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Team Canada Finishes Undefeated at 2004 World Cup of Hockey

Team Canada wins with a perfect record. Results from 2004 World Cup of Hockey.

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Updated September 15, 2004
Championship Game, Sept. 14 -

Canada 3 - Finland 2, Toronto
Championship Game Recap

Semifinals:

Friday, Sept. 10 -
Finland 2 - USA 1, St. Paul

Saturday, Sept. 11 -
Canada 4 - Czech Republic 3 (OT), Toronto

Quarterfinals:

Sept. 6 -
Finland 2 - Germany 1, Helsinki

Sept. 7 -
Czech Republic 6 - Sweden 1, Stockholm
USA 5 - Russia 3, St. Paul

Sept. 8 -
Canada 5 - Slovakia 0, Toronto

Complete Game Recaps

Preliminary Round Results:

Sept. 5 -
Russia 5 - Slovakia 2, Air Canada Centre, Toronto

Sept. 4 -
Sweden 4 - Finland 4, Hartwall Arena, Helsinki
Canada 3 - Russia 1, Air Canada Centre, Toronto

Sept. 3 -
Czech Republic 7 - Germany 2, Sazka Arena, Prague
USA 3 - Slovakia 1, Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul

Sept. 2 -
Finland 3 - Germany 0, Cologne Arena, Cologne
Russia 3 - USA 1, Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul

Sept. 1 -
Sweden 4 - Czech Republic 3, Globe Arena, Stockholm
Canada 5 - Slovakia 1, Bell Centre, Montreal

Aug. 31 -
Sweden 5 - Germany 2, Globe Arena, Stockholm
Canada 2 - USA 1, Bell Centre, Montreal

Aug. 30 -
Finland 4 - Czech Republic 0, Hartwall Arena, Helsinki

Team Canada Complete Roster
Team USA Complete Roster
All 2004 World Cup Rosters

European Pool (E)
Czech Republic
Finland
Germany
Sweden

North American Pool (NA)
Canada
Russia
Slovakia
United States

Tournament Format

  • The World Cup of Hockey begins with a round-robin schedule, with each team playing the three opponents in its pool. All teams qualify for single-elimination quarterfinal games.
  • Quarterfinal games are played within each pool, with the first-place team facing the fourth-place team, and the second-place team against the third-place team.
  • The pools cross over for semifinal games, to be played September 10th in St. Paul and September 11 in Toronto.
  • The championship game will be played September 14 in Toronto.

    Player selection
    Note: The following guidelines were announced in December, 2003, replacing previous player selection criteria.

  • Each country must name 18 members of its team by mid-May, 2004 (an exact date is to be announced). The complete team must be appointed by June 20.
  • Final rosters will consist of 23 skaters and three goaltenders. Teams will dress 18 skaters and two goalies for each game. Update: As of March 23/04, the rule that each country must carry three players under the age of 22 has been dropped.

    Tournament Broadcasters
    Canada: CBC Television
    USA: ESPN and ESPN2

    See also:
    2004 World Cup of Hockey: Complete Coverage
    World Cup of Hockey Ticket Info
    Projected Rosters For Team Canada and Team USA

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