The 2024 IIHF World Championship in Prague and Ostrava, Czechia wrapped up this weekend. Here’s a look at how the participating Penguins fared in the tournament.

* Erik Karlsson and Marcus Pettersson won bronze with Team Sweden.

It’s the second bronze medal of Karlsson’s IIHF career after also winning one in 2010. Karlsson served as team captain in his third-ever appearance at Worlds, finishing with six goals and 11 points in 10 games.

This also marked Pettersson’s third-ever appearance at Worlds after participating in 2019 and ‘22, and is his first-ever medal. The defenseman, who turned 28 on May 8, recorded three goals and five points in 10 games.

* Michael Bunting and Team Canada lost to Sweden in the bronze-medal game.

This was the Scarborough, Ontario native’s second appearance at the tournament after winning gold in 2021. He picked up one goal and three assists in 10 games.

* Sweden eliminated Finland’s Valtteri Puustinen and Jesse Puljujarvi in the quarterfinals.

The 24-year-old Puustinen, a 2019 seventh-round draft pick who signed a two-year contract extension the day the tournament began, finished it with a goal and an assist in seven games.

Puljujarvi registered three goals in eight games to cap off a season where he returned from bilateral hip surgery. Read more about his journey and his outlook going into next year.

* Finally, Alex Nedeljkovic represented Team USA at the World Championship for the first time in his career.

Part of a deep goaltending pool, the netminder was credited with a pair of wins, earning a shutout against France. The U.S. was eliminated in the quarterfinals by Czechia, who went on to win gold on home soil.