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Blackhawks at Worlds: Day Four

See how Blackhawks players and prospects fared on the fourth day of the IIHF World Championships
Photo: NHL.com

Photo: NHL.com

On day four of the IIHF World Championships, Blackhawks representatives were impactful once again. Check out all the highlights below.

United States defeats Finland, 3-2 (OT)

Alex DeBrincat set up Brady Skjei for a one-timer just 50 seconds into the game to give the Americans an early lead:

After Dylan Larkin was rocked by a big hit, DeBrincat was right in the middle of the scrum:

Patrick Kane didn't record a point, but a ref cam caught a pretty cool view of one of his shots on goal:

Kane tried to roof a backhander past Vehvilainen in overtime to no avail:

Russia defeats Czech Republic, 3-0

Artem Anisimov didn't record a point in the Russian victory. He was called for a roughing penalty in the third period, but the Czechs couldn't convert on their power play:

On the Czech side, Blackhawks forward prospect Dominik Kubalik had a quiet game. He has posted two goals, three assists, and a plus-five rating over three games in the tournament.

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Canada defeats Slovakia, 6-5

Dylan Strome almost tallied an assist on this power play opportunity, but Mark Stone jammed the puck into the side of the net:

Mark Stone scored the game-winning power-play goal with just one second remaining in the third period. Dylan Strome didn't record an assist on the play, but he provided the net-front presence:

Sweden defeats Norway, 9-1

Andreas Martinsen was quiet for Norway, but Erik Gustafsson recorded an assist on this nice stretch pass:

The Swedes were absolutely relentless in this one, as exemplified by Gustafsson getting heated at the end of the second period with an 8-0 lead:

Marcus Kruger went scoreless in this one, but he did have a redirect opportunity in the first period that sailed just inches wide of the left post.

What's Next?

Two of the four games tomorrow will feature Blackhawks players or prospects.

  • 1:00 PM central time: Germany (F Dominik Kahun) vs. France
  • 1:00 PM central time: Switzerland (F Philipp Kurashev) vs. Austria

Be sure to follow Four Feathers Podcast on Twitter for live updates!

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