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Panthers in IIHF World Championship and Memorial Cup - Tuesday Results

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First off, here's a terrific article from IIHF.com regarding a growing number of younger NHL players who decline invites to represent their countries while battered and bruised veterans typically without exception answer the call. Really good stuff, and it's a subject which will continue to gain traction. Onward...

 

World Championship

  • USA 3, ITA 2:  Scott Clemmensen kept the fire rolling, stopping 26 of 28 shots to gain another victory. Clemmer has allowed 9 goals on 153 shots with a 1.56 GAA and one shutout over six games. Brandon Dubinsky and Ryan Potulny each had a goal and an assist in the win.
  • CZE 3, CAN 2:  Tomas Vokoun made 28 saves in a penalty-laden spectacle - a combined 58 minutes, in international play, no less - to lead the Czech Republic over Canada (and assistant coach Peter DeBoer).
  • RUS 5, FIN 0:  Dmitry Kulikov collected an assist on a Maxim Afinogenov goal to finish the night with 1 point, 1 SOG, 4 PIM, and a +2 in 12:19 TOI in Russia's stomping of Finland.
  • SWE 5, SUI 0:  Jacob Markstrom earned his first shutout of the tournament, holding off 28 shots. The jewel of Florida's system is now 3-0-1 with a 1.33 GAA.

No games are scheduled for today; play will resume Thursday.

 

Mastercard Memorial Cup : Windsor Spitfires 4, Moncton Wildcats 3 (OT)

  • Scott Timmins (WND): 0 points, even, 2 PIM

Tonight: Brandon Wheat Kings (Colby Robak) vs. Calgary Hitmen