In today's action at the World Junior Championships, Penguins defensive prospect Scott Harrington (right) was a plus-1 for Canada in a 6-3 defeat of Slovakia.
Olli Maatta, another Penguins defensive prospect, had one shot and was minus-1 for Finland which lost to the Czech Republic, 3-1.
Ducks goaltending prospect John Gibson, a native of Whitehall, made 28 saves for the United States which lost to Russia, 2-1. Rangers forward prospect J.T. Miller, a native of East Palestine, Ohio, recorded three shots and was even. Washington, Pa. native Riley Barber, a Capitals forward prospect, recorded two shots and was minus-1. Upper St. Clair's Vince Trocheck, a Panthers forward prospect, had two shots and was minus-1.
The tournament continues tomorrow with Penguins forward prospect Teddy Blueger leading Latvia against Sweden.
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