Brodeur's 27 saves secure 3-2 win over Finland
TORONTO -- The World Cup returned to Canada after 13 long years. How long hockey will be gone is anyone's guess.
Joe Sakic, Scott Niedermayer and Shane Doan scored on Canada's first shot of each period Tuesday night, and Martin Brodeur shook off a wrist injury to make 27 saves in a 3-2 victory against Finland in the World Cup of Hockey championship game.
The host nation celebrated the victory, but the joy was tempered
because the NHL is set to announce a lockout on Wednesday ...
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