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Russia beats Canada to win World Hockey Title
11.05.2009 11:27
Russia beats Canada to win World Hockey Title
Alexander Radulov

Russia confirmed its leadership in hockey worldwide after it beat Canadians in the final match held on Sunday in Switzerland.
      In the first period Jason Spezza gave Canada an early lead but Oleg Saprykin scored the first goal, hence equalizing the game. Alexander Radulov's goal five minutes from the end of the second brought the victory to Russia.
      Russia's Ilya Kovalchuk was named player of the tournament (MVP) , while Ilya Bryzgalov, Russian goal-minder, who saved 37 out 38 shots, became the best player of the final match.


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