Russia sweeps Britiain by seven in the wprld ice hockey championship
The Russian national team showered its British counterpart with seven goals to one goal in the match that brought them together today, Saturday, in the second round of Group A competitions in the World Ice Hockey Championship. Anton Burdasov scored two of Russia’s seven goals in minutes 6 and 10, and Mikhail Grigorenko, Sergey Tolchinsky, Pavel Kornukhov, Andrei Kuzmenko, and Anton Slebyshev scored in the minutes 8, 11, 31, 50 and 54, respectively, while Britain’s only goal was Liam Kirk in the 19th minute. Age of encounter. With this landslide victory, the Russian team leads Group A with two victories, after defeating the Czech Republic 4-3 in their opening match on Friday. In the third round, the Russian team will face Slovakia, Monday. In addition to the teams of Russia, Britain and Slovakia, the first group includes Sweden, Denmark, Belarus, the Czech Republic and Switzerland. While the second group includes the teams of Canada, the United States, Germany, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Norway and Finland. The first 4 teams from each group qualify for the quarter-finals of the tournament. The Latvian capital, Riga, will host the World Ice Hockey Championship between May 21 and June 6.