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WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP RECAP - 10.05.19

Get caught up on how Flames players did at the tournament

by TORIE PETERSON @ToriePeterson / CalgaryFlames.com

All five Flames players at the 2019 IIHF World Championship were in action on Friday in Slovakia:

USA 1, SLOVAKIA 4

Johnny Gaudreau, Derek Ryan, Noah Hanifin, and the USA dropped their first match-up of the tournament, falling 4-1 to Slovakia. The host nation scored three goals in the final two periods, icing their first victory on home ice. Gaudreau put in 18:09 of ice time, Ryan had one shot in 10:29 of ice time, and Hanifin put one shot on net while logging 20:21. The USA's next game comes on Sunday when they take on France.

FIRST PERIOD SCORING

Slovakia - Matus Sukel, assisted by Marian Studenic - 4:02

USA - Alex Debrincat, assisted by Patrick Kane and Jack Eichel - 12:05

SECOND PERIOD SCORING

Slovakia - Erik Cernak, assisted by Andrej Sekera - 1:52

Slovakia - Tomas Tatar, assisted by Richard Panik - 4:58

THIRD PERIOD SCORING

Slovakia - Michal Kristof, assisted by Martin Marincin - 15:54

CZECH REPUBLIC 5, SWEDEN 2

Michael Frolik scored the game-winner in the Czech Republic's 5-2 win over Elias Lindholm and Sweden on Friday. In addition to his goal, Frolik had three shots in his 20:40 of ice time. Lindholm was credited with four shots in his 18:09 of ice time. The Czechs are back in action on Saturday against Norway while Sweden's next game comes on Sunday against Italy.

FIRST PERIOD SCORING

Czech Republic - Jakub Vrana, assisted by Dominik Kubalik - 1:55

SECOND PERIOD SCORING

Sweden - Patric Hornqvist, assisted by William Nylander and Elias Pettersson - 0:24

Sweden - Oskar Lindblom, assisted by Erik Gustafsson and Jesper Bratt - 3:01

Czech Republic - Dominik Kubalik, assisted by Jan Kovar - 16:36

THIRD PERIOD SCORING

Czech Republic - Michael Frolik, assisted by Dominik Simon and Jakub Voracek - 0:33

Czech Republic - Jakub Vrana, assisted by Filip Hronek - 15:50

Czech Republic - Jan Kovar, assisted by Jakub Voracek - 19:04

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