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Puck Magnets: Team Canada trumps Slovaks
Canadian netminder Zach Fucale impressed in his start on Monday. Fucale helped his team secure a victory after trailing Slovakia for the better part of 60 minutes. (Photo by Frank Gunn/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Puck Magnets: Team Canada trumps Slovaks

For Team Canada, the path to the podium is paved with strong work ethic and unyielding desire. The Canucks, after surrendering the game’s first goal, overcame a 3-1 deficit to Slovakia and fervently rallied back for a 5-3 victory.

Canada breathed a sigh of relief and anxiously awaits a meeting with the Americans.

With today’s victory, Canada (2-0-1) is two points behind the Americans (3-0-0) as the squads prepare to square off for first place in the final round robin game of the tournament. A win in regulation would lift Canada over the Americans to claim first place in their grouping. For Canada, the forthcoming contest is shroud in a narrative of redemption. The objective is lucid—trump a bitter rival that eliminated the Red and White

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