Anderson and Farrell shut out in World Championship loss

MONTREAL – Josh Anderson and Sean Farrell had no points for their respective countries at the World Hockey Championship on Monday.

Anderson had a shot on goal in 13:43 of playing time in Canada’s 3-2 loss to Denmark.

Hope Frederik Dichow saw his compatriot Sebastian Dahm defend the net of the Danes in the victory of his.

It was Canada’s second straight loss.

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Farrell meanwhile failed to get a shot in 8:23 on the ice, as the Americans lost 1-0 to the Czech Republic.

The defender Jordan Harris has yet to play a match for the United States in the international tournament.


Tuesday promises to be a busy day for the Habs, as the preliminary round draws to a close.

The American team will face Norway at 9:20 a.m. ET, at the same time as Denmark will face Slovakia.

Canada and France as well as Finland Joel Armia and Czechia meet at 1:20 p.m. ET.

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The top four clubs from Groups A and B will advance to the quarter-finals.

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