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Canada back in first place

Published 13.05.2015 01:40 GMT+2 | Author
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Canada has potted a whopping 49 goals in just 7 games at the 2015 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship. Photo: Andre Ringuette / HHOF-IIHF Images
In the sixth edition of the Power Rankings, Canada sits first after beating Austria 10-1. The U.S. is second and Finland third heading into the quarter-finals.
1.  Canada  Canada:  This tournament rules! Like, who needs World Juniors?
2.  USA United States:  He’s legally changing his name to Generational Eichel
3.  Finland  Finland:  Donskoi is the future, Don Cherry is the past
4.  Sweden  Sweden:  Call ‘em the Arizona Ekman-Larssons, and they’ll never move
5.  Russia Russia:  Finland. Is. So. Annoying.
6.  Belarus Belarus:  Mike Smith, Tommy Salo – same difference
7.  Czech  Czech Republic:  Talk about The Un-Berra-ble Lightness of Being
8.  Suisse  Switzerland:  How do we feel? We Fiala good
9.  Slovakia Slovakia:  There’s an old Slovak folk song called “Going to Korea”
10.  Germany Germany:  Beaten in a shootout, OK. By Mike Komisarek, not OK
11.  Norway  Norway:  Still the world’s top Norwegian-speaking hockey nation
12.  France France:  Da Costa came up bigger than the Eiffel Tower
13.  Latvia  Latvia:  Wes ares thes champions, mys friends
14.  Denmark  Denmark:  Enjoy the QF, you uptight Swedes – we’ll be at Tivoli
15.  Austria  Austria:  Crosby gets a massage, we get manhandled
16.  Slovenia  Slovenia:  Not Koping well with this

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The Power Rankings are for the enjoyment of readers, and reflect the progress of teams during the IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship. They are distinct from the official standings and IIHF World Ranking.


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