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The 2004 World Cup of Hockey is the second World Cup of Hockey (WCH), an international 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.

Contents

Team participants

North American Pool European Pool
Canada Czech Republic
Russia Finland
Slovakia Germany
United States Sweden

Venues

Results

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North American pool

  GP W L T OTL GF GA Pts
 Canada 3 3 0 0 0 10 3 6
 Russia 3 2 1 0 0 9 6 4
 United States of America 3 1 2 0 0 5 6 2
 Slovakia 3 0 3 0 0 4 13 0
  • Thursday, August 19 - Training camps open
August 31
United States 1 – 2 Canada Montreal (1930*)
First period Refs: Brad Watson, Paul Devorski
St. Louis (Thornton, Niedermayer) pp 16:01
Second period
Sakic (Redden, St. Louis) pp 3:05
Guerin (Gomez) 10:40
Third period
no scoring
Game stats
September 1
Canada 5 – 1 Slovakia Montreal (1930*)
First period Refs: Don Vanmassenhoven, Stephen Walkom
Thornton 3:02
Smyth (Foote, Lecavalier) 4:43
Second period
Gagne (St. Louis) 4:07
Third period
St. Louis (Richards, Foote) pp 0:58
Cibak (Bartecko, Radivojevič) 4:53
Smyth (Lecavalier, Heatley) 7:11
Game stats
September 2
United States 1 – 3 Russia St. Paul (1930*)
First period Refs: Brad Watson, Paul Devorski
no scoring
Second period
Zubrus (Kvasha, Yashin) 12:20
Tkachuk (Modano, Rafalski) pp 13:44
Third period
Kovalev (Khavanov) 5:05
Kozlov (Samsonov) 18:02
Game stats
September 3
Slovakia 1 – 3 United States St. Paul (1900*)
First period Refs: Don Vanmassenhoven, Stephen Walkom
Smolinski (Leetch, Amonte) pp 3:09
Nagy (Demitra, Chara) pp 11:14
Blake (Chelios, Gomez) 13:27
Second period
no scoring
Third period
Guerin (Modano) 16:17
Game stats
September 4
Canada 3 – 1 Russia Toronto (1930*)
First period Refs: Brad Watson, Paul Devorski
no scoring
Second period
Richards (Gagne, Hannan) sh 3:40
Draper (Doan, Lecavalier) 5:17
Third period
Sakic (Lemieux) 5:43
Gonchar (Afinogenov) 12:46
Game stats
September 5
Russia 5 – 2 Slovakia Toronto (1930*)
First period Refs: Don Vanmassenhoven, Stephen Walkom
Datsyuk (Markov, Frolov) 8:10
Hossa (Demitra, Chara) 10:27
Second period
Kovalev (unassisted) 12:01
Samsonov (Zubrus, Gonchar) 15:47
Third period
Yashin (Frolov) sh 0:59
Gaborik (unassisted) 5:47
Ovechkin (Afanasenkov) 7:10
Game stats

European pool

  GP W L T OTL GF GA Pts
 Finland 3 2 0 1 0 11 4 5
 Sweden 3 2 0 1 0 13 9 5
 Czech Republic 3 1 2 0 0 10 10 2
 Germany 3 0 3 0 0 4 15 0
  • Thursday, August 19 - Training camps open
August 30
Czech Republic 0 – 4 Finland Helsinki (1300*)
First period Refs: Marc Joannette, Don Koharski
Hentunen (Kapanen, Numminen) 6:33
Second period
no scoring
Third period
S. Koivu (Lehtinen) 0:30
Kapanen (Salo, Peltonen) pp 4:54
Eloranta (Timonen, M. Koivu) 8:51
Game stats
August 31
Germany 2 – 5 Sweden Stockholm (1300*)
First period Refs: Dan Marouelli, Kevin Pollock
Holmström (Näslund, Forsberg) pp 16:44
Sturm sh 17:57
Second period
Sundin 1:59
Johnsson (Alfredsson, Modin) 7:26
Nilson (Sundin, Holmström) 11:51
Kreutzer (Boos) sh 13:00
Modin (Johnsson) 16:25
Third period
no scoring
Game stats
September 1
Czech Republic 3 – 4 Sweden Stockholm (1300*)
First period Refs: Dan Marouelli, Kevin Pollock
Modin (Sundin) 11:49
Second period
Forsberg (Holmström, Näslund) pp 2:58
Öhlund (Alfredsson, Modin) pp 4:28
Zetterberg (Johnsson) pp 10:30
Third period
Rucinsky (Havlat) 3:20
Zidlicky 5:16
Eliáš (Hamrlik) 14:25
Game stats
September 2
Finland 3 – 0 Germany Cologne (1330*)
First period Refs: Don Koharski, Marc Joanette
Timonen (Lehtinen, Selänne) pp 10:47
Second period
Selänne (Timonen, S. Koivu) pp 11:27
Third period
Lehtinen (Timonen) 15:38
Game stats
September 3
Germany 2 – 7 Czech Republic Prague (1330*)
First period Refs: Don Koharski, Marc Joanette
no scoring
Second period
Zidlicky (Straka, Prospal) pp 2:56
Slegr (Dopita, Sykora) 4:27
Jágr (Prospal) 5:52
Hejduk (Eliáš) pp 10:50
Eliáš (Havlat) 15:48
Third period
Boos (Lewandowski) 3:55
Havlat (Vlasak, Hamrlik) 10:59
Hecht (Leask) 17:19
Prospal (Jágr) 18:36
Game stats
September 4
Sweden 4 – 4 Finland Helsinki (1330*)
First period Refs: Dan Marouelli, Kevin Pollock
Peltonen (Ruutu, Väänänen) 1:39
Väänänen (Lydman, Hentunen) pp 4:34
Modin (unassisted) pp 12:27
S. Koivu (Lehtinen, Selänne) 12:46
Lidström (Alfredsson, Sundin) pp 17:24
Modin (Johnsson) 19:17
Second period
Jokinen (Ruutu, Peltonen) 0:38
Third period
Holmström (Forsberg, Modin) 19:15
Overtime
no scoring
Game stats

Playoffs

Quarter-finals

September 6
Finland 2 – 1 Germany Helsinki (1300*)
First period Refs: N/A
no scoring
Second period
Hagman (Kapanen, Timonen) pp 10:50
Third period
Sturm (Goc, Kreutzer) 13:58
Eloranta (Timonen, Jokinen) 16:38
Game stats
September 7
Sweden 1 – 6 Czech Republic Stockholm (1300*)
First period Refs: Don Koharski, Marc Joanette
Straka (Prospal) 6:15
Havlat (Elias) 13:30
Second period
Zidlicky (Straka) 16:08
Third period
Dvorak (Cajanek) sh 8:17
Hejduk (Zidlicky) 14:37
Holmström (Näslund, Forsberg) pp 16:29
Hejduk (Cajanek) en 18:15
Game stats
September 7
Russia 3 – 5 United States St. Paul (1900*)
First period Refs: Brad Watson, Paul Devorski
Tkachuk (Modano) 10:20
Second period
Tkachuk (Guerin, Modano) 1:56
Afanasenkov (Chubarov, Gonchar) 7:14
Third period
Zubrus (Yashin, Kasparaitis) 0:36
Gomez (Tkachuk) 4:25
Tkachuk (Guerin, Modano) 4:47
Kovalchuk (Samsonov, Kovalev) pp 11:04
Tkachuk (Modano, Rafalski) en 19:05
Game stats
September 8
Canada 5 – 0 Slovakia Toronto (1900*)
First period Refs: Don Vanmassenhoven, Stephen Walkom
no scoring
Second period
Lecavalier (Richards, Brewer) pp 2:28
Iginla (Sakic, Brewer) 5:26
Smyth (Lecavalier, Heatley) 11:29
Sakic (Iginla, Lemieux) 11:48
Third period
Iginla (Lemieux, Sakic) 7:49
Game stats

Semi-finals

September 10
Finland 2 – 1 United States St. Paul (1900*)
First period Refs: Don Koharski, Marc Joanette
no scoring
Second period
Weight (Gomez, Martin) pp 12:57
Third period
Jokinen (Numminen) 5:04
S. Koivu (Väänänen, Selänne) 16:06
Game stats
September 11
Canada 4 – 3 Czech Republic Toronto (1830*)
First period Refs: Paul Devorski, Stephen Walkom
no scoring
Second period
Brewer (Draper, Thornton) 11:15
Lemieux (Lecavalier, Richards) pp 14:25
Cajanek (Hejduk, Rucinsky) 15:07
Third period
Havlat (Kaberle, Hejduk) pp 7:21
Draper (Thornton) 13:47
Elias (Havlat) 13:53
Overtime
Lecavalier (Smyth) 3:45
Game stats

Final

September 14
Canada 3 – 2 Finland Toronto (1900*)
First period Refs: Paul Devorski, Stephen Walkom
Sakic (Lemieux, Brewer) 0:52 Hahl (Lydman, Berg), 6:34
Second period
Niedermayer (Thornton, Draper), 3:15 T. Ruutu (Lydman), 19:00
Third period
Doan (Thornton, Foote), 0:34
Game stats

Note: All times Eastern Daylight-Saving Time (UTC - 4 h)

Leading scorers

Rk Player GP G A Pts PIM
1 Sweden Fredrik Modin 4 4 4 8 2
2 Canada Vincent Lecavalier 6 2 5 7 8
3 United States Keith Tkachuk 5 5 1 6 23
4 Czech Republic Martin Havlat 5 3 3 6 2
5 Finland Kimmo Timonen 6 1 5 6 2
6 United States Mike Modano 5 0 6 6 0
7 Sweden Daniel Alfredsson 4 0 6 6 2
8 Canada Joe Sakic 6 3 3 6 2
9 Czech Republic Milan Hejduk 5 3 2 5 2
10 Czech Republic Patrik Elias 5 3 2 5 10

Leading goaltenders

Rk Goaltender Mins GA GAA SV%
1 Canada Martin Brodeur 300 5 1.00 .961
2 United States Rick DiPietro 60 1 1.00 .941
3 Finland Miikka Kiprusoff 365 9 1.50 .939
4 Sweden Tommy Salo 60 2 2.00 .895
5 Russia Ilya Bryzgalov 180 7 2.34 .897
6 United States Robert Esche 238 10 2.53 .909
7 Canada Roberto Luongo 64 3 2.82 .925
8 Czech Republic Tomas Vokoun 302 15 2.98 .881
9 Russia Maxim Sokolov 60 3 3.01 .893
10 Germany Olaf Kölzig 180 10 3.34 .905

Tournament MVP

All-star team

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