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Sweden Beats USA

from the IIHF,
All Swedes can now join in a hearty chorus of "Den Glider In," their old World Championship pop anthem. Although it may be a little premature to belt out ABBA's "The Winner Takes It All," Tre Kronor's hopes of double IIHF gold in 2006 are alive. Mika Hannula's three goals lifted Sweden to a dominating 6-0 quarter-final win over the USA at Riga Arena Wednesday afternoon. The victory launches the Swedes into a May 20 semi-final meeting with the winner of Canada-Slovakia.
continued added 2:50pm, from the IIHF,
In a tense, tightly played quarter-final Wednesday night at Riga Arena, Canada defeated Slovakia 4-1. Patrice Bergeron scored the winner with 7:07 left, and Canada advances to the semi-finals versus Sweden on May 20. Mike Cammalleri, Sidney Crosby, and Jeff Carter also scored for Canada. Dusan Milo replied for Slovakia.

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