Americans say Noe to Sweden

Inline: Team USA wins 6th world title; Canada takes bronze[more]

Team USA celebrates the first gold in inline hockey since 2010 after beating Sweden in the final game. Photo: Hans Oelschlägel
DRESDEN – The United States became the first team to win the IIHF InLine Hockey World Championship for a sixth time when Team USA beat Sweden 6-3 in the final. Canada defeated Slovakia 5-1 for the bronze. Slovenia is relegated and will be replaced by Great Britain.

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Crowns or Stars?

Sweden, USA go for record sixth inline hockey world title[more]

Henrik Höglund and Matt White have been scoring high. One of them will celebrate the gold medal win tonight. Photos: Robin Trettin
DRESDEN – No other team has won more IIHF InLine Hockey World Championships than Sweden and the United States with five golds each. One of these nations will own the undisputed... [more]

Sweden, USA play for gold

Inline semi-finals: Sweden-Canada 10-5, USA-Slovakia 11-4[more]

The Swedish player made it to the gold medal game of the 2013 IIHF InLine Hockey World Championship.
DRESDEN – Sweden defeated Canada 10-5 and will be back in the gold medal game of the IIHF InLine Hockey World Championship after four years. They will face Team USA, which beat... [more]

Slovakia’s last-minute surprise

Inline: Finns out; Canada, Sweden, U.S. advance[more]

DRESDEN – Slovakia, winless in the three games before, scored an upset in the... [more]

Rise on the occasion

Jordan Gavin gives insight into Australian ice and inline hockey[more]

DRESDEN – Australia has been the surprise team in the lower division of the... [more]

United against the flood

Inline hockey stars use free day to help community[more]

DRESDEN – The EnergieVerbund Arena, hosting the 2013 IIHF InLine Hockey World... [more]



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