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Memo from the Euro-Desk: In Czech with some Finns

The Copper & Blue's temporary European correspondent, shepso, travels to the Czech Republic to watch a hockey game with drunken Finns. The rest of the staff is insanely jealous.

Cheers, Táta: Czechs beat Russia 2-1 to win gold

Yesterday I met an Algerian-French woman who remarked that my first name is French. I had to explain that actually, it's not like that, as my name ends in a "k" the way it's often spelled by...

Ilya Kovalchuk Sparkled for Russia; Andy Greene did not for USA - Summary of Devils at 2010 World Championships

The 2010 IIHF World Championships have ended today with the Czech Republic defeating Russia in the gold medal final 2-1. This post summarizes how the tourney went well for Ilya Kovalchuk, but not so for Andy Greene.

WC: Canada out, but Tavares exits with a highlight

John Tavares exited the World Championships as the leading goal scorer, though his Team Canada bowed out in disappointing fashion to Russia in the quarterfinals.

World Championships: Russia Knocks out Canada

World Championships: Russia Knocks out Canada

IIHF Rankings: World Championships = Olympics

There's another hockey tournament going on besides the Stanley Cup playoffs. Find out why the International Ice Hockey Federation views this tournament as an equal to the exciting Vancouver Olympics.

Bits: Ole ole, baby

The Flyers fans singing the "Ole" song during a playoff win is poetic justice for the Habs who hijacked the song.

World Championships: Canada to face Russia, Hedman Shines

World Championships: Canada to face Russia, Hedman Shines in game against Switzerland

Foligno, USA avoid relegation at World Championship

It took overtime against the Italian National team to do, but Team USA avoided relegation with a 3-2 win in extra time. Nick Foligno had no points in the win, but finished the tournament with three goals.

Bits: Snow talk; Frans advances; Hamonic's fire

Islanders centers John Tavares and Frans Nielsen each advanced to the IIHF World Championship quarterfinals, while prospect Travis Hamonic burns to win the Memorial Cup.

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