Day three of the 2014 Winter Olympics men's ice hockey tournament is in the books, and we're still without a major upset. The Canadians took care of business and opened the offensive floodgates against an unsuspecting Austrian team, while Finland downed Norway in convincing fashion.
Sweden also won their contest, but the victory was severely overshadowed by the news that Henrik Zetterberg would be forced to miss the remainder of the Olympic Games. That single injury changes the landscape of the tournament, as the Swedes—believed to be a medal contender prior to the start of the tournament—are suddenly thin at center.
Rounding out the action today were the Czech Republic and Latvia. After a disappointing effort against Sweden in their first game, the Czechs got into the win column by dusting the Latvians.
Through these four contests, here's what we've learned.