Found May 04, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
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Lindy Ruff and Team Canada defeated Denmark 3-1 at the World Hockey Championships on Saturday. Denmark led 1-0 after twenty minutes, however, Canada dominated the final forty minutes to seal the win. Colorado Av Matt Duchene scored twice in the win. Steven Stamkos also scored for Canada, who now move on to play Switzerland. Ruff is the head coach, while Barry Trotz, Doug Shedden and Dave...
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