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World Junior 2016: Noah Rod scores in Swiss loss to Denmark

Sharks second-round draft pick from 2014 scores, but it's not enough for Switzerland.

yes, this is timo meier. getty thinks Noah Rod doesn't exist
yes, this is timo meier. getty thinks Noah Rod doesn't exist
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Noah Rod's first period goal was the only time Switzerland got on the board in a 2-1 defeat to Denmark in the second day of the 2016 World Junior Championships. The only Swiss goal came in the first period thanks to Rod and a pair of Danish goals early in the third period gave Denmark a win in its tournament opener.

Near the end of regulation it appears Meier was checked hard in the corner by a Danish player, prompting Rod and other Swiss players to go after the Danish player that laid the check. The scoring sheet lists Mathias Lassen as a Danish player handed a five minute major and game misconduct at the end of regulation, though I can't say for certain if it was related directly to Meier.

Denmark gets right back to it against Canada tomorrow, while Switzerland gets a much-needed day off. USA takes on Sweden at 6 AM pacific.


Fear the Fin Three Stars

1) Thomas Lillie

2) Mathias From

3) Noah Rod