For the second day in a row, met the Swedish national ice hockey Denmark on Sunday in a friendly game. And for the second day in a row it was a victory.
Three Crowns won with 2-0 in into the copenhagen municipality after the objectives of the Timrås Anton Wedin and Linköping Emil Sylvegård. 26-year-old Wedin set 1-0-puck, with a very hard wrist shot in the right hand the cross, after ten minutes in the first period. Jämnårige Sylvegård did not want to be outdone and made the 2-0 after a soloprestation, with just over eleven minutes played of the second period – both players ' first goal in the Three Crowns.
to be tvåmålsskytt when Denmark took out the goalie in the pursuit of a reduction in the end of the third period. But the shot took in the outside of the post.
Världsmästarnationen Sweden won 2-0 and thus took his total of 20-straight victory against Denmark. Örebromålvakten Jhonas Enroth didn't have too much to do in the game, but saved all 13 Danish shot and was thus zero.
the 30-year-old, who took world CHAMPIONSHIP gold medal on home soil in 2013 and the OLYMPIC silver medal in Sochi in 2014, has received the trust of the national coach Rikard Grönborg in the preparation before the world CHAMPIONSHIPS in Slovakia in may.