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2019 World Juniors: Recap on Blackhawks prospects from Day 6

Six Chicago prospects were held off the scoresheet.

Russia v Canada - 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship Photo by Rich Lam/Getty Images

Each day throughout the World Junior Championship tournament, Second City Hockey will provide updates on how the Blackhawks’ prospects are performing. For more coverage on the tournament, visit the World Juniors 2019 section on the main page or

Czech Republic 4, Denmark 0

Czech defenseman Jakub Galvas (2017 fifth-rounder) had two shots on goal in 18:50 minutes of ice time. He had a secondary assist on the Czechs’ first goal of the tournament, but hasn’t recorded a point since.

Up next: Czech Republic vs. United States at 7 p.m. Wednesday

Sweden 4, Kazakhstan 1

Swedish defenseman Adam Boqvist (2018 first-rounder) had five shots on goal in 19:55 of ice time. It was the first game of the tournament he has not recorded a point. He has one game-winning goal and three assists in four games.

Up next: Sweden vs. Switzerland at 3 p.m. Wednesday

Russia 2, Canada 1

Canadian forward MacKenzie Entwistle (2017 third-rounder via Arizona trade). who had a goal in each of his three previous games, was limited to two shots on net in 9:23. Defenseman Ian Mitchell (2017 second-rounder) had two shots on net in 16:25.

With the win, Russia clinched the top spot in Group A.

Up next: Canada vs. Finland at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Russia vs. Slovakia at 9:30 p.m. Wednesday

United States 4, Finland 1

American center Evan Barratt (2017 third-rounder) had three shots on goal and served 2 minutes for a tripping penalty in 15:24 of ice time. Finnish defenseman Henri Jokiharju (2017 first-rounder) had a team-high six shots on net in 20:59.

Up next: Finland vs. Canada at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, United States vs. Czech Republic at 7 p.m. Wednesday