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Canada vs. Sweden Hockey Live: How to watch 2022 Hlinka Gretzky Cup

Canada vs Sweden Hockey

Team Canada defeated Switzerland  huge shoot out 14-0 in preliminary round in 2022 Hlinka Gretzky Cup. On the other hand team Sweden are group champion and ready to beat Canada in Gold Medal game of Hinka Gretzky Cup 2022. The game will start August 6, at 4:00 PM ET. Calum Ritchie and Brayden Yager each recorded one goal and one assist, while Zachary Benson added a score of his own. Scott Ratzlaff made 18 saves in the win. Click here to watch or stream from anywhere.

How to Watch Hlinka Gretzky Cup 2022: Canada vs. Sweden Hockey final

Match Date: Aug. 6, 2022

Match Time: 4 p.m. ET

TV: TSN/NHL Network

Stream: PremiumTV

The Canadians dominated offensively for much of the way, firing no less than 12 shots on goal within each period of play and totalling 43 for the night.

Canada had previously defeated Switzerland 14-0 on Sunday, and Slovakia 9-1 on Tuesday in Group A action.

Finland, which finished second in Group B awaits Canada in the semifinals on Friday. The gold and bronze medal games will take place Saturday.

Canada capped a perfect preliminary round against the Swedes on Wednesday night, coming away with a 3-0 win. Ratzlaff secured his second shutout of the tournament, turning away all 18 shots he faced, while Brayden Yager and Calum Ritchie had a goal and an assist each.

Preview: Canada vs. Sweden Hlinka-Gretzky Cup Final

While Canada has impressed offensively, its blue-liners have made scoring opportunities few and far between for opposing teams. The Canadians have allowed only 79 shots in four games (an average of 19.75 per contest), with the 24 shots Finland managed in the semifinal the most Canada has given up. Captain Cameron Allen has anchored the penalty-killing crew, which has not allowed a goal in 20 man-advantages against.

The Swedes need to have a short memory. They were stymied in their prelim matchup with the Canadians, managing just 18 shots on goal and going goalless on four power plays. Stenberg has been the offensive catalyst for the Scandinavians; his eight points are tied for second in tournament scoring, even with Yager and one back of Ritchie, and his five goals leave him level with Gauthier for the tournament lead.

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