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

Aaron Ekblad's goal sparks huge Team Canada comeback.

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The 2015 IIHF World Championship rolled on with four more preliminary round games yesterday, with three of the tilts having a Florida Panthers connection.

Canada 6, Sweden 4: Aaron Ekblad scored a goal and an assist and Tyler Ennis bagged the game-winner in the third period as unbeaten Canada rallied past Sweden. Ekblad's tally came early in the second period to start Canada's comeback from a 3-0 deficit. The Florida rookie drew the only assist on Sean Couturier's goal, which knotted the game at three. Ekblad finished the contest with one shot on goal and a +3 rating in 12:43 TOI. For more click here

Russia 5, Denmark 2: Sergei Mozyakin scored twice to lead Russia past Denmark. Defenseman Dmitry Kulikov logged 15:55 of ice time and finished with one shot on goal and a +1 rating. Kulikov took a high-sticking minor in the third period that led to a power-play goal for the Danes. For more click here

Norway 3, Slovakia 2: Mattias Norstebo's third period power-play goal, his second of the game, held up as the winner in Norway's upset over Slovakia. The Slovaks held a 2-0 lead, but could not close the game out. Panthers forward Tomas Kopecky did not play in the game. For more click here

Other results

Lativa 2, Switzerland 1: Kaspars Daugavins scored 2:16 into overtime to give Latvia its first victory of the tournament. Edgars Masalskis made 35 stops for the winners. For more click here

Here is a replay of Aaron Ekblad's big goal

Today's games

Czech Republic (Jagr) vs. France

USA vs. Belarus

Sweden vs. Germany

Finland (Barkov, Jokinen) vs. Slovenia