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2017 IIHF World Junior Championship -- Quarter-finals

Canadiens prospects Mikhail Sergachev and Noah Juulsen both reach WJC semi-finals

by canadiens.com @canadiensmtl / canadiens.com

MONTREAL - Here's a look at how Canadiens prospects Mikahil Sergachev and Noah Juulsen fared on Monday during the quarter-finals of the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship.

Denmark 0 - Russia 4

Russia reached the WJC semi-finals on Monday with a 4-0 win over the surprising Danes.

Habs prospect Mikhail Sergachev enjoyed 19:56 of ice time, but was held scoreless in the shutout win. The Russian defenseman fired two shots on goal and finished the game with a plus-1 differential.

Russia will now face the United States in Wednesday's semi-final at the Bell Centre.

Canada 5 - Czech Republic 3

It was close, but Canada won its quarter-final matchup against the Czech Republic 5-3 on home ice, Monday in Montreal.

The Canadians will be back in action at the Bell Centre to face Sweden in Wednesday's semi-final, at 7:30 p.m.

Habs prospect Noah Juulsen was held scoreless against the Czechs, finishing his night with a 0 differential. He was also called for a delay of game penalty early in the contest.

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