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Canada's IIHF win over U.S.

Fans hold up Canadian flags at the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship game again the United States in Malmo, Sweden on Tuesday, December 31, 2013.
USA's Quentin Shore runs into Canada's golatender Zach Fucale during second period action.
Canadian fans cheer on their team during second period action.
Canada's goaltender Zach Fucale reaches for the puck as USA's Stefan Matteau tries for the tip during second period action.
Connor McDavid celebrates his go-ahead goal against the USA during third period action.
Canada's goaltender Zach Fucale makes a breakaway stop on USA's Connor Carrick during third period action.
Connor McDavid celebrates his go-ahead goal against the USA during third period action.
Fans hold up a Canadian flag at the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship game again the United States Tuesday.
Fans hold up Canadian flags at the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship game again the United States in Malmo, Sweden on Tuesday, December 31, 2013. - Frank Gunn / The Canadian Press
USA's Quentin Shore runs into Canada's golatender Zach Fucale during second period action. - Frank Gunn / The Canadian Press
Canadian fans cheer on their team during second period action. - Frank Gunn / The Canadian Press
Canada's goaltender Zach Fucale reaches for the puck as USA's Stefan Matteau tries for the tip during second period action. - Frank Gunn / The Canadian Press
Connor McDavid celebrates his go-ahead goal against the USA during third period action. - Frank Gunn / The Canadian Press
Canada's goaltender Zach Fucale makes a breakaway stop on USA's Connor Carrick during third period action. - Frank Gunn / The Canadian Press
Connor McDavid celebrates his go-ahead goal against the USA during third period action. - Frank Gunn / The Canadian Press
Fans hold up a Canadian flag at the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship game again the United States Tuesday. - Frank Gunn / The Canadian Press

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