EuroNews 2014.05.26 08:28
Former Dynamo Moscow forward Alex Ovechkin and Evgeni Malkin both scored to
lead Russia to a 5-2 victory over Finland in the final of the ice hockey
world championship on Sunday.
This win sees Russia clinch its second title in three years and fifth gold
since the 1991 breakup of the Soviet Union.
Elsewhere, defending champion Sweden beat the Czech Republic 3-0 to
complete the podium thanks to goals from Joakim Lindstrom, Simon
Hjalmarsson and Mikael Backlund.
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