The tension was palpable. Canada, playing an international hockey tournament on home soil, simply is not allowed to lose.
It's a thought that can keep a group of teenage hockey players up at night.
About eight minutes in to Canada's semifinal meeting with Sweden on Wednesday at Bell Centre in Montreal, that reality was staring the group of Canadian teenagers square in the face.For goaltender Connor Ingram, it was a nightmare scenario. The Lightning prospect, drafted in the third round of the 2016 draft, fell under the weight of expectations, allowing two goals on three shots and being replaced...
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