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

Cats quintet all pick up points on Monday.

Jaromir Jagr gathers the puck whiles Aaron Ekblad keeps an eye on him.
Jaromir Jagr gathers the puck whiles Aaron Ekblad keeps an eye on him.
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The 2015 IIHF World Championship continued with four more games yesterday, with three involving members of the Florida Panthers.

Finland 5, Norway 0: Florida forward Jussi Jokinen scored a goal and an assist and teammate Aleksander Barkov added two helpers in Finland's 5-0 blanking of Norway. The Cats duo combined to set up Esa Lindell's game-opening power-play tally at the 5:05 mark of the first period. Barkov drew the secondary helper on Jokinen's third period goal which completed the scoring. Jokinen finished the game with 5 shots on goal and a +1 rating in 17:56 TOI. Barkov fired just a single shot on goal and finished with a +1 rating in 14:35 TOI. For more click here

Canada 6, Czech Republic 3: Taylor Hall, Jordan Eberle and Tyler Toffoli each had a goal and an assist in Canada's 6-3 drubbing of the Czechs. Panthers Aaron Ekblad and Jaromir Jagr each drew an assist in the game. Ekblad picked up the primary helper on Eberle's game-opening goal. The rookie defenseman, who logged 8:24 of ice time, finished the game with no shots on goal, a -1 rating and took a holding call in the third period. Jagr drew the seconday assist on Martin Erat's goal late in the opening frame which cut Canada's lead to 2-1. The 43-year-old forward logged 17:21 TOI and finished with 2 shots on goal an an even rating. For more click here

USA 4, Russia 2: The Americans got goals from four different players to post a 4-2 win over Russia. Dmitry Kulikov finished the game with an assist, no shots on goal and an even rating in 20:27 TOI. Kulikov registered the primary assist on Sergei Plotnikov's late third period goal which pulled Russia within a goal. For more click here

Other results

Sweden 8, Latvia 1: Boston Bruins forward Loui Eriksson notched three goals to power Sweden's 8-1 rout over Latvia. Lauris Darzins scored the only goal for the Latvians. For more click here

Today's games

Switzerland vs. Germany

Denmark vs. Belarus

Austria vs. France

Slovakia (Kopecky) vs. Slovenia