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Olofsson, Pilut record assists

Canada v Norway: Group B - 2021 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship

Buffalo Sabres forward Victor Olofsson and defenseman Lawrence Pilut each recorded an assist in IIHF Men’s World Championships action on Friday, as Sweden topped Great Britain. Elsewhere, Colin Miller did not play in Canada’s win over Kazakhstan and is out for the rest of the tournament with injury.

Here’s how the Sabres players are doing so far in the tournament:

Colin Miller: 4 games played, 0-1-1, -1 (done for tournament)

Lawrence Pilut: 5 games played, 0-2-2, +3

Victor Olofsson: 5 games played, 1-1-2, -2

JJ Peterka: 0 games played, 0-0-0, 0

Tobias Rieder: 4 games played, 1-2-3, +3

Arttu Ruotsalainen: 4 games played, 1-1-2, 0

Tage Thompson: 2 games played, 0-0-0, 0 (DTD with injury)

Sweden 4, Great Britain 1

Sweden goals: Marcus Sorenson, Jonathan Pudas, Mario Kempe (2)

Great Britain goals: Liam Kirk

Canada 4, Kazakhstan 2

Canada goals: Andrew Mangiapane, Adam Henrique, Cole Perfetti, Connor Brown

Kazakhstan goals: Nikita Mikhailis (2)

Denmark 5, Belarus 2

Denmark goals: Nicolai Meyer, Matthias Asperup, Mathias From, Markus Lauridsen, Alexander True

Belarus goals: Artyom Demkov, Mikhail Stefanovich

Norway 4, Latvia 3 (Shootout)

Norway goals: Sondre Olden, Ken Andre Olimb, Emilio Pettersen

Latvia goals: Renars Krastenbergs, Ronalds Kenins, Kristians Rubins

Standings

Group A

1. ROC (3-0-0-1)

2. Switzerland (3-0-0-1)

3. Slovakia (3-0-0-1)

4. Denmark (2-1-0-2)

5. Sweden (2-0-0-3)

6. Czech Republic (1-1-0-2)

7. Great Britain (1-0-1-3)

8. Belarus (1-0-1-3)

Group B

1. Finland (3-0-1-0)

2. Germany (3-0-0-1)

3. United States (3-0-0-1)

4. Latvia (2-0-2-1)

5. Kazakhstan (1-2-0-2)

6. Canada (2-0-0-3)

7. Norway (1-1-0-3)

8. Italy (0-0-0-4)

Saturday’s Games

5:00 a.m., Czech Republic vs. Great Britain (Live on NHLN)

5:00 a.m., Italy vs. Kazakhstan

9:00 a.m. Switzerland vs. Russia

9:00 a.m., Norway vs. United States (Live on NHLN)

1:00 p.m., Slovakia vs. Denmark

1:00 p.m., Germany vs. Finland (Live on NHLN)