Florida Panthers at the Worlds: A recap of day two action
Jaromir Jagr scored again to help lead the Czechs past Latvia.
The 2015 IIHF World Championship rolled on with six games yesterday, with two involving members of the Florida Panthers.
Czech Republic 4, Latvia 2: Jaromir 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
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
Sweden vs. Austria
Russia (Kulikov) vs. Slovenia
Canada (Ekblad) vs. Germany
Belarus vs. Slovakia (Kopecky)
France vs. Switzerland
Denmark vs. Finland (Barkov, Jokinen)