Erik Foley (Mansfield, Mass.) registered two points and eight other players registered a point as the United States defeated Sweden, 4-3, here tonight at the 2016 USA Hockey National Junior Evaluation Camp at USA Hockey Arena in Plymouth, Michigan.
In the day's first matchup, Finland came from behind to defeat Canada, 2-1, in overtime from a goal by Arttu Ruostalainen.
International competition resumes Friday (Aug. 5), when Canada faces Sweden at 1 p.m. ET and the United States takes on Finland at 4 p.m. ET. Tickets are still available here as well as through the USA Hockey Arena Box Office at the window or by phone at 734-453-8400.
Additionally, all remaining camp games will be televised live on NHL Network (U.S.) and TSN (Canada) in addition to being streamed live and available on-demand on usahockey.fasthockey.com.
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Erik Foley (Mansfield, Mass.) tallied two points and eight other players registered a point as the United States defeated Sweden, 4-3, here tonight at the 2016 USA Hockey National Junior Evaluation Camp at USA Hockey Arena in Plymouth, Michigan.
Sweden opened the scoring just 1:06 into the game when a shot from Jens Looke trickled past Joseph Woll (St. Louis, Mo.). Sebastian Ohlsson extended Sweden’s lead to 2-0 at the 7:31 mark before Looke tallied his second of the period with 1:58 remaining to give Sweden a 3-0 lead before the first intermission.
The United States tallied three-straight times to even the score, 3-3 in the middle stanza. Troy Terry (Highlands Ranch, Colo.) was the first to get the U.S. on the board when he finished a passing play from Kieffer Bellows (Edina, Minn.) and Clayton Keller (Swansea, Ill.).
With 6:11 remaining in the period, Erik Foley redirected a pass from Jack Roslovic (Columbus, Ohio) to cut Sweden’s lead to one. Less than a minute later, Jordan Greenway (Potsdam, N.Y.) tied the score, 3-3, when he collected a pass from Jeremy Bracco (Freeport, N.Y.), spun around and scored.
Logan Brown (St. Louis, Mo.) scored the game-winning goal with 4:27 remaining in the game when he tapped in a centering feed from Alex DeBrincat (Farmington Hills, Mich.). The play started when Foley found DeBrincat with a pass as he entered Sweden's zone, skated down the right the right wall and found Brown alone in front for the decisive goal.
Canada opened the scoring with 5:07 remaining in the first period when Travis Konecny collected a pass from Tyson Jost, skated down the right wall and fired a wrist shot over the right pad of Finnish goaltender Veini Vehvillainen.
After a scoreless middle period, Finland evened the score with 7:19 left in the third period with Ruotsalainen collecting an assist on the game-tying goal.
Just 1:22 into the extra frame, Ruotsalainen snuck a puck past Cormier for the game-winning tally. Vehvillainen made 34 saves in the victory.
|Sun., July 31||USA White 3, Sweden 6
USA Blue 8, Finland 1
|Mon., Aug. 1||USA Blue 6, Sweden 4
USA White 8, Finland 2
|Wed., Aug. 3||Finland 2, Canada 1 (OT)
USA 4, Sweden 3
|Fri., Aug. 5||Sweden 5, Canada 1
Finland 2, USA 1
|Sat., Aug. 6||Finland 3, Sweden 2 (SO)
USA 5, Canada 1