The United States is merciless to Hungary

Luke Tuch defeated Hungary 7-1 on Sunday at the Nokia Arena in Tampere, Finland.

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The Habs in the second round of 2020 scored the seventh goal of the match when he fired a powerful shot in a two-on-one attack.

His brother Alec evened it out in the first period after the Hungarians opened the scoring early in the first period.

Twice Nick Bonino, Cutter Gautier, Connor Mackie and Rocco Grimaldi were other top scorers for the US representatives.

Grimaldi finished the night with three points (1 goal and 2 assists).

CH’s other hope of playing with the American formation, Lyn Hutson, rallied an assist during the meeting.

The United States will return to action on Monday against Germany while Hungary will enjoy a day off before meeting France.

Switzerland is always perfect

Switzerland won again with a second straight victory, this time 3-0 against Norway.

Switzerland is the only team in Group B that has not conceded a goal in two matches.

Dario Simeone and Andrea Glauser scored a goal and an assist in the duel.

Winnipeg Jets forward Nino Niederreiter completed the scoring on an abandoned goal.

Norwegian goalkeeper Jonas Arntzen made 23 saves from 25 balls. Versus Robert Mayer received a total of 14 shots.

Sweden whitewashes Austria

Sweden emerged victorious for the second time in as many matches with a convincing 5-0 victory over Austria.

The Swedes are the only ones in Group A who have not given up on their opponents since the start of the competition.

Five different goalscorers have hit the target for Sweden. They are Bar Lindholm, Marcus Sorensen, Patrick Nemeth, Leo Carlson and Dennis Everberg.

France escapes with victory

Team France came close to winning game one at the World Championships, but Denmark came to play spoiler sports.

Patrick Russell played the Danish champions into extra time to secure their first victory in this tournament.

Czech Republic beat Kazakhstan

The Czechs largely dominated Kazakhstan 43-15 in the shootout to win 5-1.

Ex-Chikotimi Saguenes Lukas Sedlac pushed the Czech attack with three points, one goal and two assists.

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