Capitals’ Lars Eller Nets A Goal In Denmark’s 5-4 Win Over France At IIHF World Championships


Washington Capitals center Lars Eller recorded a goal, three shots, and a +2 rating in 21:13 worth of ice-time in Denmark’s 5-4 win over France at the IIHF World Championships on Saturday.

Eller fired through a screen from out-high and beat French netminder Hardy Florian low glove-side to cut France’s lead to 4-3 in the second period.

Other World Championship News

  • Former Capitals and current Colorado Avalanche goaltender Philipp Grubauer will join Germany at the IIHF World Championships on Sunday
  • In the first day of World Championship Action on Friday:
    • Russia beat Norway, 5-2
    • Finland topped Canada, 3-1
    • Capitals forward Jakub Vrana scored twice as the Czechs beat Sweden, 5-2
  • Vrana and the Czechs will face Norway at 8:15 PM ET on Saturday night.

Click here to keep track of all of the games and news from the IIHF World Championship.

By Harrison Brown


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