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CALGARY —Kevin Rempel of Vineland, Ont. Colin Kaepernick Womens Jersey ., scored
twice to lead Canada to a 4-1 win over Norway on Monday at the World Sledge
Hockey Challenge. Greg Westlake of Oakville, Ont., and Billy Bridges of
Summerside, P.E.I., had a goal and an assist each for Canada, which improved to
2-0 at the four-team tournament. Goalie Corbin Watson of Kingsville, Ont.,
stopped eight of nine shots he faced to record the victory. Audun Bakke scored
the lone goal of the game for Norway (0-2), which also lost 3-1 to the United
States one day earlier at the Markin MacPhail Centre. Kjell Christian Hamar made
22 saves in the Norway net. Despite outshooting Norway 9-3 in the first period,
Canada trailed 1-0 as a result of a power-play goal by Bakke at 6:06 of the
opening frame. Hamar kept the game close in the first period by turning aside
quality shots by Rempel, Tyler McGregor and Dominic Larocque. The Canadian squad
continued to pour on the pressure in the second period and were finally rewarded
at 5:17 when a pass by Westlake from the corner bounced off of Rempel and into
the net behind Hamar. Bridges then one-timed a pass from Dorion past Hamar
before Westlake tapped a cross-crease feed from Brad Bowden into a wide-open
net. Rempel rounded out the scoring at 6:31 of the third period when he
converted a feed from Bridges. Notes: In Mondays evening game, the U.S. (1-0)
will face off against Japan (0-1). ... The preliminary round wraps up on
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between Canada and the U.S. ... Semifinal action will take place on Thursday,
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