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Power Rankings

Canada remains on top

Published 10.05.2015 01:54 GMT+2 | Author
Power Rankings
Finland's goalie duo of Pekka Rinne and Juuse Saros has not allowed a goal since the opening loss to the Americans. Photo: Richard Wolowicz / HHOF-IIHF Images
In our fifth Power Rankings, Finland takes over first place with its impenetrable defence. Canada sits second and Russia third after their Saturday wins.
1.  Finland  Finland:  Look, a killer asteroid! Oh, our goalie stopped that too
2.  Canada Canada:  “ are getting’re at World Juniors”
3.  Russia  Russia:  When we win, we win bigger than you
4.  Sweden  Sweden:  As a hockey nation, we’re almost too darned nice
5.  USA United States:  Just for the record, we don’t deflate pucks
6.  Czech Czech Republic:  “Ondrej” is Czech for “awesome stud”
7.  Belarus  Belarus:  Ouch! Russia! You said you’d go slow!
8.  Suisse  Switzerland:  Oh, for Forsberg’s sake
9.  Germany Germany:  We only win 2-1, and some women find that very sexy
10.  Slovakia Slovakia:  Still undefeated against Iceland
11.  Denmark  Denmark:  Stick to skiing, Norway! Booya!
12.  France France:  Before the third period, guys were quoting Voltaire
13.  Norway  Norway:  Chill, Denmark – anyone would think you just won Eurovision
14.  Latvia  Latvia:  Who needs quarter-finals when you’ve got beavers?
15.  Austria  Austria:  The worst part is we all went to bed on time
16.  Slovenia  Slovenia:  The rebuild starts now: Kopitar for Kessel?

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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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