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Canada Beats But Doesn’t Bully Norway
Shea Weber and Sidney Crosby celebrate after Weber's goal in the 2nd period. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/ Getty Images)

Canada Beats But Doesn’t Bully Norway

Team Canada opened the 2014 Olympics with a 3-1 win over Norway in what proved to be a closer game than most fans expected. After opening Vancouver 2010 with a 8-0 drubbing of Norway, it looked like Canada would do the same again. Still, getting the win is what fans really care about and this game still offered many examples of why Canada is still the team to beat.

Shea Weber, Jamie Benn and Drew Doughty scored for Canada, but it was a rough first period that really is the story of this game. Norway led the shot totals 4-1 after the first 10 minutes and had multiple pucks slide just past Carey Price’s net. Canada picked up the play in the second half of

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Josh Beneteau
Hockey has always been a passion of mine and once I realized I would never make it as a player, I still wanted a career in the sport. With my writing, I get to be a part of the sport I love, safely in front of a laptop screen. I am currently studying journalism at Ryerson University in Toronto and I hope my degree and my many writing experiences lead to a successful career in the field.
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