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We will also provide updates on high-ranked 2014 NHL Draft prospect Leon Draisaitl, who is playing for Germany. FINLAND 4 - GERMANY 0
Finland finally won its first game of the tournament on Tuesday, defeating Germany 4-0.
Top 2014 draft prospect Leon Draisaitl had 14:21 of icetime and won 4 of 11 draws for a 36.4% faceoff rating. He had no shots on goal.
Finland scored two goals in the first and and two in the second for the win, outshooting Germany 29-20.
Next up for Germany is a game against Switzerland on Wednesday at 7:45 a.m. MT. DENMARK 4 - ITALY 1
Denmark also won its first game of the tournament, defeating Italy 4-1.
Philip Larsen was second on the team in icetime at 25:07. He was +2 with an assist and no shots on goal.
The two teams traded goals in the first period before Denmark scored twice late in the second to take a 3-1 lead. The Danes added an empty-net goal to make it a 4-1 final.
Denmark outshot Italy 31-13.
Denmark's next game is Thursday against Canada at 7:45 a.m. MT.
-- Marc Ciampa, edmontonoilers.com
The Edmonton Oilers have four players participating in the 2014 IIHF World Hockey Championships in Belarus: Ben Scrivens (Canada), Philip Larsen (Denmark), Martin Marincin (Slovakia) and Jeff Petry (United States).