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NEWS: Iqaluit February 12, 2014 - 5:15 am

Photo: Brian Twerdin celebrates the first men’s hockey match-up at Sochi

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Brian Twerdin, co-owner of Iqaluit's Grind and Brew cafe, got dressed up for Team Canada's first men's hockey game against Norway Feb. 13 and put the game on his flat screen TV so customers could watch. Canada won the game 3-1 with a performance some sports pundits described as lackluster. Canada's dream team, which won Olympic gold in Vancouver four years ago, continues their quest for the podium in Sochi when they play Austria Feb. 14 at noon Eastern time. (PHOTO BY DAVID MURPHY)
Brian Twerdin, co-owner of Iqaluit's Grind and Brew cafe, got dressed up for Team Canada's first men's hockey game against Norway Feb. 13 and put the game on his flat screen TV so customers could watch. Canada won the game 3-1 with a performance some sports pundits described as lackluster. Canada's dream team, which won Olympic gold in Vancouver four years ago, continues their quest for the podium in Sochi when they play Austria Feb. 14 at noon Eastern time. (PHOTO BY DAVID MURPHY)

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