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Canada comes from behind to claim cup
Down one late in the third period, Team Canada comes from behind with the help of goals from Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand to claim the World Cup of Hockey title over Team Europe.
Marchand wrists cup-winning goal
With under a minute to go and the score tied at 1-1, Jonathan Toews passes the puck back to Brad Marchand, who quickly shoots a wrister towards the net and scores the winning goal giving Canada the World Cup of Hockey title.
Canada scores two late goals, wins cup
Patrice Bergeron scores a goal on a deflection to tie the game at 1-1 with 2:53 left. A couple of minutes later, Brad Marchand wrists the game-winning goal clinching the World Cup of Hockey title for Team Canada.