Dube vs Soustal in quarters at world juniors

After 3-1 round robin, Dillon Dube, Tyson Jost and the Canadians prepare for playoff game Monday against the Czech Republic

Dillon Dube and Team Canada will take on the Czech Republic Monday at the world junior hockey championship.

Dillon Dube and Team Canada will take on the Czech Republic Monday at the world junior hockey championship.

As teammates in the Western Hockey, Dillon Dube and Tomas Soustal work together towards a common goal.

On Monday, the two forwards will be very much at odds playing for their respective countries.

Dube and Team Canada will take on Soustal and the Czech Republic in Montreal at the quarterfinals at the world junior hockey championship. Face off at the Bell Centre is 5 p.m. Pacific.

Playing a third-line role, Dube, 18, has three assists in four games at the tournament.

Tyson Jost, a former MVP of the BCMML’s Kelowna-based Okanagan Rockets, is also a member of the Canadian team and has a goal and an assist.

Canada lost 3-1 to the Americans on New Year’s Eve to finish second in pool B with a 3-1-0 record.

The Czechs finished third in pool A at 1-3-0.

Meanwhile, another Rockets’ forward, Calvin Thurkauf, will be in action Monday when Switzerland takes on the U.S. in the quarterfinals round in Toronto.

 

 

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