Slovakia defeats another rival

The team from France did not steal any points from Slovaks.

(Source: TASR)

Slovakia won all three points at the 2018 IIHF World Championship in Denmark in the match against France. The game ended 3:1.

Slovak goals were scored by Dávid Bondra, Dávid Buc and Michal Čajkovský, while Valentin Claireaux scored for France.

Slovakia now has 7 points in the preliminary round.

The Slovaks are playing in group A of the preliminary round held in Copenhagen, Denmark, facing teams from Austria, Belarus, the Czech Republic, France, Russia, Sweden and Switzerland.

Based on current IIHF World Rankings, Slovakia is ranked 10th, while France is 12th.

Programme of the preliminary round - Group A:
May 5 (Sat) 20:15 GMT + 1, Slovakia – Czech Republic 2:3 in overtime
May 6 (Sun) 20:15 GMT+ 1, Slovakia – Switzerland 0:2
May 8 (Tue) 16:15 GMT+ 1, Slovakia – Austria 4:2
May 10 (Thu) 16:15 GMT+ 1, Slovakia – France 3:1
May 12 (Sat) 12:15 GMT+ 1, Slovakia – Sweden
May 14 (Mon) 16:15 GMT+ 1, Slovakia – Russia
May 15 (Tue) 16:15 GMT+ 1, Slovakia – Belarus

Read also:Slovakia wins its first match at the world championship

Summary:
May 10 (Thu) 16:15 GMT+ 1, Slovakia – France; 3:1 (1:0, 1:1, 1:0); Scores: BONDRA Dávid (5:37; 1:0), BUC Dávid (22:03; 2:0), ČAJKOVSKÝ Michal (59:51; 3:1) – CLAIREAUX Valentin (33:39; 2:1)

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