2010-11 National Men's Under-18 Team

Canada 5 - Norway 0



DRESDEN, Germany -Canada defeated Norway 5-0 on Monday to remain unbeaten at the world under-18 hockey championship.
Mark Scheifele scored a pair of power-play goals and Andrew D'Agostini made 19 saves for the shutout to help Canada improve to 3-0.

Head coach Mike Williamson was impressed with his team's effort.

"We don't score the fancy, pretty, easy goals ,we've got to work hard for them,'' Williamson said. "I thought our guys did a good job generating lots of chances and getting hungry at the net tonight.''

Nick Cousins opened the scoring 58 seconds into the game. He got the puck past Norwegian netminder Steffen Soberg, who made a whopping 58 saves. Scheifele and Colin Smith also tallied in the first period as Canada outshot Norway 23-6.
Scheifele added another goal in the second period before Slater Koekkoek scored an insurance goal midway through the third as Norway fell to 0-3.

Canada will close out preliminary round play against Sweden (2-1) on Tuesday.

"They're the best team that we'll face to this point,'' Williamson said. "They're big, they're strong, they skate well and they play (a) very structured (game), and they play with a lot of speed. So our attention to detail and our compete level are going to have to be right at the top end.''

Canada's 22-player roster includes 14 players from the Ontario Hockey League, six players from the Western Hockey League and two players from the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.

Canada finished seventh at last year's tournament in Belarus. Canada last won gold in 2008.


Game Information
Game Number 16 Round Preliminary
Arena Energie Verblund Arena City, Country Dresden, GER
Month / Day / Year 04/18/2011 Time 01:30 PM ET
Game Status Final

Box Score   1     2     3   Total
Canada (CAN) 3 1 1 5
Norway (NOR) 0 0 0 0

First Period
   00:58 CAN 19 Nick Cousins (20 Brett Ritchie, 23 Mark Scheifele)
   07:39 CAN 23 Mark Scheifele (24 Mark McNeill, 22 Travis Ewanyk) PP
   12:23 CAN 17 Colin Smith (9 Brent Andrews, 7 Daniel Catenacci)

   07:34 NOR 22 Marcus Noteng (Cross Checking)
   17:48 NOR 9 Andreas Heier (High Sticking)

Second Period
   10:06 CAN 23 Mark Scheifele (5 Ryan Murray) PP

   07:09 NOR 24 John Nicolay Nasgaard (Interference)
   08:49 NOR 25 Iver Haaland (Interference)
   16:59 CAN 20 Brett Ritchie (Tripping)

Third Period
   11:01 CAN 3 Slater Koekkoek  (16 Charles Simard-Hudon) PP

   04:41 CAN 7 Daniel Catenacci (Checking to the Head)
   06:41 CAN 7 Daniel Catenacci (10-Minute Misconduct)
   09:39 NOR 14 Jorgen Karterud (Holding)
   12:30 NOR 25 Iver Haaland (Interference)
   13:02 CAN 20 Brett Ritchie (High Sticking)
   18:32 NOR 25 Iver Haaland (Tripping)

1 Andrew D'Agostini On 1/00:00 Off 3/20:00
1 Steffen Soberg On 1/00:00 Off 3/20:00

Shots on Goal   1     2     3   Total
Canada 23 19 21 63
Norway 6 4 9 19

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