Junior Hockey: the United States won the bronze

Photo: Nathan Denette, The canadian Press
Joey Anderson and Patrick Harper have both collected a goal and an assist while Ryan Poehling has provided the other success of the Americans.

Trent Frederic scored four goals to lead the United States to an overwhelming victory of 9-3 against the Czech Republic on Friday, during the game of the bronze medal of the world Championship of junior hockey.

 

Kieffer Bellows has hit the target twice, including one on a penalty shot, and added a mention of assistance. Joey Anderson and Patrick Harper have both collected a goal and an assist while Ryan Poehling has provided the other success of the Americans.

 

Jake Oettinger concluded the bout with 28 stops, stopped the first 13 shots he has faced before allowing 2 goals on 3 shots in the first 3 minutes of the third round.

 

The United States, who were the defending champions of the tournament, bounced back after losing 4-2 against the Swedes, the day before, during one of the two semi-finals. They obtained a medal for a third year in a row, which represents the longest sequence of the country to this event.

 

Radovan Pavlik has amassed a goal and an assist for the Czechs. Martin Kaut and Daniel Kurovsky have also threaded the needle. Despite its defeat, the Czech Republic had its best result since 2005, when she had won the bronze medal.

 

The goalkeeper Josef Korenar has allocated three goals on sixteen shots before being chased out of the meeting after the purpose of Anderson, in the second twenty. Korenar has found his net to start the third period and he was pushed out of the nine throws after Jakub Skarek had conceded four goals.

 

Frederic, a first-round Boston Bruins in 2016, is passed to a goal to equal the record of the United States for the greatest number of successes in a game at this tournament. Wally Chapman had to move the rope five times, against Switzerland, in 1984, and Chris Bourque had also achieved the feat against Norway, in 2005.

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