GAME SUMMARY 883
Saturday, August 16, 2014 - Status: Final
as of Fri May 25, 2018 10:19 AM Atlantic Standard Time

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SCORING 123Total 
Czech Republic 0202
Canada 4116
SHOTS 123Total 
Czech Republic 85619
Canada 89724
Game Notes: FOUR-GOAL FIRST HELPS CANADA TO SEVENTH STRAIGHT HLINKA GOLD JASON LA ROSE BRECLAV, Czech Republic – Canada’s National Men’s Summer Under-18 Team scored four times in a 13-minute span of the first period to help it to a 6-2 win over the Czech Republic on Saturday and a seventh consecutive gold medal at the U18 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Cup. Canada has taken home every gold medal from the annual summer under-18 tournament since 2008, winning a remarkable 31 of 33 games over that span. It was 5-0 this year, outscoring its opponents 32-10. Dylan Strome (Mississauga, Ont./Erie, OHL), Lawson Crouse (Mount Brydges, Ont./Kingston, OHL), Mitchell Marner (Thornhill, Ont./London, OHL) and Travis Konecny (Clachan, Ont./Ottawa, OHL) scored in the opening 20 minutes for Canada to put the game out of reach early. Crouse finished with two goals, while Nicolas Roy (Amos, Que./Chicoutimi, QMJHL) was the other Canadian to put his name on the scoresheet. Marner finished with a goal and two assists, Roy had a goal and a helper, and Jérémy Roy (Richelieu, Que./Sherbrooke, QMJHL) and Matthew Spencer (Oakville, Ont./Peterborough, OHL) chipped in with two assists apiece. The Canadians quieted the sold-out, pro-Czech crowd at Alcaplast Arena early, with Strome taking a pass from Marner and tucking it past Czech goaltender Daniel Vladar just 3:34 in. Crouse doubled the lead on a Canadian counterattack at 9:06, snapping a shot past Vladar, and Marner found a loose puck in a scramble in front of the Czech net to make it 3-0 less than four minutes later. Konecny finished the offensive onslaught – and ended Vladar’s night – with three minutes left in the opening period, hammering home a slap shot on a Canadian power play. Despite the big Canadian lead, the teams were even in shots on goal after one period, 8-8. The Czechs got one back with the man advantage early in the second period, but Nicolas Roy restored the four-goal lead midway through the middle frame, tipping in a Spencer point shot. The tournament co-hosts made it 5-2 before the end of the second, but Crouse scored the lone goal of the third, redirecting shot from Marner for his team-leading sixth goal of the tournament. Canada finished with a 24-19 advantage in shots on goal. Zach Sawchenko (Calgary, Alta./Moose Jaw, WHL) had another solid performance in the Canadian goal, making 17 saves. For the tournament, Sawchenko finished a perfect 4-0, with a 2.25 goals-against average and .907 save percentage.
VISITORS: CZECH REPUBLIC
    PLAYERS Pos.  G   A  SH PIM
   Hajek, Libor D 0 00 0
   Kalina, Petr D 0 00 0
   Durac, Ivan D 0 00 0
   Kanak, Lukas D 0 00 0
   Doudera, Lukas D 0 10 0
  10   Andel, Lukas F 0 00 0
  11   Gago, Michal F 0 00 0
  12   Weinhold, Martin D 0 00 0
  14   Filip Chlapik, Filip F 0 00 0
  15   Šoustal, Tomáš F 0 00 0
  16   Dvorak, Filip F 0 00 0
  17   Dymacek, Roman F 0 00 4
  18   Koblizek, Radek F 1 00 4
  19   Wagner, Frantisek F 0 00 0
  20   Zboril, Jakub D 0 00 2
  21   Jasek, Lukas F 1 00 0
  22   Kase, David F 0 00 2
  23   Stránský, Šimon F 0 00 0
  24   Suchy, Filip F 0 00 0
  25   Zajic, Josef D 0 00 0
  27   Dufek, Jan F 0 00 2
  29   Krenzelok, Danie D 0 10 0
    TEAM   0   0
    Total   2   19 14
     Goalies GA Mins SH SVS PIM
   Ruzicka, Jan - - - - -
   Stezka, Aleš 2 43:09 20 18 0
  30   Vladar, Daniel (L) 4 16:51 4 0 0
HOME: CANADA
    PLAYERS Pos.  G   A  SH PIM
   Bear, Ethan D 0 00 0
   Brisebois, Guillaume D 0 00 0
   Roy, Jérémy D 0 20 0
  10   Merkley, Nick F 0 00 2
  11   Roy, Nicolas F 1 10 0
  12   Harkins, Jansen F 0 00 0
  14   Barzal, Mathew F 0 10 0
  15   Soy, Tyler F 0 00 2
  16   Marner, Mitchell F 1 20 2
  17   Crouse, Lawson F 2 00 0
  18   Konecny, Travis F 1 00 0
  19   Strome, Dylan F 1 00 0
  21   Meloche, Nicolas D 0 00 2
  22   Knott, Graham F 0 00 0
  23   Stephens, Mitchell F 0 00 0
  25   Musil, Adam F 0 00 2
  27   Spencer, Matthew D 0 20 2
  28   Hobbs, Connor D 0 00 0
    TEAM   0   0
    Total   6   24 12
     Goalies GA Mins SH SVS PIM
  30   Booth, Callum - - - - -
  31   Sawchenko, Zachary (W) 2 60:00 19 17 0
Coach: Jody Hull
Assistant Coach: Shaun Clouston, Martin Raymond
NOTE: Players listed in Italics are the starting lineup.
Scoring
1. CAN Strome, (5) (Marner), 3:34
1. CAN Crouse, (5) (Roy, Roy), 9:06
1. CAN Marner, (2) (Spencer), 13:09
1. CAN Konecny, (5) (Roy, Barzal), 16:51 (PP)
2. CZE Koblizek, (1) (Krenzelok), 3:26 (PP)
2. CAN Roy, (1) (Spencer), 9:29
2. CZE Jasek, (1) (Doudera), 18:48
3. CAN Crouse, (6) (Marner), 11:38
Penalties
1 - CAN Merkley, 4:02 - (auto) High-Sticking minor, 2 min (PP)
1 - CZE Dymacek, 11:08 - (auto) Interference minor, 2 min (PP)
1 - CZE Koblizek, 13:19 - (auto) Interference minor, 2 min (PP)
1 - CAN Marner, 14:14 - Tripping minor, 2 min (PP)
1 - CZE Zboril, 15:15 - (auto) Holding minor, 2 min (PP)
2 - CAN Musil, 2:28 - (auto) Charging minor, 2 min (PP)
2 - CAN Spencer, 4:42 - Slashing minor, 2 min (PP)
3 - CZE Dufek, 1:01 - (auto) Holding minor, 2 min (PP)
3 - CZE Koblizek, 3:59 - (auto) Hooking minor, 2 min (PP)
3 - CAN Meloche, 12:33 - (auto) Cross-Checking minor, 2 min (PP)
3 - CAN Soy, 13:06 - (auto) Delay of Game minor, 2 min (PP)
3 - CZE Kase, 13:12 - Tripping minor, 2 min (PP)
3 - CZE Dymacek, 15:39 - (auto) Holding the Stick minor, 2 min (PP)
  PP PIM PTS
Czech Republic 1 / 6 14 min / 7 inf 2 G + 2 A = 4 Pts
Canada 1 / 7 12 min / 6 inf 6 G + 8 A = 14 Pts
Arena Three Stars Ice Officials
Alcaplast Arena

Start: 11:00 AM
End: 11:00 AM
Length: 12:00


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