Day 3 of the 2014 IIHF U20 World Championship concluded with both Team USA and Team Sweden recording their biggest wins of the tournament so far. The Americans shut out Germany 8-0, outshooting their opponents 53-15 and scoring six times with the man advantage; they lead all teams at the tournament with 11 total power-play tallies in three tilts. The Swedes hit double digits against Norway, winning 10-0 with five power-play scores of their own.
Tomorrow, Teuvo Teravainen will captain Team Finland as they face a high-flying Russian team; USA and Sweden have the day off.
Ryan Hartman (USA): Hartman was held without a point for the first time all tournament; he finished the game with three shots on goal.
Vincent Hinostroza (USA): The Bartlett, Ill., native paced the Americans with two goals and two assists, including three points on the power play. Hinostroza also won four of six faceoffs and collected three shots on goal. He shares second on Team USA with five points (3G, 2A) in three games.
Robin Norell (SWE): Chicago's 2013 fourth-round pick contributed offensively in Sweden's big win, netting his first goal of the competition early in the third period. Norell picked up a +2 plus/minus rating in the game.