Hockey – Women’s World Cup: victories for Denmark and Canada

In the Sunday games of the ice hockey world championships, the Canadian and the Dane win.

The national teams of Canada and Japan came first. The obvious favorites were players from Maple Leaf Land, who are defending the league title at the tournament held in Denmark. Canada’s national team disappointed their opponents in the first period. In the second minute, the Canadians took the lead and, at the end of the first period, they scored twice more. Despite the high leadership in their ranks, there was no letting up. The North American players wanted to win as impressively as possible and after another 20 minutes of play it was 7:0. It turned out that was not the end of the torment of the Japanese, who lost two other goals in the last part of the match and could not even score an honorary point themselves. The Canadians ultimately won 9-0.

The second meeting between Dunki and the Hungarians had a completely different course. None of the teams spoiled their fans with attacking performances, but there was no shortage of emotions until the end of the game. The Scandinavian players, playing at home, played much more defensively than their rivals for most of the game. The Hungarian players gave many more shots on goal from their opponents, but nothing came of it. We had to wait for the first goal until the third period. In it, in the first fragments, Dunki quite unexpectedly took the lead, and then they focused only on the defense game. The tournament hosts finally achieved their goal and modestly beat the Hungarians 1-0.


Canada – Japan 9-0 (3:0, 4:0, 2:0)

Denmark – Hungary 1-0 (0:0, 0:0, 1:0)

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