Canada Stuns Finnish Crowd to Win IIHF Inline World Championships

Just months after winning both the World Juniors and World Championships on ice, Team Canada finished off the 2014-2015 hockey season with a championship at the IIHF Inline World Championships, defeating Finland by a score of 4-2 on Saturday. Finland came into the match as the pre-game favourites. Champions of the 2014 event over Canada last year, Finland came into the final with...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

Canada Set for Inline Rematch with Finland After 6-2 Win Over Sweden

A four goal fourth frame was what it would end up taking for Canada to go to the finals, earning a birth in 2015 Inline World Championship gold medal game on Saturday following a 6-2 win over Sweden. It took about eight minutes of conservative hockey before the game’s first goal would come to fruition. While Canada has struggled at points defensively, especially in their 6-5 win...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

Canada Survives Terrible Second Half to Overcome Germany 6-4

It was close, but the 6-4 decision by Canada at the Inline World Hockey Championships against Germany on Monday was good enough to stay undefeated. It took the Canadians almost no time to find the back of the net. With just over a minute off the clock, Dave Hammond’s shot was stopped by the left pad of German netminder Jochen Vollmer. The German defenseman in front of the net...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Canada Tackles Slovakia 5-2 in Inline World Championship Opener

The start of the 2015 IIHF Inline World Hockey Championships started off positively for Canada as the 2014 silver medalists finished off their first game with a 5-2 victory over Slovakia. Canada looked like they had control of the game early on. Playing a faster, more open-ended style of play, Canada forced Slovak netminder Vladimir Neumann to make some tough stop early, including...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Wild forward Brett Bulmer reassigned to Iowa

Before leaving on a two-game, West Coast swing, the Minnesota Wild sent forward Brett Bulmer back to Iowa of the American Hockey League. Bulmer, 21, was reassigned to Iowa a day after being recalled by Minnesota. Bulmer played 6 minutes, 18 seconds in Saturday night's 5-3 win against the Washington Capitals. Bulmer has played five games with the Wild this season, recording seven...
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January 05, 2014  |  Discuss
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