The bronze hockey match brought out a good shot

The bronze hockey match brought out a good shot

In a varied match, Canada won the hockey bronze match at the Winter Olympics on Saturday. She beat the Czech Republic 6-4 abroad.

In the middle of the first quarter, the goalkeepers “almost disappeared”, three goals were scored in half a minute, two of which were scored by the Canadians. Derek Roy By beating them, they won the first half 3–1. The job hadn’t changed in the second trimester, so it was feared that the final third might not bring much excitement anymore, but luckily the good was still behind.

Canada scored the fourth goal, but responded in 46 seconds Jan Kovar. It wasn’t nine minutes after the third when Chris Kelly He changed his stance to 5-2 Roman Servinka He replied but the target was not scored after videotaping.

The scenario at the end of the match was similar, Wojtek Wolski Increase progress, then beautify Cervenka – but this time, their goal isn’t scored after the video. The Czechs also shot down the goalkeeper in the past two minutes, and Cervinka quickly hit him, but he was no longer running out of European strength, so in the end the Olympic defending champion won 6-4.

The final match – between the Russian national team and Germany – will take place on Sunday morning from 5.10 am Hungarian time.

The final result – hockey, a bronze match

Czech Republic-Canada 4-6 (1-3, 0-0, 3-3)

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