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Blackhawks at Worlds: Day Three

See how Blackhawks players and prospects fared on the third day of the IIHF World Championships
Photo: Petr David Josek/AP

Photo: Petr David Josek/AP

In an action-packed day that featured Blackhawks players or prospects in every game, plenty of them found the score sheet. Check out all the highlights below.

United States defeats France, 7-1

The Americans had their way with France in this contest, and the Blackhawks representatives were a big reason why. Alex DeBrincat opened the scoring on a power play. Naturally, Patrick Kane recorded an assist on the play:

The Cat also recorded the second goal of the game on this wrister from the right wing:

Patrick Kane lit the lamp by picking up some loose change in front of the net:

Russia defeats Austria, 5-0

Blackhawks forward Artem Anisimov was held off the score sheet, but his Russian teammates had no problem picking up the slack as they cruised to a 5-0 victory.

Germany defeats Denmark, 2-1

Dominik Kahun tallied a primary assist in the final seconds of the middle frame to put the Germans up by two:

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Sweden defeats Italy, 8-0

Marcus Kruger recorded his first point of the tournament with this goal from the slot:

Canada defeats Great Britain, 8-0

Dylan Strome scored his first goal of the tournament:

Switzerland defeats Latvia, 3-1

Philipp Kurashev helped open the scoring for Switzerland with this assist:

What's Next?

All four games tomorrow will feature Blackhawks players or prospects.

  • 9:00 AM central time: United States (F Patrick Kane, F Alex DeBrincat) vs. Finland (D Henri Jokiharju, G Kevin Lankinen)
  • 9:00 AM central time: Russia (F Artem Anisimov) vs. Czech Republic (F prospect Dominik Kubalik)
  • 1:00 PM central time: Slovakia vs. Canada (F Dylan Strome)
  • 1:00 PM central time: Norway (F Andreas Martinsen) vs. Sweden (F Marcus Kruger, D Erik Gustafsson)

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Featured Photo: Petr David Josek/AP