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Published on May 16, 2013
The U.S. had never scored more than five goals against the Russians in either the World Championships or the Olympics. The record is now eight, after an impressive 8-3 win in the 2013 World Championship quarter-final.
Paul Stastny scored two and added two assists, John Gibson made 31 saves for the Americans. The 19-year-old, who led the U.S. to World Junior gold in January, came to Helsinki with only one professional game (for the AHL's Norfolk Admirals) under his belt.
Alexander Ovechkin, who arrived yesterday, scored one and added an assist for Russia. He was selected as best player for his team.