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World Cup of Hockey Exhibition Games: Weekend Edition

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Saturday, the 10th

Czech Republic vs. Russia

Where: O2 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic

Time: 10:30 am

Where to watch: ESPN3 (or WatchESPN.com)

Any Bruins playing?: David Pastrnak should still be in the lineup

Should you watch?: I'm sleeping right through this game. I'll catch the highlights. You can see if the Czechs manage revenge, however. I don't blame you if you sit this one out.

Finland vs. Sweden

Where: Scandinavium, Gothenburg, Sweden

Time: Noon

Where to watch: ESPN3, which means you can pick up a stream on WatchESPN.com

Any Bruins Playing?: Rinne started the last game, so Rask most likely will be starting for Finland

Should you watch?: in spite of me being rather unfair to this game in favor of watching my favorite rookie, the first game between these two was a real good nail biter that went to OT. For the noon slate this oughta be your best bet.

USA vs. Canada

Where: Canadian Tire Center, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

When: 6pm

Where to Watch: WatchESPN.com

Any Bruins Playing?: David Backes will likely be playing for Team USA, as will Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron play for Canada

Should you watch?: this was a fantastic game yesterday, and it'll probably be just as good tonight on Canada's home soil. Prioritize this game if you watch no others today.

Sunday, the 11th

Team North America vs. Team Europe

Where: Bell Center, Montreal, Quebec

When: 6pm

Where to watch: WatchESPN.com

Any Bruins playing?: Zdeno Chara will get the honor of playing this game again

Should you watch?: The Pats game is at 8:30, so you got some time to kill. And aside from other sports happening, this was a real fun exhibition of team NA the first time. I for one am excited to see more of them.