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Russia beats US 2-1 at junior hockey worlds

 Slovakian goalie Adam Nagy watches the puck while playing against Canada during the first period of an IIHF World Junior Championships hockey game, F...
 Canada forward Ryan Strome (18) scores past Slovakia goalie Adam Nagy (2) during the third period of an IIHF World Junior Championships hockey game i...
 Team USA forward Rocco Grimaldi gets taken out by Russia forward Anton Slepyshev during the first period of an IIHF World Junior Championships hockey...
 Russia's Albert Yarullin, right, celebrates his goal with teammate Nikita Nedsterov, left, while playing against the USA during the first period of a...

World Juniors Slovakia Canada Hockey

Slovakian goalie Adam Nagy watches the puck while playing against Canada during the first period of an IIHF World Junior Championships hockey game, F...

HKO World Juniors Slovakia Canada

Canada forward Ryan Strome (18) scores past Slovakia goalie Adam Nagy (2) during the third period of an IIHF World Junior Championships hockey game i...

HKO World Juniors USA Russia

Team USA forward Rocco Grimaldi gets taken out by Russia forward Anton Slepyshev during the first period of an IIHF World Junior Championships hockey...

HKO World Juniors USA Russia

Russia's Albert Yarullin, right, celebrates his goal with teammate Nikita Nedsterov, left, while playing against the USA during the first period of a...

Andrei Makarov made 41 saves to help Russia edge the United States 2-1 Friday at the world junior ice hockey championships.
Vladimir Tkachyov scored the winner from close range four minutes into the third period as Russia withstood a late two-man advantage for the Americans to hold on for the win.
Albert Yarullin gave Russia an early lead with a slap shot from the left circle 2:42 into the first period, and Jacob Troub equalized with a slap shot from the blue line on a power play midway through the second.
U.S. goalie John Gibson had 28 saves, and stopped Nikolay Kucherov from extending the lead by blocking his one-on-one effort with 2:44 left to play.
The Americans then had a late power play and pulled Gibson to play 6-on-4, but couldn't force the match into overtime.
Earlier Friday, Ryan Strome scored two goals as Canada rallied to beat Slovakia 6-3.


Updated : 2021-08-06 10:43 GMT+08:00