World Championship Recap: May 15 | BLOG

The 2022 IIHF World Championship continued on Sunday in Finland. For more details on how the Devils players performed, read below.

For Saturday’s results Click here.

CANADA 6, ITALY 1

Canada: Dawson Mercer, Damon Severson, Ryan Graves

All three Devils representatives picked up assists as Canada cruised to a 6-1 victory over Italy on Sunday at the Ice Hotel in Helsinki.

Dawson Mercer had two assists, while Damon Severson and Ryan Graves each had one assist. The three combined for a plus-3 while Graves had four team best shots.

Travis Sanheim, Josh Anderson, Nicolas Roy, Kent Johnson, Dysin Mayo and Noah Gregor scored for Canada.

Next: Canada takes on Slovakia on Monday.

USA 3, AUSTRIA 2 OT

United States: Luke Hughes, Jon Gillies

Austria: Ben Baumgartner

Devils defensive prospect Luke Hughes scored 3:07 into overtime to lead the United States to a 3-2 victory Sunday at Nokia Arena.

Tweet from @IIHFHockey: LUKE HUGHES ON THE BREAKAWAY @usahockey wins it in OT with Hughes’ first goal #IIHFWorlds #AUTUSA #IIHFWorlds @umichhockey pic.twitter.com/tKLCh3V6nq

Hughes, New Jersey’s fourth pick in 2021, scored on a breakaway. He also recorded 18:42 minutes of ice time. Adam Gaudette and Kieffer Bellows also scored for the Americans.

Austrian Ben Baumgartner had two shots in 8:06 minutes of action.

Next: The Americans will face Finland on Monday.

SWITZERLAND 6, DENMARK 0

Swiss: Nico Hischier, Jonas Siegenthaler

Captain Nico Hischier had an assist while compatriot Jonas Siegenthaler added a plus-1 for Switzerland in a 6-0 win over Denmark at the Helsinki Ice Hall on Sunday. Goalkeeper Leonardo Genoni stopped all 19 shots against.

Fabrice Herzog, Timo Meier, Pius Suter, Janis Moser, Philipp Kurashev, Denis Malgin all counted for the Siss.

Next: Switzerland take on Kazakhstan on Monday.

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