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MacKenzie Weegar continued his torrid scoring tempo with three extra factors as Canada downed Slovenia 5-2 on the IIHF world males’s hockey championship on Sunday in Riga, Latvia.
Weegar, a defenceman with the Calgary Flames and former Halifax Mooseheads star, scored as soon as and added two assists for the second straight sport. Weegar leads the event in factors with six in two video games.
Weegar scored 6:01 into the third interval when he lower throughout the ice and shelved a backhand off the put up and in to make it 4-1.
Michael Carcone, Pierre-Olivier Joseph, Milan Lucic and Jack McBain added targets for Workforce Canada.
Goalie Devon Levi made 22 saves for the win.
Halifax’s Juston Barron performed 19 shifts on the Canadian blue line.
Canada takes a 2-0 report into Monday’s sport towards Slovakia.