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sochi

Tre Kronor wins against the Czech Republic

Published onsdag 12 februari 2014 kl 21.06
Tre Kronor's Alexander Steen watches the puck as it lands behind the Czech goalie. Photo: Claudio Bresciani / TT

Sweden's Tre Kronor hockey team won 4-2 against the Czech Republic on Wednesday evening at the Olympics in Sochi.

Erik Karlsson, number 65, scored two of the points and told TV3, "we did a lot of good things, but there are things we have to clean up - it's a little in the defense zone. It's there where it's a little hard on the big ice. We have to be a little tighter in front of Henke."

The win earns the team a place in the quarter finals, and their next match will be against Switzerland on Friday.

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