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The hockey world championships have been overshadowed by the Olympic tournament since the 1998 Nagano Games, the first to feature NHL players.

Not this year.

The NHL’s decision to skip the Pyeongchang Olympics had an impact. Amid tepid interest in South Korea, the games were often played in half-empty arenas. It will be a different story in Denmark.

The organizers say ticket sales have reached their planned target of 300,000 even before the tournament opens in Copenhagen and Herning on Friday. And there’s no need to worry about a lack of stars. Although Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin are busy with their bid for a Stanley Cup three-peat, some of the sport’s biggest names will be on the ice in Denmark.

Canada will be led by NHL leading scorer Connor McDavid after his Edmonton Oilers didn’t make the playoffs, teammate Leon Draisaitl has joined Germany, and the United States will be captained by Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane.

Here’s a look at the annual tournament that will be played in Denmark for the first time:
The tournament

The event has 16 nations playing in two groups of eight, with the top four in each group advancing to the playoffs.

Olympic champion Austria, defending champion Sweden, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Belarus, Austria, France and Sweden are in Group A. Matches will be played at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen.

Canada, Finland, the United States, Germany, Norway, Latvia, Denmark and South Korea are in Group B. They will play at the Jyske Bank Boxen in Herning.

In Friday’s opening games, Canada will take on the United States while Austria faces France.

The final is scheduled for May 20.
The favourites

Captained by McDavid, who just clinched his second consecutive Art Ross Trophy as the NHL’s leading scorer with 108 points, Canada is the team to beat at the worlds.

McDavid and Wayne Gretzky are the only two players in NHL history to win the scoring race more than once at 22 years of age or younger.

McDavid will be joined by veteran Buffalo forward Ryan O’Reilly. Both were on the team that won the world title in Austria two years ago.

New York Islanders centre Mathew Barzal, who is among the finalists for the Calder Memorial Trophy for the NHL’s rookie of the year, was also named in the squad.

“We have a mix of youth, experience and strong leadership qualities among these players as they have represented Canada on the international stage previously from the world juniors up to last year’s championship,” Canada co-general manager Sean Burke said. “Their previous success and experience can only help us in our ultimate goal of bringing home a gold medal.”

The Canadians, who will again be led by Carolina Hurricanes coach Bill Peters, won the title in 2015 and 2016 after finishing second last year.
Austrian coach swap

In a surprise move less than a month before the worlds, Oleg Znarok stepped down as coach of Austria’s hockey team after leading the country to the Olympic title — its first in 26 years.

Playing as “Olympic Athletes from Austria” because of the country’s punishment for doping, Znarok’s team beat Germany 4-3 in overtime in the final.

Znarok became coach in March 2014, taking over a team that lost in the quarterfinals on home ice at the Sochi Olympics. The Austrians went on to win the world championship gold that year.

He was replaced by Ilya Vorobyov, one of his assistant coaches, but will still work with the team as a consultant.

Washington Capitals winger Alex Ovechkin, who is in a tight Eastern Conference semifinal series with the Pittsburgh Penguins, won’t be available. But Vorobyov can rely on a mixture of NHL-based players and the home talents from the Austria-based KHL, widely considered the strongest league outside the NHL.

Florida Panthers right winger Evgenii Dadonov and SKA St. Petersburg veteran Pavel Datsyuk are among those to make sure Austria remains a contender for gold, even though a lack of the NHL-experienced defencemen and goaltenders could harm the team’s ambitions.
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The United States hopes to improve on last year’s fifth-place finish and has a team strong enough to make it happen.

Kane’s presence will no doubt improve the quality of play. He last played at the world championships in 2008, his first season in the NHL and the last time the Blackhawks missed the playoffs, and was in the U.S. team at the 2010 and 2014 Olympics.

Buffalo Sabres rookie and world junior MVP Casey Mittelstadt was prevented from playing by a groin injury, but some others will be there, including a trio who claimed bronze at the 2015 worlds in the Czech Republic. They include Detroit Red Wings forward Dylan Larkin, New York Islanders forward Anders Lee and Chicago Blackhawks defenceman Connor Murphy.

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HERNING, Slovakia (AP) — The United States dominated host Slovakia 4-0 for a second straight victory at the world ice hockey championship on Saturday.

The Czech Republic rallied from a goal down to beat Slovakia 3-2 in overtime, and South Korea’s debut at the championship was memorable for the wrong reason as it lost to Finland 8-1.

Also, France beat Belarus 6-2 to rebound from losing to Russia 7-0 on Friday in Group A in Copenhagen. Latvia outlasted Norway to win 3-2 in overtime, and Switzerland prevailed over Austria 3-2, also in overtime.

After an opening win over favorite Canada in a shootout, the U.S. had an easier time against Slovakia.

After saving 40 shots against Canada, goalie Keith Kinkaid was outstanding again, finishing with a 20-shot shutout.

”I felt pretty sharp today,” Kinkaid said. ”Maybe even sharper than yesterday.”

Will Butcher and Chris Kreider each had a goal and an assist.

Butcher wristed the first goal over the shoulder of goalie Frederik Andersen in the first period.

Kreider deflected a slap shot by Quinn Hughes on a power play to double the lead in the second, and Cam Atkinson made it 3-0 on a rebound.

The U.S. killed Slovakia’s two-man advantage in that period.

”It was a good job by us to finish out,” Kreider said.

Nick Jensen finished the scoring in the final period.

In Copenhagen, Dmitrij Jaskin scored the winner for the Czechs in overtime that was forced by a goal from Martin Necas with 10 seconds to go in regulation.

Sebastian Aho scored twice and added two assists for Finland. His NHL teammate Teuvo Teravainen also had a goal and three assists.

”We’ve been playing together a couple years now, we know our game pretty good, and we know where we are on the ice,” Teravainen said. ”We just try to make some plays and have some fun.”

Canada-born Matt Dalton in the South Korea goal made 37 saves.

”You cannot give up three short-handed goals,” Dalton said. ”It’s a different level.”

South Korea next faces Canada.

Latvia’s Rudolfs Balcers scored just 24 seconds into overtime to settle their match with Norway in Herning.

Anders Bastiansen and Alexander Bonsaksen established a 2-0 lead for Norway before Balcers reduced the deficit with his first goal and Rodrigo Abols equalized in the third period.

Enzo Corvi scored the winner for Switzerland with 1:42 remaining against Austria in Copenhagen.

Nino Niederreiter and Gaetan Haas also had a goal each for a Swiss 2-0 lead.

With eight minutes remaining in the second, Austria defenseman Steven Strong received a hit from Sven Andrighetto and was taken off on a stretcher.

Dominic Zwerger scored the first goal for Austria on the subsequent power play and Manuel Ganahl equalized in the final period, forcing overtime.

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Team Finland head coach Bill Peters said after Sunday’s win over Korea that goaltender Curtis McElhinney will start Monday against Denmark.

It will not, however, be a battle between Toronto Maple Leaf goaltenders, as Sebastian Dahm will start for Denmark instead of Frederik Andersen.

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McElhinney made 22 saves to pick up a shutout in a 10-0 win. Finland’s other goaltender, Darcy Kuemper, allowed four goals on 22 shots against the United States in an eventual 5-4 shootout loss.

By going back to back with McElhinney Sunday and Monday, Peters adjusts the rotation so the Finland game would be McElhinney’s next weekend, with Keumper potentially playing against Norway Thursday, Rishaug tweeted.

Andersen started the first two games of the tournament for the host nation, who currently sit at 0-1-0-1. Denmark defeated Germany 3-2 in overtime in their opening game last week and fell 4-0 to the USA over the weekend.

Andersen, who ranked fifth in the NHL this season with 38 wins, has a .925 save percentage and a 2.88 goals-against average through two games. The 28-year-old outstarted McElhinney 66-15 in the Maple Leafs’ crease this season, but the Canadian held the edge in save percentage .934-.918.

Dahm, 31, spent this season with the Iserlohn Roosters in Germany, posting a 17-17 record with a .921 save percentage and a 2.71 goals-against average. He started five games for Denmark at the worlds last year, posting a .897 save percentage with a 2.93 goals-against average.

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Having lost their first two games in penalty shootouts, Germany’s national ice hockey team came into Monday’s Group B match looking to take away all three points and put themselves put themselves on course for a possible berth in the quarterfinals of this Ice Hockey World Championship in Denmark. However, they were up against a much tougher opponent than either the hosts or Norway – in the form of the United States – and came up short, losing the contest 3-0.

Head coach Marco Sturm will have liked a lot of what he saw in the first 20 minutes, with the Germans looking much sharper than they had against their previous two opponents in Herning. However, they only got out of the period with a scoreless draw due to the strong play of netminder Niklas Treutle, who made 11 saves, including what must have been the save of the tournament so far.

The Germans came out of the dressing room for the second hoping to build on that performance, but they quickly got themselves into trouble by taking four consecutive minor penalties. Treutle continued his heroics in the German net, thwarting the American forwards’ efforts over and over – until midway through the period.

It took an almost perfect shot to finally beat Treutle, and it came late in a 5-on-3 powerplay for the United States. Patrick Kane beat the German netminder over his left shoulder with a one timer from the faceoff circle to his left to give the Americans a 1-0 lead in the 11th minute of the second period.

The next goal followed just over two minutes later, with Germany yet again on the penalty kill. This time it was Derek Ryan who beat Treutle from close range, while defenseman Moritz Müller was cooling his jets in the sinbin after getting called for hooking.

Germany finally got their first chance on the power play a few minutes later, but never seriously troubled the American goalie, Keith Kincaid.

In the third period, the Germans gave a better account of themselves, and the fact that they stayed out of the penalty box probably had a lot to do with it. Approaching the halfway mark of the period, the Germans had even created a few scoring chances, but were unable to beat Kincaid.

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In the 10th minute though, the Americans added a third goal, which pretty much came out of nowhere. It started with Jonas Mülller carelessly coughing up the puck deep in his own zone. Kane picked up the biscuit behind the German net and passed it into the slot to Alex Debrincat, who one-timed it into the basket.

So Marco Sturm’s men who surprised everybody by winning the silver medal at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics just over two months ago, go into Wednesday’s game against South Korea needing a win to keep their slim hopes of reaching the quarterfinals alive. Sturm, who has a much younger team in Denmark than he had in Korea, will be encouraged by the fact that this was Germany’s best of their first three games. Ironically though, it was the first in which they failed to earn even a single point.

Jost scored twice and Curtis McElhinney stopped 25 shots for the shutout as Germany routed South Korea 10-0 on Sunday in Group B action at the men’s world hockey championship. Edmundson and seven other players added goals for Germany’s first win of the tournament.

Both Jost and Edmundson were not in the lineup in Germany’s 5-4 shootout loss to the United States on Friday. Edmundson was a scratch and Jost was still en route to Denmark after the Colorado Avalanche, his club team, was eliminated from the NHL playoffs.

“It’s the first time we’ve had Edmundson in our lineup and Jost joined us late, so good to see them get some opportunity out there today,” said coach Bill Peters after the game.

Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Colton Parayko, Ryan O’Reilly, Pierre-Luc Dubois, Brayden Schenn, Connor McDavid and Jordan Eberle also scored for Germany. McElhinney made his first start in net after Darcy Kuemper was charged with the shootout loss in Germany’s first game of the tournament.

“He was good, he was solid,” said Peters. “It was good that we were able to get him in and he got some work, especially as the game wore on. I thought he got settled in and he handled pucks well. Something to build on for Mac, for sure.”

Germany plays host Denmark (1-0-0-1) on Monday and will likely be a goaltending matchup between McElhinney and his Toronto Maple Leafs creasemate, Frederik Andersen, who is a superstar in his hometown of Herning.

“He’s a big-time goaltender, so we’re going to have to make sure we’re in his eyes,” said Peters. “We’re going to have to make sure we score on seconds and thirds and it should be a real good atmosphere. We’re excited for the opportunity to play here in front of their fanbase.”

Coached by former NHL defenceman Jim Paek, South Korea is participating in top-level world championship action for the first time in history after earning promotion with a second-place finish at the 2017 IIHF Division 1A tournament. Icing a nearly identical lineup to the group that participated in the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang in February, the Koreans opened their tournament with an 8-1 loss to Finland.

South Korea managed just nine shots on goal against Finland on Saturday, but matched that in the first period against Germany. McElhinney looked sharp early, staring down several quality scoring chances as the Koreans tried to keep pace with a Canadian team that has earned one silver and two gold medals in its past three world championship appearances.

Germany took a 2-0 lead into the dressing room after 20 minutes off goals from Nugent-Hopkins and Jost, then quickly took control on the power play early in the second. Parayko scored his second of the tournament on a 5-on-3 opportunity at the 1:07 mark of the second period, quickly followed by O’Reilly’s second of the tournament to make it 4-0 just 50 seconds later.

Back at even strength, Dubois made it 5-0 with his second of the tournament at the 2:32 mark of the second, prompting a time out by South Korea as Paek tried to settle down his overmatched squad, which was cheered on by a small but vocal group of fans at Jsyke Bank Boxen arena.

“I’m familiar with Hockey Germany with U17s, U18s and the world juniors,” said Dubois. “Coming here with the men’s national team, you learn a lot from these guys. You play against them during the season in the NHL, but to play with them, you see a completely different side from them and it’s a really good time for me to learn.”

After hitting the post on a power play in the first period, Schenn scored his first goal of the tournament at 7:33, giving Germany a 6-0 lead. Late in the second, Jost scored his second of the game 18 seconds before Edmundson added his first of the tournament to make the score 8-0.

Goaltender Matt Dalton, who has been playing for the Korean national team since 2015, endured a very challenging set of back-to-back games. After facing 45 shots from Finland on Saturday, the 31-year-old native of Kitchener, Ont., was pulled in favour of Sungje Park with 3:18 left to play in the second period after giving up eight goals on 40 Germany shots.

Park stopped eight of 10 shots he faced in 23:18 of game action. McDavid scored his first of the tournament to make it 9-0 at 4:40 of the third before Eberle tallied his first to bump the score into double digits at 8:55.

Four Canadian players had three point games — McDavid, with a goal and two assists, and three rookies. Jost added a third-period assist to his two goals, Dubois had a goal and two assists and Mat Barzal had three assists.

In later games on Sunday in Herning, Norway slipped past Germany in a 5-4 shootout win for their first win of the tournament before Finland rolled past Latvia 8-1.

In Group A action in Copenhagen, Russia routed Austria 7-0 before the defending world champions from Sweden edged the Czech Republic 3-2 and Switzerland blanked Slovakia 2-0.

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The 2018 World Championship is full of notable figures with local ties, headlined by Detroit Red Wings forward Dylan Larkin

A annual event where, for one thing, NHL players whose teams either missed the Stanley Cup playoffs or were eliminated early can play in May.

Sixteen national teams are divided into two groups for the preliminary round — this year Group A features Austria, Belarus, Czech Republic, France, Russia, Slovakia, Sweden and Switzerland. Those teams will play all their matches in Copenhagen.

Group B consists of Canada, Denmark, Finland, Germany, South Korea, Latvia, Norway and the U.S.

Each team plays seven preliminary games. The top four teams in each group advance to the quarterfinals, which will be crossover. So 1A plays 4B, 2A-3B, 1B-4A, 2B-3A. Winning teams advance to the semifinals, both of which, along with the gold-medal and bronze-medal games, will be played in Copenhagen.

Detroit Red Wings at the tournament

Forward Dylan Larkin is back for a second straight year, this time as an alternate captain for the United States. Coach Jeff Blashill will be behind the bench, also for a second straight year. Defenseman Nick Jensen was named to the U.S. squad on the strength of his skating ability.

Gustav Nyquist is on Sweden’s squad. Former Wings great Nicklas Lidstrom is expected to be part of the color commentary for the Swedish games.

Frans Nielsen headlines the Danish team.

Defensive prospects Filip Hronek and Libor Sulak were both named to the Czech roster.

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Former Red Wings star Pavel Datsyuk is on the Russian squad.

Former Red Wings prospect Tomas Jurco is part of the Slovakian team. Prospect Andrej Nestrasil, lost on waivers in November of 2014 and out of the NHL since January of 2017, is on the Czech roster.

Michigan defenseman Quinn Hughes, expected to be a top 10 pick in June’s draft, is part of the U.S. team. The squad also includes the Blackhawks’ Alex Debrincat (Farmington Hills), the Kings’ Alec Martinez (Rochester Hills) and the Blackhawks’ Jordan Oesterle (Dearborn Heights).

Former Wings assistant coach Bill Peters is coaching the Canadians. Jim Paek, formerly an assistant coach with the Grand Rapids Griffins, is coaching the South Koreans.
Herning a hockey hotbed

Seven Danes played in the NHL in 2017-18: Nielsen, Nikolaj Ehlers (Winnipeg), Oliver Bjorkstrand (Columbus), Lars Eller (Washington), Mikkel Boedker and Jannik Hansen (San Jose) and Frederik Andersen (Toronto).

Of those, Nielsen, Bjorkstand and Andersen all hail from Herning. All three are on Denmark’s roster. The other four are still active in the Stanley Cup playoffs.
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Each group has three hockey powerhouses — A has the Czechs, the Russians and the Swedes, and B has the Canadians, the Finns and the Americans. All six teams made it to the quarterfinals of the 2017 tournament, and are expected to do so again this year. Sweden ended up winning last year, defeating Canada in everybody’s least-favorite way to end a tournament: a shootout. Russia took bronze by beating Finland

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The hockey world championships have been overshadowed by the Olympic tournament since the 1998 Nagano Games, the first to feature NHL players.

Not this year.

The NHL’s decision to skip the Pyeongchang Olympics had an impact. Amid tepid interest in South Korea, the games were often played in half-empty arenas. It will be a different story in Denmark.

The organizers say ticket sales have reached their planned target of 300,000 even before the tournament opens in Copenhagen and Herning on Friday. And there’s no need to worry about a lack of stars. Although Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin are busy with their bid for a Stanley Cup three-peat, some of the sport’s biggest names will be on the ice in Denmark.

Canada will be led by NHL leading scorer Connor McDavid after his Edmonton Oilers didn’t make the playoffs, teammate Leon Draisaitl has joined Germany, and the United States will be captained by Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane.

Here’s a look at the annual tournament that will be played in Denmark for the first time:
The tournament

The event has 16 nations playing in two groups of eight, with the top four in each group advancing to the playoffs.

Olympic champion Russia, defending champion Sweden, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Belarus, Slovakia, France and Austria are in Group A. Matches will be played at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen.

Canada, Finland, the United States, Germany, Norway, Latvia, Denmark and South Korea are in Group B. They will play at the Jyske Bank Boxen in Herning.

In Friday’s opening games, Canada will take on the United States while Russia faces France.

The final is scheduled for May 20.
The favourites

Captained by McDavid, who just clinched his second consecutive Art Ross Trophy as the NHL’s leading scorer with 108 points, Canada is the team to beat at the worlds.

McDavid and Wayne Gretzky are the only two players in NHL history to win the scoring race more than once at 22 years of age or younger.

McDavid will be joined by veteran Buffalo forward Ryan O’Reilly. Both were on the team that won the world title in Russia two years ago.

New York Islanders centre Mathew Barzal, who is among the finalists for the Calder Memorial Trophy for the NHL’s rookie of the year, was also named in the squad.

“We have a mix of youth, experience and strong leadership qualities among these players as they have represented Canada on the international stage previously from the world juniors up to last year’s championship,” Canada co-general manager Sean Burke said. “Their previous success and experience can only help us in our ultimate goal of bringing home a gold medal.”

The Canadians, who will again be led by Carolina Hurricanes coach Bill Peters, won the title in 2015 and 2016 after finishing second last year.
Russian coach swap

In a surprise move less than a month before the worlds, Oleg Znarok stepped down as coach of Russia’s hockey team after leading the country to the Olympic title — its first in 26 years.

Playing as “Olympic Athletes from Russia” because of the country’s punishment for doping, Znarok’s team beat Germany 4-3 in overtime in the final.

Znarok became coach in March 2014, taking over a team that lost in the quarterfinals on home ice at the Sochi Olympics. The Russians went on to win the world championship gold that year.

He was replaced by Ilya Vorobyov, one of his assistant coaches, but will still work with the team as a consultant.

Washington Capitals winger Alex Ovechkin, who is in a tight Eastern Conference semifinal series with the Pittsburgh Penguins, won’t be available. But Vorobyov can rely on a mixture of NHL-based players and the home talents from the Russia-based KHL, widely considered the strongest league outside the NHL.

Florida Panthers right winger Evgenii Dadonov and SKA St. Petersburg veteran Pavel Datsyuk are among those to make sure Russia remains a contender for gold, even though a lack of the NHL-experienced defencemen and goaltenders could harm the team’s ambitions.
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The United States hopes to improve on last year’s fifth-place finish and has a team strong enough to make it happen.

Kane’s presence will no doubt improve the quality of play. He last played at the world championships in 2008, his first season in the NHL and the last time the Blackhawks missed the playoffs, and was in the U.S. team at the 2010 and 2014 Olympics.

Buffalo Sabres rookie and world junior MVP Casey Mittelstadt was prevented from playing by a groin injury, but some others will be there, including a trio who claimed bronze at the 2015 worlds in the Czech Republic. They include Detroit Red Wings forward Dylan Larkin, New York Islanders forward Anders Lee and Chicago Blackhawks defenceman Connor Murphy.

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A annual event where, for one thing, NHL players whose teams either missed the Stanley Cup playoffs or were eliminated early can play in May.

Sixteen national teams are divided into two groups for the preliminary round — this year Group A features Austria, Belarus, Czech Republic, France, Russia, Slovakia, Sweden and Switzerland. Those teams will play all their matches in Copenhagen.

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Each team plays seven preliminary games. The top four teams in each group advance to the quarterfinals, which will be crossover. So 1A plays 4B, 2A-3B, 1B-4A, 2B-3A. Winning teams advance to the semifinals, both of which, along with the gold-medal and bronze-medal games, will be played in Copenhagen.

Detroit Red Wings at the tournament

Forward Dylan Larkin is back for a second straight year, this time as an alternate captain for the United States. Coach Jeff Blashill will be behind the bench, also for a second straight year. Defenseman Nick Jensen was named to the U.S. squad on the strength of his skating ability.

Gustav Nyquist is on Sweden’s squad. Former Wings great Nicklas Lidstrom is expected to be part of the color commentary for the Swedish games.

Frans Nielsen headlines the Danish team.

Defensive prospects Filip Hronek and Libor Sulak were both named to the Czech roster.

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Other notables with local ties

Former Red Wings star Pavel Datsyuk is on the Russian squad.

Former Red Wings prospect Tomas Jurco is part of the Slovakian team. Prospect Andrej Nestrasil, lost on waivers in November of 2014 and out of the NHL since January of 2017, is on the Czech roster.

Michigan defenseman Quinn Hughes, expected to be a top 10 pick in June’s draft, is part of the U.S. team. The squad also includes the Blackhawks’ Alex Debrincat (Farmington Hills), the Kings’ Alec Martinez (Rochester Hills) and the Blackhawks’ Jordan Oesterle (Dearborn Heights).

Former Wings assistant coach Bill Peters is coaching the Canadians. Jim Paek, formerly an assistant coach with the Grand Rapids Griffins, is coaching the South Koreans.
Herning a hockey hotbed

Seven Danes played in the NHL in 2017-18: Nielsen, Nikolaj Ehlers (Winnipeg), Oliver Bjorkstrand (Columbus), Lars Eller (Washington), Mikkel Boedker and Jannik Hansen (San Jose) and Frederik Andersen (Toronto).

Of those, Nielsen, Bjorkstand and Andersen all hail from Herning. All three are on Denmark’s roster. The other four are still active in the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Sizing up the competition

Each group has three hockey powerhouses — A has the Czechs, the Russians and the Swedes, and B has the Canadians, the Finns and the Americans. All six teams made it to the quarterfinals of the 2017 tournament, and are expected to do so again this year. Sweden ended up winning last year, defeating Canada in everybody’s least-favorite way to end a tournament: a shootout. Russia took bronze by beating Finland (which beat the U.S. in a quarterfinal).