2019 World Championship: Blackhawks’ Alex DeBrincat scores twice in Team USA’s win over Denmark

Patrick Kane and Dylan Strome each have three assists on Day 9 of the tournament.

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United States 7, Denmark 1

Alex DeBrincat and Patrick Kane each scored three points in the United States’ victory over Denmark. DeBrincat scored two goals and an assist, while Kane had three helpers.

Kane leads the Americans in scoring with nine points (two goals, seven assists), while DeBrincat has a team-leading six goals.

Prospect Mathias From did not score a point in 10:28 of ice time for Denmark.

Canada 8, Germany 1

Dylan Strome dished out three assists, including two primary ones, in Canada’s rout of Germany. He has a goal and four assists in the tournament.

Germany’s Dominik Kahun only fired on shot on net in 21:39 of ice time.

Sweden 4, Switzerland 3

Erik Gustafsson scored his first goal of the tournament in Sweden’s win against Switzerland.

Gustafsson skated to the net where Toronto’s William Nylander found him for an easy tap in. Gustafsson has three points (one goal, two assists) in the tournament.

Marcus Kruger (Sweden) and prospect Philipp Kurashev (Switzerland) each recorded one shot on net for their respective teams.

Norway 6, Italy 1

Andreas Martinsen recorded two assists in Norway’s victory against Italy. He has five assists in the tournament.

Russia 3, Latvia 1

Artem Anisimov recorded the primary assist on Nikita Kucherov’s opening goal in Russia’s win. Anisimov has a goal and an assist in the tournament.