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Garrett Allen had a goal and an assist in the first 11 minutes and Jimmy Mullin scored his
tournament-leading fifth goal as the Americans kept their three-peat dreams alive with a semifinal win over
Jesper Olofsson scored twice to pace the offence and Joakim Nordstrom netted the game-winning goal midway
through the third as the Swedes held off a late offensive push from the Russians to claim fifth place.
Nolan Kaiser scored the game-winning goal on a Canadian power play early in the third period and Matthew
Krahn made 31 saves as the westerners advanced to a semifinal date with the Americans on Saturday.
Matthew Peca and Evan Rodrigues scored 42 seconds apart to give the Canadian side a 4-0 second-period
lead, and it held off a furious Russian rally to book its spot vs. Switzerland in Saturday’s semifinals.
PLAYERS TO WATCH NAMED
FOR WORLD JUNIOR A CHALLENGE
International Scouting Services has selected five players from each of the six competing teams that it
believes are WJAC Players to Watch, including NHL draftees and draft-eligible players. Who made the list?. » more
HC SKILLS ACADEMIES:
THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS
Hundreds of Hockey Canada Skills Academies across the country – from St. John’s, N.L. to the one in
Summerland, B.C. – have found a balance between learning in the classroom and learning on the ice. » more
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