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Meanwhile, in Niagara ...

Sunday, 12.26.2010 / 5:47 PM

By Adam Kimelman - NHL.com Deputy Managing Editor / 2011 World Junior Championship Blog

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Meanwhile, in Niagara ...
While most eyes are focused on Russia and Canada at the HSBC Center, Sweden is opening its World Junior tournament a few miles away in Niagara, where they lead Norway 4-0 after one period.

Sebastian Wannstrom set up a pair of first-period goals, and Patrick Cehlin scored early and late in the second. Cehlin nearly had a hat trick, between his first and second goals of the period, he mis-fired on a penalty shot.

This game should serve Sweden as a nice way to get loose for Tuesday's big game against Russia.

We'll have some more on this game when it ends.
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