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Sochi 2014: Canada Becomes the Sochi Olympics 2014 Ice Hockey Champion
24.02.2014 09:02
Sochi 2014: Canada Becomes the Sochi Olympics 2014 Ice Hockey Champion

The final hockey match between Canada and Sweden at the Bolshoy Ice Palace took place on February 23, the last Olympic day, to become an exciting end to the Olympic Winter Games in Sochi.

      Canadian hockey team grabbed the last of the 98 gold medals. The Vancouver Olympic Champions did not give Sweden a chance, winning 3-0.

      The Canadians opened the scoring in the middle of the 1st period with a goal from Jonathan Toews. Sidney Crosby built on the success of his team in the 36th minute, and Chris Kunitz dispelled all doubts about the winner of the Olympic Games in Sochi in 2014 - he hit the back of the Swedish goal in the 50th minute.

Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: Sochi Olympic Games 2014 hockey Canada Sochi 2014  

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