Schutz's OT goal lifts Germany past U.S.
GELSENKIRCHEN, Germany -- Before a record hockey crowd of 77,803, the United States lost to Germany 2-1 on Friday in the opening game of the world championships.
Felix Schutz scored the winning goal 21 seconds into overtime at Veltins Arena, ordinarily the home of the Schalke soccer team. The attendance broke the record of 74,544 set in 2001 when Michigan State hosted Michigan at Spartan Stadium.
Schutz tapped home a pass from Constantin Braun just inside the blue line. A video review ...
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