Detroit Red Wings
- Europe outlasts Sweden to reach World Cup finals
- Team Europe shocks Sweden with Tatar's OT goal
- Datsyuk sits out Russia semi due to injury
- U.S. loses to Czech Republic, exits World Cup
- Russia beats Finland to reach World Cup semis
- Russia's Datsyuk out with lower-body injury
- Mrazek stops Kopitar on penalty shot
- Nielsen finds Gaborik for Europe's first goal
- Pens' Murray poised to start for North America
- North America beats Europe in WC exhibition
- Hull: Team North America 'will surprise the heck outta someone'
- Chelios: Playing for your country hits home
- Russia tabs Ovechkin as captain for World Cup
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- Sweden's Zetterberg injured, out of World Cup
- Howe's ashes to be interred in Saskatoon statue
- Senators will retire Alfredsson's No. 11 jersey
- One big question for each East team
- Nine biggest losers of the NHL offseason
- Sweden tabs Zetterberg as World Cup captain
The World Cup of Hockey is here to stay
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Team Canada takes Game 1 of World Cup finals
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Canada tops Europe, now a win from capturing World Cup
Canada gets two early goals from Brad Marchand and Steven Stamkos in a 3-1 victory against Europe in the first game of a best-of-three series to decide the champion of the World Cup of Hockey.
Stamkos doubles Canada's lead
Ryan Getzlaf pickpockets Zdeno Chara and sets up Steven Stamkos with the goal in front of the net to give Canada a 2-0 lead over Europe.
Marchand scores to give Canada an early lead
A pair of Bruins contribute to Canada's opening goal, as Patrice Bergeron finds Brad Marchand to give Canada the 1-0 lead over Europe.