VICTORIA – Patrick Hrehorcak from Slovakia, who scored a Canadian goalkeeper Ian Scott on Friday. He did it twice. But he was hit with everything, but only one of his betrayal came out, but very little.
For the World Junior Hockey Championship, which started on boxing in Vancouver and Victoria, Scott was chosen as the starting point for the Canadian team, scoring Slovakia's 6-1 lead. Hrehorcak broke his five-minute lead from the right wing.
Canadian midfielder Michael DiPietro scored a few goals against Canada after winning 5-3 on Wednesday in Canada and his goalkeeper.
As they did two nights against Switzerland, Team Canada first dominated Slovakia's superiority and set up a comfortable lead. In contrast to Wednesday, there was nothing to worry about returning the opponents in the second half.
The Canadians drove away from sliding against the Slovak. Of course, with Scott, Toronto Mushroom Leafs Avenue, Vancouver Canucks replaced DiPietro instead of Diarrhea. But Canadians are better everywhere – cleaned from their own area, closer to attack, safe with sick and disc.
The Slovaks might have been slightly uplifted in comparison to Switzerland, but Team Canada will get a better score when playing in Finland on Sunday's final tournament in Vancouver.
Canada defended the world championship in Rogers Arena, Denmark.
Canadians targeted at six different strikers: Max Comtois, Jack Studnicka, Nick Suzuki, Shane Bowers, Cody Glass and Ty Smith. For the first time in Canada was 3-0 for the 14th minute and 5-0 in two rounds.
On the net, Scott did not face a lot of shots, but Slovakia suffered a lot of good chances, including Adam Ruzicka's inevitable win.