Defending champion Russia beats Denmark 5-2 at hockey worlds

PRAGUE (AP) Defending champion Russia bounced back from a loss to the United States with a 5-2 victory over Denmark at the ice hockey world championship on Wednesday. Also, Latvia ended a three-game losing streak by edging Switzerland 2-1. Sergei Mozyakin scored two goals to help Russia to its third win in four games. Artemi Panarin, Evgeni Dadonov and St. Louis Blues forward Vladimir...
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