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Morning Bag Skate: United States to clash against Canada in semifinals at World Championships

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Chicago Blackhawks prospects Vincent Hinostroza and Tyler Motte will look to help the United States defeated defending champion Canada in the semifinals at the World Championships on Saturday. A win by the Americans would put them in the gold-medal game for the first time since 1960, which is also the last time they won the tournament.

Tampa Bay held off Pittsburgh to win Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Final and tie the series at 2-2 on Friday. San Jose looks to take a commanding 3-1 series lead in the Western Conference Final against San Jose on Saturday.


**Worlds: Panarin, Pokka to meet in semifinals (SCH)


**A Brave new world in Australian hockey (SCH)


**Blues will start Allen for Game 4 (STLGT)

**Playoff run has Blues using rooftop dryers to keep Scottrade cool (STL P-D)

**Tarasenko a non-factor in WCF (STL P-D)

**Do the Capitals want a second chance with Eakin? (DBD)


**RECAP: Lightning hold Pens to tie series (RC)

**Kessel left with bottle of mouthwash, gum in stall (theScore)


**Report: Datsyk "agreed" to two-year deal with SKA St. Petersburg (WIIM)

**Memorial Cup: Red Deer vs. London

**Clark Cup Final: Tri-City sweeps Dubuque to win its first Clark Cup (USHL)

**IIHF approves 3-on-3 OT for 2017 (TSN)

**OHL Flint names Oulahen head coach (PHT)