Finland – USA 3:2 (after OT) | Switzerland – Sweden2 3:2 (end) | Slovakia2 – Russia 1:2 (end)
Czech Republic – Canada2 0:4 (end)
Czech Republic
0:4 (0:2, 0:1, 0:1)
Monday 05.08.2013, 19:00Hlinka Gretzky Cup
    The Czechs are going to have a 2-man advantage to end the game as Clark Bishop is called for tripping, taking the skates out from under a Czech player.
    Canada is now getting a penalty, it's Michael Dal Colle but I didn't see it or hear the announcement. Doesn't matter at this point.
    Filip Pyrochta put the clutches on Brendan Lemieux then let him go, but the ref calls it anyway. At this point, I'd have probably let it go, but anyway Canada goes once more to the power play.
    Canada's Jayce Hawryluk called for interference at the Czech blue line. Power play Czech Republic.
    Pavel Zacha is called for slashing in his own zone and Canada is headed back to the power play.
    The Czech Republic with a chance on the power play as Hayden Fleury gets called for kneeing in front of his own net
    The Czech Republic's Filip Pyrochta is going off for interference. He lined up Roland McKeown in the neutral zone but when the pass missed McKeown he was committed and couldn't avoid it.
    Czech captain Dominik Masin thwarts a Canadian chance by hauling down Jake Virtanen. Canadians back to the power play, they're 2/3.
    Just after the Czechs kill the penalty they are going to the power play as Carl Neill hauled down Jakub Vrana down low.
    Now a power play to Canada as Ondrej Miklis is called for interference. The potent Canadian PP is back to work and, of course, Ekblad on the point.
    The Czechs are getting a power play as Jayce Hawryluk is called for interference in the attacking zone.
    Now with :01 left in the power play the Czechs are called for too many players on the ice. They did not get a shot on the power play and after 1 second Canada will go to the PP for the second time. The bench minor is being served by Jakub Vrana.
    The Czech Republic now going to the power play for the first time as Clark Bishop pulls down a Czech forward who had the puck right in front of the net. One of those that could be classified as a good penalty.
    Canada is getting the game's first power play as defenceman Pavel Pycha gets called for hooking in his own zone.

    Derek OBrien

    Goals and assists: 3. DalColle (Ekblad, Fabbri), 20. Fleury (Ekblad), 38. Watson (p.s.), 42. Audette (Point, Ekblad)

    Czech Republic: Vaněček (Pechek) – Zbořil, Pyrochta, Pýcha, Mašín, Mikliš, Zahradníček, Ščotka, Matula – Karabáček, Zacha, Kotala – Pastrňák Veselý, Vrána – Vopelka, Kovařčík, Jeniš – Černoch, Kuťák, Švarc. Coach: Petr Jakub.
    Canada2: Bilia (McDonald) – Hickets, Ekblad, Fleury, McKeown, Pilon, Neill, Carrier – Bennett, Point, Watson, Dal Colle, Fabbri, Virtanen – Chartier, Bishop, Hawryluk – Lemieux, Audette, McCann – Pépin. Coach: Dale Hunter.

    Referees: Hřibík, Šír – Hlavatý, Tošenovjan