the Third time was not the time, when the Danish herrelandshold in ice hockey on Wednesday played its third test ahead of the upcoming WORLD cup.
Here it was in Odense to a 2-3 defeat to Sweden, and Denmark have thus lost three test matches in a row. In the first two matches it was defeat to Finland.
the Danes will play four more test matches before the world cup in may. The next is played already on Thursday, where Sweden once again is the opponent.
Sweden came in front of just over 12 minutes into the first period when Dennis Rasmussen made it 1-0.
It would take 17 minutes of the second period, before Denmark equalized to 1-1, as the Herning-player Morten Poulsen equalised after launching from Oliver Lauridsen.
the Danes, however, had to anyway go to the break behind, after Jesper Boqvist with 15 seconds left of the period once again brought the swedes in front.
But it was not finished, and halfway in the third period got Matias Lassen offset. It ended, however, with a Swedish victory, as Jonathan Andersson in the powerplay making it 3-2 four minutes after the Danish equalization.