IHLC Results – Canada 6-5 United States – Aug. 4, 2018


 Canada 6-5 United States 
National Junior Evaluation Camp
Sandman Centre, Kamloops 
Saturday, August 4, 2018

Ty Dellandrea and Jack Studnicka had a goal and an assist apiece, and Canada opened up a four-goal lead in the second period before hanging on for a 6-5 win over the United States in the finale for both teams Saturday at the Sport Chek World Junior Showcase.

After dropping a pair of split-squad games to the U.S. on Tuesday, the Canadians finished the summer camp with three consecutive wins, beating Finland 4-3 in overtime on Thursday and Sweden 4-1 on Friday.

It was the Americans who struck early, with Joel Farabee hammering a one-timer past Canadian goaltender Matthew Welsh at the 3:58 mark.

Dellandrea got that back less than four minutes later, finding a rebound at the side of the net, and Nick Suzuki wired in a power-play goal only 57 seconds after that to send Canada to the intermission up 2-1.

The early stages of the second period were all red-and-white.

Michael Rasmussen doubled the lead 32 seconds into the middle frame, redirecting in a Jared McIsaac shot, and MacKenzie Entwistle got a couple of fortuitous bounces on a dump-in to make it 4-1 at 3:01.

Studnicka finished the flurry at 7:22, streaking down the right wing and going off the post and in past Keith Petruzzelli, chasing the American netminder with a third goal in a span of six minutes and 50 seconds.

The U.S. started its comeback with a Jay O’Brien goal at 9:15, and Noah Cates punched in a loose puck off a scramble in front to make it a two-goal game after 40 minutes.

O’Brien potted his second at 2:36 of the third period off a Quinn Hughes rebound to pull the Americans within one, but Calen Addison answered 85 seconds later, rifling the eventual game-winning goal over a sprawling Cayden Primeau to make it 6-4.

Paul Cotter got one back with Primeau on the bench and less than three minutes to go, but Matthew Villalta and the Canadian defence clamped down in the dying minutes to clinch the win.

Villalta finished with 23 saves in 31 minutes of work in relief of Welsh, who made 11 saves.

The 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship begins Dec. 26 in Vancouver and Victoria, B.C.


BOXSCORE
1st Period
03:58 –  GOAL – Farabee (Tkachuk)
07:37 –  GOAL – Dellandrea (Anderson-Dolan, Studnicka)
08:20 –  PEN – Q. Hughes, slashing
08:28 –  PP GOAL – Suzuki (Mitchell, Smith)
08:50 –  PEN – Robertson, interference
15:39 –  PEN – Drury, interference

2nd Period
20:32 –  GOAL – Rasmussen (McIsaac, Foudy)
23:01 –  GOAL – Entwistle
27:22 –  GOAL – Studnicka (Anderson-Dolan, Dellandrea)
29:15 –  GOAL – O’Brien (Chmelevski)
33:43 –  PEN – McIsaac, tripping
36:09 –  GOAL – Cates (Q. Hughes, Keane)

3rd Period
42:36 –  GOAL – O’Brien (Q. Hughes, Robertson)

44:01 –  GOAL – Addison
44:13 –  PEN – Q. Hughes, tripping
46:53 –  PEN – Suzuki, tripping
51:40 –  PEN – Hayton, tripping
52:03 –  PEN – Woo, delay of game
57:26 –  GOAL – Cotter (Drury)
60:00 –  PEN – Anderson-Dolan, roughing + 10 min. misconduct
60:00 –  PEN – Cotter, roughing + 10 min. misconduct
60:00 –  PEN – Dellandrea, roughing + 10 min. misconduct
60:00 –  PEN – J. Hughes, roughing + 10 min. misconduct
60:00 –  PEN – Woo, roughing + 10 min. misconduct
60:00 –  PEN – Q. Hughes, cross-checking / roughing double minor + 10 min. misconduct
60:00 –  PEN – Tkachuk, match penalty major + game misconduct

GOALTENDERS
W:  Welsh (11-13), Villalta (23-26)
L:  Petruzzelli (15-20), Primeau (8-9)

SHOTS ON GOAL
13+11+5 = 29
8+14+17 = 39

ROSTERS
 Goaltenders: Matthew Villalta, Matthew Welsh. Defence: Calen Addison, Nicolas Beaudin, Jacob Bernard-Docker, Pierre-Olivier Joseph, Jared McIsaac, Ian Mitchell, Ty Smith, Jett Woo. Forwards: Jaret Anderson-Dolan, Shane Bowers, Ty Dellandrea, MacKenzie Entwistle, Liam Foudy, Morgan Frost, Cody Glass, Barrett Hayton, Antoine Morand, Michael Rasmussen, Jack Studnicka, Nick Suzuki.
 Goaltenders: Keith Petruzzelli, Cayden Primeau. Defence: Matt Anderson, Mikey Anderson, Quinn Hughes, Joey Keane, Phil Kemp, Mattias Samuelsson, Reilly Walsh. Forwards: Noah Cates, Sasha Chmelevski, Logan Cockerill, Paul Cotter, Jack Drury, Joel Farabee, Jack Hughes, Grant Mismash, Josh Norris, Jay O’Brien, Jason Robertson, Brady Tkachuk, Oliver Wahlstrom.

 CANADA (C)
vs. UNITED STATES 
current champion
(since 01/05/2018)
Last Title 01/04/2018
102 All-Time Wins
41
12 wins Head-To-Head
(+ 1 tie)
8 wins
First IHLC Meeting (CAN vs. USA)
canada1965-11 CAN 5-2 USA usa-11 – 12/29/1985 – WJC – Hamilton canada1965-11
Previous IHLC Meeting (CAN vs. USA)
usa-11 USA 7-5 CAN canada1965-11 – 08/05/2017 – NJC – Plymouth usa-11
Last IHLC Game
 CAN 4-1 SWE sweden-11 – 08/03/2018 – NJC – Kamloops 
Next IHLC Game
 CAN vs. TBC – 12/19/2018 – EX – Victoria 

Article Credit: Hockey Canada
Photo Credit: Team Canada Twitter IIHFHHOFIOC

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