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The Americans and Fins were stymied by their respective opponents in the semifinals and now they’ll square off for the bronze medal. Both teams have played with plenty of promise but now risk leaving Sochi without a medal.

 
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Canada was the gold medal favorite at the beginning of the tournament and so far, they haven’t disappointed. While their offense has been missing in action, their defense and goaltending has been airtight. On Sunday morning, they’ll face off with Sweden in a battle of the last two men’s hockey gold medal winners.

 
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David Lawrence - Finland has turned villain in the 2014 Winter Olympics men’s hockey tournament as they ousted Russia in the quarter-finals. Now they’ll take on a Swedish team that’s been the top seed in the tournament so far, although they haven’t been tested too much.
 
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David Lawrence - It’s time for the matchup we’ve all been waiting for: Canada versus USA. These two teams squared off for the gold medal in the 2010 Olympics when Canada eked out an overtime win to take the top spot on the podium and push the Americans to silver. Can the USA get revenge this time around?
 
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Ross Benjamin - The United States takes on the Czech Republic in the men’s hockey quarterfinals on Wednesday with the opening faceoff scheduled for Noon ET. Is there any hockey betting value on offer in this situation?
 
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Ross Benjamin - Team Canada will have a surprise opponent in the quarterfinals of the men’s Olympic hockey tournament when they take on upstart Latvia on Wednesday, with the opening faceoff slated for Noon ET.
 
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David Lawrence - The Russian Olympic hockey team has the weight of the world on their shoulders, so what are the betting odds telling us about their upcoming matchup against Finland?
 
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David Lawrence - Slovenia has been one of the biggest surprises of the 2014 Winter Olympics hockey tournament but one would have to think that their ride ends here, right? Sure, they’ve done some nice things like getting their first ever Olympic hockey victory but beating Sweden would put them on a whole other level.
 
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Ross Benjamin - We have reached the stage of the men’s Olympic hockey tournament where teams must win or they’re eliminated. The winners in each of the 3 groups, along with the 2nd place finisher have automatically qualified for the quarterfinals, while the remaining 8 teams will play a qualification game, with the 4 winners advancing to the quarterfinals.
 
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The Czech Republic and Slovakia have been two of the bigger disappointments so far in the men’s hockey tournament. While both were deemed to have dark horse medal potential, it turns out that neither looks close to worth as they’ve combined for just one win between them.