The winning streak continues for Canada, who beat Slovakia 5-1 to win their third consecutive World Cup. The first half ended in a draw, with both teams scoring one goal each. The Maple Leaf team opened the ball with Lori’s goal after 10’48 ”. However, this advantage did not last long, in fact the Slovaks equalized thanks to a goal from Dakak at 12’47 ” in the powerplay. The favorites from Group A returned to the ice with even more excitement for the second period and with Dubois’ brace, they finished the time 3-1. Chillinger and Geeky thought about finding the final two goals of the match, which firmly fell to Slovakia.
Latvia’s good performance in both games against the United States and Finland saw them beat Norway 3-2, thus securing their first victory. After the first period ended 1-1, Merslikins and his teammates thanked Jelisezevs and Bukarts in the second half. However, Thoreson’s team did not throw in the bat, and in the third quarter they found a goal in the hands of Crocdale, which was not enough to win the match.
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