2019 World Championship: Blackhawks’ Alex DeBrincat, Patrick Kane each score 2 points on Day 3

Recap and highlights on Blackhawks players and prospects in the tournament.

Each day throughout the World Championship tournament, Second City Hockey will provide updates on how the Blackhawks players are performing. For more coverage on the tournament, visit secondcityhockey.com/world-championship-2019.

United States 7, France 1

Alex DeBrincat scored two goals and Patrick Kane had a goal and assist.

DeBrincat and Kane are tied for the Americans’ point lead at three, with DeBrincat scoring three goals and Kane having a goal and two assists.

Canada 8, Great Britain 0

Dylan Strome scored a power-play goal in Canada’s win.

Sweden 8, Italy 0

Marcus Kruger scored his first goal of the tournament off a feed from former Blackhawk Dennis Rasmussen (KHL Metallurg Magnitogorsk).

Erik Gustafsson fired six shots on net for the Swedes.

Germany 2, Denmark 1

Dominik Kahun recorded two shots on net and had the primary assist on Fredrik Tiffels’ goal.

Blackhawks prospect Mathias From did not play for Denmark.

Switzerland 3, Latvia 1

Philipp Kurashev recorded the primary assist on Gregory Hofmann’s goal for the Swiss. Kurashev now has an assist in each of his two tournament games.

Russia 5, Austria 0

Artem Anisimov had two shots on net in Russia’s win. He has one goal in the tournament.