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Power Rankings

Canada remains on top

Published 08.05.2015 01:05 GMT+2 | Author
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Canada's Taylor Hall (middle, with Jordan Eberle and Jason Spezza) is tied for the tournament scoring lead with eight points in four games. Photo: Andre Ringuette / HHOF-IIHF Images
After an exciting win over Sweden, Canada stays in first place in our fourth Power Rankings. Belarus leapfrogs into second after stunning the Americans.
1.  Canada  Canada:  The comeback? Yeah, we invented that
2.  Belarus Belarus:  Will Obama resign?
3.  Finland  Finland:  Rinne hasn’t let one in since Kate popped one out
4.  Sweden  Sweden:  Replacing the glass > Mayweather-Pacquiao
5.  Russia Russia:  Who’s your Dadonov?
6.  Czech Czech Republic:  Against Canada, our fans didn’t hop enough
7.  Suisse  Switzerland:  Leading the tournament in dudes named Reto
8.  USA  United States:  Dang, we lost to Belgium!
9.  Slovakia Slovakia:  Oh my God, Becky, look at his butt-ending
10.  Norway Norway:  Dun dun dun. Slovakia bites the dust! Dun dun dun.
11.  Germany  Germany:  Can we play Brazil?
12.  Latvia Latvia:  So, the Sedins dressed up as Daugavins and Darzins...
13.  France  France:  Every man should have a shutout before he turns 40
14.  Austria  Austria:  Going downhill faster than Hermann Maier
15.  Denmark  Denmark:  Hey Belarus! Thanks for ticking off the U.S! Bozos!
16.  Slovenia  Slovenia:  Gary, could we at least be in the draft lottery?

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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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