The Canadian team lost to the Danes in the World Hockey Championship match for the first time in history.
MOSCOW, May 23 – RIA Novosti. The Canadian team lost to the Danish team in the group stage match of the Ice Hockey World Championship held in Finland.
Group A match ended 3:2 (2:0, 0:1, 1:1) in favor of the Danes. The winning goals were scored by Markus Lauridsen (10th minute), Peter Regin (15) and Matthias Bau (53). Canadians Max Comtua (23) and Ryan Graves (57) scored.
Team Canada dropped to fourth place with 12 points. The Danes (12 points) beat the Canadians in personal talks to move up to third place. In the final match of the group stage, Canadian hockey players will play against the French on May 24, while the Danish team will play against the Slovaks on the same day.
In the group B parallel match, the England team lost to the Austrian team with a score of 3:5 (1:0, 1:0, 1:5) and lost its place in the elite league with seven defeats. of the World Cup.
The World Championship will end on May 29. The national teams of Russia and Belarus missed the tournament due to the sanctions of the International Ice Hockey Federation. The Russian team was replaced by the French team, the Belarusians were replaced by the Austrians.
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