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Canada wins at worlds after fire delay, US beats Britain


TAMPERE, Finland (AP) — Canada was on the ice until nearly midnight to extend its perfect start at the world hockey championships by beating Kazakhstan 6-3 after a fire at the rink played havoc with the schedule. The International Ice Hockey Federation said no one was hurt and the damage was minor but it caused a significant delay. Buffalo Sabres forward Dylan Cozens had a hat trick in Canada’s fourth win from four games. The United States beat Britain 3-0 on two goals from Kieffer Bellows. Germany edged out Denmark 1-0 and the Czech Republic beat Latvia 5-1.

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