Canadian goaltender Malcolm Subban had his best game of the world junior hockey championship so far in a 2-1 win over the United States on Sunday.
The Belleville Bulls goaltender made 36 saves for Canada, who are unbeaten in three games and face host Russia on New Year’s Eve for first place in Pool B.
The winner gets a bye to the semifinal, while the loser must play in a quarter-final. Russia is currently second in the pool at 2-0-1.
(Photo by Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press)