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CCCP - Soviet Union vs. Canada in the 1954 World Ice Hockey Championships in Stockholm, Sweden. Soviet Union sensationally defeated Canada 7–2 in the final and won the gold in its first championship ever.

The 21st Ice Hockey World Championships and 32nd European ice hockey championships were held from 26 February to 7 March, 1954 in Stockholm, Sweden.

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Game results

26 February
Czechoslovakia  7–1  Switzerland
26 February
Soviet Union  7–1  Finland
26 February
Sweden  10–1  Norway
27 February
Canada  8–1  Switzerland
27 February
Soviet Union  7–0  Norway
27 February
Czechoslovakia  9–4  West Germany
28 February
Canada  8–0  Norway
28 February
Switzerland  3–3  West Germany
28 February
Sweden  5–3  Finland
1 March
Czechoslovakia  12–1  Finland
1 March
Soviet Union  6–2  West Germany
1 March
Sweden  0–8  Canada
2 March
Finland  2–0  Norway
2 March
Soviet Union  5–2  Czechoslovakia
2 March
Sweden  6–3  Switzerland
3 March
Czechoslovakia  7–1  Norway
3 March
Canada  8–1  West Germany
3 March
Soviet Union  4–2  Switzerland
4 March
Switzerland  2–3  Norway
4 March
Canada  20–1  Finland
4 March
Sweden  4–0  West Germany
5 March
West Germany  5–1  Finland
5 March
Canada  5–2  Czechoslovakia
5 March
Sweden  1–1  Soviet Union
6 March
Finland  3–3  Switzerland
6 March
Sweden  4–2  Czechoslovakia
7 March
West Germany  7–1  Norway
7 March
Soviet Union  7–2  Canada
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Final standings

Rank Team GP Wins Ties Losses Goals Goal Diff. Pts.
1  Soviet Union 7 6 1 0 37:10 +27 13: 1
2  Canada 7 6 0 1 59:12 +47 12: 2
3  Sweden 7 5 1 1 30:18 +12 11: 3
4  Czechoslovakia 7 4 0 3 41:21 +20 8: 6
5  West Germany 7 2 1 4 22:32 −10 5: 9
6  Finland 7 1 1 5 12:52 −40 3:11
7  Switzerland 7 0 2 5 15:34 −19 2:12
8  Norway 7 1 0 6 6:43 −37 2:12

Team members

 Soviet Union

European Championships final rankings

  1.  Soviet Union
  2.  Sweden
  3.  Czechoslovakia
  4.  West Germany
  5.  Finland
  6.  Switzerland
  7.  Norway

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