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Toews was a +3 and led all Canadian forwards in ice time.
Toews nets first point in 6-0 win over Austria
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Updated: Sunday 02/14/2014 13:45:57 (ET)
by Jayson Hajdu, UND Athletic Media Relations
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SOCHI, Russia -- Jonathan Toews and defending gold medal champion Canada are 2-0 after a 6-0 blanking of Austria today at the 2014 Winter Olympics.

Toews collected his first point of the tournament when his faceoff win in the first period led directly to Drew Doughty's goal that opened the scoring. Toews won a game-high 10 faceoffs on 18 chances and has now won 62.5 percent (20-for-32) of his draws through two games.

Toews' line, which also included Patrick Marleau and Rick Nash, started the game. He led all Canadian forwards in ice time (15:59) and tied for the game high with a +3 rating.

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