Belarus, France rally to win at Worlds

 

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Minsk, Belarus (SportsNetwork.com) - Belarus and France each orchestrated third-period comebacks to win Monday at the 2014 World Hockey Championship.

The host Belarusians posted their second straight win, clipping Switzerland 4-3 on Mikhail Grabovski's goal with 2:06 remaining in the third period.

Sergei Kostitsyn had two goals for Belarus, including the game-tying tally midway through the third.

Switzerland remains winless through three preliminary games in Group B play.

Antoine Roussel scored twice during France's four-goal third period in a 5-3 victory over Slovakia.

France picked up their second win in Group A play, while Slovakia has yet to find the win column in three games.

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