VANCOUVER — Noah Dobson scored the eventual game-winning goal, and Canada defeated Switzerland, 3-2, on Thursday evening, the world Championship of junior hockey.
Cody Glass and MacKenzie Entwistle have also threaded the needle for the Canada, who saw goalkeeper Ian Scott block 15 of 17 washers directed towards him.
Philipp Kurashev has hit the target two times in numerical advantage for Switzerland. Akira Schmid has sold three times in 32 shots.
Canada has signed a second victory in as many games since the start of the tournament while Switzerland has lost its first two parts.
Canada needed only 36 seconds to register on the scoreboard. The Québécois Maxime Comtois stole the puck at the swiss defender Simon Le Coultre and it has passed to the hope of the Montreal canadiens Nick Suzuki.
Suzuki drew a roofer and he made a great pass to Glass, who has deceived the vigilance of Schmid.
The swiss replica occurred as early as the 46th second of the second commitment. Well, posted in the enclave, Kurashev has accepted a discount of Nicolas Muller and it took a violent shooting on reception who did move the ropes.
After watching Scott make a spectacular stop of the mitten at the expense of Yannick Bruschweiler, the company of Tim Hunter took the lead through Entwistle. This last has beaten Schmig thanks to bright a shot after receiving a pass from Shane Bowers.
With less than eight minutes remaining in the second twenty, Dobson has intercepted a zone exit, and he dragged the defender Janis Moser before beating goalkeeper switzerland between his leggings.
Canada will jump again on the ice of Rogers Arena, but this time on Saturday against the Czech Republic.
Russia whitens denmark
Alexander Romanov has scored a goal and collected two helpers to lead Russia to a 4-0 victory against Denmark in the second day of the world Championship of junior hockey, Thursday in Vancouver.
Despite the defeat, this was a much better effort on the part of the training of Danish, rossée 14-0 by Canada on Wednesday night.
Vitali Kravtsov has registered a goal and an assist for Russia, who played his first game of the tournament. Pavel Shen and Ivan Morozov, have succeeded in the other threads.
Danil Tarasov has signed the game white, while the defeat went to the folder of William Rorth.
Kravtsov opened the scoring at 6:28 of the first period and Romanov brought the score 2-0 late in the second twenty.
The Danes remained in range of Russia until Shen does not touch the target digital advantage with just over six minutes to play.
Morozov has confirmed the victory by putting the puck into an empty net in the final two minutes of the match.
Russia will play its next meeting on Friday against the Czech Republic. As in Denmark, it will pick up the necklace on Saturday against Switzerland.
Later Thursday, Emil Bemstrom scored two goals, including one victory, and Sweden defeated Slovakia 5-2.
Erik Brannstrom, Lucas Elvenes and Isac Lundestrom have also hit the target for Sweden, who has not experienced defeat in two matches since the start of the tournament.
Adam Liska and Milos Fafrak replied for Slovakia, which shows a record of 0-2.
Samuel Ersson stopped 17 shots in the victory. Juraj Skelar pushed away 21 pucks in a cause-and losing.
Elvenes opened the scoring at 11:42 of the initial period before Liska creates the tie two minutes later.
Bemstrom gave the lead back to Sweden before the end of the commitment and the team has not looked behind. Brannstrom has found the back of the net in a numerical advantage for the third time since the start of the tournament.
The two teams will resume action Saturday. Sweden will face the United States while Slovakia will take on Finland.
Another match is on the calendar for Thursday, in Victoria. Finland will compete in Kazakhstan.