2004 World Cup of Hockey


2004 World Cup of Hockey

The 2004 World Cup of Hockey is the second World Cup of Hockey (WCH), an international ice hockey tournament. Prior to the first World Cup of Hockey in 1996, the Canada Cup was the name of this international competition between nations. The World Cup of Hockey was held from August 30 to September 14, 2004, in various venues in North America and Europe; Canada won the final against Finland. The tournament's main organizer and logistical manager was David Job of Canada.

The NHL announced the lockout two days after the tournament final was played.

Team participants

* Thursday, August 19 - Training camps open

Playoffs

Quarter-finals

Final

Tournament MVP

*Vincent Lecavalier, Canada

All-star team

*Goaltender: Martin Brodeur, Canada
*Defence: Adam Foote, Canada; Kimmo Timonen, Finland
*Forwards: Vincent Lecavalier, Canada; Saku Koivu, Finland; Fredrik Modin, Sweden

Trivia

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ee also

* International Ice Hockey Federation
* National Hockey League
* Summit Series
* World Cup of Hockey
* World Professional Hockey Championships
* 1996 World Cup of Hockey
* 2004 World Cup of Hockey statistics

External links

* [http://proxy.espn.go.com/nhl/feature/featureStory?page=2004worldcup ESPN World Cup of Hockey page]
* [http://www.tsn.ca/world_cup_hockey/ TSN's World Cup of Hockey page]
* [http://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockey/world-cup-2004/ CBC's World Cup of Hockey page]
* [http://InternationalHockeyFan.Com International Hockey Statistics Database]
* [http://www.prohockeyfr.com/coupecanada.htm Series du Sommet (série du siècle), Coupe Canada et Coupe du Monde]

References


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