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Canada rallies to top Sweden 6-4 for 4th straight win, defending champ Russia beats Denmark

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PRAGUE - Canada rallied to maintain a perfect record at the ice hockey world championship by beating Sweden 6-4 on Wednesday for its fourth straight victory.

Buffalo Sabres forward Tyler Ennis wristed a shot high into the net from the left circle on a power play for the winner with 6:29 left in the final period and Dallas Stars forward Tyler Seguin added the sixth into an empty net with 1:50 to go.

Canada leads Group A with 12 points. Sweden and Switzerland are second with eight.

After being 3-0 down after the opening period, Aaron Ekblad, Taylor Hall and Sean Couturier rallied Canada with goals in the second.

Oscar Moller restored the Swedish lead and Patrick Wiercioch tied it for Canada at 4-4 in the third.

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