Canada vs. Sweden final score, results: Canada stunned by two late goals, eliminated from Olympic men&039s tournament | Sporting News Canada

    Going into the Beijing 2022 Olympics, a gold medal men’s hockey game between the United States and Canada seemed inevitable. none advanced beyond the quarterfinals.

    canada were stunned on wednesday morning when, after two scoreless periods to start their quarter-final clash against sweden, lucas wallmark and anton lander scored a pair of third-period goals to give sweden the lead . lars johansson denied all 22 canadian shots as team sweden eliminated team canada from the olympics, 2-0.

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    neither side could claim an advantage in the first two periods. sweden outshot canada 10-8 in the first, but canada held a slight advantage in the second at 9-8. each team had full power play opportunities in the first and second, but neither could capitalize.

    but with just under 10 minutes left in the game, a poor pass into canada’s backcourt led to a turnover and wallmark steal. Sweden’s top scorer came across the ice and fired a shot that deflected off a Canadian defender’s post and over the upper right shoulder of goalkeeper Matt Tomkins to give Sweden a 1-0 lead.

    canada began to increase the pressure late in the period and took tomkins out of the game with 2:09 remaining, but 19 seconds later lander, the sweden captain, took the puck down the left side of the court and buried it in the empty network. Canada had some late chances to score with less than a minute to go, but couldn’t capitalize.

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    This is the first time since the 2006 Turin Olympics that Canada has failed to win a medal at the Winter Games, and it joins those Games as the only time Canada has failed to advance beyond the quarterfinals. end of games.

    sweden will face finland in a rematch of their overtime thriller in the group stage in a semi-final match. the winner of that game will face slovakia or roc.

    Sporting News tracked live scores updates and highlights from the match between Canada and Sweden at the 2022 Olympics. Follow below for the full results of the Canada quarterfinal game. men’s ice hockey all eastern standard tenses.

    score canada vs. sweden

    live updates of canada vs. sweden, 2022 olympic games highlights

    sweden 2, canada 0

    10:44 AM m.: this game is over. Canada’s hopes of claiming a medal are dashed as Sweden wins 2-0 to advance to the semi-final and set up a rematch with Finland.

    10:39 AM m. sweden goal: lander picks up the puck along the left flank and fires it into the empty net for a two goal lead. Sweden leads 2-0, 1:50 left in the third.

    anton lander scores the sure goal for sweden and it’s 2-0 watch on the cbc sports app and @cbcgem

    10:35 a.m. m .: canada has increased the pressure a bit and now has three shots on goal in the third, but johansson has been effective in deflecting the shots away from him. the Swedish defense has prevented close shots.

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    10:23 a.m. sweden goal: canada’s bad fumble leads to the first goal of the afternoon. The back pass into the Canadian backcourt is quickly picked up by Lucas Wallmark, who fires a shot that deflects off a Canadian defender and over Tomkins’ upper left shoulder. Sweden leads 1-0, 9:45 left in the third.

    sweden strikes first 🚨 sweden scores midway through the third as they lead canada 1-0 in these quarterfinals watch them on the cbc sports app and @cbcgem

    10:17am: This third period has been kept under control for sweden, but they haven’t found the back of the net to this point. Sweden have outscored Canada 4-0 so far in the third period.

    10:11 a.m.: Sweden has been controlling possession for the first four minutes of the period. The team has hit two shots into the net, while Canada has yet to put together a push down at the other end.

    10:06 a.m.: The third period is underway in a scoreless quarterfinal round.

    end second period

    9:51 a.m.: The second period is underway and this game remains scoreless. sweden comes out of the period with a slight advantage in total shots at 18-17.

    9:44 am: the two penalties are over with just over three minutes to go in the second. go back to five against five.

    9:40 a.m. m.: anton lander, the captain of sweden, receives a penalty four seconds into the power play, making the two teams four on four for almost two full minutes.

    9:38 AM m.: jordan weal receives an interference penalty, and sweden will have another chance on the power play. Weal took the stick out of the hands of a Swedish defender and was not happy with the referees’ decision.

    9:34 AM m.: tomkins is called to make another stop. he has faced four difficult shots in the last four minutes, but has been able to deflect each of them. still scoreless with 8:15 remaining in the second.

    9:32am: Tomkins makes a stellar save on a cross that set up Sweden in what looked like their best scoring opportunity yet.

    9:28 AM m.: canada and sweden trade scoring opportunities, with tomkins making his first save of the second period. these teams have continued to battle it out in close competition to this point, with neither maintaining a consistent lead over the other.

    9:22 AM m.: Canada kills the penalty as well, as the two sides are now a combined 0-for-4 on the power play. maxim noreau quickly turns the clearance attempt into a goal attempt and josh ho-sang, fresh out of the penalty area, nearly knocks the puck down but is saved by lars johansson.

    9:20 a.m. m.: as soon as sweden clears the penalty, the power play begins. canada is called too many men on the ice.

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    9:19 a.m.: sweden kills the penalty. Canada had some scoring opportunities early on, but Sweden cleared the puck three times and never allowed Canada to put together a clean scoring opportunity.

    9:16 a.m.: The second half is underway, and almost immediately, Sweden receives a penalty. they give christian folin two minutes to stumble.

    end first period

    9:00 a.m. m.: The first half has come to an end and both teams are scoreless in Beijing. Sweden held the slight advantage in shots on goal at 10-8. Sweden ended the period as the offensive aggressor, but could not get past Matt Tomkins, who has been almost perfect in these Olympics.

    8:52 AM m.: sweden kills the penalty.

    8:49 AM m.: canada had some shots on the net, but sweden quickly turn around and are able to put a shot on the net in a 2v2 race. canada still has a minute left in the game of power, but sweden is slowing down canada by applying pressure on the canadian defensive zone.

    8:47 AM m.: canada will be involved in the power play for the first time in the quarterfinals after joakim nordstrom of Sweden was called for interference.

    8:42 a.m.: Since the end of Sweden’s power play, Canada has had the best scoring opportunities, keeping constant pressure on the Swedish backcourt. shots are even at three apiece, but canada has controlled possession. still unmarked with just over 10 minutes remaining in the first half.

    8:35 a.m. m.: canada kills the power play despite some good scoring opportunities for sweden.

    8:32 AM m.: just 33 seconds later, jack mcbain receives a two-minute interference penalty.

    8:30 a.m. m.: this game is underway, as canada is called from the beginning.

    8:28 AM m.: Sweden and Canada have taken to the ice ahead of their quarter-final showdown.

    canada start time vs. sweden

    • date: Wednesday, Feb. 16
    • Disco drop: 8:30 am and

    the quarterfinal match will start at 8:30 am. m. and Wednesday (9:30 p.m. Wednesday local time) at the National Indoor Stadium in Beijing.

    what channel are canada vs. sweden today?

    • TV channel: cbc
    • live broadcast: cbc beijing 2022 website, cbc gem, cbc olympics app , fubotv

    cbc will continue its coverage of the 2022 winter olympics with the broadcast of the men’s hockey game between canada and sweden on Wednesday morning.

    For those who wish to stream the game, CBC offers the option to view it through its Olympic Games website and app, as well as its streaming service, CBC Gem. viewers will also find the cbc broadcast on fubotv.

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    olympic hockey schedule 2022

    Wednesday, Feb. 9; preliminary round

    Thursday, Feb. 10; preliminary round

    Friday, Feb. eleven; preliminary round

    Saturday, Feb. 12; preliminary round

    Sunday, Feb. 13; preliminary round

    Monday, Feb. 14; qualifying round

    Tuesday, Feb. fifteen; qualifying round & quarterfinals

    Wednesday Feb. sixteen; quarterfinals

    Thursday, Feb. 17; semifinal

    Friday, Feb. 18; semifinal

    Saturday, Feb. 19: medal games

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