The Czech Republic beat the United States 4:3 on Tuesday, taking top spot in Group B at the Ice Hockey World Championship in Moscow. After going up 3:1 in the final period, the Czechs looked headed for a more comfortable win until the Americans struck two late goals to level the score at 3:3. "We should have defended the 3:1 lead. That didn't happen but I'm happy we scored the deciding goal," Czech coach Alois Hadamczik told reporters. "We saw a very good hockey game tonight."
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