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Koivu, Finland rally to eliminate USA from World Hockey Championships

Mikko Koivu scored the game-tying goal before Finland stunned the U.S. with the winning goal with 8 seconds left in the third period. Finland won the game, 3-2, eliminating the U.S. in the quarterfinal round of the World Hockey Championships.
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Mikko Koivu scored the game-tying goal before Finland stunned the U.S. with the winning goal with 8 seconds left in the third period. Finland won the game, 3-2, eliminating the U.S. in the quarterfinal round of the World Hockey Championships.

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