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Florida Panthers at the Worlds: A recap of day two action

Jaromir Jagr scored again to help lead the Czechs past Latvia.

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The 2015 IIHF World Championship rolled on with six games yesterday, with two involving members of the Florida Panthers.

Czech Republic 4, Latvia 2Jaromir Jagr scored the game-winning goal on a second period power play as the Czechs rallied for a 4-2 win over Latvia. The 43-year-old Jagr finished the tilt with 6 shots on goal and an even rating in 18:11 TOI. For more click here

Slovakia 4, Denmark 3 (SO): Marko Dano scored the game-winning shootout goal as the Slovaks escaped with a 4-3 win over Denmark. Tomas Kopecky didn't register any points, but did finish with 4 shots on goal and an even rating in 18:18 of ice time. For more click here

Other results

USA 2, Norway 1: Trevor Lewis and Brock Nelson scored to lead the Americans past game minnow Norway. Connor Hellebuyck made 22 stops. For more click here

German 2, France 1: Patrick Reimer scored a power-play goal with 59 seconds left in regulation to give Germany the win. The Germans will face Sidney Crosby and powerful Canada today. For more click here

Austria 4, Switzerland 3 (SO): Konstantin Komarek scored the only goal goal of the shootout to give Austria a tough 4-3 win over the Swiss. For more click here

Belarus 4, Slovenia 2: Ziga Pance scored the go-ahead midway through the final frame to lead Belarus past Slovenia. Alexander Kitarov clinched the win with a late empty-netter. For more click here

Today's games

Sweden vs. Austria

Russia (Kulikov) vs. Slovenia

Canada (Ekblad) vs. Germany

Belarus vs. Slovakia (Kopecky)

France vs. Switzerland

Denmark vs. Finland (Barkov, Jokinen)