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Canada moves up to first place

Published 05.05.2015 00:30 GMT+2 | Author
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PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC - MAY 4: Canada's Taylor Hall #4 celebrates a first period goal with Jordan Eberle #14 and Jake Muzzin #6 during preliminary round action against the Czech Republic at the 2015 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship. (Photo by Andre Ringuette/HHOF-IIHF Images)
In the third edition of the 2015 Power Rankings, high-scoring Canada takes over first place. The Americans are second after knocking off Russia.
1.  Canada  Canada:  Hall and Eberle love this foreign feeling
2.  USA United States:  Do you believe in Mark Arcobello? YES!
3.  Sweden  Sweden:  This time, we have a plan to stop Kunitz
4.  Russia  Russia:  Siberia is lovely in the spring
5.  Czech Czech Republic:  Yes, but would you rather drink Pilsner or maple syrup?
6.  Finland Finland:  Mmmmm. Muesli. Yummy shutouts!
7.  Slovakia  Slovakia:  Meszaros outscoring that even legal?
8.  Suisse  Switzerland:  Let’s just put it out there: Roman Josi is hot
9.  Belarus Belarus:  Respect us or it will Kostitsyn you
10.  Denmark Denmark:  Nothing prolongs your pleasure like video review
11.  Austria  Austria:  Filip, we’d totally give you the Calder
12.  Germany Germany:  Next year, McDavid will come and it’ll be 20-0
13.  Slovenia  Slovenia:  OK, you beat us, but you also put two toilets in one stall
14.  France  France:  FX plans reboot of Anger Management starring Antoine Roussel
15.  Norway  Norway:  Under IIHF rules, is it possible to score fewer than zero goals?
16.  Latvia  Latvia:  The 80’s called, they want their goaltending back

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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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