There were only two games on the NHL slate on Saturday, but there was actually a tonne of quality hockey played from Saskatoon to Stockholm.
Let's start in Stockholm, where the Swedes faced off against the Finns in the semi-final of the World Hockey Championships. Amidst news that Alex Edler was going to be dealt a five game suspension for his knee-on-knee hit on Eric Staal - i.e. a suspension that would carry over into the Sochi Olympics, and possibly cost the Canucks defender his slot on the Tre Kronor - the Swedes played a hell of a game, and dominated on the power-play against the Finnish side. Henrik and Daniel Sedin playing alongside Dallas Stars sniper Loui Eriksson were completely dominant on Saturday, and if you missed it I highly recommend the highlights...
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