2022 Winter Olympics

The Game is Global, Part 6: The state of play for China and Denmark

Note: As we move into this next phase of The Game is Global, we will have articles for you nearly every day with previews of the 12 countries that will be playing Beijing, with two nations per article. In addition to the information we have provided in our previous editions, we will also include a small section with predictions for where each nation will finish in the Olympic men’s tournament.

欢迎 and Velkommen to the sixth edition of The Game is Global. We’ve finally gotten to the nations that have qualified for Beijing 2022 and now look at their respective states of play. In this edition, we take a look at the two newcomers to Olympic play, a small but growing Nordic qualifier, and the sleeping giant hosts! How are China and Denmark faring in the world of ice hockey and what is in store fo

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