Sochi 2014: Canada dominate Sweden to win ice hockey gold

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Sochi 2014: Canada dominate Sweden to win ice hockey gold

Canada beat Sweden 3-0 to win gold in the men's ice hockey on the final day of the the 2014 Winter Olympics.

Jonathan Toews, Sidney Crosby and Chris Kunitz scored as Canada dominated the game and sealed their 10th gold medal of the Sochi Games.

The Canadians, who finish third in the medal table, are the first team to retain the Olympic hockey title since the Soviet Union in 1988.

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