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WORLDS: Kubalik scores in Czech win

Dominik Kubalik scored his third goal of the tournament in a big win over Austria

by Austin Siegel / Blackhawks.com

Dominik Kubalik scored and Patrick Kane grabbed an assist in Sunday action from Worlds

 

USA 3, Germany 1

Patrick Kane grabbed an assist as the USA defeated Germany 3-1 on Sunday. A gorgeous cross-ice pass to a wide-open Jack Eichel, Kane's helper gives the captain 10 points through the first week of the tournament. 

Dominik Kahun did not record a point in the loss for Germany. 

Finland 3, France 0

Dominik Kubalik scored as part of a big win for the Czech Republic over Austria. Acquired by the Blackhawks from the LA Kings at the trade deadline in 2019, the European prospect has impressed throughout the tounrament. Driving to the net for his third goal of Worlds, Kubalik gave the Czechs a 2-0 lead early in their blowout win over Austria. 

Finland 3, France 0

Blackhawks prospect Kevin Lankinen shut out France with a 21-save performance to send Finland back atop Group A. After splitting time between the Indy Fuel and Rockford IceHogs this season, Lankinen turned in his best performance of Worlds on Sunday, helping the Finns remain the only team in the group without a regulation loss. Henri Jokiharju did not record a point in the win.

Russia 3, Switzerland 0

Artem Anisimov opened the scoring for Russia as Group B's top team knocked off Switzerland on Sunday. Anisimov's second goal of the tournament came off a deflected pass from Dmitry Orlov of the Washington Capitals, who danced through several Swiss defenders before finding the trailing Anisimov for the first goal of the game.

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Philipp Kurashev and Switzerland were held scoreless on Sunday, but have qualified for the knockout round of the tournament. 

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