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Outlook for Buffalo Sabers Ryan Johnson and Dylan Cozen’s & Jack Quinn each recorded points in their respective teams’ victories at the 2021 IIHF World Junior Championships

Johnson assisted a goal from Bobby Brink, a potential Philadelphia Flyers player, as the US overtook the Czech Republic 7-0. They now have a round robin game, a New Years Eve fight against Sweden / p>

Cozens scored two points in Tuesday’s 10-0 win against Switzerland Cozens recorded Canada’s second goal of the evening before being assisted by Connor McMichael (Washington Capitals) later that time. He finished the game with a 6250% in Passing circle, five shots on goal and 16:51 as part of the top line

@Dylan_Cozens is on! Distracted by @ ColePerfetti91 and chipped 2-0 for @HC_WJC via @SwissIceHockey #WorldJuniors picTwittercom / 1j7pi4xdSU

Quinn made two assists in the win after goals from Philip Tomasino and Quinton Byfield. He played 10:26, the second-lowest ice age of all strikers, and was in line with Pelletier and Byfield

Canada goals: Philip Tomasino, Dylan Cozens, Jakob Pelletier (2), Ryan Suzuki, Connor McMichael, Quinton Byfield (2), Cole Perfetti, Kaiden Guhle

IIHF

World news – FI – 2021 IIHF Junior World Championships: Review of day 5

Source: https://www.diebytheblade.com/2020/12/30/22205653/2021-iihf-world-junior-championships-day-5-recap-dylan-cozens-buffalo-sabres-jack-quinn-ryan-johnson