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HC Davos' Robbie Earl (R) stand beside as his team mate Peter Sejna holding his son Ownen after winning their final game against Dinamo Riga at the Spengler Cup ice hockey tournament in the Swiss mountain resort of Davos December 31, 2011. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann

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HC Davos defeated Dinamo Riga 3-2 Saturday to win its 15th Spengler Cup title.

Gregory Sciaroni, Petr Sykora and Pavel Brendl scored for Davos in front of 6,500 hometown fans at Vaillant Arena.

Jamie Lundmark and Niclas Lucenius scored for Riga.

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Canada was eliminated from the world's oldest pro hockey tournament in Thursday's quarter-finals, with a loss in a shootout to Wolfsburg.

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