Just like against Russia in the group stage, Sweden had the lead with 2-0. And just like against Russia dropped to lead to a loss.
But it started well for Sweden.
Three Crowns shared the within of the puck to the finns, which resulted in a Swedish powerplay after four played minutes. In the one-to-one domination, it wasn't many seconds before Michael Lindqvist had to do his first goal, nice framspelad by Joel Kellman.
a beginning, a choppy history on the basis of several expulsions. The first Adam Reideborn had to work hard in the bag, and Sweden had a hard time finding a rhythm. But when five to five-game later resumed in Sweden in the match, with a beautiful signed Emil Larsson as a result.
But tvåmålsunderläget brought the finns who came in more and more in the match, and also got a reduction with three minutes remaining of the second period.
The Finnish team continued to be on in the beginning of the last period. One receipt was in the air and it came when Antti Kalapudas ruled in his first goal for Finland.
there was a 4.21 minutes left in the game sent off for a high stick. It proved to be fatal. After a quick spelvändning shot a framstormande Jusso Hietanen in the bar, whereupon Jani Lajunen hit in return.
the Match finished 3-2 to Finland. Sweden is thus the last in the group after two games played.
– Jättebesviken, of course. I think we beat ourselves. We are coming out great, and förstaperioden it was thrashing from our side. We are unfortunately not allowed in the puck. Somehow turn the match, they will be heavier and stronger than us and win more närkamper, says the national coach Rikard Grönborg to C More after the match.
In the second game drove Russia over the Czech republic and won with 7-2. The russians tops the group on five points with one match left to play, one point ahead of second placed Finland and four prior to last Sweden.
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