Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Foligno Leads U.S. Past Hungary in World Hockey Championship

Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Foligno Leads U.S. Past Hungary in World Hockey Championship

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Forward Nick Foligno scored twice to lead the United States past Hungary 5-1 in the hockey world championship on Friday in Russia.

The U.S. has won three of its five games in Group B, while Hungary is winless. Group leaders Canada and Finland, each 4-0 in the preliminaries, were idle Friday.

In Moscow, the Group A-leading Czech Republic defeated Kazakhstan 3-1. Tomas Plekanec scored twice and Robert Kousal added the third. Kazakhstan's goal came from Nigel Dawes.

In St. Petersburg, Foligno opened the scoring in the second period on a power play with a high shot past goalkeeper Adam Vay's left hand. Vince Hinostroza scored from close in just 18 seconds later, and Dylan Larkin made it 3-0 with a deflection off Vay's back. …

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