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WORLDS: DeBrincat scores twice as USA defeats Denmark

Patrick Kane also picked up two assists in the 7-1 win over Denmark

by Austin Siegel / Blackhawks.com

Alex DeBrincat and Patrick Kane led Team USA in a big win, plus more updates from day eight in Slovakia.

 

USA 7, Denmark 1

Alex DeBrincat and Patrick Kane combined for four points as the USA cruised past Denmark 7-1 on Saturday. 

Kane assisted on DeBrincat's first goal of the game, as the Cat found himself alone in front of goal and used some fancy stick handling to fire the USA to a 2-0 lead on the power play. With his second goal of the game, an insurance tally to extend the American lead, DeBrincat moved into a tie with NHL Draft prospect Kappo Kakko in the tournament's scoring race with his sixth goal of Worlds. 

Russia 3, Latvia 1

Artem Anisimov picked up a primary assist in this hard-fought win, feeding Nikita Kucherov to give Russia an insurance goal against Latvia.

Canada 8, Germany 1

Dylan Strome grabbed two assists for Canada in an 8-1 rout of Germany on Saturday. Strome's first helper came on the opening goal of the game, a secondary assist on Thomas Chabot's tally. His second was a primary assist that saw Strome camp out behind the German net before he dished a pass through the crease to Mark Stone, who fired home the third Canadian goal of the afternoon. 

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Norway 7, Italy 1

Andreas Martinsen grabbed two assists as Norway knocked off Italy 7-1 on Saturday. Martinsen now has five points (0 G, 5 A) in the tournament. 

Sweden 4, Switzerland 3

Erik Gustafsson scored his first goal of the tournament in a big Swedish win over Switzerland. The defenseman snuck into the crease and was all alone to tap home a William Nylander pass, as Gustafsson gave the Swedes the lead in the second period. 

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