Canada is just a few hours away from playing their second game in as many days. They butted heads with Norway yesterday in what was a more competitive contest than most people assumed it would be, and will now square off with and Austrian team that put a bit of a scare into Finland already.
Since this is the second consecutive game for the defending Gold medal winners, they’ll change up their lineup a bit by inserting P.K. Subban and Matt Duchene. Neither Subban or Duchene played against Norway and will be fresh and capable of making a real difference for the Canadians.
While the offense took a while to get rolling and struggled to generate a ton of flashy chances, the defense was outstanding. Carey Price didn’t face too many quality shots and Canada was able to get by with a victory.
Looking for information of where and how to watch the contest? We’ve got you covered.
Date: February 14
Start Time: 12 P.M. ET
Location: Sochi, Russia
TV Info: USA
Live Stream: NBC Live Extra
Did Canada get enough of a breather between games to run up the score on Austria? Or will the Austrians once again provide enough offense to be a tough out? Tune in to find out.
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