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More than 4,500 fans turned out to Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colo., as Canada downed the U.S., 11-9, at the Sept. 9 Duel.
Canadian attackman Curtis Dickson, back from a separated shoulder injury suffered at the end of the National Lacrosse League season, scored four goals, including two in the fourth quarter as Canada pulled away after Matt Striebel tied the game at 7 less than three minutes into the final period.
The U.S. rallied from a 5-2 halftime deficit by outscoring Canada 4-1 in the third quarter. Paul Rabil tied the game at 6 on a 12-yard shot from the left wing with 3:47 left in the third, but the U.S. then failed to convert on a pair of extra-man opportunities and struggled gain or maintain possession in the fourth quarter. Dickson's third goal with 15:31 left broke the 7-7 tie, and although Team USA's faceoff duo of Greg Gurenlian and Matt Dolente held a slight overall edge on Geoff Snider on faceoffs (13 to 11), Snider came up with three straight wins to help Canada go ahead 11-8 with 5:32 left.