The 2010 World Hockey Championships continued on Tuesday and Leafs defencem
an Carl Gunnarsson
scored his first goal for Sweden in their 3-2 win over France.
Gunnarsson is now a plus two in two games with eight shots on goal. Jonas Gustavsson
didn't get the start for Sweden on Tuesday. Rickard Wallin was held scoreless in the game against France.
Leafs forward Nikolai Kulemin
picked up his second assist of the tournament in Russia's 4-1 win over Kazakhstan. Kulemin is also a plus two while averaging 14:19 of ice time.Mikhail Grabovski
didn't record a point in Belarus' 4-2 loss to Slovakia. He has one assist in two games with four penalties.