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Finland dominates Sweden to win world hockey title


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Finland scored five goals late in the game to beat Sweden 6-1 over the weekend in Bratislava, Slovakia, to claim its second hockey world championship title.

Finland also defeated Sweden in the 1995 final.

Finland received goals from Petteri Nokelainen, Niko Kapanen, Janne Pesonen, Mike Pyorala, Antii Pihlstrom and Jarkko Immonen.

Magnus PaaJarvi got the Swedes going with a goal in the second period to become the tournament’s top scorer with nine goals.

The Czech Republic defeated Russia 7-4 in the bronze-medal game as Roman Cervenka produced a hat trick.


compiled from staff, Radio, TV & hockey news

World hockey finals comes down to Sweden vs. Finland


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Sweden and Finland have advanced to the finals of the world hockey championship in Bratislava, Slovakia.

Finland shutout Russia 3-0.

The Swedish team received two goals from Patrik Berglund of the St. Louis Blues in their 5-2 win over defending champion Czech Republic.

The Scandinavian showdown for the championship will be on Sunday.


compiled from staff, Radio & TV news

Blue Jackets’ Arniel named Associate Coach for Team Canada


Scott Arniel (file photo)

Hockey Canada General Manager David Nonis announced recently that Columbus Blue Jackets head coach Scott Arniel will be serving as an associate coach for the team at the 2011 IIHF World Championships, which will be played April 29-May 15 in Bratislava and Kosice, Slovakia.

Arniel joins Peter DeBoer on the Team Canada coaching staff, which is headed up by former Blue Jackets head coach and current special advisor Ken Hitchcock.

The 60-year-old Hitchcock has coached Canada on the international stage on seven occasions, including as a head coach at the 2008 IIHF World Championship, where Canada won the silver, and as associate coach at the 2002, 2006 and 2010 Olympic Winter Games, winning two gold medals.

Arniel, who is 49, just completed his first season with the Blue Jackets, going 34-35-13 for 81 points and 13th in the Western Conference. The native of Kingston, Ontario previously served as head coach of the AHL’s Manitoba Moose (2006-2010), leading the team to four playoff appearances and to the 2009 Calder Cup Final.

The 43-year-old DeBoer, who was recently fired as head coach of the Florida Panthers after his third season. This will mark his sixth time helping coach Team Canada, serving most recently as an associate coach for Canada at the 2010 IIHF World Championship.


Info courtesy of Columbus Blue Jackets