Game Report 2703 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge
PLAYED AT: Innovation Credit Union iPlex
Date: Nov 2, 2019
GAME NOTES: RED OPENS U17 CHALLENGE WITH WIN OVER RUSSIA JASON LA ROSE SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. – Logan Stankoven (Kamloops, B.C./Kamloops, WHL) scored twice as part of three-goal surge early in the second period, and Dovar Tinling (Pointe-Claire, Que./Hawkesbury, CCHL) netted the game-winning goal in the third as Canada Red edged Russia 4-3 on Saturday night in the Group B curtain-raiser at the 2019 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge. Conner Roulette (Winnipeg, Man./Seattle, WHL) had the other goal for Red, which ended a two-game losing streak against the Russians and won its tournament opener for the first time since 2015. The goaltenders stole the show in a scoreless first period, with Thomas Milic (Coquitlam, B.C./Burnaby Winter Club, CSSHL) and Pavel Kanaev combining for 26 saves in the opening 20 minutes – Red held a 15-11 advantage in shots. But the floodgates opened wide early in the second period; Stankoven broke through just three minutes into the middle frame, banking a shot off Kanaev from behind the net, and he redirected in a pass from Wyatt Johnston (Toronto, Ont./Windsor, OHL) for a power-play marker 2:19 after that for a 2-0 lead. Roulette made it a three-goal game just shy of the six-minute mark, burying a rebound and chasing Kanaev. The Russian netminder allowed three goals on 20 shots – and three on five in the second period – before giving way to Valerii Brinkman. The change seemed to spark the Russians, who cut the deficit to one before the end of the stanza. Matvei Nadvorniy got the European side on the board only 78 seconds after the Roulette goal, going end-to-end and beating Milic with an unassisted effort, and Aleksei Prokopenko jumped on a loose puck between the hashmarks and made it 3-2. The Canadians controlled the puck for long stretches of the third period, outshooting Russia 17-8, and Tinling provided the eventual game-winner at 6:12 when he followed the bouncing puck and knocked a shot past Brinkman. Daniil Lazutin got Russia back within one when his centring pass hit a Canadian skate and eluded Milic with 9:36 to go, but that would be as close as it got. Red finished with a 43-31 advantage in shots on goal. The Canadians are back on the ice at the Innovation Credit Union iPlex on Monday night when they face Sweden (7 p.m. MT), while the Russians will take on Finland in the first game of the day (3 p.m. MT) in a rematch of the 2018 gold medal game.
Visiting Team: Canada Red
Head Coach: Martin Laperrière
Assistant Coach: Kurtis Foster
Assistant Coach: Steve O'Rourke
Home Team: Russia
Head Coach: Andrei Kozyrev
Assistant Coach: Denis Gusmanov
Assistant Coach: Artem Nekhoroshih
Assistant Coach: Vladimir Popov
Assistant Coach: Evgenii Stavrovskii
CANADA RED LINEUP
Pos No.   Name
G Goobie, Jacob
G30  Milic, Thomas
  Allan, Nolan
  Zellweger, Olen
  Masters, Kyle
  Punnett, Connor
  Holmes, Jacob
  Guévin, Jacob
  Pinelli, Francesco
  Nadeau, Olivier
 10  Johnston, Wyatt
 11  Stankoven, Logan
 12  Roulette, Conner
 14  Gaucher, Nathan
 15  Lockhart, Connor
 17  Bolduc, Zachary
 18  Bloom, Josh
 19  Roy, Joshua
 20  Nause, Evan
 22  Tinling, Dovar
 23  Kressler, Braeden
 24  Reynolds, Peter
CANADA RED PENALTIES
Per. No.  Min  Offence Off PP PS Start On
1st17 2:00 Slashing 16:521 16:5218:52
1st2:00 Cross-Checking 19:571 19:571:57
3rd14 2:00 Tripping 3:391 3:395:39
3rd14 2:00 Checking from Behind 10:471 10:4712:47
3rd14 10:00 10-Minute Misconduct 10:47  10:4720:00
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
RUSSIA LINEUP
Pos No.   Name
G29  Kanaev, Pavel
G30  Brinkman, Valerii
  Sapunov, Vladislav
  Berezovskiy, Mikhail
  Ivantsov, Ilia
  Lazutin, Daniil
  Svechkov, Fedor
 10  Mintyukov, Pavel
 11  Ivanov, Gleb
 12  Ganin, Danila
 13  Poltapov, Prokhor
 14  Svishchev, Artem
 16  Mekhovov, Ivan
 17  Sychev, Vladimir
 18  Nadvorniy, Matvei
 19  Chibrikov, Nikita
 20  Grudinin, Vladimir
 21  Lukashevich, Vladislav
 25  Iurov, Danila
 26  Prokopenko, Aleksei
 28  Gaidamak, Vsevolod
   
RUSSIA PENALTIES
Per. No.  Min  Offence Off PP PS Start On
1st2:00 Hooking 11:391 12:3914:39
2nd26 2:00 Tripping 3:401 3:405:19
2nd20 2:00 Interference 17:181 17:1819:18
3rd2:00 Hooking 0:311 0:312:31
3rd2:00 Hooking 12:49  12:4914:49
3rd17 2:00 Boarding 17:221 17:2219:22
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
CANADA RED Goals CANADA RED PLAYERS (plus) RUSSIA PLAYERS (minus)
Per. Time    G-As1-As2    
2nd3:00  11-7-6            
2nd5:19 PP 11-10-4            
2nd5:57  12-24-15            
3rd6:12  22-19-9            
RUSSIA Goals RUSSIA PLAYERS (plus) CANADA RED PLAYERS (minus)
Per. Time    G-As1-As2    
2nd7:15  18            
2nd13:09  26-17            
3rd10:24  8-19-13            
                
POWER PLAY OPPORTUNITIES
CANADA RED 1 / 5
RUSSIA 0 / 4
PENALTY SUMMARY
CANADA RED 18 min / 5 inf
RUSSIA 12 min / 6 inf
POINT SUMMARY
CANADA RED 4 G + 8 A = 12 Pts
RUSSIA 3 G + 3 A = 6 Pts
SCORING 1 2 3 Total
CANADA RED0314
RUSSIA0213
GOALTENDER/SAVES (Time) 1 2 3 Tot. On Off
CAN-R - Milic (60:00) (W)1110728/0:003rd/20:00
RUS - Kanaev (25:57) 155020/0:002nd/5:57
RUS - Brinkman (34:03) (L)031619/5:573rd/20:00
Stars of the Game TIME OF GAME:
  -  Start: 7:08 PM
  -  End: 9:15 PM
  -  Attendance:  
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CERTIFIED CORRECT
 


This report has been checked and verified against the Official World Under-17 Hockey Challenge Game Report.