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Leduc, Alberta will host the 2015 World Sledge Hockey Challenge, Hockey Canada announced Monday. Canada will be joined by Russia, South Korea, and the United States for the tournament which runs from February 1-7. “We’re looking forward to bringing Canada’s National Sledge Team to Leduc for one of the highlights of the sledge hockey season,” Hockey Canada’s vice-president of hockey operations and national teams Scott Salmond said in a media release. “Alberta fans have always had a passion for sledge hockey, and we’re excited to get on the ice, defend the gold medal and continue to prepare for the 2015 IPC Sledge Hockey World Championship.” “The City of Leduc is honoured to be the host city for the 2015 World Sledge Hockey Challenge,” Leduc Mayor Greg Krischke said in the release. “We are grateful for the opportunity to showcase our community and demonstrate the importance of building accessible facilities for the benefit of all.” Canada won the gold at the 2013 World Sledge Hockey Challenge and has won five gold medals in seven tournaments. 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Anze Kopitar scored twice as the Kings beat the Ottawa Senators 5-2 on Saturday afternoon for their sixth straight win. In many ways this game was over before it even started as the Kings took control of the game, scoring twice by the four-minute mark. The game could have been much uglier had Los Angeles not let up in the second period. "We kind of slacked a little after we were up 3-0," said Kings defenceman Drew Doughty. "We let them back in the game and they started outshooting us and taking the play to us and after they got those two we had to get back in the game." Los Angeles now has a 22-7-4 record, third-best in the NHL. Ottawa, meanwhile, continues to struggle with afternoon games. The Senators are now 1-6-1 when the puck drops before 7 p.m. "They got off to a better start than us so they carry momentum early," said Ottawas Jason Spezza. Jeff Carter, Dwight King and Jarrett Stoll also scored for L.A. Rookie goaltender Martin Jones extended his winning streak to five games, stopping 37 shots. Joe Corvo and Erik Karlsson scored for the Senators (13-15-6), who saw their home record drop to 6-9-3 for the year. Starter Craig Anderson was pulled after allowing two goals on four shots in 4:18. Robin Lehner finished the game allowing three goals on 22 shots. L.A. took control early on as King opened the scoring just 21 seconds into the game beating Anderson blocker side. Carters goal at 4:18 put an end to Andersons afternoon as he looked awful on the play. "I had a bad day," said Anderson. "Everyone has a bad day once in a while. It just so happens the red light goes on when I make a mistake. Its all magnified that way. It stinks, but I cant focus too much on it, Ive got to move forward and put it behind you. "Its a little blip on the radar and one of those things where the sooner you forget about it the better off youll be." Senators coach Paul MacLean admitted that Andersons rough start made it that much more difficult for his team. "We didnt get saves early," said MacLLean.dddddddddddd "That team that we played is a very good team. They play a certain way and they play that way the whole game and they make it difficult for you and they certainly did that (Saturday)." While Anderson had his share of struggles his teammates say they didnt offer much help. "Its a (bad) goal, but at the same time we cant just put it on (Anderson) in that situation," said defenceman Erik Karlsson. "The things hes done for us in the past is probably way more than just one unlucky bounce there so we should be able to clean it up there for him. Obviously today we didnt have his back like he usually has ours." Things didnt get any better as Kopitar made it 3-0 after beating Lehner from in close. That marked the 18th straight game in which the Kings did not allow a goal in the first period. "We just keep winning," said Stoll. "Theres just a bunch of things going right right now. We just have to make sure we keep on top of it." The Senators finally managed to give the 17,140 fans in attendance something to cheer about midway through the second as Corvo was able to jump on Spezzas rebound and beat the 23-year-old Jones on the left side. Ottawa made things close as Karlsson made it 3-2 at the four-minute mark of the third, but were never able to score the equalizer as Jones was solid. "We stuck to it as good as we could," said Ottawas Erik Karlsson. "We won the second period and got an early goal in the third, but unfortunately wasnt able to hold on for the tie." Stoll made it 4-2 at 13:18 of the third as he picked up a Drew Doughty rebound and Kopitar scored his second of the game on the power play with just over three minutes remaining putting an end to any hopes of a Senators comeback. Notes: D Jared Cowen sat out the second of his two-game suspension. 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