The Czech hockey players won the world championship in Calgary against Hungary 4-2 and even after the second performance in Group B they remain without losing a point. They approached the progression to the quarterfinals. The third game awaits coach Tomáš Pacina at midnight from Monday to Tuesday CET against Japan.
After the victory with Denmark 6: 1, the Czech team also succeeded against another team, which is also making its elite debut. Tereza Radová opened the scoring at 3:42, scoring on Noemi Neubauerová’s chance after a chance. In the 7th minute, Daniela Pejšová increased the lead, which prevailed in front of the goal area.
In the 24th minute, Vendula Přibylová struck from the right circle and in 78 seconds it was already 4-0. Denisa Křížová used the power play to rule out Enika Tothová. In the last second of the second game, Klára Peslarová lost her own count. Réka Dabasiová managed to hit the puck at the right post with a backhand and scored Hungary’s first goal in the elite group.
The Hungarians could have added another goal in the 45th minute, but Emma Kreisz did not return the penalty shot. The cuts were finally made 38 seconds before the end, when captain Fanni Gasparics won.
Calgary World Hockey Championship:
Russia – Switzerland 3: 1 (0: 1, 2: 0, 1: 0).
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Czech Republic – Hungary 4: 2 (2: 0, 2: 1, 0: 1)
Goals and records: 4. Radová (Neubauerová), 7. Pejšová (Čajanová, Vanišová), 24. Přibylová (Vanišová), 25. Křížová (Kolowratová) – 40. Dabasiová (Szilagyiová, Gasparicsováováováováová), 60. Judges: Vichorek (USA), Wiegand (Switzerland) – Hanley, Strong (both USA). Exclusion: 11: 7. Use: 1: 0. No spectators.
Denmark – Japan 0: 1 (0: 0, 0: 1, 0: 0).
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