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Great Britain at 2022 IIHF World Championship: Full schedule, face-off times & TV coverage. How to Watch 2022 IIHF World Championship: Sweden vs Austria: Live Stream, TV Channel, Start Time


🔴LIVE LINK📺📱👉 Great Britain vs Sweden Live

🔴LIVE LINK📺📱👉 Great Britain vs Sweden Live


Sweden and Austria battle Saturday in their first Group B game of the 2022 IIHF World Championship

This year’s tournament is being hosted in Tampere, Finland, with GB guaranteed to play seven games as they seek to preserve their status at the top table.

This is Great Britain’s third consecutive appearance in the top division of the IIHF World Championships.

After being promoted for the 2019 event, they recorded a stunning 4-3 overtime win over France to retain their place.

The 2020 edition was postponed due to COVID, and there was no relegation from the 2021 top division.

In 2021, GB recorded a memorable 4-3 win over Belarus to finish above them in the group – as well as going down to a 3-2 overtime defeat against Denmark.

Of the teams in GB’s group this year, they faced Czech Republic and Sweden in 2021, losing 6-1 and 4-1 respectively.

The eventual winners in 2021 were Canada, who secured their 27th title, ahead of Finland (silver medal), USA (bronze medal) and Germany.

Netminders: Jackson Whistle (Belfast Giants), Ben Bowns (HK Dukla Trencin), Jordan Hedley (Coventry Blaze)

Defencemen: Dallas Ehrhardt (Manchester Storm), David Phillips (Sheffield Steelers), Mark Richardson (Cardiff Devils), Josh Tetlow (Nottingham Panthers), Ben O’Connor (HSC Csikszereda), Sam Jones (Sheffield Steelers), David Clements (Coventry Blaze), Josh Batch (Cardiff Devils)

Forwards: Ben Davies (Cardiff Devils), Robert Lachowicz (Guildford Flames), Matthew Myers (Nottingham Panthers), Brett Perlini (Ringerike Panthers), Sam Duggan (Cardiff Devils), Lewis Hook (Belfast Giants), Luke Ferrera (Coventry Blaze), Jonathan Phillips (Sheffield Steelers), Evan Mosey (Sheffield Steelers), Scott Conway (Belfast Giants), Robert Dowd (Sheffield Steelers), Ben Lake (Belfast Giants), Cade Neilson (Aberdeen Wings), Josh Waller (Cardiff Devils)

The teams are joined in Group B by Finland, United States, Czechia, Latvia, Norway and Great Britain.

They will play all the teams over the next nine days looking to qualify for one of the eight quarterfinal spots.

Sweden is in search of their 12th gold medal at the 2022 IIHF World Championship while Austria is still trying to win their first.

Austria has won the bronze twice, but hasn't won a medal since 1948. Sweden won their last medal in 2018 when it won its second straight gold.

Sweden will be a heavy favorite in this opening game, but Austria is looking to shock some people and pull off the huge upset on Saturday.


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