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.
Bowns manages to get enough to deflect the initial shot onto the post but Dylan Strome manages to force it across the line pic.twitter.com/px5G7sS6fL— Oliver Hampson (@OliverJHampson) May 12, 2019
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.
#LATSUI #IIHFWorlds 34:02 into the game and we have our first goal! Hofmann sees an opportunity to send the puck into the back of the net.— IIHF (@IIHFHockey) May 12, 2019
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Russia 5, Austria 0
Artem Anisimov had two shots on net in Russia’s win. He has one goal in the tournament.