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2020 IIHF World Junior Championships: Day 1 Recap

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Canada, Sweden among day one winners

Canada v Denmark - 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship Photo by Rich Lam/Getty Images

2020 IIHF World Junior Championships, Day One

Switzerland 5, Kazakhstan 3

Swiss goals: Matthew Verboon (2), Jeremi Gerber, Joel Salzgeber, Gian-Marco Wetter

Kazakhstan goals: Maxim Musorov (2), Maxim Musorov

Luca Hollenstein: 16 saves on 19 shots

Vladislav Nurek: 29 saves on 34 shots

Czech Republic 4, Russia 3

Czech goals: Simon Kubicek, Jan Mysak, Matej Blumel, Jan Jenik

Russian goals: Yegor Zamula, Vasili Podkolzin, Yegor Zamula

Lukas Dostal: 33 saves on 36 shots

Yaroslav Askarov: 13 saves on 17 shots, Amir Miftakhov: 5 saves on 5 shots

Matej Pekar: 2 penalty minutes, 1 shot on goal, minus-1, 13:01 ice time

Sweden 3, Finland 2 (OT)

Swedish goals: Nils Hoglander, Samuel Fagemo, Alexander Holtz

Finnish goals: Patrik Puistola, Kristian Tanus

Hugo Alnefelt: 23 saves on 25 shots

Justus Annunen: 45 saves on 48 shots faced

Canada 6, United States 4

Canadian goals: Connor McMichael, Barrett Hayton (2), Nolan Foote, Alexis Lafreniere, Ty Dellandrea

United States goals: Shane Pinto (2), Arthur Kaliyev, Nicholas Robertson

Nicolas Dans: 28 saves on 32 shots

Spencer Knight: 26 saves on 31 shots

Dylan Cozens: 0 points, 3 face-offs won (3 taken); 3 shots on goal, 13:58 ice time

Mattias Samuelsson: 0 points, 1 shot on goal, 17:36 ice time