- Scott Powers, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here's a look at how the Chicago Blackhawks fared in the Olympics on Wednesday:
Patrick Sharp, forward, Canada
Canada defeated Latvia 2-1 in the quarterfinals on Wednesday. Sharp put Canada ahead 1-0 with a goal in the first period. He finished with one goal, two penalty minutes, two shots on goal, a plus-one rating and 12:37 of ice time. Canada plays the U.S. in the semifinals on Friday.
Jonathan Toews, forward, Canada
Toews had a secondary assist on Canada's winning goal against Latvia. He finished with one assist, two shots on goal, a zero rating and 18:15 of ice time. He also won 8-of-12 faceoffs.
Duncan Keith, defenseman, Canada
Keith had two penalty minutes, five shots on goal, a zero rating and 22:41 of ice time in Canada's victory.
Patrick Kane, forward, U.S.
The U.S. defeated the Czech Republic 5-2 in the quarterfinals. Kane had a secondary assist on the game's first goal. He finished with one assist, two shots on goal, a plus-one rating and 17:28 of ice time.
Michal Rozsival, defenseman, Czech Republic
Rozsival had one shot on goal, a minus-two rating and 18:54 of ice time in his team's loss to the U.S. He finished the tournament with zero points, four shots on goal, a minus-five rating and an ice time average of 14:13 in five games.
Johnny Oduya, defenseman, Sweden
Sweden defeated Slovenia 5-0 in the quarterfinals. Oduya had a secondary assist on Sweden's third goal. He finished with one assist, one shot on goal, a plus-one rating and 17:04 of ice time. Sweden will play Finland on Friday.
Niklas Hjalmarsson, defenseman, Sweden
Hjalmarsson had two shots on goal, a plus-one rating and 18:32 of ice time in Sweden's win over Slovenia.
Marcus Kruger, forward, Sweden
Kruger won 11-of-16 faceoffs against Slovenia. He also had one shot on goal, a plus-two rating and 11:54 of ice time.
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