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Carl Hagelin told the Norwegian press last night that his game winning goal that put the Rangers in the second round was for Mats Zuccarello who was injured earlier in the game. (VG) (Nettavisen)

Hagelin said that he and Derick Brassard were talking about how they felt bad Zuccarello couldn't be there at the end and that the game winning goal was for him. He said that he hopes to see Zuccarello in the next game. (VG) (Nettavisen)

Zuccarello took a puck to the side of the head in the first period and did not return. Alain Vigneault didn't have much of an update after the game.

Tags: Carl Hagelin, Mats Zuccarello, Mats Zuccarello Brain Contusion, Penguins, Adam Rotter
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Carl Hagelin, Rick Nash and Derek Stepan met with the media on Tuesday to discuss their time at the Olympics.

Stepan said (Rangers)

  • What shape are you in, "I was able to skate quite a bit, I skated almost every morning. Off-days?it was just me and one or two other guys. You get a good skate and I knew that when the slotted time for their practice was done that I did a little work for myself too."
Hagelin said (Rangers)

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Canada defeated Sweden to win their second straight Gold Medal at the Olympic Winter Games.

  • Jonathon Toews, Sidney Crosby and Chris Kunitz scored for Canada
Rick Nash played 9:46 with two shots. He played 3:11 in the first, 3:56 in the second and 2:39 in the third.

Sweden picked up the Silver Medal.

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Henrik Lundqvist and Carl Hagelin defeated Finland 2-1 to advance to the Gold Medal game.

Lundqvist and Hagelin are guaranteed at least a Silver medal.

  • Olli Jokinen scored for Finland
  • Erik Karlsson and Loui Eriksson scored for Sweden.

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Carl Hagelin is injured but will continue to play for Sweden at the Olympics. (Expressen via PHT)

Hagelin left the game against Latvia yesterday and watched the rest from the stands.

The injury to Hagelin has not been revealed.

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Sweden beat the Czech Republic 4-2 in their opening round games of the Olympics.

Henrik Lundqvist picked up the win for Sweden and stopped 27 of 29 shots. Lundqvist also picked up the secondary assist on Berglund's goal.

Carl Hagelin played 12:25 in the game:

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Team Sweden is practicing today in Russia.

Carl Haglein is skating on the likely fourth line with Jimmie Ericsson (Skelleftea AIK) and Marcus Krueger of the Blackhawks. (Helene St. James)

The other lines for Sweden are:

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Carl Hagelin spoke this morning about being selected to his first Olympic games:
  • ?On his thoughts heading into today's announcement, "I knew in the summer that I was on the roster of 35 that had a chance. I hadn't spoken to any of the coaches. I know they came to one game and said that it looked good. I was hoping to make it and it's a huge honor to make Team Sweden."
  • On his development as a player after the Olympics, "It will give me a lot of experience. You get to play with and against the best players in the world so for me this is the first time that I will play with the national team at this level, World Juniors was the last time I played for Sweden. I am excited and will learn a lot from this."
  • On the roster, "Even when we had the orientation, you get to know a lot of the guys. It's a lot of stars on the team. We have the Sedins, Zetterberg, Backstrom and Hank in net. On D we have Karlsson. It's a great team and I am looking forward to it."
  • On going with Henrik, "It will help. He has been nice to me since day one. It's always nice to know someone but I also know a lot of the other guys from skating in the summer and playing against them. It shouldn't be a problem but having Hank will help."
  • On last night, "I don't think it's too much frustration. We showed a lot of character coming back in the third. We didn't play the way we wanted in the last five minutes but other than that we played a solid third period. It's no frustration. We want to get back to it and get two points instead of one."
  • On measuring the team, "I think anytime you play that team, I remember my first time here they have so many skill guys and All-Stars. That is a guy where everyone shows up, everyone on the team has to play at their best and I think everyone in here is excited to play them. It's a tough task but we are up for it."
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