Michael Frolik and the Czech Republic were in action on Saturday at the 2019 IIHF World Championship:
CANADA 5, CZECH REPUBLIC 1
Frolik and the Czech Republic will battle Russia for bronze on Sunday after dropping a 5-1 decision to Canada in their semi-final match-up. Frolik had six shots and 19:07 of ice time in the setback. The veteran forward has seven goals and 14 points at the tournament, which ranks him second in team scoring.
Canada will face Finland for gold after the Finns edged the Russians 1-0 in their semi-final.
FIRST PERIOD SCORING
Canada - Mark Stone, assisted by Troy Stecher - 5:18
SECOND PERIOD SCORING
Canada - Darnell Nurse, assisted by Sean Couturier - 0:10
Canada - Pierre-Luc Dubois, assisted by Jonathan Marchessault and Mark Stone - 5:06
THIRD PERIOD SCORING
Canada - Kyle Turris, assisted by Anthony Mantha - 6:26
Canada - Thomas Chabot, assisted by Adam Henrique and Dylan Strome - 13:00
Czech Republic - Tomas Zohorna, assisted by Jan Kolar - 13:59