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OILERS AT THE WORLDS

2014 IIHF World Championships - QUARTERFINALS

Four Oilers will be representing their country at the annual tournament as we provide daily updates on their progress

Thursday, 22.05.2014 / 4:17 PM / Oilers at the Worlds
By Chris Wescott  - edmontonoilers.com
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2014 IIHF World Championships - QUARTERFINALS
Four Oilers will be representing their country at the annual tournament. Check back for daily updates.
The Edmonton Oilers have four players participating in the 2014 IIHF World Hockey Championships in Belarus: Ben Scrivens (Canada), Philip Larsen (Denmark), Martin Marincin (Slovakia) and Jeff Petry (United States).

We will have daily updates on the games involving Oilers players, highlights, stats and more so be sure to check edmontonoilers.com regularly!

We will also provide updates on high-ranked 2014 NHL Draft prospect Leon Draisaitl, who is playing for Germany.

USA 3 - CZECH REP. 4

Three power play goals proved key in the Czech Republic’s 4-3 victory over the United States in the IIHF World Championships quarterfinals on Thursday.

Brock Nelson scored first for the Americans at 6:54 of the opening period. Tomas Rolinek responded for the Czechs at 9:25 of the same period.

The second frame was dominated by the Czech Republic as they rattled off three-straight power play goals to take a 4-1 commanding lead.

Two goals by Tyler Johnson and the Americans in the third period wouldn’t be enough as the Czechs would hold on for the one-goal win.

Edmonton Oilers defenceman Jeff Petry finished the game -1 with a shot on goal, playing 14:18.

CANADA 2 - FINLAND 3

At the Sochi Olympics in February Canada beat Finland 2-1 in overtime in group play on their way to a gold-medal finish. On Thursday at the 2014 IIHF World Championships in Belarus, Finland returned the favour with a 3-2 win to knock Canada out of the quarterfinals.

Finland scored first but Canada used a two-goal second period to take the lead heading into the third.

Hietanen tied the game just 28 seconds into the final frame while Pakarinen finished things off at 16:52.

Edmonton Oilers goaltender Ben Scrivens got the start and made 23 saves in the loss.

-- Chris Wescott, edmontonoilers.com
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