The junior Czech national hockey team on Thursday beat Slovakia 5:2 to finish fifth at the world championships in Canada. The Czechs, who saw their medal hopes crushed by the Russians in the quarter-finals, went ahead early on against the Slovaks, and were leading 3:0 by the end of the first period, and easily controlled the rest of the game. Fifth place is the best result for the junior Czech team in the last four years.
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