Harju, Johan

World Championships Day Ten: 5/3

Johan Harju had a goal and was +1 with 3 shots on goal in 14:25 as Sweden downed Switzerland 4-1.

Steven Stamkos had 1 goal and was +2 with 4 shots on goal as Canada went easy on Norway, winning 5-1. Martin St. Louis had an assist in the match for the Canadians.

Martins Karsums was scoreless in 12:06 as Russia dismantled Latvia 6-1. Vasily Koshechkin suited up for the second time in the tournament for the Russians and served as Alexander Eremenko's backup.

World Championships Day Seven: 4/30

Johan Harju had 2 shots on goal and was +1 in 12:22 as Sweden fell to Russia 6-5 in overtime.

Martins Karsums had 2 shots on goal in 19:16 as the pesky Latvians beat home nation Switzerland 2-1.

Steven Stamkos potted 2 goals and added an assist as Canada crushed Czech Republic 5-1. Stamkos also had 2 shots on goal and 2 penalty minutes with a +1 rating in 11:07. Martin St. Louis chipped in 1 goal and 1 assist in the contest.

World Championships Day Six: 4/29

Martins Karsums had 25 penalty minutes and 2 shots on goal in 6:32 as Latvia defeated Austria 2-0. Karsums received a game misconduct for boarding midway through the match.

Johan Harju had 2 shots on goal and was -1 as Sweden rebounded to defeat Team USA 6-5 in overtime. Harju and his lifelong teammate Linus Omark were held scoreless for the first time in the tournament in the match.

Karri Ramo backed up Pekka Rinne as Finland defeated the Czech Republic 4-3.

World Championships Day Four: 4/27

Johan Harju had an assist and 1 shot on goal in 14:05, but it was not enough as Latvia upset Sweden 3-2 in penalty shots. Martins Karsums had a power play assist and scored on his attempt in the shootout session. Harju's lifelong teammate and Edmonton property Linus Omark had 2 assists and 4 shots on goal in 16:15.

Karri Ramo allowed 1 goal on 19 shots in Finland's 5-1 win over Denmark.

World Championships Day Two: 4/25

Johan Harju had a goal and an assist and was +3 as Sweden smoked Austria 7-1. Harju also had 3 shots on goal in 15:29 of ice time for the Swedes. Harju's lifelong teammate Linus Omark, an Edmonton property who will join Harju in Russia's KHL next season, had 5 (count 'em) 5 assists and was +5 in the match.

Elsewhere, Karri Ramo watched from the bench as Nashville's Pekka Rinne notched a 30 save shutout in Finland's 5-0 blanking of Norway.

Update:
Many apologies to Martins Karsums, who had a goal and was +1 in 15:35 with 3 shots on goal in Latvia's 4-2 loss to Team USA.

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