Days go by and are not the same for Junior Team Canada (CJS). The day after the dinner that invaded Germany at the start of the course, Canada needed a slight change to overcome the Slovaks to beat the Slovaks 3-1 at Rogers Place in Bubble on Sunday night. From Edmonton.
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Maple Leaf’s powerful attack on Germany, who had scored 16 goals the day before, had little dominance over today’s opponents, though the game seemed to suggest otherwise.
Four minutes after the opening face-off, defenseman Jordan Spence jumped over a loose puck in the slot to overtake the Slovakian goaltender. Aside from the duel against the Germans, the Los Angeles Kings Prospect, playing for the Monkton Wildcats in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL), took advantage of his first appearance on the ice in the tournament. To give his team a goal lead.
Philip Tomasino scored Canada’s second goal in the final third, with less than four minutes left in the final third, with Jack Quinn scoring in the empty net. Tomasino had an assist on the net from Spence, with Dylan Cogens scoring his seventh point of the tournament by assisting on his second goal.
With 84 seconds left in the game, Slovakia still showed signs of life by losing 17 saves writer, Shoutout goalkeeper Devon Levine. Martin Chromiac was the one who defended the dignity of his people.
Schneider is suspended
Hours before the Canada-Slovakia game, the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) junior team imposed a game suspension on Canadian defenseman Braden Schneider. Against Germany.
The New York Rangers prospect, who was immediately ruled out of the game, could return to play for Canada’s game against Switzerland on Tuesday.