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The defending gold medal champions got off on the right foot last night when Team Sweden defeated Team Germany by the score of 2-0. In what was a defensive contest for the most part, New York Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist worked his way to a shutout in the first game of the tournament.

Heading into the game, I mentioned that I was not sure if the Swedes would be more of a defense-centered club or if they would take a more offensive approach. Looking at the score of this game, I am sure you could determine the answer to that question.

It seemed to take the the players a while to find their legs as the two-team shot total after one period was just 13. However, things picked up in the second period when Team Sweden threwá10 shots on goal and were able to put tw ...

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