It is a week of scrimmages after summer development camp for the U-20 Men's hockey teams hoping to represent their country at December's World Junior Championship. Hockey Canada has been streaming the Canadian men's team games on their website, including a 6-2 win against the Czech Republic and last night's 5-2 victory against Russia.
Bruins prospect David Pastrnak, who the Bruins selected in the first round at the 2014 NHL Draft, had a goal and was one of the Czech's better players in the loss to Canada on Tuesday in Canada.
New York Rangers prosect Anthony Duclair had a goal:
Ottawa Senators prospect Curtis Lazar had the third Canadian goal:
Ottawa Senators prospect Nick Paul also had a goal against he Czechs:
Hayden Fleury, a Carolina Hurricanes prospect, had the fifth goal for Canada:
The sixth goal was scored by Buffalo Sabres prospect Sam Reinhart:
Unfortunately, 2014 first overall draft pick, Florida Panthers prospect Aaron Ekblad sustained a concussion after colliding with a Czech player at the offensive blue line.
Last night was a more competitive and much more physical match against the Russians. One hit in particular, which luckily didn't appear to result in an injury, earned Team Russia's Pavel Buchnevich - a New York Rangers prospect - a 10-minute misconduct. He boarded Colorado Avalanche prospect Chris Bigras.
St. Louis Blues prospect Robby Fabbri opened the scoring, putting Canada up 1-0:
Anaheim Ducks prospect Nick Ritchie had the second goal after a nice set-up from projected top draft pick at the 2015 draft, Connor McDavid, and Robby Fabbri:
Russia got on the board next with a power play goal by Toronto Maple Leafs prospect Rinat Valiev:
Red Wings prospect Zach Nastasiuk had Canada's third goal on an excellent pass from Michael Dal Colle, a first round New York Islanders draft pick:
Alexander Sharov scored Russia's second goal to make the score 4-2 in the second period:
Finally, Washington Capitals prospect Madison Bowey had Canada's fifth goal - the final goal the only third period goal: