USA Set to Face Off Against Kazakhstan in Men’s World Championship Today

The U.S. and Kazakhstan have met four times at the world championship, with the U.S. emerging victorious in all four games, two of which went into overtime. In their most recent encounter, during the preliminary round of the 2021 men’s worlds, Team USA won 3-0 with goalkeeper Cal Petersen saving 18 shots and goals from Adam Clendening, Trevor Moore, and Jack Drury.

As they prepare for their next match against Sweden, the U.S. is currently leading 3-0-1-1 in five games. Their latest victory was a 4-1 triumph over Poland, with Captain Brady Tkachuk leading the charge with four points and Cole Caufield scoring his first two goals of the tournament. Meanwhile, Kazakhstan has yet to win a game after four attempts, their only victory coming against France by a score of 3-1.

Tkachuk and Pinto top Team USA in points with seven each, followed closely by Matt Boldy and Johnny Gaudreau with six points each. Goalie Charlie Lindgren has been added to the U.S. roster to replace Alex Lyon who suffered an injury and is expected to join the team in Ostrava soon as they continue their quest for gold in this year’s competition

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