Slovakia upsets the US in OT at ice hockey worlds and Finland eases past Norway

PRAGUE (AP)— Slovakia defeated the US 5-4 in overtime at the ice hockey world championship on Monday when Milos Kelemen scored with 1:04 left.

at Group B at Ostrava, Slovak goalkeeper Samuel Hlavaj stopped 39 shots and Libor Hudacek, Simon Nemec, and Patrik Koch scored.

The Americans scored three goals in 12:06 of the third session to force overtime down 4-1.

The Americans' second goal came from Shane Pinto between Hlavaj's pads, Brady Tkachuk scored solo, and Luke Hughes scored with 3:22 left on a snap shot.

Kelemen scored his first goal and Hudacek gave the Slovaks a 2-0 lead in the first quarter.

Simon Nemec scored for Slovakia with a slap shot and Patrik Koch added the fourth goal 8:47 into the frame after Matt Boldy's rebound cut the lead to 2-1

They persuaded John Hynes to replace Alex Nedeljkovic with Trey Augustine.

Nedeljkovic conceded four goals on 16 shots. Augustine saved 8 times.

The US fell 5-2 to Sweden in its opener then won last year's runner-up Germany 6-1.

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