Ice Hockey, World Cup 2023: Canada beat Germany and are the world champions

Canada is the new world champion. The North American squad won the 2023 Ice Hockey World Cup Final against Germany that was held between Finland and Latvia. The closing act at the Tampere Deck Arena saw Canada get the better of, not by, Germany

The team, which is coached by coach Claude Julien, has achieved the 28th laurels in its history and is “avenging” the defeat in the final a year ago. The North Americans return to success after 2021, with their fourth title in the past eight years, separating Russia into first place in the historic Ice Hockey World Cup standings.

very final

Canada 5-2 Germany: The challenge was opened by the Teutonics with a 1-0 Petrka goal at 7:44. Canada immediately tied the score back with Blais at 10:47. Germany leads again with Fischbuch at 33:47, Canada brings it all back to level at 37:28 with Crouse. The third period decides everything and is a Canadian monologue. First Blais made it 3-2 at 44:51, Fifth Toffoli extended it to 4-2 at 51:51, before Laughton set it at 5-2 at 58:06.

Third/fourth place

USA 3-4 Latvia after extra time: The challenge begins immediately when the Baltics open the score with Bokarts after 7:49, then an immediate equalizer by Grimaldi for 1-1 for the USA. Latvia leads again with Jack at 16:08, but the USA, who come back to tie the game with Grimaldi at 2-2 on the power play at 19:03. After an initial period of such intensity, the second ended without a score. In the third period, Coronato put the USA ahead at 46:19, but the Robins struck it out 3-3 at 54:21. The match goes to overtime and Robbins himself, after 1:22, decides to take the third place.

Photo: Carola Cimino

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