Team Canada with a final score of 14-0 over Denmark had a strong start to the Internation Ice Hockey Federation's World Junior Hockey Tournament on Wednesday, December 26.

19-year-old Morgan Frost in his first world junior game had a five point night scoring three goals and picking up two assists. The Crowd of more than 16,400 showed their appreciation for his work during the game as you could hear the cheers of,  "Frosty, Frosty, Frosty," around the arena. 

"That was the coolest moment I have ever been a part of and I had chills running right through my body," Frost said.

"It was an unbelievable game and something I will never forget."

Team Captain Maxime Comtois also got in on the action scoring 4 goals with Owen Tippet and Brett Leason of Calgary also getting a pair of goals each. Jaret Anderson-Dolan also of Calgary found the back of the net with his goal to get in on the scoring. 

Team Canada will face Switzerland, Czech Republic, and Russia in their next 3 games of the preliminary stage and hope to continue their winning ways. 

 

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