2021 IIHF World Junior Championships: Day 2 Recap

Cozens produces six points in Canada’s first game

It was a banner night for Buffalo Sabres prospect Dylan Cozens, who recorded a hat trick and three assists in Canada’s 16-2 victory over a depleted German team on Saturday evening. Jack Quinn also notched one assist, while J-J Peterka had a goal and an assist for Germany. Defenseman Ryan Johnson recorded an assist in the United States’ 11-0 win over Austria later in the evening.

Peterka was involved in both German goals on Saturday. Here’s his tally:

Sweden 7, Czech Republic 1

Sweden goals: Arvid Costmar, Albin Sundsvik, Emil Heineman, Theodor Niederbach, Elmer Soderblom, Oscar Bjerselius, Noel Gunler

Czech Republic goal: Jan Mysak

Hugo Alnefelt (W): 24 saves on 25 shots

Nick Malik: 34 saves on 41 shots

Canada 16, Germany 2

Canada goals: Kaiden Guhle, Dawson Mercer (2), Philip Tomasino (2), Peyton Krebs (2), Ryan Suzuki, Alex Newhook (2), Dylan Cozens (3), Jakob Pelletier, Thomas Harley, Connor McMichael

Germany goal: JJ Peterka, Florian Elias

Devon Levi (W): 9 saves on 10 shots / Dylan Garand: 4 saves on 5 shots

Jonas Gahr: 21 saves on 33 shots / Arno Tiefensee: 7 saves on 11 shots

United States 11, Austria 0

United States goals: Drew Helleson, Trevor Zegras (2), John Farinacci, Brendan Brisson (2), Matt Boldy (3), Brett Berard, Sam Colangelo

Dustin Wolf (W): 10-save shutout

Sebastian Wraneschitz: 58 saves on 68 shots / Jakob Brandner: 4 saves on 5 shots

Group A Standings:

1. Canada (1-0)

2. Finland (1-0)

3. Slovakia (1-0)

4. Switzerland (0-1)

5. Germany (0-2)

Group B Standings:

1. Sweden (1-0)

2. Russia (1-0)

3. United States (1-1)

4. Czech Republic (0-1)

5. Austria (0-1)

Sunday’s games:

Finland vs. Switzerland, 2 p.m. ET

Slovakia vs. Canada, 6 p.m. ET (Cozens, Quinn)

Czech Republic vs. Russia, 9:30 p.m. ET

All televised on NHL Network in U.S. and TSN in Canada.