Switzerland shocked Sweden with a 2-0 victory in the quarterfinals of the World Junior Hockey Championship on Wednesday.

Swiss netminder Luca Hollenstein turned away all 32 shots he faced en route to the upset.

It’s yet another instance where Sweden has dominated throughout the preliminary round of the tournament before underwhelming in the medal rounds.

Since 2008, Sweden has gone a stunning 48-0 during the WHJC prelims, only to stumble to a 13-15 record in medal round games, according to Gord Miller of TSN.

Yannick Bruschweiler opened the scoring for Switzerland in the first period, and Luca Wyss followed it up with an insurance marker partway through the second.

Switzerland will play the winner of Wednesday night’s game between Canada and Finland in the semifinals.

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