Bedard leads way for Canada in quarter-final win at U18 worlds; Stankoven nets game-winning goal

Connor Bedard led Canada to victory over the Czech Republic in quarter-final action on Monday at the Under-18 World Hockey Championship in Frisco, Tex.

The 15-year-old Regina Pats’ forward racked up five points, including two goals, in Canada’s 10-3 victory over the Czechs.

Logan Stankoven of the Kamloops Blazers tallied two points, including the game-winning goal at 10:59 of the first period.

Canada will be in semifinal action on Wednesday against a yet-to-be determined opponent.

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