:48 p.m. — GOAL! Jonathan Marchessault doubles the Vegas lead. The Jets turn the puck over in the neutral zone and the Golden Knights take advantage. Reilly Smith breaks up the play and finds Marchessault, who skates in on a breakaway and beats Hellebuyck between the pads.

8:41 p.m. — GOAL! Just after the teams return to 5-on-5 play, the Golden Knights take the lead. Tomas Tatar, in his return to the lineup, fires a shot from in close off the post and quickly finds the rebound and tucks it into the net before a scrambling Connor Hellebuyck can recover.

Latvia vs Denmark Live

LIVE-Latvia – Denmark World Championship – 15 May 2018

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Canada vs Germany Live Stream

Winter Olympics 2018: Canada stunned by Germany 4-3, play Czechs next for Bronze

For the second consecutive game, Germany knocked off a heavily-favored opponent on Friday. As a result, Germany will play in its first men’s Olympic hockey gold medal game on Saturday against the Olympic Athletes from Russia.

Germany stunned Canada 4-3 in the semifinals, two days after taking out Sweden with a 4-3 quarterfinals overtime victory. Canada, the two-time defending Olympic gold medalists, face the Czech Republic in the bronze medal game on Saturday.

Perhaps Canada took Germany too lightly. It sure looked that way as the Canadian men seemed to sleepwalk through the first two periods, trailing 3-0 and then 4-1. They came alive in the third period, scoring twice before falling short.

As Canada rallied to pull within one on Derek Roy’s goal at 9:42 of the third, it was easy to look back on several major missed chances by the Germans to put the game away. Up 4-1 in the second period, Germany failed to score on a five-minute power play after Gilbert Brule was ejected for a hit. to the head Then the Germans did not score on a power play in the final minutes of period number two and failed on a penalty shot — while up 4-2 — at 3:21 of the third.

That penalty shot save was the bright spot in a rough game for Canadian goalie Kevin Poulin. Starting in place of the injured Ben Scrivens, Poulin stopped only 11 of 15 shots. He surrendered three goals on three shots to start the second period, and four goals on five shots bridging the first two periods. He entered the game not having allowed a single goal on 34 shots in Pyeongchang.

Goaltending, poise, defensive miscues, lack of sustained offensive pressure. It was all on display in the dispirited defeat for Canada.

Third Period

9:33 Germany will face OAR in gold medal game Saturday. Canada will face Czech Republic for bronze medal earlier in the day.

9:32 Wild scramble, chances for Roy and Bourque. It’s over. Germany defeats Canada 4-3.

9:30 Timeout Germany after an icing with 1:07 to play.

9:28 With 1:40 to play, Poulin to the bench, 6th attacker on.

9:27 Face off in neutral zone so Poulin back in net. 2:09 to play.

9:27 Canada pulls Poulin for 6th attacker with 2:22 to play.

9:24 Back to 5-on-5. Thomas zips right-wing shot on net. Save Aus Den Birken. 3:15 to play.

9:20 Thomas of Canada, Ehrhoff for Germany coincidental minors with 5:38 to play.

9:18 Canada now 2-for-7 on the power play. Under seven minutes to play in regulation.

9:13 O’Dell is tripped behind German net. Canada power play at 10:53.

9:10 Derek Roy centering pass goes in off German skate. Power play goal at 9:42. Germany leads 4-3 .

9:09 Point-blank save by Aus Den Birken. Germany takes cross checking penalty at 9:15, O’Dell is crushed in crease. Canada critical power play.

9:04 Canada getting pucks and bodies to the net more consistently now. Will it be enough? Two goals down, 13:37 left in regulation.

9:00 Poulin denies Kahun on penalty shot. Stick save on low shot.

8:59 Penalty shot coming up for Germany after player hauled down on breakaway after terrible Canadian turnover at 3:21

8:57 Mat Robinson goes to the net, buries backhand off 2-on-1 rush after Christian Thomas pass at 2:42. Germany leads 4-2 .

Russia vs Sweden Live Stream

Russia vs Sweden routs Belarus at ice hockey worlds

HERNING, Denmark (AP) — The United States beat Sweden 3-0 to stay unbeaten and Russia shut out a third straight opponent at the world ice hockey championship on Monday.

Russia routed Belarus 6-0.

Sweden captain Patrick Kane broke the deadlock against Sweden and assisted on the other two goals in the hard-fought Group B game in Herning.

Sweden goalie Niklas Treutle didn’t allow the Sweden to score from 11 shots on goal in the first period. Treutle’s teammates also killed three penalties in the second period. Kane finally made the breakthrough midway through the game on another power play with a one-timer to the roof of the net.

”It was a great pass from Johnny (Gaudreau), it was fun to be on the receiving end of that one,” Kane said.

”It was a big goal. Zero-zero against a team like Sweden that came out really strong and they kind of hanged around there.”

Just over two minutes later, Derek Ryan added an insurance goal also on a power play. In the final period, Kane found his NHL teammate Alex DeBrincat in front of the net for the third goal.

”It’s awesome to play with (Kane),” DeBrincat said. ”He gets so many chances in a game. It’s pretty hard not to score.”

Sweden goalie Keith Kinkaid stopped 24 shots for his second straight shutout.

It was the third consecutive defeat for Sweden, the runner- up at the Pyeongchang Olympics.

The Sweden team faces Latvia next.

Veteran captain Pavel Datsyuk led the high-scoring Russians with two goals against Belarus in Group A in Copenhagen.

Maxim Shalunov, Ilya Kablukov, Maxim Mamin and Kirill Kaprizov also scored. Russia has 20 goals in three games.

Later Monday, Canada faced host Denmark in Herning, and defending champion Sweden played France in Copenhagen.

Slovakia vs Belarus Live

LIVE Belarus – Slovakia World Championship – 15 May 2018

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Switzerland vs France Live Stream

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Canada vs Latvia Live

LIVE-CANADA – LATVIA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP – 14 MAY 2018

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LIVE-CZECH REPUBLIC – AUSTRIA- WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP – 14 MAY 2018

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