At 20.15 on Monday night is the face-off in the nordic meeting between Sweden and Norway.
Three Crowns play all their group stage matches in the Ondrej Nepela Arena in Bratislava.
Driscoll Jesper Bratt, who was really good in the first two periods against Italy, haven't played the third.
" He got a whack to the upper body, but nothing serious, the doctor says Peter Power.
– It was mostly a precautionary measure.
Norway's introduction of this year's world CUP is the toughest imaginable. When the first four days are completed, Norway has met the three best teams in group B.
In Friday's premiere match against Russia was the loss of 2-5, and on Saturday was the loss against the Czech republic with 2-7.
And now await the reigning world champions Sweden for Norway.
Norway has just won over Sweden at a single time, but it is worth noting that the victory came when Slovakia last arranged the world CUP.
in 2011, ended the world CUP-premiere between Sweden and Norway 4-4 after regular time.
After a goalless extension, it took the shootout to designate a winner. In the stepped Norwegian goalie Lars Haugen's back and fixed Norway's historic victory.
Sweden and Norway have met 20 times in the mästerskapssammanhang.
the Last time was in the OLYMPICS in 2018, when Sweden won by 4-0.
Eight of the players in the Norwegian world CUP team play in everyday life in Sweden. Among them are Michael Haga, which the next season leaves Mora for the games in Djurgarden.
For one of the eight players, however, it was completed after just two matches. Frölundaforwarden Mats Rosseli Olsen has suffered a cruciate ligament injury.
Three Crowns–Norway is displayed in SVT 1.
16.15 Finland–the united states, the Steel Arena in Kosice (SVT 1)
16.15 the Russia–Czech republic, Ondrej Nepela Arena in Bratislava (SVT play)
20.15 Slovakia–Canada, Steel Arena in Kosice (SVT play)
All the matches during the hockey world CUP is also on Viaplay.
Thursday 16 may, at 16.15: Sweden-Austria
Saturday 18 may, at 20.15: Sweden-Switzerland
Monday, 20 may, at 16.15: Sweden-Latvia
Tuesday, may 21, at 20.15: Sweden-Russia
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